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This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Honolulu Rainbow Film
Festival, celebrating the best in gay and lesbian filmmaking. Award
categories include Best Documentary and Best Hawaiian-Made Film.
(May 21 – 24)
Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, Doris Duke Theatre – Honolulu
Academy of Arts, 808 381 1952, http://www.hglcf.org
Join in the celebrations to honor the greatest chief in Hawaiian history
during the Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade, featuring floral
floats, marching bands and pa’u riders representing a royal Hawaiian
court. (June)
Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade, Various locations,
808 586 0333
Experience the best of Hawaiian and Japanese culture during the Pan
Pacific Festival, a three-day event that includes a street party, hula
performances and more. (June 5 – 7)
Pan Pacific Festival, Various locations, 808 926 8177,
http://www.pan-pacific-festival.com
Outrigger canoe rides, cultural demonstrations and food booths are
just part of the celebrations during Independence Day at Maunalua
Bay. Enjoy all-day entertainment from a variety of different artists and
end the evening with an aerial pyrotechnics show. (July 4)
Independence Day at Maunalua Bay, Maunalua Bay Park, 808 394 9226,
http://www.independencedayatmaunaluabay.org
Marvel at the art of Hawaii during the 12th Annual Hale’iwa Arts
Festival, a summer event featuring the work of over 140 artists from
the islands. (July 18 – 19)
Hale’iwa Arts Festival, Hale’iwa Beach Park, Haleiwa, 808 637 2277,
http://www.haleiwaartsfestival.org
Help keep Hawaii’s ukulele tradition alive at the 39th Annual Ukulele
Festival, a celebration that features a free concert starring some of
the nation’s finest ukulele players. (July 19)
Ukulele Festival, Kapiolani Park Bandstand, Waikiki, 808 732 3739,
http://www.roysakuma.net/ukulelefestival/index.htm
Sample everything Hawaii has to offer at the Made In Hawaii Festival,
a three-day showcase of Hawaiian-made art, books, clothing, jewelry
and much more. (August 21 – 23)
Made In Hawaii Festival, Neal S. Blaisdell Center, 777 Ward Ave.,

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Honolulu Rainbow Film

Festival, celebrating the best in gay and lesbian filmmaking. Award

categories include Best Documentary and Best Hawaiian-Made Film.

(May 21 – 24)

Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival, Doris Duke Theatre – Honolulu

Academy of Arts, 808 381 1952, http://www.hglcf.org

Join in the celebrations to honor the greatest chief in Hawaiian history

during the Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade, featuring floral

floats, marching bands and pa’u riders representing a royal Hawaiian

court. (June)

Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade, Various locations,

808 586 0333

Experience the best of Hawaiian and Japanese culture during the Pan

Pacific Festival, a three-day event that includes a street party, hula

performances and more. (June 5 – 7)

Pan Pacific Festival, Various locations, 808 926 8177,

http://www.pan-pacific-festival.com

Outrigger canoe rides, cultural demonstrations and food booths are

just part of the celebrations during Independence Day at Maunalua

Bay. Enjoy all-day entertainment from a variety of different artists and

end the evening with an aerial pyrotechnics show. (July 4)

Independence Day at Maunalua Bay, Maunalua Bay Park, 808 394 9226,

http://www.independencedayatmaunaluabay.org

Marvel at the art of Hawaii during the 12th Annual Hale’iwa Arts

Festival, a summer event featuring the work of over 140 artists from

the islands. (July 18 – 19)

Hale’iwa Arts Festival, Hale’iwa Beach Park, Haleiwa, 808 637 2277,

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Help keep Hawaii’s ukulele tradition alive at the 39th Annual Ukulele

Festival, a celebration that features a free concert starring some of

the nation’s finest ukulele players. (July 19)

Ukulele Festival, Kapiolani Park Bandstand, Waikiki, 808 732 3739,

http://www.roysakuma.net/ukulelefestival/index.htm

Sample everything Hawaii has to offer at the Made In Hawaii Festival,

a three-day showcase of Hawaiian-made art, books, clothing, jewelry

and much more. (August 21 – 23)

Made In Hawaii Festival, Neal S. Blaisdell Center, 777 Ward Ave.,

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