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Oahu - July 2012
SPECIAL EVENTS 42 annual ukulele festival kapiolani park waikiki oahu hawaii oahu hawaii
Date: Sunday, July 22nd, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm, 2012
Place: Kapiolani Park Bandstand in Waikiki, Oahu
Contact: Ukulele Festival Hawaii,
Every July Ė as welcome as summer itself Ė Ukulele Festival Hawaii presents the annual Ukulele Festival at Kapiolani Park on Oahu. Families jam the park. Ukulele fans wouldnít miss it. Tourists follow the sounds of music. The music swirls over the tops of ironwood and monkeypod trees toward Diamond Head. Itís upbeat, infectious, bouncy about surf and sunny days. Itís music you want to dance to or sing to like a beachboy. It embraces everyone who hears it. Thatís the irresistible charm of the ukulele. For the next four hours ukulele virtuosos, internationally known musicians, local celebrities donate their time and talented ukulele players from around the world and a ukulele orchestra of over 800 students, mostly children will take the stage and delight the crowd with laughter, love and hope. 16th annual molokai 2 oahu paddleboard world championships molokai hawaii oahu hawaii
Date: Sunday, July 29th, 2012
Place: Start: Kalua Koi on Molokai to the beach at the Maunalua Bay Beach Park on Oahu
Contact:, Ian Monahan (Media Relations), (760) 944-3854,
In 1996 the sport of paddleboarding was making a comeback. Once the domain of only the most hardcore of watermen and big wave riders in the 50’s and 60’s, the sport found a new set of acolytes on the North Shore of Oahu and in Honolulu at the Outrigger Canoe Club. The first Molokai to Oahu race was successfully completed in July 1997. The race was an instant hit with the local media. All of the contestants made history as the first prone paddleboarders to cross the Ka’iwi Channel in an organized competitive race, and surfers had found a new challenge to fill annual void created by flat summer surf. This 32-mile journey across the 2,300 foot deep channel has challenged athletes since the first organized outrigger race in 1952. Today the race sells out with both prone and stand up paddleboarders (SUP) from around the world who compete in solo and team divisions.
ONGOING EVENTS farmers market royal hawaiian center tuesdays on the rooftop royal hawaiian center honolulu oahu hawaii
Date: Every Tuesday, 3:30pm - 7:00pm, 2012
Place: "On the Rooftop" - Level 4 - Building A, Royal Hawaiian Center, 2201 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, Oahu
Contact: Lei ‘Ohu Guest Services, (808) 922-2299
Perfect for the “locavore” foodie in the heart of Waikīkī, Royal Hawaiian Center will launch its new farmers market, showcasing twenty Hawaii vendors with locally grown produce, ‘ono (delicious) dishes, freshly cut flowers, specialty food gift items, and vendor demonstrations. Enjoy an assortment of locally made delicacies and beverages such as Pipikaula ‘O Kahalu‘u beef jerky, Malie Kai chocolate made from Hawaiian cacao grown on O‘ahu’s North Shore, Nalo Mele “just from the hive” honey, Pacifikool fresh and all natural island ginger ale, Happy Cakes’ pineapple macadamia nut fruit cake, Big Wave Tomatoes’ grilled pesto pizza, and more! Kahuku Farms, Ho Farms and Khamphout Farms will showcase a variety of fresh produce grown in the country including cherry and grape tomatoes, Japanese cucumbers, farm harvested vanilla beans, seasonal fruits, and taro leaves. diamond head theatre honolulu singin in the rain honolulu oahu hawaii
Date: July 20th - August 5th, 2012
Place: Diamond Head Theatre, 520 Makapuu Ave. Honolulu, Oahu
Contact: Box Office - (808) 733-0274,
Don Lockwood is a popular silent film star. He is often paired with Lina Lamont, whom he can barely tolerate, though their studio links them romantically to increase their popularity. Lina would like the romance to be real, but Don has no interest. Meanwhile, Ms. Lamont’s career is in jeopardy with the advent of the studio’s first talkie. Her voice is a grating squeak, despite the help of an exasperated diction coach who has tried to teach her how to speak properly, but to no avail. Don’s chance meeting and subsequent romance with chorus girl, Kathy Selden, results in a big break for Kathy, as she is tapped to dub in the talking and singing for Ms. Lamont. The movie is a smash hit, and the true star is revealed when the audience clamors for Lina Lamont to sing live! Beloved songs include: “Good Morning,” “Make ‘em Laugh” and of course, “Singin’ in the Rain.” bank of hawaii family sunday local life honolulu museum of art beretania street oahu hawaii
Date: Sunday, February 19th, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Third Sunday of every month, activities stop at 3 p.m.), 2012
Place: Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S. Beretania St., Oahu
Contact: Lesa Griffith, (808) 532-8712,
Since 2004, Bank of Hawaii has made it possible for the Academy to open its doors to the public free of charge on the third Sunday of every month. The day offers a program of art activities, entertainment and film focused on an exhibition or art principle. Bank of Hawaii Family Sundays feature entertainment and activities suitable for families and people of all ages. Explore the Academy’s galleries through art hunts, art activities, demonstrations, film screenings and entertainment. Themes change monthly and tie in with the Academy’s permanent collections and special exhibitions. The Pavilion Cafe turns into a snack bar for Bank of Hawaii Family Sunday. The kid-friendly menu includes grilled all-beef hot dogs, sloppy joes, PB&J sandwiches and a variety of chips. Open noon-3pm. ala moana hula show ala moana center honolulu oahu hula dancing oahu hawaii
Date: Daily from 1pm to 1:20pm, Sundays - Keiki (child) Hula Show at 1pm, 2012
Place: Ala Moana Center, 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., Honolulu, Oahu
Contact: (808) 955-9517
The Ala Moana Hula Show takes place at Centerstage from 1pm to 1:20pm. Discover the beauty of Hawaiian hula with our complimentary shows 7 days a week! The cultural performance features an emcee and six dancers, showcasing kahiko and modern hula dances. On Sundays, enjoy the Ala Moana Center Keiki (child) Hula Show at 1pm. The show demonstrates how the tradition of hula is being perpetuated through Hawaii's children. oahu hawaii no na pua music for the generations kapena plaza stage at waikiki beach walk honolulu oahu hawaii
Date: Sunday, July 15th, Free concert every 3rd Sunday of the month from 5 to 6 p.m., 2012
Place: Plaza Stage at Waikiki Beach Walk, 227 Lewers St, Honolulu, Oahu
Contact: (808) 931-3591
Free concert every 3rd Sunday of the month from 5 to 6 p.m. at the Plaza Stage at Waikiki Beach Walk - Multi Na Hoku Hanohano award winning group, Kapena, headlines the March Sunday Showcase at Waikiki Beach Walk. Formed in 1984, this talented musical band has released over 20 albums and has received numerous awards and accolades from Hawaii's music industry. farmers market hcc honolulu community college honolulu hawaii
Date: Every Saturday, 4 pm - 8 pm, 2012
Place: Honolulu Community College parking lot, 874 Dillingham Blvd. Honolulu, Oahu
Contact: Sonny Doung, (808) 225-4002,
The finest and freshest locally grown produce, foods, flowers, plants ,artwork and crafts. farmers market ewa beach elementary school parking lot ewa beach oahu hawaii
Date: Every Sunday, 9 am - 1 pm, 2012
Place: Ewa beach elemntary school parking lot - 91-740 Papipi Road, Ewa Beach, Oahu
Contact: Sonny Doung, (808) 225-4002,
The finest and freshest locally grown produce, foods, flowers, plants ,artwork and crafts.
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