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The third largest Hawaiian island is home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population, a fusion of East and West cultures rooted in the values and traditions of the Native Hawaiian people.

Kauai Approx 30 min
Molokai Approx 30 min
Lanai Approx 35 min
Maui Approx 40 min
Hawaii Approx 45 min
Oahu

Waikiki Spam Jam Festival

Summary

Enjoy a selection of SPAM® recipes from participating local restaurants, as well as some of the island’s best musical acts on two stages. Hawaiian arts and craft vendors will be showcasing their products, and SPAM® merchandise will be available for purchase. Admission to the family-friendly [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Sateash Diehm
  • Contact Organization: Gourmet Events Hawaii
Oahu

Waikiki Roughwater Swim (47th Annual)

Summary

The World Open Water Swimming Association has named the Waikiki Roughwater Swim one of the top 100 open water swimming races in the world. The "Roughwater" was the inspiration and original course for the Ironman Triathlon swim course. Many former and future Olympians, World Champions as well as [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Kaia Hedlund
  • Contact Organization: Waikiki Roughwater Swim
The Octonauts: Creature Encounters
Oahu

Uh Kids First! Film Festival

Summary

The award-winning UH Manoa KIDS FIRST! Film Festival celebrates a decade of FREE family fun on June 12 & 26 and July 10 & 17, 2016. This year's festival provides quality entertainment for children and youth from 2 to 18 years of age.

June 12: Little ones ages 2-8 years will be [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Ann Brandman
  • Contact Organization: UH KIDS FIRST! Film Festival
Oahu

Special Olympics Hawaii Takes Fundraising Over The Edge

Summary

Early registration is now open for this year’s event at www.firstgiving.com/SpecialOlympicsHawaii/over-the-edge-2016#. Participants are asked to raise a minimum of $1,000 to benefit Special Olympics Hawai’i and must be 18 years of age by the day of the event and weigh less than 300 pounds.

Oahu

Soul Time In Waikiki With Aloha Got Soul At The Swim Club

Summary

Honolulu-local Roger Bong founded Aloha Got Soul in 2010 and transformed it into a blog-turned-record label, sharing his findings and often interviewing artists, retelling their stories through blog posts and mixtapes. Roger’s dedication to digging up obscurities from Hawaii’s contemporary [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Theresa Greunen
  • Contact Organization: Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club
Oahu

Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade And Public Ceremony - Waikiki

Summary

Produced by Historic Programs, a national not-for-profit, whose mission is to ensure America's important history is never forgotten. They preserve our history by educating younger generations, so that future young people will always learn about America’s important past.

The History [...]

Na Hula Festival
Oahu

Na Hula Festival

Summary

The event was started by Aunty Violet Lei Collins and Alice Kalahui, both leading ladies in the City’s Music and Dance Section to showcase the kumu hula (teachers) and haumana (students) from Parks and Recreation.

Na kumu hula and sisters, Leilani and Puanani Alama have participated in [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Samantha Sun
  • Contact Organization: C&C of Honolulu Parks and Recreation