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The 48th Annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival offers 10 days of events, activities and entertainment. - Photo: Courtesy Kona Coffee Cultural Festival

Kona Coffee Cultural Festival

Nov. 9 to 18

The 48th annual festival “toasts the roast” in celebration of the 2018 coffee harvest. Visit www.konacoffeefest.com for details on events at the 10 day festival, and follow on social media at @konacoffeefest.

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The 48th Annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival offers 10 days of events, activities and entertainment. – Photo: Courtesy Kona Coffee Cultural Festival

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Halloween Zombie Shoot. – Photo: Courtesy Hawai‘i Extreme Paintball

Halloween Zombie Shoot

Through Nov. 2, 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Play paintball with a purpose to support the Nānākuli Housing Corporation, a nonprofit that helps Native Hawaiians become homeowners. $25 includes a paintball gun rental and 50 paintballs. Hawai‘i Extreme Paintball, 91-1041 Midway Road, Bldg. 187, Kapolei. For information, call Mike at 838-9324 or Shanna 367-2917.


10th Annual Makahiki Maoli Festival

Nov. 3, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Support Pūnana Leo o Honolulu with traditional games, entertainment and hula, ‘ono food, crafts, demonstrations and a silent auction. Free. Bishop Museum, www.facebook.com/MakahikiMaoliFestival. Proudly supported by an Office of Hawaiian Affairs ‘Ahahui Grant.


Visionary futures, future visionaries

Nov. 3, 5 to 9 p.m.

The Hawai‘i People’s Fund is throwing a 46th anniversary bash by envisioning the next 45 years. Dress in futurist garb and bring your vision for 2063. $25-$1,000. Church of the Crossroads, www.hawaiipeoplesfund.org.


Hawai‘i Rise Community Day

Nov. 4, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Hawai‘i Rise Foundation invites the community to participate in cultural activity workshops to gain new skills and experiences; enjoy music, dance and speeches from local keiki, musicians and educators; and learn more about programs, services and resources available from organizations across the community. Free. Kawanakoa Gym (Keaukaha Gym), tentative, keaukahageneralstore.com. Proudly supported by an Office of Hawaiian Affairs ‘Ahahui Grant.


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Rare archival Bishop Museum film footage of classic hula kahiko. – Photo: Courtesy Bishop Museum

Hula Kahiko Film Treasures

Nov. 10, noon and 2 p.m.

Bishop Museum Historian DeSoto Brown presents “Hula of Old Hawai‘i,” “Ka Po‘e Hula Hawai‘i,” and Ho‘olaule‘a,” featuring archival film footage and hula history. Free with museum admission. Bishop Museum, Pākī 1, www.bishopmuseum.org.

 


Hui Kalo: Lo‘i to Opu

Nov. 10 and 24

The community is invited to harvest and plant kalo in the lo‘i fields in Waipi‘o Valley on Nov. 10, then come to a Thanksgiving lū‘au on Nov. 24 at Kanaka O Puna Farm in Pāhoa, which starts with preparing the lū‘au harvested in Waipi‘o. Free. Follow @kanakaopuna and @ohahawaii on social media for upcoming details. Proudly supported by an Office of Hawaiian Affairs ‘Ahahui Grant.


Kanikapila with Pōmaika‘i Lyman

Nov. 10, 5:30 p.m.

Kailua’s monthly music series features Pōmaika‘i Lyman. Free. Kailua Town Center parking garage, behind Longs Drugs.


Hula Ma‘i: Procreation Chants and Dances

Nov. 15, 6 to 7:30 p.m.

Kumu Hula Hōkūlani Holt of Pā‘ū o Hi‘iaka and University of Hawai‘i Maui College discusses traditional procreation chants and dances that encourage the continuation of ali‘i family lines. Parental discretion advised. $10, free for members. Bishop Museum Atherton Hālau, www.bishopmuseum.org.


Aloha for the King: A Tribute to King David Kalākaua

Nov. 16, 7 p.m.

PA‘I Foundation presents a mo‘olelo storytelling festival as part of Ho‘oulu: The King Kalākaua Era. Kumu Hula Robert Uluwehi Cazimero, Hālau Nā Kamalei O Lililehua, Kumu Hula Michael Pili Pang, Hālau Hula Ka No‘eau, Vicky & Jeff Takamine, Pua Ali‘i ‘Ilima, the Kawika Trask Trio, storyteller Moses Goods and special guest artists will celebrate the king’s birthday with oli, mele and hula. Doris Duke Theatre, honolulumuseum.org. Proudly supported by an Office of Hawaiian Affairs ‘Ahahui Grant.


The Hawaiian ‘Ukulele Experience

Nov. 16 to 18, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The ‘Ukulele Guild of Hawai‘i and Bishop Museum present builder and player workshops on Nov. 16 and an exhibition of custom and vintage ‘ukulele and kanikapila Nov. 17 and 18. Free with museum admission. Workshops, Pākī Hall; Exhibition, Hawaiian Hall Atrium & Courtyard, www.bishopmuseum.org.


Moaninuiākea: One Ocean, One People, One CANOE

Nov. 18, 6:30 p.m. to 9:15 p.m.

The Hawai‘i International Film Festival closes with the premiere of a film celebrating Hōkūle‘a’s historic Worldwide Voyage. $14. Hawai‘i Theatre Center, www.hiff.org.


Hawaiian Mission Houses Annual Holiday Craft Fair

Nov. 24, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives hosts one of Honolulu’s oldest craft fairs and features only local crafters and items made in Hawai‘i. Free. Hawaiian Mission Houses, www.missionhouses.org.


‘Artist to Artist’ with Henry Kapono and Keola Beamer

Nov. 25, 7 p.m.

Keola Beamer is the guest for this installment of Henry Kapono’s duo concert series, where musicians share the stories behind the songs during an evening of music and talk story. $25-65. Kahilu Theatre, kahilutheatre.org, (808) 885-6868.