Projects and events that educate, unify and empower LGBTQ+ people as integral members of Hawaii’s larger diverse community. To have your program listed, contact: calendar@hawaiilgbtlegacy.com Please note, the Hawaii 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. 


Applications open: UC Davis Assistant Professor in Transgender Studies

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The Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies at the University of California, Davis seeks applications for a full-time, tenure track, assistant professorship in Transgender Studies to begin July 1, 2022. This position requires a teaching and research focus on transgender studies with an emphasis on at least two subfields. These subfields could include, but … Continue reading Applications open: UC Davis Assistant Professor in Transgender Studies

Federal Eviction Ban on Oahu: What You Need To Know

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The new federal eviction ban applies to Oahu because of high rates of community transmission of COVID-19, protecting qualified Oahu renters who are struggling because of the pandemic. However, renters must take action by: Filling out the CDC declaration form to see if they qualify. Download it at www.bit.ly/cdcdeclarationform Qualified renters must give the CDC … Continue reading Federal Eviction Ban on Oahu: What You Need To Know

How Much Tourism Is Too Much, and Who Decides?

PBS Hawaii

Hawai‘i’s visitor count has come roaring back much quicker than experts predicted from the nearly empty days during the past year of the COVID-19 pandemic. The resurgence of visitors has raised concerns from the community to limit the number of tourists. Join PBS Hawaii for KĀKOU: Hawaiʻi's Town Hall for a discussion about the possible … Continue reading How Much Tourism Is Too Much, and Who Decides?

Beach Please Party Fundraiser for Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii

Residence Inn by Marriott Oahu Kapolei 731 Kunehi Street, Kapolei

Gay Island Guide's newest LGBTQ+ monthly events in West Oahu are the Splash Inn Pool Parties at the Residence Inn by Marriott in Kapolei every 4th Saturday of the month. Continuing the fun, the Beach Please Party will be held Saturday, August 28th from 12pm to 4pm with International Women’s Championship Surfer DJ Keala Kennelly, … Continue reading Beach Please Party Fundraiser for Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii

Through August: Pōpolo Project Black August Events

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Black August is committed to the sovereignty and resilience of Black people around the world. Started by Black activists in the late 1970s to commemorate fallen political prisoners and to educate the community about conditions in US prisons, Black August is a month-long observance organized around building community, healing, renewing connections to the land, strategizing, … Continue reading Through August: Pōpolo Project Black August Events

#EndOverdoseHI: Harm Reduction in the Pacific

KHON2

 Hawaiʿi Health and Harm Reduction Center is excited to announce the premiere of its new documentary #EndOverdose HI: Harm Reduction in the Pacific. This documentary examines the innovative therapeutic model used by HHHRC known as harm reduction and explores the history and future of overdose prevention in Hawaiʿi. Ms. Brook Lee is the host for this exploration … Continue reading #EndOverdoseHI: Harm Reduction in the Pacific

Now accepting submissions: DocuClub

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Hawaii Women In Filmmaking is joining the DocuClub family with their partners International Documentary Association (IDA), Downtown Community Television Center (DCTV), and Film Independent! #DocuClub is a work-in-progress screening series for documentary filmmakers to share their rough cut in an intimate setting with both fellow creators and the general audience. Program alumni include Minding the Gap, Belly of the Beast, and Stray. Read … Continue reading Now accepting submissions: DocuClub

Save the date: November 13 | Maui AIDS Foundation

Request an invitation from the Maui AIDS Foundation for an upcoming live community event and you'll be the first to know the details. Click here and help support the MAF mission to promote the sexual health and well-being of the members of our community. For more information, visit the MAF website.

Applications open: Social Impact Incubator Program (SIIP)

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Are you a pre-accelerator, socially impactful venture looking to take it to the next level? If this sounds like you, check out SIIP, a free 5-month cohort based incubator that provides community building, networking opportunities, capacity building in finance, marketing, law, and access to $8,000 in potential funding. Both for-profit and nonprofit projects can qualify. … Continue reading Applications open: Social Impact Incubator Program (SIIP)

Gay Island Guide is “On the Road”: Las Vegas

Piranha Nightclub 4633 Paradise Rd., Las Vegas

Honolulu Pride is a sponsor of Gay Island Guide On The Road and they're heading to Piranha Nightclub in Las Vegas! Join Gay Island Guide at a top Vegas LGBT nightclub near the strip as they present some of Hawaii’s best performers including: Princess, Caramel Flava, Jada Slayy, Water Melone and Guest Gogo Dancers Shane, … Continue reading Gay Island Guide is “On the Road”: Las Vegas

CMI 15th Annual LGBTQ Community Survey Webinar

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Community Marketing & Insights explores the results of their 15th Annual LGBTQ Community Survey in this online webinar. Through the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation, more than 150 members of our extended LGBTQIA+ community completed this year's survey. Nationally, over 15,000 LGBTQ people living in the United States participated in the research. The 60-minute webinar reviews … Continue reading CMI 15th Annual LGBTQ Community Survey Webinar

Registration open | Arts of Pride: An LGBTQ+ Experience

Arts At Marks Garage 1159 Nuuanu Ave, Honolulu

Registration is now open for Hawaii-based LGBTQ+ artists who wish to participate in the upcoming Arts of Pride: An LGBTQ+ Experience project produced by Gay Island Guide, Dark Mirror Entertainment and The Arts at Marks. This month-long experience during Pride month in October will include exhibits, performances and workshops featuring Hawaii’s local LGBTQ+ artists. Artists … Continue reading Registration open | Arts of Pride: An LGBTQ+ Experience

Hawaiʻi State Bar Association’s Pandemic Education Program

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This series of webinars provides valuable training to help nonprofit organizations interpret grant, safety and compliance responsibilities around federal pandemic relief. It also provides guidance around general operations during the pandemic. This unique program is free for Hawaiʻi nonprofits. Just released - webinar 4 - HR for Nonprofits: Which laws apply to nonprofits Management by … Continue reading Hawaiʻi State Bar Association’s Pandemic Education Program

Try Think: Hulihia

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Since March 2021, Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities, in partnership with Value of Hawaiʻi: Hulihia, has been holding space for deep-dive community conversations on ideas, wonderings, hopes, and challenges for our post-pandemic futures. In each session, small groups of very diverse voices from across our islands tackle different topics together, and spend time listening, sharing, … Continue reading Try Think: Hulihia

Through October 1: Call to Artists for “Art of Caring” at Arts at Marks

Arts At Marks Garage 1159 Nuuanu Ave, Honolulu

In recognition of National Family Caregivers Month in November, Arts at Marks is calling on all artists to submit works for The Art of Caregiving. "We love our families. We love our kupuna. And sometimes they need us. They need our care. They need our hands to type, shop and clean. They need our eyes … Continue reading Through October 1: Call to Artists for “Art of Caring” at Arts at Marks

Through September 15: Coyote Park | All Kin is Blood Kin

Aupuni Space 729 Auahi Street, Honolulu

Aupuni Space presents All Kin is Blood Kin by Coyote Park, an intimate exploration of what family means within a queer context. Family comes in all forms. Family shifts like the tides: drawing us closer to people, drifting from others, but always carrying us collectively. All Kin is Blood Kin is a love story to Park’s trans family, honoring … Continue reading Through September 15: Coyote Park | All Kin is Blood Kin

Lunch and Learn – COVID and the Delta Variant

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Tyler Dos Santos-Tam and Representative Adrian Tam welcome Dr. Leo Nissola, a nationally-recognized medical doctor and scientist trained in oncology, and immunology, as he joins us to answer all of your questions about COVID and the Delta Variant. Dr. Nissola's work focuses on clinical science, drug development, immunotherapy, and cancer research. Since the early days … Continue reading Lunch and Learn – COVID and the Delta Variant

Through September 26: Sumer of Love

Manoa Gallery 2964 East Manoa Road, Suite 1, Honolulu

Naked Beauty: The Purest Landscape on Earth is Part Two of the Manoa Village Productions exhibition project Summer of Love, "celebrating the iconic images, moments, protests and movements that have come to define the cultural war of American youth in the 1960s and 1970s." George Woollard offers his watercolors influenced by the great masters of … Continue reading Through September 26: Sumer of Love

Registration open: LGTBQIA+ Rights Reel Camp for Girls

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Hawaii Women in Filmmaking is offering an LGTBQIA+ Rights Reel Camp for Girls during Honolulu Pride Month in October. This program is for all cis, trans girls, gender-expansive, and non-binary people who are comfortable in a space that centers the experiences of girls/women. Ages 12-19. This FREE program is offered online, Monday to Friday, October … Continue reading Registration open: LGTBQIA+ Rights Reel Camp for Girls

Hunger Action Month

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September is Hunger Action Month, and for hundreds of thousands of people in Hawaii, a daily meal isn’t a choice between different dishes. It’s a choice between food and other crucial needs — like medicine, electricity or childcare. Food shouldn’t be an impossible choice. After a tumultuous year, Hawai‘i’s hunger crisis is far from over. … Continue reading Hunger Action Month

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 begin setting their 2022 Legislative Priorities focused on LGBTQIA+ issues. There will also be a discussion about the Caucus' amended Bylaws as ratified by the State Central Committee, which means there are six (6) new positions available on the Steering Committee: … Continue reading Stonewall Caucus of the Democratic Party of Hawaii

Tiny Floats for Honolulu Pride 2021

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Submission deadline extended to September 23! Share a video of your Tiny Float for the 2nd Annual Honolulu Pride Tiny Float Parade and you'll be eligible to win up to $500 (winners will be selected by community vote) and have your float featured on the KHON2 program Aloha With Pride! • submission deadline is Thursday, September 23 … Continue reading Tiny Floats for Honolulu Pride 2021

#ComingOutForHonoluluPride

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Celebrate the diversity and resilience of our LGBTQ+ community by sharing your coming out story for National Coming Out Day on October 11. Make a short video and send it to the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation by September 27, 2021.  Or record your coming out story via TikTok and share the video with us. We'll … Continue reading #ComingOutForHonoluluPride

Artists of Hawai‘i Now

Honolulu Museum of Art 900 S Beretania St, Honolulu

HoMA's major fall exhibition Artists of Hawai‘i Now, featuring 13 new works by 18 contemporary Hawai‘i artists, opens to the public September 16. Through a mix of technology, new media, performance, site-specific works, and traditional art practices, the dynamic, thought-provoking works in Artists of Hawai‘i Now examines some of today's most crucial and timely themes. Explore … Continue reading Artists of Hawai‘i Now

Throughout September: Hawaiian History Month with Hawaiʻi Ponoʻī Coalition

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Hawaiʻi Ponoʻī Coalition, in partnership with ʻŌlelo Community Media, is proud to present the second Hawaiian History Month in 2021. In celebration of Queen Liliʻuokalani's 183rd birthday, Hawaiʻi Ponoʻī Coalition is holding five weeks of virtual events throughout the month of September. Kicking off the month is Queen Liliʻuokalani's Birthday program on Thursday, September 2, … Continue reading Throughout September: Hawaiian History Month with Hawaiʻi Ponoʻī Coalition