Drive down to this eclectic market complete with crafters, farmers, and bakers. If you want to get a taste of local produce, this is for you! If you can’t make it to the Kakaako event, don’t fear—there are markets all around the islands on various days.
A Brewer’s Paina and Art Auction | Courtyard King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel (Big Island) | March 12, 6 p.m. | $100
This ocean-side feast takes place in beautiful Kona. Each course features locally-sourced, fresh goods and is expertly paired with Kona Brewing Company beers. Art and culture will also be featured through entertainment and a silent auction.
Red Dress Ball | Hula’s Bar & Lei Stand (Oahu)| March 14, 9 p.m. Doors, 10 p.m. | $10 suggested donation
This event is a fun way to fundraise for Life Foundation. Wear red as support of the universal color for AIDS awareness, and take part in this exciting night of performances, raffles, and so much more!
Sundance Shortslab: Honolulu | Honolulu Museum of Art: Doris Duke Theatre (Oahu) | March 21–March 22, noon
Aspiring filmmakers have a chance to learn about making short films directly from Sundance Institute staff and seasoned directors. This two-day lab consists of panels, screenings, and even opportunities to network.
Prince Kuhio Celebration: Makauwahi Cave Tour | Makauwahi Reserve at Mahaulepu (Kauai) | March 26, 9 a.m. | $10
Take part in this rich-in-history hike to Makauwahi Cave. Known as the richest fossil site in the Hawaiian Islands, this 17-acre area serves to interpret dynamic ancient Hawaiian history of plant, animal, and human activity.