Things to do in June in Hawaii

In June, listen to the Manoa Strings at Foster Botanical Gardens, raise money for local libraries and eat lots of turkey.


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Photo: Courtesy Umeke Market

Turkey Lovers Month

June 1-31

Turkey isn’t just for Thanksgiving. We like the turkey hummus focaccia sandwich at Umeke  Market. For vegetarians, Down to Earth sells Tofurky—turkey “meat” made from tofu. Umekemarket.com and downtoearth.org.
 


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Twilight Summer Concerts

June 3-July 28

Foster Botanical Gardens’ free summer concerts take place every Thursday from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m. You can also bring  picnic dinners and walk around the gardens. honolulu.gov/parks/hbg.
 

Shen Yun

June 4-6

Witness the wonders of classical Chinese dance, live music and colorful costumes of the Shen Yun performers at the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall. Ticketmaster.com.
 

Wailea Film Fest

June 17-20

Movies are shown at the Wailea golf course on Maui. Don’t miss the Taste of Wailea culinary celebration. Mauifilmfestival.com.
 


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33rd Annual Home, Gardening and Remodeling Show

June 18-20

Head down to the Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibition Hall for all your indoor and outdoor home remodeling needs—from energy-saving devices to tech gadgets. Blaisdellcenter.com.
 


Photo: Courtesy Friends of the Library of Hawaii



Friends of the Library of Hawaii 63rd Annual Book Sale

June 18-27

Check out the impressive collection of 150,000 donated books for sale at the McKinley High School cafeteria during this annual book sale, benefiting the state’s 51 libraries.  friendsofthelibraryofhawaii.org.
 

 


Photo: Courtesy Bishop Museum


Surfing

June 17-Sept. 26

This Bishop Museum exhibit features surfing photographs, classic surfboards and ancient Hawaiian and Polynesian surfing myths and legends. Bishopmuseum.org.
 

Father’s Day


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June 20

Show Dad some love by treating him to an action flick or taking him out to fish.

 

 

 

 

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