Kapolei Events Calendar

In-Person Events | Virtual Events | Postponed/Rescheduled Events

In-Person Events

Sat., Sept. 12: Free Food Distribution

Free curbside food pickup for folks in need. First-come, first-served, no pre-registration needed. Sponsored by Word of Life West Oʻahu, ʻEwa Beach Lions Club, Wai’anae Coast Community Foundation, and FoodBank. Former K-Mart Parking Lot, 8am. Contact Tammy at 808-799-4095 for more information.

Virtual Events

Tues., Sept. 15: Free Workshop – How to Keep Your Brain Healthy in a World that Is Fighting for Our Attention

Our brains are constantly being bombarded with too much information and stress. Dr. Charlene Poderoso Calio, DC will share tips on how to keep our brain healthy, so we are thriving and not just surviving. Noon-12:45pm. [Registration & More Info]

Thu., Sept. 17: Free Workshop – Keeping the Sanity in Sanitization and the Closeness in Distance

Dr. Kimo Alameda, Psychologist and CEO of Bay Clinic, with timely tips for the COVID era. 10am-11am. [Registration & More Info]

Thu., Sept. 17: From Hello to Hired – An Interactive Interview Workshop

Learn best practices, tips and strategies to have confidence in your next interview. Presented by the University of Phoenix Hawaiʻi. Sessions at 10am, Noon, and 5:30pm. [Registration & More Info]

Sun., Sept. 20: Rotaract Club of West Oʻahu Monthly Meeting

The Rotaract Club of West Oahu is for young adults, ages 18 and up, who want to get involved in the community. There are no fees – just a
way to give back! Their monthly meeting is the best way to find out more about the club, and make connections with others who want to have fun through service! 7pm. Email Rotaractwestoahu@gmail.com or follow them on Instagram @rotaractofwestoahu for details.

Tues., Sept. 22: Forest Bathing — A Virtual Forest Therapy Experience

Using video conferencing tools, our certified forest therapy guide, Phyllis Look, will help you reconnect with your senses and the natural world around you. 9am-10am. [Registration & More Info]

Tue., Sept. 22: Free Health Education Workshop – Hearty Advice

Learn how physical activity, smart nutritional choices, and time for relaxation can lower your risk of heart disease. Presented by HMSA and supported by Blue Zones Project Kapolei/ʻEwa. Noon. [More Info & Registration]

Thu., Sept. 24: Presentation by Geoff Horvath, Hawaiʻi Rotary Youth Foundation.

Learn what the HRYF is all about — an opportunity for young adults to learn community leadership and do community service. 7:45am. Contact Donna Kunewa for Zoom ID # via email at dkunewa@gmail.com.

Thu., Sept. 24: Free Workshop – A Guide to Building Your Personal Brand

Learn how to successfully develop a personal brand that could lead to more opportunities. Presented by the University of Phoenix Hawaiʻi. Sessions at 10am, Noon, and 5:30pm. [Registration & More Info]

Thu., Sept. 24: Forest Bathing — A Virtual Forest Therapy Experience

Using video conferencing tools, our certified forest therapy guide, Phyllis Look, will help you reconnect with your senses and the natural world around you. 4pm-5pm. [Registration & More Info]

Sat., Sept. 26: Forest Bathing — A Virtual Forest Therapy Experience

Using video conferencing tools, our certified forest therapy guide, Phyllis Look, will help you reconnect with your senses and the natural world around you. 9am-10am. [Registration & More Info]

Tue., Sept. 29: Forest Bathing — A Virtual Forest Therapy Experience

Using video conferencing tools, our certified forest therapy guide, Phyllis Look, will help you reconnect with your senses and the natural world around you. 9am-10am. [Registration & More Info]

Weds., Sept. 30: Blue Zones Project Purpose Workshop

Do you know why you get up in the morning? Unlock tips to help you find your reason for waking up in the morning. Knowing your purpose can add up to 7 good years to your life. 11:45am-1pm. [Registration & More Info]

Thu., Oct. 1: Free Workshop – Does Your LinkedIn Profile Need a Makeover?

Learn how to make an impact with your LinkedIn. Presented by the University of Phoenix Hawaiʻi. Sessions at 10am, Noon, and 5:30pm. [Registration & More Info]

Thu., Oct. 8: Presentation by Dr. Kathleen Klinger of Waiʻanae Care, Inc.

Advocates for the homeless, kūpuna, and families in need, Waiʻanae Care presents and implements ideas on how to make their lives easier and better through collaboration with dedicated individuals. 7:45am. Contact Donna Kunewa for Zoom ID # via email at dkunewa@gmail.com.

Thu., Oct. 8: Free Workshop – Strategic Networking

Learn how to develop networking skills that empower you to thrive. Presented by the University of Phoenix Hawaiʻi. Sessions at 10am, Noon, and 5:30pm. [Registration & More Info]

Postponed/Rescheduled Events

POSTPONED: Prince Kūhiō Parade and Ho‘olaule‘a

Originally scheduled for March 28, this event has been postponed due to concerns around the spread of the COVID-19 virus. A new date will be announced in the future. The Oʻahu Prince Kūhiō Parade is one of four large scale parades in the state of Hawaiʻi. This year for the first time, the Prince Kūhiō Parade has relocated to Kapolei. [More Info]

POSTPONED: Kapuʻuola Hula Festival

Originally scheduled for April 4, this event has been postponed due to concerns around the spread of the COVID-19 virus. A new date will be announced in the future. This annual festival — one of the best cultural events on the west side — attracts top hālau hula and Hawaiian music performers. Craft and food vendors are on-hand for shopping and eating. The venue is a significant one: the pā hula (hula mound) at Pu‘uokapolei, the historic cultural site. Pu‘uokapolei @ Kapolei Regional Park, 10am-6:30pm. [More Info]

Sat., Mar. 13 (2021): Deadbeats @ Kapolei Events Center

Originally scheduled for March 28, 2020, this event was rescheduled for August 15, and re-re-scheduled to the new date. This international EDM tour, with dates in London, Paris, and Miami, stops for one night in Kapolei. #Zeds Dead, Rusko, 1788-L, Grandtheft, Lick and Sippy to perform. 18 and over. Tickets $60-$100. Kapolei Events Center, Doors 5pm. [Tickets & More Info]