Kapolei Events Calendar
NOTE: In-person gatherings are slowly coming back as coronavirus-related restrictions are lifted. We’ll list those here, as well as virtual events that are going on while restrictions are still in place, and events that have been rescheduled.
Fri., July 10 + Sat., July 11: Kapolei Drive-In Movie – Star Wars: The Phantom Menace
American Renaissance Academy’s summer drive-in movie series continues with Episode 1. Tickets are $30 per car. Gates open 7pm, 91-1028 Lexington Street, Kapolei. [More Info]
Fri, July 17 + Sat., July 18: Kapolei Drive-In Movie – Accomplice
American Renaissance Academy’s summer drive-in movie series continues with this celebration of the bicycle. Tickets are $40 per car, which includes a special pre-show event. Gates open 6:45pm, 91-1028 Lexington Street, Kapolei. [More Info]
Sat., July 11: Dive-In Movie at Wet n’ Wild – Toy Story 4
Tickets are just $14.99 after 3pm (with coupon). Event includes food and drink specials, video karaoke, prize giveaways, and the 2nd Annual Ice Cream Eating Contest. [More Info + Coupon]
Thu., July 9: Presentation by Laine Kohama – “Are you Cyber Safe?”
Rotary Club Kapolei’s weekly meeting features Laine Kohama, owner of IT consulting firm Gigaisland. 7:30am-8:30am. Contact Donna Kunewa for Zoom ID # via email at email@example.com.
Thu., July 9: Purpose Workshop
Do you know why you get out of bed in the morning? Unlock tips to help you find your reason for waking up in the morning. Knowing your purpose can add up to seven good years to your life! 4pm-5:30pm. [Registration & More Info]
Tues., July 14: Cooking with Cyrus – Summer Corn Salad
Pick up all the ingredients for a healthy Summer Corn Salad and follow along as Cyrus Howe, Blue Zones Project – Hawai‘i State Worksite Lead, shows how to make this healthy lunch option. 11am-Noon. [Registration & More Info]
Thurs., July 16: Managing Your Stress Bucket
Each of us has a limited amount of stress we can hold before overflow occurs. Join us to learn simple and enjoyable ways to lower the volume of stress in your bucket. Led by Peter Clines, Health Educator, HMSA. Noon-1pm. [Registration & More Info]
Sat., July 18: Virtual Talk Story with Sen. Mike Gabbard
Senator Gabbard will be available via Zoom to talk to constituents and give legislative updates. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get the link to joint. 9am.
Tues., July 21: Build Your Own Hydroponic Bucket Garden
Join Crystal Robello, Blue Zones Project – Kapolei-‘Ewa Engagement Lead, to learn how to make an easy bucket hydroponic garden in your own backyard or lanai space! 9am-10:30am. [Registration & More Info]
Thu., July 23: Presentation by State Rep. Sharon Har
Rotary Club Kapolei’s weekly meeting features Rep. Har, a state legislator since 2006, who represents Kapolei. 7:30am-8:30am. Contact Donna Kunewa for Zoom ID # via email at email@example.com.
Fri., July 24: How to Create a Healthy Home Workspace
Join Aging with Aloha for a mindfulness exercise to help eliminate stress, ergonomic tips for your home working space and a stretch series. Led by Mónica De Leon Quehl OTR/L, CEAS, Aging with Aloha. 11:30am-12:15pm. [Registration & More Info]
Thu., July 30: Presentation by Dr. Charlene Poderoso – “How your spine and nervous system are linked to your health”
Rotary Club Kapolei’s weekly meeting features Dr. Poderoso, a chiropractor with Hawaiʻi’s House Call Chiros. 7:30am-8:30am. Contact Donna Kunewa for Zoom ID # via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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]
POSTPONED: 5th Annual Kapolei Spring Fair
Originally scheduled for April 25, 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 Villages of Kapolei celebrates spring with this free, open-to-the-public community fair. Peruse crafts, sample food from vendors, and enjoy live entertainment, a keiki play zone, and other surprises. Vendors/Sponsors: Contact email@example.com for more information. Villages of Kapolei Recreation Center, 9am-2pm.
POSTPONED: Maluʻohai Community Garage Sale
Originally scheduled for April 25, 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. Find bargains and hidden treasures at this neighborhood garage sale. Village of Maluʻohai (entrance on Kapolei Parkway at Maluʻohai St.), 8am-1pm. [More Info]
Sat., Aug. 15: Deadbeats @ Kapolei Events Center
Originally scheduled for March 28, this event was rescheduled. 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]
Sat., Oct. 24: 10th Annual Leeward Music Festival
Originally scheduled for Apr. 4, but postponed due to Coronavirus concerns. An accomplished lineup of performers — from six-year-old classical piano competition winner Angela Jiang, to 70s-era Hawaiian music duo Leon & Malia — perform at this celebration of musical talent on the west side. Kroc Center, 6:45pm. Tickets $8 adults, $5 children. [More Info & Ticket Instructions]