Discover Hawaii's rich culture and diversity at one
of the many festivals and events occurring throughout
the year. The unique traditions and warm aloha spirit of Oahu comes from its people. Nicknamed "The Gathering Place",
Oahu is a melting pot of cultures and throughout the year, the many cultural festivities and traditions give residents
and visitors many reasons to celebrate.
Take the opportunity to embrace the multi-cultural heritage, deep traditions and customs that are unique to our island. Delight your palate at
a culinary event featuring one of the island's renowned chefs, immerse yourself in another world at one of Oahu's many cultural festivals
celebrating Hawaii's diverse backgrounds, or feel the rhythm of the islands at an outdoor concert under the stars. There is sure to be
something for everyone.
KCC FARMER'S MARKET
7:30 am to 11 am
Kapiolani Community College
Parking Lot C
4303 Diamond Head Rd.
Come early for the hot breakfast plates, prepared by a different restaurant each week, and stay for the fresh produce from Nalo Farms and Blue Lotus Farms, baked goods from KCC's culinary students, and locally made tropical jams and jellies, cheeses, and honey from Naked Cow Dairy, Latitude 22, and Big Island Bees.
ART AT THE ZOO FENCE
Every Weekend - Ongoing
Every weekend since July of 1954 hundreds of original paintings prints, and photos have been on display
at the zoo fence and dozens of fine artists are on hand to meet. If you're visiting Honolulu, Art At
The Zoo Fence is only a two-block walk from Waikiki. If you're lucky enough to live here, you can park
at the Kapiolani Park Bandstand free parking lot just across Monsarrat Avenue from the Honolulu Zoo.