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WAIKIKI EVENTS- OCTOBER 2014

WINDWARD HOOLAULEA 2014

October 4, 2014

Join us for the 14th Annual Windward Ho'olaule'a: A Homegrown Celebration at Windward Community College featuring top island entertainment, ono food, keiki rides, arts and crafts, a Silent Auction, and fun activities for the whole family!  10am-8pm. Windward Community College.

40TH ANNUAL HONOLULU INTERTRIBAL POWWOW

October 4-5, 2014

The Oahu Intertribal Council is hosting its 40th Annual Powwow. Thomas Square Park in downtown Honolulu. The theme this year is "Honoring Our Elders".  The event which will feature dancing, drumming, singing, stories, American Indian & Native Alaskan handmade arts, crafts, and jewelry as well as traditional native foods.  We are welcoming several Native drum groups from California, Washington, and Canada this year. Free. 10am-5pm.

CHILDREN AND YOUTH DAY (21ST ANNUAL)

October 5, 2014

With hundreds of booths, food trucks, five stages of live music covering the State Capital, I'olani Palace, the grounds of the Office of the Mayor of Honolulu and the Judiciary Building. It's the largest children's event in the State.  10am-3pm.

WIKI WIKI ONE DAY VINTAGE COLLECTIBLES & HAWAIIANA SHOW

October 5, 2014

Great buys in antiques, Hawaiiana, art, estate jewelry, vintage fashion, dolls, tribal art, beads, tiki, gold & silver, koa, furniture, kimono, kitchenware, ukuleles, toys, kokeshi, Mid-Century décor, ivory, Chinese & Japanese antiques, Mings jewelry, Niihau shell leis, lauhala hats, stamps, coins, shabby chic, Victorian, sports cards, Hawaiian Monarchy items, prints, textiles, postcards, aloha shirts, lighters and more!  Blaisdell Hawaii Suites. GA $4.50.  10:30am-4:30pm.

HISPANIC HERITAGE FESTIVAL AND HEALTH FAIR

October 11, 2014

At this family friendly event, there will be lots of live entertainment, food booths, crafts, cultural displays, specialty booths, children's activities and information from different community/health agencies. The Low-Riders Pride Car Club of Hawaii presents a display of cars and bikes.  We are asking every single person, adult and child to donate one can of food which will go to the Hawaii Food Bank, or any type of school supplies that will go to keiki at a school we adopt. Drop these off at the volunteer booth.  10am-6pm. Kapiolani Park Bandstand. Free.

OH BABY! FAMILY EXPO 2014

October 11-12, 2014

The Oh Baby! Family Expo 2014 is “Hawaii's Largest Baby & Kids Expo“featuring the latest products and services for your young family from over 150 exhibitors. There will also be expert speakers and demonstrations, entertainment and activities for the whole family to enjoy.  At this year's show we will also be introducing the Hawaii Toy & Game Expo were you and the kids can “Come out and play and experience the fun! “. At the show will be the Hawaii Party Expo where our vendors make it easy to plan for that next big family event. Neal Blaisdell Center-Exhibition Hall.  10am-5pm

CURRENT AFFAIRS CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY WITH HEROES OF ALOHA CHARITY

October 18, 2014

The event will feature a special one-night only screening of Legends of the Knight; a Super Hero costume parade; Hero Recognition Awards ceremony; food and beverage options; and more.  Waikiki Shell.  Individual tickets are $30 for general seating, $20 lawn seating for adults and $10 lawn seating for keiki. Table sponsorships are also available.   Waikiki Shell.  4:30pm-8pm.

26TH ANNUAL TALK STORY FESTIVAL

October 17-18, 2014

Don’t miss this extremely popular event showcasing of the islands best story tellers.  On Friday night, nine storytellers take the stage to share their spooky stories, while Madam Pele & Hi'iaka Epics are the topic on Saturday night.  Huge crowds are expected so get there early to get a seat.  Video will be projected next to the screen and sign language interpreters will be on hand.  Each performer gets 20 minutes.  Gates open at 5pm.  Show is from 6pm-9:30pm.

BAYFEST HAWAII

October 17-19, 2014

It’s back and better than ever.  Enjoy concerts from Uncle Kracker, Smashmouth, Capital Cities, Rodney Atkins and Rose Falcon, carnival rides, military displays, The Red Bull Street Bike Demo team and an amazing fireworks show. $5 entry, $35 for concerts. 5pm-1am. Sunday 12pm-10pm.

OPEN COCKPIT DAY

October 18, 2014

Here’s your chance to climb into the cockpit of several historic aircraft and talk story with pilots.  Flight suits, helmets and fund provided.  Pacific Aviation Museum.  10am-4pm.  Free with admission.

CURRENT AFFAIRS CELEBRATES 30TH ANNIVERSARY WITH HEROES OF ALOHA CHARITY

October 18, 2014

The event will feature a special one-night only screening of Legends of the Knight; a Super Hero costume parade; Hero Recognition Awards ceremony; food and beverage options; and more.  Waikiki Shell.  Individual tickets are $30 for general seating, $20 lawn seating for adults and $10 lawn seating for keiki. Table sponsorships are also available.   Waikiki Shell.  4:30pm-8pm.

HONOLULU NIGHT MARKET

October 18, 2014

The Folks behind Eat the Street bring this monthly art event to Kaka'ako.  Food, art and fashion will close Auahi Street down from Keawe to Coral as artist’s food trucks, live entertainment and more fill the streets from 6pm-11pm.

SUSAN G. KOMEN HAWAII RACE FOR THE CURE

October 19, 2014

20 years after it first started, the Susan G. Komen is now the world’s largest and most successful education and fundraising event for breast cancer ever created.  The 5k around Kapiolani Park is open to runners of all ages and fitness levels, from walkers to elite runners. 7am-1pm.

ART + FLEA

October 23, 2014

Over 60 vendors gather behind Marukai Market for this popular urban market.  Find deals from local artists, food vendors, and live entertainment the last Thursday of each month. 4pm-9pm.  1020 Auahi Street.

SOCIETY OF SEVEN RETURNS TO HONOLULU

October 25, 2014

It’s been 5 long years, but founding SOS members Tony Ruivivar and Bert Sagum are returning for two shows on one night only.  Special guest star Lhey Bella is sure to deliver.  First show, 630pm., Second show at 9pm.  Ala Moana Hotel. 

TARANG WITH KENNY ENDO

October 25, 2014

Abhijit Banerjee’s Tarang and ensemble of classical Indian Musicians, collaborate with Hawaii’s taiko drum Phenom, Kenny Endo in order to perform traditional Indian music with a very modern and multi-cultural twist.  $30. 

HAWAIIAN HERITAGE HOSPITALITY FORUM

October 31, 2014

With its diverse and unique history it is imperative that Hawai’i maintain and preserve the state’s significant sites.  This one-day forum will bring members of the travel industry and Hawai’i heritage stewards together in order to explore ways in which historic and cultural-oriented travel can contribute to perseverance Hawaii’s unique sense of place and provides a high-quality experience for visitors.  $150.  Keynote featured speaker Andrew Te Whaiti luncheon-only tickets are $100.  8am-3pm.  


News & Events

WINDWARD HOOLAULEA 2014

October 4, 2014

Join us for the 14th Annual Windward Ho'olaule'a: A Homegrown Celebration at Windward Community Coll
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Imperial Resort

The Imperial Hawaii Vacation Club (“Club”) is a time share property in Waikiki, Oahu, Hawaii.  The Club is part of the Imperial Hawaii Resort ("Project") located at 205 Lewers Street, Honolulu, Hawaii.  The Project includes 375 "Apartments," consisting of 270 apartments, 13 commercial units and 92 parking stalls.


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205 Lewers Street
Honolulu, HI 96815
Ph: 808-923-1827
Fax:808-921-7586
Toll-Free Reservations:
800-347-2582
 

 

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