Events calendar

Sunday. 11 August, 2019 - Saturday. 17 August, 2019
Week 33
Saturday. 17 August, 2019
6:00 am

47th Annual Ho'oku'ikahi & Establishment Day Hawaiian Cultural Festival

Pu‘ukoholā Heiau National Historic Site (Spencer)

Free public event held at pelekane bay located by the coral flats through Kawaihae Harbor. Follow signs to designated parking area. Hawaiian cultural activities consist of Ho'okupu ceremony, hawaiian food tasting, traditional arts & crafts, cultural demonstration, entertainment and much more!!

7:00 am

FREE Spay & Neuter Clinic For Cats

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We do not charge any fees for our clinics but we do accept Donations!
Contact us for Appointment!  Drop off at 7am.

8:00 am

1st Annual Aunty Joy Keahi Mills Memorial Surf Day at Kahalu'u Bay

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Surf for kids with special needs.  Pre-register at Surf4sn.org

8:30 am

CARE for KEIKI

Naniloa Hotel

Join us for a keiki day of fun!

10:00 am

Pet Adoption Event

Aloha Pawz

Aloha Ilio Rescue will be in front of the shop every 1st & 3rd Saturday of the month!
Stop by to be licked and loved by puppies and dogs who are looking for their forever home. You never know, you just may find your new best friend.

10:00 am

Galaxy Forum Hawai’i 2019: Hilo

Imiloa Astronomy Center

Galaxy Forums are free public events designed as flexible and responsive solutions to advance Galaxy 21st Century Education.

10:30 am

Kumu Hula Iwalani Kalima with Hula Hālau O Kou Lima NaniʻE

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

Typically held on the 3rd (or sometimes 2nd) Saturday of each month, hula hālau from across Hawaiʻi  perform in a one-of-a-kind outdoor setting at the kahua hula (platform) in the Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park.

1:00 pm

Woodstock50

Uncles Awa Bar

A day of Peace and Music. The songs of Woodstock.  Live music

5:30 pm

Off the Grid

Pāpaʻaloa Country Store and Cafe

Tiana has a musical prowess on the guitar that matches her passionate and fiery vocals. Her music reflects her relationship to the ʻāina and living with a mesh of worldly cultures & eclectic musicians who are neighbors to the Volcano Goddess Pele.
Hawk Devi slays it on violin in every moment, on every track, her melodies, solo's and accompaniment will give you chicken skin and remind you how wonderful it is to listen to true live talent.

7:00 pm

OBON: Hakalau Jodo Mission

Hakalau Jodo Mission

Every year, in the months of June and August, communities come together to honor the spirits of their ancestors.

7:00 pm

OBON: Kamuela Hongwanji

Kamuela Hongwanji

Every year, in the months of June and August, communities come together to honor the spirits of their ancestors.