Archive for "November, 2014"

Daniel Tosh


Sunday, November 30:
Daniel Tosh. Live Nation presents Daniel Tosh, star of his own Comedy Central series “Tosh.0,” currently airing on Tuesday nights. This topical weekly series features Tosh’s razor-sharp humor and biting commentary as he delves into all aspects of the internet, from absolutely absurd to incredibly ingenious.
Advisory: This show has adult content and language. Maui Arts & Cultural Center, Castle Theater, 1 Cameron Way, Kahului. 7 p.m. For tickets and information call (808) 242-7469 or visit

4th Annual Art Helps for the Hawaii Island Humane Society

Big Island

Saturday, November 29:
4th Annual Art Helps for the Hawaii Island Humane Society. Ceramic pieces, prints, paintings, jewelry and on-site pet adoption from 9-5. Meet artists, meet pets, and come to support a worthy cause in downtown Hilo at High Fire Hawaii Gallery & Studio, 935-8380.

Holiday Craft Fair at Hawaiian Mission Houses


Saturday, November 29:
Holiday Craft Fair at Hawaiian Mission Houses. Come to Oahu’s oldest and finest Holiday Craft Fair to get your one-of-a-kind and island-made crafts! Hawaiian Mission Houses, 553 S King St., Honolulu. 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free admission. For information call (808) 447-3926 or visit

Aloha Fridays on the Porch


Friday, November 28:
Aloha Fridays on the Porch. Tropical Agriculture farmer Kaipo AhChong will share his expert lei-making skills with VAC visitors. As a member of Halau Na Kamalei, his unique experience marries the science of agriculture with Hawaiian lei and hula traditions. Event is free. Park fee may apply. Volcano Art Center Gallery, Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. For information call (808) 967-8222 or visit

Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Collectibles & Hawaiiana Show


Sunday, November 23:
Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Collectibles & Hawaiiana Show. An all vintage (20 yrs & older) collectibles and antiques show and sale. Great buys in antiques, Hawaiiana, art, estate jewelry, vintage fashion, dolls, tribal art, beads, tiki, gold & silver, koa, furniture, kimono, kitchenware, ukuleles, toys, kokeshi, Mid-Century décor, ivory, Chinese & Japanese antiques, Mings jewelry, Ni`ihau shell leis, lauhala hats, stamps, coins, shabby chic, Victorian, Hawaiian Monarchy items, prints, textiles and more. This is Hawai`i’s only strictly vintage show with no pre-sales to vendors. Blaisdell Hawai`i Suites, 777 Ward Ave., Honolulu. 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. $4.50. Early Entry fee $15 at 9 a.m. For information call (808) 941-9754 or visit

Hawai`i Honey Festival

Big Island

Saturday, November 22:
Hawai`i Honey Festival. Taste and judge your favorite honey sent in from beekeepers throughout the Hawaiian islands. Winning honeys will get recognition and awarded. Festivities at the event include the “People’s Choice” Honey Tasting, honey bee educational events, children’s activities, “ono” food, agricultural demonstrations, observation hives, music, and many bee-related crafts & vendors. Cost will be $5 at the door, children 12 & under free. Nani Mau Gardens, 421 Makalika St., Hilo. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For information visit

Ukulele Festival

Big Island

Friday & Saturday, November 21 & 22:
Ukulele Festival. The Festival this year is dedicated to Dennis Kamakahi – a many time guest of the Institute. Local musicians will offer classes and school shows, in addition to four evening concerts (one free and three ticketed), reaching a projected 4,000 school children in North Hawai`i. The free opening concert includes an open invitation to the community to join the masters on stage, in the popular “Kanikapila” event. Featuring Ledward Kaapana & Benny Chong, Friday; Jeff Peterson & Nathan Aweau, Saturday. The Finale concert will feature Spanish and Classical guitar player Vincenzo Martinelli. Kahilu Theatre, 67-1186 Lindsey Rd., Kamuela. 7 – 10 p.m. For information call (808) 885-6868 or visit

Hawaiian Music Series


Thursday, November 20:
Hawaiian Music Series. Relax under the stars and enjoy a free concert featuring local musicians. Chairs are limited and blankets, mats, and low beach chairs are welcome. The Baldwin Home Museum is located in the heart of Lahaina, on the corner of Front and Dickenson Streets, Lahaina. 6 to 7:30 p.m. For information call (808) 661-9309 or visit

Kokua Kailua Hulihe`e Palace Concert Series & Village Stroll

Big Island

Sunday, November 16:
Kokua Kailua Hulihe`e Palace Concert Series & Village Stroll. Ali`i Drive along scenic Kailua Bay in Kailua-Kona becomes a festive pedestrian-only walkway from 1 to 6 p.m. Enjoy music, artists, merchants and restaurants. At 4 p.m., there is a free Hawaiian music concert on the lawn at Hulihe`e Palace. Bring your own mat or chair and they will be checked for free while you stroll Ali`i Drive, Kailua Village (Kona). For information, visit

Emalani Elua


Saturday & Sunday, November 15 &16:
Emalani Elua. Hawai`i Youth Opera presents an opera based on the life of Queen Emma Rooke (Queen consort to King Kamehameha IV). The act II part of the opera will focus on the Queen’s life following the death of her husband and child, her travels to Europe, the founding of the Priory School, and her political aspirations. Joined by the Nuuanu Elementary 5th Grade, Kawaiolaonapukanileo and the UH Manoa Hawaiian Chorus. St. Andrew’s Cathedral, 229 Queen Emma Square, Honolulu. Saturday – 7 p.m., Sunday – 3 p.m. Free. For information call (808) 521-2982 or visit