Kapolei Events Calendar

January Events

Fri., January 18: Boys Basketball @ Kapolei High

Kapolei hosts Waipahu. Kapolei High Gym. JV game at 5:30, Varsity game 7pm. [More Info]

Sat., January 19: Family Fit Fest

A kids’ obstacle course, yoga, and a hula hoop workout are the features of this family-friendly fitness event. Food and shopping booths too. The Lawn at Kapolei Commons, 5pm-9pm. [More Info]

Sat., January 19: Bike, Car, and Truck Show to Benefit Kapolei High’s Band

The Kapolei High choir and band are trying to get to Anaheim, and the Divine Guardians Motorcycle Club is helping them get there. Trophies and contests, a 50/50 raffle, and other events. $5 entry. Kapolei High, 5pm-9pm [More Info]

Sun., Jan. 20: The Party Store Grand Opening

Face painting, balloon twisting, popcorn, cotton candy, plus special guests and giveaways. The Party Store, Ka Makana Ali‘i, Noon-6pm [More Info]

Mon., Jan. 21: Lā Mālama @ Pu‘uokapolei

Join the monthly cleanup at this historic cultural site. You’ll be removing invasive plants and trash—but before that, you’ll get a short lesson on the history of the area from its caretakers. Kapolei Regional Park, near the skate park, 9am-Noon

Weds., January 23: Boys Basketball @ Kapolei High

Kapolei hosts Radford. Kapolei High Gym. JV game at 5:30, Varsity game 7pm. [More Info]

Fri., Jan. 25 & Sat., Jan. 26: Go For Broke movie screening

This award-winning dramatization tells the origin stories of the most highly decorated unit in US military history, the Japanese-American 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team, and Military Intelligence Service. Original score by Jake Shimabukuro. Sales benefit the Kapolei Jaycees. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. Hawaii Tokai International College Auditorium, 6pm [Buy Tickets]

Sat., Jan. 26: Villages of Kapolei Community Cleanup

VOKA’s annual cleanup day, picking up trash around neglected zones. Bring gloves—other supplies, plus light refreshments, provided. Meet in the Kapolei Recreation Center parking lot at 7am.

Tues., January 29: Boys Basketball @ Kapolei High

Two of the top OIA West teams meet as Kapolei hosts Mililani. Kapolei High Gym. JV game at 5:30, Varsity game 7pm. [More Info]

February Events

Sat., Feb. 2: Makahiki Games

Compete in traditional Hawaiian games, including: moa pāhe‘e, ulu maika, kūkini, ‘ō‘ō ihe, kōnane, hukihuki, hana hei and he‘e hōlua. Sponsored by Ulu A’e Learning Center. Kapolei Regional Park. Register at 3:30pm if you want to compete. Games start at 4pm [More Info]

Weds, Feb. 6: Kapolei Public Library Book Club

The group will discuss A Gentleman In Moscow by Amor Towles. Register at the library in person of via phone. Kapolei Public Library, 6:30pm-7:30pm [More Info]

Sat. Feb. 9: Villages of Kapolei Swap Meet

Get treasures for your home, eat from food trucks, and let the keiki play at this money-saving event. Or become a vendor and make money. Next to Kapolei Elementary School, 8am-Noon. [More Info]

Thurs., Feb. 14: Valentine’s Day Dinners

Special menus from Longhi’s Ko Olina, Mina’s Fish House.

Thurs., Feb. 14: Kapena Valentine’s Day Show

The long-time, much-loved, high-energy family band plays Hawaiian favorites for Valentine’s Day. A Hawaiian food buffet is part of the $35 per person ticket. The Ville @ Park Row, 7pm-1pm, Reservations Required. [More Info]

Tues., Feb. 19 – Thurs., Feb. 21: ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Film Festival

To celebrate ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Month, UH-West Oʻahu presents three relevant films: Out of State (showing Tues., 2/19, a Q&A with director Ciara Lacy follows), the ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Moana (showing Weds. 2/20), and Hae Hawaiʻi (showing Thurs., 2/21, a Q&A with director Ty Sanga follows). ‘Uluʻulu Exhibit Space at James & Abigail Campbell Library. All three films start at 12:30pm. [More Info]

March Events

Sat., March 30: Women United Chocolate, Champagne & Couture For-A-Cause
A special event benefitting women and families in Hawaii, hosted Aloha United Way Women United. Delectable dishes, champagne toasts, fine chocolate, and pampering, plus a fashion show by Nordstrom. [More Info]

April Events

Weds., April 17-Sat., April 20: LPGA Lotte Championship

Local legend Michelle Wie and the rest of the world’s best female golfers compete. Watch from the tees, fairways, or greens. Mobile beer carts keep you hydrated. Ko Olina Golf Club, all day. [More Info]

Ongoing Events: Daily & Weekly

Every Night: Stars Above Hawai‘i

Learn Wayfinding Polynesian star navigation and Hawai‘i star-lines; and tour the galaxy with giant computerized telescope. Reservations required — visit website for latest ticket prices. Various Ko Olina resorts, 8pm. [More Info]

Mondays & Thursdays: Keiki Storytime

Storytime for preschool age children. Themed stories, fingerplays, and songs, plus a related activity after. Kapolei Public Library, 10am. [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. 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.

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]

Thursdays: Mākeke Kapolei: A Farmers’ and Green Market

Fruits and veggies from local farms, plus local products like honey, salsa, and jewelry. Food trucks on hand too. Kapolei High Parking Lot, 3pm-7pm. [More Info]

Thursdays: Hawaiian Time Thursday @ The Ville

A rotating cast of Hawaiian-style musicians play, plus Heineken drink specials. See their Instagram account for an updated schedule. The Ville at Park Row, usually from 7:30pm-10pm.

Thursdays: Hui Hookup Night @ Plantation Tavern

This local-food-focused restaurant serves a special value menu meant to serve 3-4 people.

Saturdays: Bleizn FX Car Cruising Nights (Car Show)

Car fanatics bring their rides out for folks to drool over. Kapolei Walmart Parking Lot, 6pm-10pm. [More Info]

Saturdays: Salsa Night @ Limon

DJs spin salsa music, the floor is open for dancing, and there’s a special food and drink menu. Limon Rotisserie, 10pm-2am.

Ongoing Events: Biweekly

Every Other Wednesday: Paint Nite at Takumi

Sit outside at Takumi’s covered patio, and art instructor will lead you through creating an original painting on canvas. Live music, too. Takumi Japanese Restaurant, 7pm, $45 per person. [Buy Tickets]

1st and 3rd Wednesdays: Phoenix Rising Kapolei Toastmasters

Members develop communication and leadership skills. All are welcome. University of Phoenix Kapolei, Room 116/117. [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 Lougne 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!