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Roots with Mark Noguchi

Entrepreneurs Sandbox 643 Ilalo St, Honolulu, HI, United States

For Mark, forging new connections to food through thoughtful conversations about its source isn’t just delicious, it’s also a recipe for something truly pono.

Bamboo Ridge Goes Digital

KCC Lama Library 4303 Diamond Head Rd, Honolulu, HI, United States

Featuring scholar Dr. Christine Yano, founding editors Darrell Lum and Eric Chock, and writers Juliet Kono and Wing Tek Lum.


Attention Hacking with Tim Wu

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa 2500 Campus Road, Art Building Auditorium, Honolulu, HI, United States

A founder of net-neutrality theory, Tim Wu is one of the country’s leading voices on the rise of big tech and its social and economic consequences.

Talk Story with Lee Tonouchi

UH West Oahu Campbell Library 91-1001 Farrington Hwy, Kapolei, HI, United States

Also known as da “Pidgin Guerrilla,” Tonouchi had several plays staged at Kumu Kahua Theatre, including “Gone Feeshing,” “Living Pidgin,” “Da Kine Space,” “Echoes of Dat Red Guitar,” and “UchinaAloha.”

Introduction to Native Hawaiian Plants

Halawa Xeriscape Garden 99-1268 Iwaena St, Aiea, HI, United States

REGISTRATION Advance registration is required. Registration opens on Tuesday, February 18, 2020, and closes at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, March 6, 2020,

CHANGE Event Series: Health & Wellness

Honolulu Museum of Art (HOMA), 900 S Beretania St, Honolulu, HI, 96814, United States 901 S Beretania St, United States

Take a good healthcare system and make it better! Hawaii ranks among the best states in the nation for health care, but


Women in Tech: An Interview with Cybele Safadi

Cybele will share the non-linear path she took into the technology space, her strategic use of LinkedIn for job-hunting, and growing into a leadership role within a startup.

Planting Pilina Amidst a Pandemic


It is our wish that attendees will commit themselves to take care of ʻāina and nurture reciprocal relationships with organizations that manage ʻāina.

For the Love of the Arts

Manoa Valley Theatre 2833 East Manoa Road, Honolulu, HI, United States

Cathy Song will read live on stage to launch her new book All the Love in the World, which can be enjoyed as a collection of individual stories or sequentially as one narrative.


Poke Fest

210 Ward Avenue 210 Ward Avenue, Honolulu, HI, United States

Poke fans, the most onolicious day of the year is back on Saturday, Oct. 17 — an all-new pre-order and drive-through event presented by Fresh Island Fish that lets you indulge in original poke creations from eight of your favorite poke shops across Oahu. Big bonus: All this takes place in a zero-contact setting!

Bamboo Ridge Writers Institute


Event programming includes panel discussions on topics ranging from publishing in Hawaii, writing while working full-time, and the future of the literary community after COVID. Participants can also register for masterclass sessions in poetry, novel, and short story writing for an additional fee.


CHANGE: Art & Culture


How do we reinvigorate Hawaii’s arts and culture in this changed world? How are arts and culture at the core of a community’s well-being? How do we make arts and culture relevant for a new generation and more accessible to more people?


Kuleana in Music


Join the wahine Kahaunaele as they share with us Kuleana in Music and how they continue their kuleana and legacy of music in their ʻohana practice.

CHANGE Event Series: Arts & Culture


Join us as we discuss ways that arts & culture can revitalize our communities and help our economy recover, look at how


Fireside Chat with Mahina Duarte of Waiwai Collective

Hub Coworking Kakaako 1050 Queen Street #100, Honolulu, HI, United States

Mahina is the founding executive director of Paepae o Heʻeia, the first modern Hawaiian fishpond that created ground-breaking ʻāina-based education programming for students from preschool through post-doctoral levels.


Okinawan Festival

Hawaii Convention Center 1801 Kalākaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI, United States

Watch your favorite local Okinawan Performing Arts Groups! Eat your favorite Okinawan festival food, get your festival t-shirts, purchase items from Okinawa, and more!


The Hawaiian Language Thrives

Ka Makana Alii -5431 Kapolei Pkwy, Kapolei, HI, United States

Entertainment, games, shopping, dining, ho‘okuku ha‘i ‘olelo (Hawaiian language speech competition), and fun for the entire ‘ohana. The Hawaiian language thrives!


FilAm Entrepreneurial Journeys and Dreams

Residences for Innovation Student Entrepreneurs (RISE) 1810 University Avenue, Honolulu, HI, United States

A captivating panel discussion that celebrates the inspiring journeys and dreams of Filipino-American entrepreneurs.


Sea, Sky, and Land

Hawaii Convention Center 1801 Kalākaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI, United States

Sea, Sky, and Land: Engaging in Solidarity in Endangered Ecologies 4S 2023 Honolulu—Sea, Sky, Land, Endangered Ecologies, Solidarities Society for Social Studies