Honolulu Calendar: The Best Events and Things to Do on O‘ahu in March 2022

Step into a Peanuts world, learn about royal residences, volunteer on the North Shore and find the funny side of Alfred Hitchcock.


Editor’s Note: We recommend checking event social media channels and websites for any last-minute changes in Honolulu.


The Best Events and Things to Do in Honolulu: Search For Snoopy: A Peanuts Adventure

Renderings: Kilburn Live



The Search for Snoopy

Opens in March  |  Hours TBA

For all of you who have had the urge to yell “AAUGH!” recently (who hasn’t?), this is just what the psychiatrist ordered—the type of psychiatrist with a booth offering advice for 5 cents, that is. HONOLULU is teaming up with Kilburn Live to make Honolulu the first stop for this interactive installation starring Charles Schulz’s beloved characters. Scream in Charlie Brown’s closet, talk mwah mwah mwah mwahh-style in the Peanuts classroom, walk into Snoopy’s doghouse and more.


Ticket price TBA, Ala Moana Center, next to Buffalo Wild Wings, searchforsnoopy.com


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Photo: Aaron K. Yoshino



Experts at the Cathedral Series

March 3 & 10  |  noon–1 p.m.

Queen Lili‘uokalani called several places home and this month, the Historic Hawai‘i Foundation and UH Mānoa’s virtual talks and tours teach us about four of them. On March 3, learn about three Waikīkī houses that sadly no longer exist but were significant places in her life. March 10, the focus is on ‘Iolani Palace with a talk by the palace’s historian, Zita Cup Choy.


Free, On Zoom, historichawaii.org


SEE ALSO: O‘ahu Museum Ideas: Return a Royal Relic to ‘Iolani Palace




Hana Hou Picture Show: Raiders of the Lost Ark

March 8  |  7 p.m.

The Indiana Jones classic plays on cable TV but watching it on the big screen will take you back to the early ’80s all over again—this time without that Flock of Seagulls haircut flopping in your eyes.


$10, Consolidated Theatres Ward, consolidatedtheatres.com



Kalaeokauna‘oa Volunteer Workday

March 12  |  9 a.m.–noon

Hike a mile to remove invasive plants, add native ones and help restore the dunes on O‘ahu’s northernmost point with the North Shore Community Land Trust.


Free, Turtle Bay Resort, northshoreland.org



March 13 is daylight saving time, so get ready for earlier calls and texts from mainland friends.




The 39 Steps

March 17–27  |   3 and 7:30 p.m. shows

Alfred Hitchcock never looked so funny. With a cast of just four playing every character in this musical
comedy riff of a murder mystery, expect chaos, hilarity and Hitchcock puns galore.


$22–$40, Mānoa Valley Theatre, manoavalleytheatre.com


Hawaii Symphony Orchestra live in Honolulu

Photo: Courtesy of Hawai‘i Symphony Orchestra



HapaSymphony featuring Hawai‘i Calls

March 18  |  7:30 p.m.

The second in a four-part series blending Hawaiian and symphonic music focuses on songs from the iconic Hawai‘i Calls radio show, curated by Aaron Salā. The first part of the series centered on The Mākaha Sons; in April, the symphony will feature Robert Cazimero and in May, Raiatea Helm.


$18–$99, Hawai‘i Theatre, myhso.org


SEE ALSO: This is How Honolulu’s Resilient Arts Organizations are Performing Through the Pandemic



Ocean Count 2022

Check on March 15 to see if the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary will welcome volunteers to its whale counting event on March 26. If not, find your own vantage point to watch for the gentle giants off our shores.





This story originally appeared as “March Picks” in the March 2022 issue of HONOLULU Magazine. Get your copy at shop.honolulumagazine.com and subscribe to the print and digital editions now.


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