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DateDescriptionContact Info
May 4 & 5 11:00AM, 6:00PMOneness and Lita Hawaii

Senri Oe Presents Japan Tsunami Restoration Concert - Hanahou! Featuring Junko Yagami and Special Guests

Best-selling Japanese Jazz Pianist SENRI OE to held events in Honolulu to benefit children impacted by Tohoku earthquake an tsunami. Special guest performances by Japanese singer Junko Yagami and Manoa DNA.

Tickets @http://www.hawaiiseniorlife.org/concert2016. For more information, visit www.rainbowforjapankids.com.

Wednesday May 4, 11:00AM Afternoon Tea & Concert, 6:00PM Cocktail Hour & Concert

Thursday May 5, 6:00PM Cocktail Hour & Concert

Honolulu Design Center

1250 Kapiolani Blvd, Honolulu

Kazusa Flanagan 808.221.1865
Saturday May 7 2:00PM-9:00PMJapanese Cultural Society of Maui

Maui Matsuri Festival

Japanese and Okinawan cultural entertainment; demonstrations and exhibits; cultural crafts and games for children; bon dancing; food and craft booths – plus a slew of contests: manga, art, eating, video gaming, cosplay (costume).

UH Maui College campus

Brian Nagami 808.264.0464
Sunday May 8 10:30AM-2:00PMCreations in Catering

Mother's Day Brunch at FilCom Center

Celebrate Mother's Day with a sumptuous brunch for your loved ones.

The Filipino Community Center

94-428 Mokuola Street, Waipahu

David Webb & Wendy de Laura 808.680.0451
Sunday May 8 10:40AMJodo Mission of Hawaii

Malama Concert for Mother's Day

Talk and Piano Rev. Kanjun Nakano, Guest Bassoon: Marsha Schweizer (the former Honolulu Symphony Orchestra member), Program Bach, Vivaldi and others.

10AM Sunday-service, Nenbutsu

10:40 AM Concert For free

Jodo Mission of Hawaii

1429 Makiki Street, Honolulu

Rev. Kanjun Nakano 808.949.3995
Saturday May 14 9:00AM-5:00PMThe Filipino Community Center

24th Annual Filipino Fiesta and Parade

Celebrate the vibrant heritage of Filipinos in Hawaii at Kapiolani Park. Filipino fiesta will feature delicious food, music, health, and cultural fairs and culminate with entertainment from stars flown directly from the Philippines.

Parade starts at 9AM starting on Kalakaua Avenue.

Kapiolani Park

2805 Monsarrat Ave, Honolulu

Paul Alimbuyao, Chair 808.754.8691
Saturday May 21 Hawaii Food Manufacturers Association

3rd Annual TASTE Awards

The TASTE Awards is an exciting event which recognizes the achievements in our local food manufacturing industry and highlights the stories behind successful companies and their products. Last year’s event hosted over 300 people. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Culinary Institute of the Pacific. Please visit www.foodsofhawaii.com for more information.

Hilton Waikiki Beach Hotel

2500 Kuhio Ave, Honolulu

HMFA 808.422.4362
Saturday May 21 7:00PMKilohana United Methodist Church

Taʻu Pupuʻa & Friends in Concert

Benefit concert by internationally acclaimed musicians - tenor Taʻu Pupuʻa, soprano Marie Te Hakupu, and pianist Joel Harder. Admission - $30

McKinley High School Auditorium

1039 So. King Street, Honolulu,

Ethel Iwasaki 808.373.3373
Monday May 30 4:00PMWest Hawaii Dance Theatre & Academy

Snow White Ballet

West Hawaii Dance Theatre proudly presents “Snow White Ballet” an original production based on the beloved fairy tale at the Kahilu Theatre. Tickets are available at the Kahilu Theatre website www.kahilutheatre.org. To get more information at www.whdt.org.

Kahilu Theatre

67-1186 Lindsey Rd, Waimea

Virginia Holte 808.329.8876

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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