Projects and events that educate, unify and empower LGBTQ+ people as integral members of Hawai’i’s larger diverse community.
To have your program listed, contact: calendar@hawaiilgbtlegacy.com Please note, the Hawai’i LGBT Legacy Foundation (HLLF) provides this calendar as a service to the community. For more information about particular listings, please contact the presenting organizations, not HLLF. Read our disclaimer hereMahalo. 


Bystander Intervention to Address Trans* Equality

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Right To Be (formerly Hollaback!) is a nonprofit working to end harassment -- in all its forms. They provide a range of training experiences and their June 22 webinar is a one-hour, interactive training on Right To Be’s 5Ds of bystander intervention methodology -- Distract, Delegate, Document, Delay and Direct -- as it relates to Transphobic … Continue reading Bystander Intervention to Address Trans* Equality

Hilo Pride Luau

Fairway Grill 340 Haihai StreetHilo,

Come celebrate the beauty and diversity of our East Hawai'i community at the Hilo Pride Lu'au with a feast fit for a QUEEN! Your ticket includes a lei greeting, free pupu's, a full Hawaiian food buffet, a non-alcoholic beverage and dessert. The show will include a Tahitian Revue with a twist by Merahi Productions, live … Continue reading Hilo Pride Luau

Hawaiʻi Island LGBTQ Pride

The Hawai'i Island LGBTQ Pride Committee works together with many community partners to create events year round for the LGBTQ community and their ʻohana of supporters. Their main focus is an annual gathering of the beautiful, diverse Big Island community in a fun, casual setting. For more information about Hawaiʻi Island LGBTQ Pride, click here.

Honolulu AIDS Walk & Community Picnic

Kapiolani Regional Park 3840 Paki Avenue, Honolulu, HI

Join us on Saturday, June 25 for the Honolulu AIDS Walk and our FREE Community Picnic in Kapiʻolani Park from 8am - 3pm. The theme of this year’s Walk is And Our Walk Continues..., a tribute to the long rich history of the Honolulu AIDS Walk, while looking to the future with hope. The Community Picnic, immediately … Continue reading Honolulu AIDS Walk & Community Picnic

Community Picnic

Kapioani Park HI

Join Hawaiʻiʻs LGBTQIA2S+ community on June 25 at the Pride Community Picnic. Hosted by the Hawaiʻi LGBT Legacy Foundation and the Hawai'i Health & Harm Reduction Center (HHHRC), the FREE Picnic will take place in Kapiolani Park, immediately following the 2022 Honolulu AIDS Walk. Spend the morning supporting HHHRC and their work building awareness and … Continue reading Community Picnic

Spill The Tea Cafe Youth Pride Fest

Spill The Tea Cafe 1034 Queen StreetHonolulu,

Join Spill The Tea Cafeʻs 1st Annual Youth Pride Fest! In honor of Pride month, celebrate LGBTQIA+ youth with games, music, activities food ad more. For more information, click here. Spill The Tea provides a safe space for teens where they can hang out, drink boba, play games, study, and join group therapy. Read Spill … Continue reading Spill The Tea Cafe Youth Pride Fest

C’mon! Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu

The Cathedral of St. Andrew 229 Queen Emma SquareHonolulu,

Celebrate with the Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu at their Summer Concert C'mon! They'll be praising famous men and the beauty of our island home, and dancing through life with guest artists. Two Showtimes: 4 p.m. pm and 7 p.m. at the Tenney Theatre at St. Andrew’s Cathedral. Find more concert information here Purchase Tickets … Continue reading C’mon! Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu

Cheers Queers Pride Drag Brunch

SKY Waikiki Raw & Bar 2270 Kalakaua AvenueHonolulu,

Mimosas, drag queens, food, and music - oh my! Join Roatary E-Club and HHHRC for a fun and fabulous drag brunch to celebrate the kick-off of Pride summer and support the Honolulu AIDS Walk. Ticket includes admission and one complimentary mimosa. Food and drinks are ala carte and can be ordered off of the menu. … Continue reading Cheers Queers Pride Drag Brunch

Pride Rollout

Magic Island 1201 Ala Moana BlvdHonolulu,

In celebration of National Pride Month, Rollerskate Oahu and Kelli With An Eye Photography are hosting a Pride Rollout on Magic Island on June 26, from 5pm-9pm. Itʻs a fundraiser in support of HHHRC and Honolulu Pride and everyone is welcome: skaters, skateboarders, bicyclists, unicycle riders, joggers, walkers and sashay-ers. Join in for a fun, … Continue reading Pride Rollout

Through June 30 | Canʻt Cancel Pride: Proud AND Together

iHeartMedia

P&G and iHeartMedia once again joined forces for the return of “Can’t Cancel Pride”, a virtual relief benefit for the LGBTQ+ community featuring performances and appearances from the most influential voices in the community as well as the biggest names in culture and entertainment. Watch the show on demand through June 30th on iHeartRadio’s Facebook … Continue reading Through June 30 | Canʻt Cancel Pride: Proud AND Together

Rainbow Town Hall: A Policy Forum

Waiwai Collective 1100 University Ave, Honolulu, HI

The next Rainbow Town Hall will be a discussion of policy issues featuring Kim Coco Iwamoto, Patrick Branco, Tyler Dos Santos-Tam and Adrian Tam. Join the conversation, ask questions, and hear what they envision for a better Hawai'i. This free event will be in-person at Ka Waiwai, and registration is required. To reserve your spot, … Continue reading Rainbow Town Hall: A Policy Forum

Fathers & …

@honolulupride

Community members from the full spectrum of sexuality and family composition share their experiences with their own fathers, and how they understand their role as paternal nurturers today in this portrait project by Kimo Lauer for Fatherʻs Day 2022. “FATHERS & …” is a project of the Hawaiʻi LGBT Legacy Foundation. Presented by Central Pacific … Continue reading Fathers & …

Serve Saturday: A Benefit for the Hawaiʻi LGBTQ Volleyball League

Hula's Bar & Lei Stand 134 Kapahulu Ave, Honolulu, HI

Ho'ōkahi wai o ka like aloha (All the same, harmonious in unity) is the motto of Hawaii’s newest LGBTQ+ sports organization - the Hawai'i LGBTQ Volleyball League. The league is open to anyone age 18 and above and welcomes anyone whether you identify as gay, lesbian, transgender, bisexual, queer or mahu. They also welcome everyone … Continue reading Serve Saturday: A Benefit for the Hawaiʻi LGBTQ Volleyball League

Let Her Play: The importance of pro-social activities for LGBTQ+ people.

Online

In this FREE training, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Division Safe Spaces Committee members, Kimberly Allen and Robin Lee will discuss insight into understanding the LGBTQ+ community, especially the transgender athlete. Learn how barring their participation from team sports harms their mental wellness, and ability to connect with their peers. The presentation includes a video … Continue reading Let Her Play: The importance of pro-social activities for LGBTQ+ people.

Ensuring Workplace Inclusion for LGBTQ+ Employees

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This Seminar Will Address (1) Understanding the culture that includes but not limited to definitions, identity development, symbol identity and creating appearance; (2) Policy and procedure in regards to laws and terminology; (3) Frequently asked questions about inclusivity with LGBTQ+ employees; (4) Creating, sustaining and supporting an inclusive environment for all; (5) And MORE SPEAKERS … Continue reading Ensuring Workplace Inclusion for LGBTQ+ Employees

Stonewall Caucus of the Democratic Party of Hawaii

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At their upcoming meeting, the Stonewall Caucus of the Democratic Party of Hawaii will be discussing the Caucus Elections to be held at the August meeting (8/20), 2023 Legislative Priorities, 2022 Vote with PRIDE and upcoming Pride events in O‘ahu, Maui & Hawai‘i Counties. Caucus Elections: The deadline for candidates for SCC Representatives to file … Continue reading Stonewall Caucus of the Democratic Party of Hawaii

Art In Conversation: Ed Greevy and Noe Tanigawa

Hawaii State Art Museum 250 South Hotel St, Honolulu, HI

Join Hawaiʻi Contemporary as photographer and Hawai‘i Triennial 2022 (HT22) artist Ed Greevy talks about his work with journalist Noe Tanigawa. They’ll discuss his collaborations with the late Haunani-Kay Trask, who was a prominent voice in environmental and social justice movements in Hawai‘i. Greevy and Trask worked together for decades, documenting and shaping a narrative of resistance that was published in the … Continue reading Art In Conversation: Ed Greevy and Noe Tanigawa

Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

Studies have shown that LGBTQ people, especially LGBTQ people of color, are overrepresented in the criminal and juvenile justice systems. According to the Movement Advancement Project, "LGBTQ people are frequently targeted by and vulnerable to increased criminalization and abuse by law enforcement. They regularly experience assault and violence in correctional settings. And they face extraordinary … Continue reading Gubernatorial Candidate Forum

July 25-29: “Mission: Deep Sea”

Calvary By The Sea 5339 Kalanianaʻole HwyHonolulu,

Come and explore the Deep Sea at this free, inclusive Bible school vacation camp for children and youth, hosted by Calvary By The Sea and led by CBTS Camp Counselors and Teachers. For more information, contact The Rev. Moses D. Barrios. 

Live rehearsals: Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu

Unity Church of Hawaii 3608 Diamond Head CircleHonolulu,

The Gay Menʻs Chorus of Honolulu welcomes new and prospective members for live, in-person rehearsals on Monday nights from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Unity Church of Hawai'i located at 3608 Diamond Head Circle. Join GMCoH as they prepare for their Spring Season and other events during the year, including GMCoHʻs Spring Recital … Continue reading Live rehearsals: Gay Men’s Chorus of Honolulu

Lima Kokua Annual Chili Cook-Off

Church of the Crossroads 1212 University Avenue, Honolulu, HI

Join Lima Kokua for their Annual Chili Cook-Off on Saturday July 30th at Church of the Crossroads, and enjoy an afternoon of fellowship, door prizes, raffles, silent auction items and incredible home-made chili; all for a great cause. Lima Kokua has lent their helping hands in support of a wide variety of non-political causes for more … Continue reading Lima Kokua Annual Chili Cook-Off

2022 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference

Bellagio Las Vegas 3600 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Las Vegas, NV

The Hawaii Rainbow Chamber of Commerce is a member of NGLCC, the largest advocacy organization dedicated to expanding economic opportunities and advancements for LGBT people, and the exclusive certifying body for LGBT-owned businesses. NGLCCʻs signature event, the International Business & Leadership Conference will take place in Las Vegas, NV at the beautiful Bellagio Hotel & … Continue reading 2022 NGLCC International Business & Leadership Conference

Gay Island Guide Events

Gay Island Guide produces, hosts and promotes events for Hawai'i's LGBTQ+ community including pool parties, drag and burlesque performances, fetish nights and more; often as fundraisers for local LGBTQ+ nonprofits. They also provide a guide on their website to LGBTQ+ nightlife, bars, shows and other events and services of interest to the community. Learn more … Continue reading Gay Island Guide Events

PFLAG Connects: AAPI with Terry Hu

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Join PFLAG for this very special August virtual support meeting where attendees will hear from Terry Hu about their experience as a queer, non-binary, Asian American actor making headlines for their groundbreaking role as ‘A-spen,’ Disney’s first live-action nonbinary lead in an original film, "ZOMBIES 3." Registrants for the event will also receive a link … Continue reading PFLAG Connects: AAPI with Terry Hu

Hula’s Catamaran Saturdays

Hula's Bar & Lei Stand 134 Kapahulu AvenueHonolulu,

Hula's weekly catamaran sail is back! On day of sail 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 sail at 3pm for a 90-minute … Continue reading Hula’s Catamaran Saturdays

The Queer Perspective and the Future of Weddings and Events

Ka Waiwai, 1110 University Ave, Honolulu, HI 96826, USA 501 University Ave

Join us for our next Rainbow Town Hall on August 6 at Ka Waiwai. Hear from some of Hawai'i's premier businesses about how queer perspectives are reimagining how we celebrate our personal, professional and community bonds. This two-part event, hosted by the Hawai'i LGBT Legacy Foundation in collaboration with the Gay Agenda Collective, will include … Continue reading The Queer Perspective and the Future of Weddings and Events

Registration Open: 2022 Honolulu Pride Parade & Festival

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Registration for the 2022 Honolulu Pride Parade & Festival is now open!  Join us on Saturday, October 15 for a grand (and fabulous) parade down Kalākaua Avenue in the heart of Waikīkī and the Honolulu Pride Festival at the Waikīkī Shell / Diamond Head Greens. We welcome non-profits, friends and family groups, businesses, government agencies, faith … Continue reading Registration Open: 2022 Honolulu Pride Parade & Festival