Programs and events that educate and empower the LGBTQIA+ community. Please contact event organizers for the latest details.

If youʻd like to have your event listed, email us at Calendar@HawaiiLGBTlegacy.com. Mahalo.


Hawaiʻi Youth Social Justice Virtual Film Festival

Online

Through its roster of over 30 short films, the festival will spark conversations on pressing topics impacting our youth communities, including mental health, living in times of a pandemic, friendship, disordered eating habits, seeking support from parents, experiences of stereotyping, prejudice and racism, sex-ed, speaking up, and how to take care of our environment.  The … Continue reading Hawaiʻi Youth Social Justice Virtual Film Festival

Hula’s Catamaran Saturdays

Hula's Bar & Lei Stand 134 Kapahulu AvenueHonolulu,

Get together with friends old and new for a fun boat ride with Hulaʻs Catamaran Saturdays. Meet at Hula’s Bar and Lei Stand (reservations recommended, walk-ins accepted based on availability) 134 Kapahulu Avenue, Waikiki Grand Hotel – Enter Through Lobby by 1:45pm – 2:00pm. The group will be escorted to the board which will set … Continue reading Hula’s Catamaran Saturdays

Hawaiʻiʻ Peopleʻs Fund 50th Anniversary Bash

Church of the Crossroads 1212 University Avenue, Honolulu, HI

Spend an evening with a room full of Hawaiʻiʻs progressive movers & shakers at the very spot where it all began. Join the Hawaiʻi Peopleʻs Fund on Saturday, December 10th at Church of the Crossroads. Link up with comrades old and new, enjoy a delicious spread from Kamoaʻs Kitchen, specialty beers from Waikīkī Brewing Co., … Continue reading Hawaiʻiʻ Peopleʻs Fund 50th Anniversary Bash

Aloha Bears Booze Cruise & Toy Drive

Bacchus Waikiki 408 Lewers Street, Honolulu, HI

The Aloha Bearsʻ popular Second Sunday Catamaran Cruise sets sail on Sunday, December 11th, and, to share some holiday love, theyʻll be collecting toys to donate to Shriners Hospital.* Ticket purchasers meet at 11:30 a.m. at Bacchus Waikiki, 408 Lewers Street. You'll check in, meet and greet other passengers and enjoy a cocktail or two. … Continue reading Aloha Bears Booze Cruise & Toy Drive

Through December 31: GSA Network

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The Hawai‘i Department of Health Sexual & Gender Minority (SGM) Workgroup is dedicated to providing guidance and resources for the diverse needs of the local SGM community. Theyʻre compiling a network of Genders & Sexualities Alliances (GSA) clubs in the state of Hawai'i to better serve our SGM youth and adolescents. If your school has a GSA, please help … Continue reading Through December 31: GSA Network

Mālama Māmā and Keiki Market

Waiwai Collective, the group of Native Hawaiian entrepreneurs sharing kuleana and passion for uplifting the lāhui, is hosting a unique Pop Up market at their Mōʻiliʻili location on December 17. In collaboration with MMK (Mālama Māmā and Keiki) it will feature vendors selling crafts, plants, and ono food and include live music, a lion dance, … Continue reading Mālama Māmā and Keiki Market

All Sports Leagues Holiday Charity Party

Atlas Honolulu 2012 S. BeretaniaHonolulu,

Atlas Honolulu welcomes all Hawaiʻi LGBTQ+ sports leagues to come on down, bring a toy for the Toys For Tots drive, dance the night away, and show your team and sports spirit! A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Aikāne ‘Ohana, supporting Hawai'i LGBTQ sports leagues, clubs, and organizations. For more information, click here.

Kalani Pe‘a’s Hawaiian Christmas

Hawaii Theatre 1130 Bethel Street, Honolulu, HI

Kalani Pe‘a’s Hawaiian Christmas show is a celebration of the warmth and special “aloha” of the Holiday Season, sharing much-loved songs from both western and Hawaiian roots. A three-time Grammy winner (3 CD releases, 3 Grammys!), Kalani is a charismatic performer with a gorgeous voice, powerful presence, and captivating style not-to-be-missed. The first Hawaiian performer … Continue reading Kalani Pe‘a’s Hawaiian Christmas

Martin Luther King Day

Join the community in honoring Martin Luther King Jr. and his dream of creating the Beloved Community. Planned local MLK Day events include: If youʻre searching for a way to honor and celebrate civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., consider visiting the AmeriCorps website and participating in The Martin Luther King Jr. Day of … Continue reading Martin Luther King Day

Black History Month

Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. A great resource to learn more about LGBTQIA+ people and Black History is the BlackPast website. Learn more by clicking here. Visit the National Museum of African American History & Culture website … Continue reading Black History Month