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KIKU Community calendar is a listing of local community events in Hawaii provided by KIKU-TV as a community service for local non-profit, charitable organizations. Know of an event taking place in Hawaii? Click HERE to submit event.

DateDescriptionContact Info
Jan 2 - Mar 17 Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union

Baby Supply Drive

Pearl Hawaii Federal Credit Union (PHFCU) will host a baby supply drive from Jan. 2 to Mar. 17, 2018 for low-income and homeless families with infants and children. Donations are accepted at all five branches (Waipio, Pearl Harbor, Airport, Kapiolani and Ewa locations) and benefit Helping Hands Hawaii’s Community Clearinghouse, which provides free basic essentials to families year round.

Items in highest need include car seats, booster seats, strollers, baby carrier, activity gyms, diapers, wet wipes, baby formula, baby food, baby body wash, baby shampoo, scent/dye-free laundry detergent and other items for hygiene. These items must be donated new and unopened to ensure safety and hygiene measures. Other items like clothes, blankets, towels, bibs, burp cloths, pacifiers, bottles, bottle warmers, sterilizers and toys may be gently used.

Helping Hands Hawaii

Helping Hands Hawaii 808.40.3803
Friday Jan 19 2:30PM-8:30PMWashington Middle School

3rd Annual WMS Fun Fest

The Student Body Government is proud to host the 3rd Annual WMS Fun Fest. Join us for an afternoon of rides, games, entertainment, crafts and food for the whole family. Go to http://wmssbghi.wixsite.com/sbgeaglesnest for all the details. Proceeds will go to fund our AC project and other events for our students. Plenty of free parking available.

Washington Middle School

1633 S. King Street, Honolulu

Cindy Wong 808.973.0177
Saturday Jan 20 8:30AM-2:00PMHawaii Lions Clubs

"Lions in Sight"

The Hawaii Lions Clubs are again conducting a "Lions in Sight" used eye glass and hearing aid collection at all Walmart Stores statewide on Saturday, January 20, 2018. Your used eye glasses can help someone see better!

At all Walmart stores statewide

District 50 Hawaii Lions Office 808.228.5156
Saturday Jan 20 9:00AM-11:00AMAARP Hawaii

AARP WHALE WATCH-Maui

AARP Hawaii invites our members and their guests to join us for a fun whale watching experience aboard the Ocean Voyager.

Cost: $20 for Kama'aina members and their Kama'aina guests. For detail and to register: aarp.cvent.com/whale1-20

Maalaea Harbor - Maui

Jackie Boland 808.545.6003
Saturday Jan 20 9:00AM-3:30PMUniversity of Hawaii Kimono Project USA

Kimono Dressing 2018

Traditional kimono dressing for celebrating "Coming-of-Age," including children and adult men and women of all ages. Bring your camera! Donations are gratefully accepted for the University of Hawaii Kimono Foundation. Appointment required. Please call 488-1154 for reservations.

University Laboratory School

1776 University Avenue, Honolulu

Mutsuko McConnell 808.488.1154
Saturday Jan 20 12:00PM-3:00PMHawaii Island Women's March

IMUA Doing My Part - 2018 Women's March Civic Engagement Expo

Last year's Women's March started a movement; now we are moving forward and building upon those energies.

Interactive booths and activities from local non-profits, community organizations and wahine running for office will engage us and help us figure out how to “do our part”-join us! Food and entertainment, too!

The Expo will be preceded by a “Stand Up For Your Rights, America” March starting a Liliuokalani Gardens at 11:00am and ending at the Mo’oheau Bandstand at 12:00noon.

Downtown Hilo - Mo'oheau Bandstand

Michelle Marsischky 808.657.8190
Sunday Jan 21 1:30PM-4:00PMAARP Hawaii

Free Work Smart® Workshops for Women

Join AARP Hawaii and the American Association of University Women for this great workshop. Learn skills to build your confidence and help you successfully negotiate your salary, promotions and benefits package.

Pearl City Library

1138 Waimano Home Rd., Pearl City

Jackie Boland 808.545.6003
Thursday Jan 25 5:00PM-6:00PMBlue Zones Project

Blue Zones Project – Healthy Cooking Class

Join us for a FREE cooking demonstration! Learn how to prepare delish plant-based recipes that are Blue Zones approved. PLUS - enjoy free samples, meet people from your community, and join a walking or potluck group to win prizes!

Cost: FREE, RSVP at http://info.bluezonesproject.com/eh/cooking

Office of Aging

1055 Kinoole St., Hilo

Jade Iokepa 808.756.5772
Thursday Jan 25 6:00PM-7:15PMBlue Zones Project

Blue Zones Project – Healthy Cooking Class

Join us for a cooking demonstration in partnership with Adventist Health Castle. Learn how to prepare delicious plant-based recipes, mingle with like-minded people who are looking to improve their health and well-being, and enjoy samples of each dish. Each attendee will pay a small fee of $12 and will receive recipe cards of the dishes made so you can try it at home. Space is limited, so be sure to RSVP.

Cost: $12, RSVP by calling Adventist Health Castle: (808) 263-5050

Adventist Health Center

640 Ulukahiki St., Kailua

Adventist Health Castle 808.263.5050
Saturday Jan 27 9:30AM-11:00AMBlue Zones Project

Blue Zones Project – Soil Basics Gardening Demonstration

Join us for a FREE gardening demonstration to learn soil basics from a local farmer in Waimanalo. Learn tips on how to create your own garden at home PLUS - meet people from your community!

Cost: FREE, RSVP at http://info.bluezonesproject.com/ko/gardening

Green Rows Farm

41-756 Mahailua St., Waimanalo

Vanessa Stewart 808.220.0510
Thursday Feb 1 5:30PM-8:00PMAARP Hawaii

Free Work Smart® Workshops for Women

Join AARP Hawaii and the American Association of University Women for this great workshop. Learn skills to build your confidence and help you successfully negotiate your salary, promotions and benefits package.

Registration Required: Call (808) 545-6007

AARP Hawaii

1132 Bishop Street, Honlulu

Jackie Boland 808.545.6003
Thursday Feb 1 6:00PM-7:30PMHawaii Buddhist Council

HBC Open Night at Temples

The Hawaii Buddhist Council (HBC) respectfully presents, “Open Night at Temples” highlighting a 90 minutes open-house tour at their temples. This escorted tour opens with a short sample of the denomination’s Buddhist service, followed by a Dharma sharing discussion; and concluding with a question and answer session by its head minister and temple leaders on the history and its teachings. It is open to public and a free event. No obligation. No reservation required.

Nichiren Mission of Hawaii

33 Pulelehua Way, Honolulu

Bishop Chishin Hirai 808.595.3517
Friday & Saturday Feb 2 & 3Hawaii Institute For Music Enrichment and Learning Experiences (HIMELE)

3rd Annual Kauai Steel Guitar Festival

Kauai Steel Guitar Festival featuring steel guitar masters as well as students of the steel guitar. Free to the public. Free admission.

Friday, Feb 2, 10AM-4PM :Performances

Friday, Feb 2, 5PM-8PM :Music Workshops

Saturday, Feb 3, 10AM-8PM :Performances

Kanikapila Jam Sessions from 8:30PM-10PM both evenings. < p> Courtyard by Marriott Kauai at Coconut Beach in Kapaa, Kauai

Alan Akaka 808.375.9379
Feb 2 & 3 11:00AM-11:00PMPunahou School

Punahou Carnival

Punahou School invites people of all ages to go on “A Worldwide Ride” for two days of family fun at the Punahou Carnival. Fresh malasadas, mango chutney, kiddie games, E.K. Fernandez rides, White Elephant treasures and live musical entertainment are among the many treats that draw fans each year to the Punahou Carnival. Proceeds support the School’s financial aid program.

More info: www.punahou.edu/carnival

Punahou School < p> 1601 Punahou Street, Honolulu

Scott Osborn 808.944.5711
Saturday Feb 3 10:00AM-2:00AMHawaii's Plantation Village

New Year's Festival Celebrate the Year of the Dog

Celebrating Lunar New Year, 115th Anniversary of Korean arrival in Hawaii, and Malassadas Day. Free admission and samples including Japanese, Chinese, Okinawan, Korean, Filipino, Portuguese and Puerto Rican foods. Kung Siu Lum Pai Chinese Lion Blessing; and bring your pets to get blessed at the Wakamiya Inari Shinto Shrine. Entertainment by August Ahrens Elem. Music Ensemble, Wahiawa Take Daiko and Chuukese group. Crafts and Food for sale. Games for children. Korean dress up photos. Cartoonist Alan Tsukamoto and Korean artists. All proceeds go to funding the educational programs at Hawaii's Plantation Village.

Hawaii's Plantation Village < p> 94-695 Waipahu Street, Waipahu

Mil Holliday 808.677.0110
Tuesday Feb 6 6:00PM-7:30PMHawaii Buddhist Council

HBC Open Night at Temples

The Hawaii Buddhist Council (HBC) respectfully presents, “Open Night at Temples” highlighting a 90 minutes open-house tour at their temples. This escorted tour opens with a short sample of the denomination’s Buddhist service, followed by a Dharma sharing discussion; and concluding with a question and answer session by its head minister and temple leaders on the history and its teachings. It is open to public and a free event. No obligation. No reservation required.

Jodo Mission of Hawaii < p> 1429 Makiki Street, Honolulu

Bishop Chishin Hirai 808.595.3517
Thursday Feb 8 6:00PM-7:30PMHawaii Buddhist Council

HBC Open Night at Temples

The Hawaii Buddhist Council (HBC) respectfully presents, “Open Night at Temples” highlighting a 90 minutes open-house tour at their temples. This escorted tour opens with a short sample of the denomination’s Buddhist service, followed by a Dharma sharing discussion; and concluding with a question and answer session by its head minister and temple leaders on the history and its teachings. It is open to public and a free event. No obligation. No reservation required.

Soto Mission of Hawaii < p> 1708 Nuuanu Ave., Honolulu

Bishop Chishin Hirai 808.595.3517
Friday Feb 9 8:00AM-10:00AMThe Honolulu Police Department

Coffee With A Cop

Join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation!

Wahiawa McDonald's < p> 114 South Kamehameha Hwy. Wahiawa

The District 2 Community Policing Team 808.723.8710

 

 

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