Editor's Choice Events for Hawaii
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Ewa Beach, Kroctober Fest (10/5): Join us as we welcome the Fall season with fun activities including pumpkin carving, crafts, games, prizes, entertainment and more at Kroctober Fest,
Friday, October 5, 2018.
Haleiwa, Loko Ea Fishpond Seafood and a Sunset (9/29): Join MALAMA LOKO EA FOUNDATION for a delightful night in Hale`iwa with friends & `ohana on the private grounds of Pua’ena Point Beach and the historic Hale`iwa Airstrip.
Honolulu, 100th Grave Decorating (9/29): Volunteers are needed to place floral bouquets at the gravesites of 100th veterans laid to rest at various cemeteries across the island of Oahu
Honolulu, 2018 Festival of Thanksgiving (10/6): Join us for a Saturday morning of fun and celebration! We'll have lots of food, Crafty Creations, a Taste of Makiki & Boutique, plants for your green thumbs, Games and Crafts for Kids.
Honolulu, Artists for Appleseed 2018 (10/12): The evening includes dinner, wine, and the work of local artists, which will be displayed and offered for sale.
Honolulu, Bruno Mars-a-thon Fundraising Event (10/13): GATHER. GIVE. WIN! Join us for a fun event to raise funds for the Kaimuki YMCA's Aquatics Program. Food and beverages for sale! Doors open at 2:00pm.
Honolulu, Duck Dash 2018 (9/29): Duck Season is open! The Rotary Club of Hawaii Kai is hosting a fundraiser to support scholarships and community service -- Duck Dash 2018, on Saturday, September 29.
Honolulu, Ethan Capone & Friends (9/30): The son of a piano teacher and a piano technician, Ethan Capone began his music education early. He developed his technique further at Ithaca College.
Honolulu, First Annual Bowling Fundraiser (10/7): Join us for our first annual Lucky Strike Bowling Fundraiser on Sunday, October 7 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. at Aiea Bowl. Registration fee is $200 per team of 4, includes shoes, ball and food.
Honolulu, First Friday at HiSAM - Hawaii Opera Theatre (10/5): Free, family-friendly evening of art and music at HiSAM! October 2018: performers from the Hawaii Opera Theatre's Orvis Opera Studio. Museum galleries will be open; admission is always free.
Honolulu, Give 2 Live IX Divas for Donors (10/5): Please join us on October 5, 2018 for Give 2 Live IX "Divas for Donors", a benefit for the Hawaii Bone Marrow Donor Registry. Music by FUNKSHUN, featuring guest female vocalists.
Honolulu, Grief Support Group by Hospice Hawaii (10/12): Experiencing the death of a loved one can be difficult. Learn and connect with others in a self-help setting for support and healing.
Honolulu, Harry Tsuchidana: Works on Paper (8/26 - 10/5): More than eighty diverse drawings and paintings on paper are featured in the exhibition Harry Tsuchidana: Works on Paper, on view at The Art Gallery, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa (UHM).
Honolulu, Hawai?i Children & Youth Day (10/7): Hawaii's 25th Annual Children and Youth Month kick-off event, Children and
Youth Day, honors and celebrates our children and youth in Hawaii.
Honolulu, Honolulu Century Ride (9/30): Hawaii’s oldest and largest cycling event begins and ends at Kapiolani Park, and participants can choose to ride 20, 25, 40, 50, 75, or 100 miles at their own pace.
Honolulu, Imua Lounge (10/7): Support Taz Kaho’onei October 7th Sunday from 5pm-10pm
Honolulu, Ka Leo O Na Pua (10/6): Our Inaugural Hawaiian CYD concert on Saturday, October 6, 2018, celebrates 25 years of Children and Youth Day and this year’s theme: Ho‘omau...For the Children...Malama Honua.
Honolulu, Klippers for Kilueau (10/14): California Barber & Beauty College and Hawaii Institute of Hair Design are proud to present to you Klippers for Kilueau Hawaii Charity Barber!
Honolulu, Live, Love, Give (9/30): A benefit for Dress for Success Honolulu in partnership with YWCA O'ahu.
Honolulu, Ola Pono Ike 2018 (10/6): Join us at the 18th annual Ola Pono Ike Medical Gala, presented by the Hawaii Medical Association and the Honolulu County Medical Society.
Honolulu, Romeo & Juliet (10/12 - 10/16): Shakespeare’s classic love story brought to life by Gounod’s lush romantic melodies. Romeo and Juliet, two star-crossed lovers caught amidst a battle between powerful families.
Honolulu, Sparkle (10/13 - 10/20): Lucas loves all things that Sparkle. His whole world is sparkly. Sparkly, sparkle and more sparkle. He loves it so much. One day Isabella comes to play.
Honolulu, Support Your Roots (9/29):
Support Your Roots is the theme for our fundraiser and ties us back into our local and Hawaiian ‘roots’ as we begin to move toward training based on ‘farm to plate’ experiences.
Honolulu, Swirlie Hook Clasp Demo 11:30 - 1:00PM (10/5): The Swirlie Spiral Hook Clasp is one of our top-selling clasps at The Bead Gallery! We've been making them for years, and Michelle is a certified pro!
Honolulu, Team Magma FRC 3008 (10/7): Our annual Botting For The Future is coming up in October! Come see our robot petting zoo, auction, and much more! Hope to see you there!
Honolulu, The Hawaii Food & Wine Festival (10/6 - 10/28): Join us for an extraordinary, internationally recognized, world-class epicurean event, featuring a roster of more than 120 chefs, 40 winemakers, 20 mixologists, and 14 resort partners.
Honolulu, True West (10/5 - 10/28): TRUE WEST is a character study that examines the relationship between Austin, a screenwriter, and his older brother Lee. It is set in the kitchen of their mother's home 40 miles east of Los Angeles.
Honolulu, Who Killed Gilbert Botello? (8/24 - 9/24): Gilbert Botello is dead. But who killed him? Was it the butler or the maid? Was it the eccentric tycoon or his son?
Kaneohe, Cacao Farm Tour and Chooclate Tasting (9/29): Hawaii is the only state where the chocolate tree grows, and the best place to experience a live chocolate tree orchard on O`ahu is 21 Degrees Estate, a veteran-owned and family operated working farm!
Kapaa, Kauai Powwow in Paradise (9/28 - 9/30): The Powwow will be held on September 28-30, 2018. The family friendly festival will feature music, dance, art, food and much more.
Kapolei, The 18th Annual Pumpkin Patch Festival (10/13 - 10/28): Aloun Farms is proud to present an Ewa Picking Good Time at The 18th Annual Great Kapolei Pumpkin Picking Patch during 3 weekends in October!
Pearl City, 2018 Pearl City Fall Craft and Gift Fair (9/29): Event will be held on September 29, 2018. There will be more than 40 vendor booths featuring crafters, resellers, direct sellers, food, desserts and more.
Waimanalo, ABC Tournament -- Alice Broughton Cup (10/14): Sit on sidelines and feel the rush of the horses and players as they zoom past you at speeds up to 35 mph during the Alice Broughton Cup, October 14, 2018, on the grounds of the Honolulu Polo Club.
Waimanalo, Waimanalo Country Farms Pumpkin Patch (9/30 - 10/31): Ride over to Waimanalo Country Farms, where activities, including pumpkin patch picking, hayrides, live animals and more await. There is even an onsite country market, where such delicious selections
Waimea, A Hawai‘i Homecoming (10/7): The Kamuela Philharmonic’s A Hawai‘i Homecoming celebrates the concert return of Anthony Arnone, acclaimed cellist, to Hawai‘i.