Kapolei Events Calendar

July | August | September | October and Beyond | Ongoing Events

July Events

Sat., July 20: 3rd Annual Kupuna Wellness Fair

Senior living community ʻIlima at Leihano hosts a morning of food, crafts, activities, live entertainment and a special 11am performance by legendary comedian/musician Frank De Lima. This is a FREE event, including free valet parking, and a free tote bag to the first 150 attendees. `Ilima at Leihano, 9am-noon.

Frank De Lima performs free at the Kupuna Wellness Fair @ ʻIlima at Leihano, Sat., July 20.

Sat., July 20: Moonlight Market @ Four Seasons Ko Olina

The premiere outdoor shopping market on the west side always feels like a cool private party. It’s held on the Four Seasons’ beautiful Ocean Lawn. Food and wine/beer available for purchase. Parking’s free. Four Seasons Ko Olina, 5pm-8pm [More Info & Free Tickets]

Mon., July 22: Business Networking Event @ West Oʻahu Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine

This business community network event is presented in conjunction with Central Pacific. Light refreshments and pupus will be served. Spots are limited, so registration is required. West Oʻahu Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine, 6pm-8pm. Register with Terry Tanaka at Central Pacific Bank at 808-544-5107 or Terry.tanaka@centralpacificbank.com.

Tues., July 23: Papa ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi (Hawaiian Language Workshops) with Makalapua Casson-Fisher

Learn and explore the names and mo’olelo of significant land and elemental features of this ʻEwa moku. Ka Makana Aliʻi Center Court, 6pm-8pm [More Info]

Tues., July 23: Summer Movie Night @ Camp Pālehua: Movie TBD

BYO food, snacks, and beverages and head up into the cooler hills for a summer movie. Just $5 per person, and you can buy extra snacks on site. The movie will be chosen by you! Vote on Camp Pālehua’s Instagram page. Camp Pālehua, 6:30pm-9:30pm [More Info & Tickets]

Weds., July 24: SculpSure Event @ Pua Manu Medspa

Come by the medspa for this FREE event including pupus, raffle prizes, a presentation, complimentary consultations, and special-event only pricing. SculpSure is a laser-based, noninvasive treatment that’s used to target and reduce body fat. Pua Manu Medspa, 1020 Kakala St #902 (Mehana), 5:30pm-6:30pm. Call 808-868-1230 to RSVP.

Sat., July 27: Kapapapuhi Shoreline Restoration

Restore park shoreline and historic fish ponds, paint gazebos and picnic tables, remove invasive species, and remove trash. Kapapapuhi Point Park, 9am-Noon [More Info]

Sat., July 27: Eat the Street @ Kapolei Commons

The wildly popular food truck event returns to the west side. Vendors TBD. The Lawn at Kapolei Commons, 5pm-9pm

Sat., July 27: Painting Class: Bloom

Artist Danielle Groff leads this class, painting jellyfish on an 11×14 canvas. Class fee of $65 includes all materials needed to make painting. Pictures Plus @ Ka Makana Aliʻi, 5:30pm-7:30pm. Reserve your spot at the store or call 808-585-6780.

Mon., July 29: Paint Night @ Kalapawai

A professional painter guides you as you create a moonlight reflection in oil on canvas. Cost: $25-$35, depending on canvas size. Kalapawai Market & Cafe, 5pm-7pm [More Info]

Wed., July 31: Healthy Eating Event @ Da Cove

Join Blue Zones Project to get info about eating better and living longer. Da Cove @ Ka Makana Aliʻi, 4pm-6pm

August Events

Fri., Aug. 2 – Sun., Aug. 4: Summer Service Slam @ Camp Pālehua

The Mission Continues and the Wounded Warrior Project are partnering up for this weekend of community service. Civilians are invited too! Tasks will include tree planting, building a fire pit, and building chairs. Camping sites will be set up, with bunks in cabins available as well. Camp Pālehua, all day [More Info & Sign Up]

Sat., Aug. 3: Road Cycling Skills

The Hawaiʻi Bicycling League puts on this free workshop for beginning riders who want to stay safe on the roads.
Kroc Center, 9am-11am [More Info]

Sun., Aug. 4: Subie Showoff – Subaru Car Show

Hawaii’s first & only “all-Subaru” car show, founded and supported by Hawaiʻi’s local Subaru enthusiasts community. Live DJ, food trucks, plus more than 100 of Hawaii’s hottest Subarus competing for 18 different trophies. Free to attend. K1 Speed, Noon-5pm [More Info]

Sat., August 10: 7th Annual Hire Leeward Job & Career Fair

More than 40 west side employers hire for hundreds of jobs. **This event was originally scheduled for June 29.** Great Lawn at UH West O’ahu, 9am-1pm. [More Info]

Sat., August 10: Hot August Nights @ Kapolei Commons

5pm-8pm. More info to come.

Sat., August 31: Art + Flea @ Kapolei Commons

This free fair featuring Hawaiʻi’s top crafters will run from 5pm-9pm. More info and specific vendors to come.

All events subject to change.

Sat., Aug. 31: Villages of Kapolei Keiki Biathlon

This event for ages 14 and under includes a swim in the Villages of Kapolei pool, then laps around Kapolei Community Park next door. $5 entry fee per child. Villages of Kapolei Recreation Center, 7am [More Info]

Sat., Aug. 31: Painting Class: Silver Wave

Artist Danielle Groff leads this class, painting a stylish modern wave on an 11×14 canvas. Class fee of $65 includes all materials needed to make painting. Pictures Plus @ Ka Makana Aliʻi, 5:30pm-7:30pm. Reserve your spot at the store or call 808-585-6780.


Sat., Sept. 7: 9th Annual Get Ready ʻEwa Beach Emergency Preparedness Fair

Learn the basics of emergency preparedness, like buying supplies and having a disaster plan. Plus, find out how to help others prepare by joining the ʻEwa Emergency Preparedness Committee. Kapilina Community Center (5100 Iroquois Ave.), 9am-1pm [More Info]

Mon., Sept. 9 – Fri., Sept. 13: Hawaiʻi Carpenters Apprenticeship and Training

Applications and testing for this program only happen twice a year. Applicants must be 17 or older with a high school diploma or equivalent. Hawaii Carpenters & Drywall Training Fund Center (2040 Lauwiliwili St.), 8am-1:30pm [a href=”http://hicarpenterstraining.com/apply/”>More Info]

Sat., Sept. 14 – Mon., Sept. 16: Waialua Agricultural Company Number 6 Steam Locomotive 100th Birthday Bash

Hawaiian Railway Society celebrates as one of the jewels of their fleet turns 100. Photo ops, rides, and tours of the yard are part of the festivities planned. Hawaiian Railway Society, rides at various times [More Info]

Sat., Sept., 14: Movie on the Lawn @ Kapolei Commons

5pm-8pm. The theme is Superheroes, specific movie and more info to come.

Sat., Sept. 21: Villages of Kapolei Swap Meet

Buy, sell, or get rid of, new or used household items. A Salvation Army truck will be provided for items that don’t sell. Vendor spots available as well. Villages of Kapolei Recreation Center, 8am-Noon [More Info]

Sat., Sept. 28: Eat the Street @ Kapolei Commons

The popular food truck party will run from 5pm-9pm. More info and specific vendors to come.

October Events (and Beyond)

Sat., Oct. 12: Fall Fest @ Kapolei Commons

5pm-8pm. More info to come.

Sat., Nov. 9: Family Dance Party @ Kapolei Commons

5pm-8pm. The theme is “Light Up The Night.” More info to come.

Sat., Dec. 28: Eat the Street

The popular food truck party will run from 5pm-9pm. More info and specific vendors to come.

Ongoing Events: Daily & Weekly

Mondays: Kapolei Run Club

A free run club for all ages and abilities. Lanikai Juice, 711 Kamokila Blvd, 5:45pm [More Info]

Tuesdays: Fit4Mom Stroller Strides

A full-body interval workout with babes in tow. Ka Makana Ali‘i Center Court, 9am-10am. [Register to Join]

Wednesdays 4pm-8pm, Sundays 11am-3pm: Farmers Market at Ka Makana Ali‘i

Buy delicious local fruits and vegetables, tropical plants and flowers, locally made treats and prepared food. Also, live music at Center Court. Throughout mall. [More Info]

Wednesdays: Ocean Pointe Wellness Wednesdays

Produce stands, food trucks, and other vendors, plus wellness information and a yoga class. Ocean Pointe Community Center, 4pm-7pm.

Wednesdays: Halau Hula ‘O Hokulani Cultural Workshops

Halau Hula ‘O Hokulani offers free hula lessons, ‘ōlelo classes and lei making. Ka Makana Aliʻi Macy’s Wing, 4pm-8pm

Thursdays: Fit4Mom Stroller Barre Class

Incorporate ballet, Pilates, and barre elements into an interval style class. Registration required. Ka Makana Ali‘i Center Court, 9am-10am. [Register to Join]

Thursdays: Keiki Yoga at Ka Makana Ali’i

Keiki learn to hold yoga poses, learn stillness and work with props while going on a storytelling adventure they can connect to. Macy’s wing, under the pavilion, 10am-11am. [More Info]

Thursdays: Rotary Club of Kapolei

Breakfast and a program that usually includes a guest speaker. Teacher’s Lounge at Kapolei High, 7:30am-8:30am. [More Info]

Ongoing Events: Biweekly

2nd and 4th Tuesdays: Girl Scout Troop Meetings

A new Girl Scout troop in Kapolei. Villages of Kapolei Association Recreation Center, 5:30pm-7:30pm Contact Claire Hellam, 808-551-5702 or at GSHwestside@gmail.com for more info.

1st and 3rd Wednesdays: Phoenix Rising Kapolei Toastmasters

Members develop communication and leadership skills. All are welcome. University of Phoenix Kapolei, Room 116/117, 4:30pm-5:30pm. [More Info]

1st and 3rd Fridays: Makana Kids Storytime at Ka Makana Ali’i

Enjoy stories, crafts, sing-alongs, and more activities. Ka Makana Ali‘i Center Court, 10am-11am. [More Info]

2nd and 4th Mondays: Rotary Club of Kapolei Sunset

Dinner and a guest speaker. $15 fee. All are welcome. Kai Oli Oli Sailboat in Ko Olina Marina, 6:00pm. For more info, contact Club President Sandy Manley at surfinmiki0812@gmail.com.

2nd and 4th Thursdays: Kapolei City Lions Club

Members serve the community. All are welcome. Ka Punawai Ola Rehabilitation Center (2nd Thursday); Teacher’s Lounge at Kapolei High (4th Thursday), 6:30pm-8pm. [More Info]

2nd and 4th Fridays: Makana Kids Keiki Fitness Friday

New and fun exercises for kids ranging from Zumba to fun games and activities. Ka Makana Ali‘i Center Court, 10am-11am. [More Info]

Ongoing Events: Monthly

Every 3rd Thursday: Speaking of Health Lecture Series

Health and wellness talks from top medical experts. Registration required. Queens Medical Center West O`ahu. [More Info]

Last Sundays: Kanikapila Sunday at Ka Makana Ali’i

Live Hawaiian music entertainment. Ka Makana Ali‘i Center Court, Noon-3pm. [More Info]

This calendar is a collab with the Kapolei Chamber of Commerce. Members of the KCC get a priority submission form for their events, so join up!