Kalani Pe’a - Two Time Grammy® Winner
Nov
14
7:30 PM19:30

Kalani Pe’a - Two Time Grammy® Winner

Kalani Pe’a’s debut album E Walea took home the Grammy® Award for “Best Regional Roots Music Album.” Critics rave citing his “distinguished…flair for Hawaiian-language composition, a talent for fusing traditional and contemporary elements into his music, and his wide, expressive vocal range” (Maui News).

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Na Leo Hawaiian Holidays Concert
Dec
21
4:00 PM16:00

Na Leo Hawaiian Holidays Concert

Na Leo Pilimehana (Na Leo) is returning to the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern Califorinia (JCCCNC/the Center) where they performed to a sold-out crowd in 2014 and 2016. For this benefit Hawaiian Holidays Concert, Na Leo will perform holiday classics, some of their popular hits and songs from their new album “Beautiful Day,” on Saturday, December 21, 2019. Concert only and a VIP ticket package is available (see below). Proceeds from this event will support the Center.

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Best of Kalapana - Remembering Malani
Oct
6
5:00 PM17:00

Best of Kalapana - Remembering Malani

Kalapana emerged as one of the most popular bands on the Hawaiian music scene in the '70s, producing a steady stream of hits. Their 1975 debut album was hailed as one of the best of the mid-70s Hawaiian renaissance. Tracks like “Naturally,” “Nightbird,” “The Hurt,” “You Make It Hard” and “When the Morning Comes” became household tunes and still enjoy frequent play on contemporary Hawaiian radio.

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SF Aloha Run
Sep
22
8:00 AM08:00

SF Aloha Run

With a spectacular view of the Golden Gate Bridge, runners/walkers of all abilities will enjoy the incredible scenery of Crissy Field, Hawaiian style music and entertainment, tasty Aloha treats, and children’s activities.

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UH Alumni & Friends Mixer in San Jose
Sep
10
5:30 PM17:30

UH Alumni & Friends Mixer in San Jose

Dean Vance Roley, Shidler College of Business and Dean Brennon Morioka, College of Engineering, invite Shidler and College of Engineering alumni to attend a joint networking mixer in San Jose, California. We invite you to enjoy delicious appetizers and network with Shidler and Engineering alumni and friends.

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Faith Ako at the Reno Aloha Festival
Aug
24
10:00 AM10:00

Faith Ako at the Reno Aloha Festival

A special performance by traditional and contemporary Hawaiian Musician Faith Ako. She has received various awards such as Hawai’i Music Awards, Best Traditional Hawaiian Album of the Year, and Best New Artist of the Year. She has also been recognized by the Hawai’i Chamber of Commerce of Northern California for the Kulia I Ka Nu’u Award Strive for the Summit Award.

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46th Annual Nihonmachi Street Fair
Aug
3
to Aug 4

46th Annual Nihonmachi Street Fair

This year's Fair will be held on the weekend of August 3 & 4 from 11am - 6pm in San Francisco's Japantown (on Post Street between Laguna and Fillmore Streets). Bring the entire family even your fur baby for 2 full days of activities, performances and just good fun!

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UHAA: NorCal Student Sendoff
Jul
28
11:00 AM11:00

UHAA: NorCal Student Sendoff

Join the University of Hawai‘i Office of Alumni Relations and the Office of Admissions in saying “Aloha!” to UH Mānoa’s newest students and family in Northern California. Join your fellow alumni at SOMA Eats on Spear Street to enjoy socializing, pūpūs, and celebrating our alma mater!

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University of Hawaiʻi Foundation Alumni Relations: History of Surfing
Jun
13
5:30 PM17:30

University of Hawaiʻi Foundation Alumni Relations: History of Surfing

Join us in exploring the history of #surfing in Hawai‘i with renowned historians and alumni John Clark and Ian ‘Akahi Masterson. Learn more about the history of traditional Hawaiian surf sports, discover their cultural significance and participate in an in-depth Q&A with John and Ian. Space is limited and registration is required! To RSVP online: uhhistoryofsurfing.eventbrite.com/ #UHohana

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Hālau o Keikialiʻi: Make a Lei for Mothers Day!
May
11
12:00 PM12:00

Hālau o Keikialiʻi: Make a Lei for Mothers Day!

Come learn the the Art of Lei Wili (winding style). Learn the basics of lei making, the importance of preparation and protocol with hands on, step-by-step instructions. Lei making is therapeutic and one of the best hand-made gifts you can offer someone. It is an ancient art that helps to connect you with nature and to the traditions of Hawaii. Join us in this fun class! 4 classes to choose from!

Saturday, May 11, 2019

12:00-2:00pm
$45 per person (all materials included)

Kaululehua Hawaiian Cult. Ctr
423 Baden Ave, SSF CA 94080
Rsvp today! keikialii@outlook.com - (415) 531-7285

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