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Aug
24
Sat
Hula’s Waikiki Catamaran Sail
Aug 24 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Hula's Waikiki Catamaran Sail

http://www.hulas.com/catamaran.html

“Come and set sail aboard the World Famous Hula’s Bar and Lei Stand Waikiki Catamaran! Each week Hawaii’s most fun group set sail along the shores of Waikiki Beach with music, Mai Tai’s, Beer and fun! If you’re lucky you may even come across Whales or Dolphins! Whether you’re looking for a party or a romantic sail, you’re sure to enjoy yourself! Wear your swimsuit because if conditions are safe, the Captain will allow you to swim in the beautiful Pacific Ocean!”

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Aug
25
Sun
SuperSlyde Pool Party: Back 2 School
Aug 25 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/469097433874607/

Go Back to School The Right Way! Adopt A LGBTQ Teacher in Hawaii and Join Gay Island Guide For Another Great SuperSlyde Pool Party Sunday, 8/25 at Hyatt Centric Waikiki Beach 1p-5p!

TWO of Hawaii’s Top DJ’s DJ Kuya & DJ Anit! Plus, We All Know How to Keep The Teacher Away With An Apple A Day! So We Got The Fruity Queens AppleADay & Water Melone To Serve You School Gurl Realness!

Adopt A LGBTQ Teacher by Donating Items From Their Wish List and Get FREE or Discounted Admission!

Get Your Early Bird Tickets, Cabanas or Tables Now at www.GayIslandGuide.com! Commit to Adopting A Teacher and You and a some friends can get in FREE!

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LGBTQ Night: Phantom of the Opera
Aug 25 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/2081192895504556

Join Gay Island Guide and Broadway Hawaii For A Special LGBTQ Night At Phantom of the Opera on Sunday, August 25, 2019!

A Perfect Evening To Be One Community For One of the Worlds Best Broadway Performances!

Get Exclusive Discounted Tickets While It Lasts!

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Aug
26
Mon
Registration Open: Making Media that Matters @ Hawaii Women in Filmmaking
Aug 26 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm

HAWAII WOMEN IN FILMMAKING

Making Media That Matters is a FREE filmmaking program for young women to develop filmmaking and critical-thinking skills by examining issues in their communities.

The program provides a platform for our young women to tell their stories and be agents of social change through film. Making Media That Matters is filmmaking for civic engagement and social justice.

Registration is now open. Ages 13-19. Deadline to apply AUGUST 31, 2019

https://www.hawaiiwomeninfilmmaking.org/making-media-that-matters?utm_campaign=00c3f84f-3ce7-485c-8b21-8f6aaf681983&utm_source=so

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Aug
28
Wed
Creating and Curating Change @ UH Manoa Hamilton Libraray
Aug 28 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Continuing through September, 2019, “Creating & Curating Change” is drawn from the “AIDS & Same-Gender Marriage Archive” of Tom Ramsey PhD, and David McEwan MD, with additional contributions from the collections of Judge Dan Foley, Judge Steven Levinson, Jackie Young PhD, and Heather LuskMSW.

AIDS & Same Gender Marriage often dominated politics and public discourse in Hawai’i,the nation and the world for the past 38 years, and Hawai’i was on the forefront of both issues. The two were deeply connected; the struggle against AIDS helping to energize the call for marriage rights. Both were full of emotion, hope, politics, research, religion, tragedy and freedom. Worldwide, the struggles continue!

Special group gatherings are very welcome and FREE. Contact Leilani Dawson at ltdawson@hawaii.edu

Dr. David McEwan and Professor Tom Ramsey have established a permanent fund at the UH Foundation to support the “AIDS & Same-Gender Marriage Archive”. Their goals include creating a full catalog with extensive cross-references; and eventually complete digitization, connectivity to similar archives, and open access internationally.

To check on open hours please visit http://bit.ly/UHmanoaARCHIVEShours

For more information contact David McEwan M.D. at dbme1@me.com

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Aug
29
Thu
30 Years of Aloha
Aug 29 @ 11:30 am – 2:00 pm

https://www.facebook.com/events/374990699806312

Hosted by Hawai’i Health & Harm Reduction Center

30 Years of Aloha is an event aimed at raising awareness of overdose and reducing stigma associated with drug-related deaths. 

We will also be commemorating 30 Years of Syringe Exchange in Hawai’i, in conjunction with International Overdose Awareness Day. 

A documentary on the history of syringe exchange in Hawai’i will be featured, followed by a panel discussion about the evolution and impact syringe exchange has had on public health and the community.

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The Contingency presents KINGS, QUEENS & INBTWNS
Aug 29 @ 9:00 pm – Aug 30 @ 12:00 am

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The Contingency proudly presents: 

The Contingency Proudly Presents: KINGS, QUEENS & INBTWNS — 

A 21+ QTIPOC safe space and dance party centered around lesbian, gay, queer, trans, and intersex indigenous + original melanated peoples of color vibing out & dancing the stress of the daily grind away in a positive, judgement-free zone.

The INBTWNS Mission
We are activists, artists, thinkers, knowledge seekers, healers, hip hop lovers, funk fanatics, trap gods, and dancehall kings, queens & inbtwns seeking to reach a higher level together.

 
KINGS QUEENS & INBTWNS seeks to foster a safe space & dance party centered around lesbian, gay, queer, trans, and intersex indigenous + original melanated peoples of color. Our intention is to vibe out & dance away the stress of the daily grind in a positive, judgement-free zone. And FYI, our music is rooted in hip hop, r&b and funk – with a dash of political consciousness. Stay ready!

Our goal is to expand the QTIPOC (queer, trans, intersex people of color) scene in Hawaiʻi and build together through collaboration and community support.
 
Allies who actively support our mission and share our politics are always welcome!

Catch us every last Thursday at The Manifest in Chinatown 9p – 1a ✨🌈

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The Contingency presents KINGS, QUEENS & INBTWNS
Aug 29 @ 9:00 pm – Aug 30 @ 12:00 am
The Contingency presents KINGS, QUEENS & INBTWNS @ Honolulu | Hawaii | United States

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The Contingency proudly presents: KINGS, QUEENS & INBTWNS | The Manifest, 32 N. Hotel st., (O’ahu) | March 29, 9 p.m. – 12 a.m.
The Contingency Proudly Presents: KINGS, QUEENS & INBTWNS — A 21+ QTIPOC safe space and dance party centered around lesbian, gay, queer, trans, and intersex indigenous + original melanated peoples of color vibing out & dancing the stress of the daily grind away in a positive, judgement-free zone.

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Aug
31
Sat
Hula’s Waikiki Catamaran Sail
Aug 31 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Hula's Waikiki Catamaran Sail

http://www.hulas.com/catamaran.html

“Come and set sail aboard the World Famous Hula’s Bar and Lei Stand Waikiki Catamaran! Each week Hawaii’s most fun group set sail along the shores of Waikiki Beach with music, Mai Tai’s, Beer and fun! If you’re lucky you may even come across Whales or Dolphins! Whether you’re looking for a party or a romantic sail, you’re sure to enjoy yourself! Wear your swimsuit because if conditions are safe, the Captain will allow you to swim in the beautiful Pacific Ocean!”

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Pupus and Politics @ Neil Blaisdell Center Pikake Room
Aug 31 @ 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Party Invitation to Pupus and Politics!

A great opportunity to hear about current events and pending legislation in Congress. 

There will be a panel consisting of Senator Brian Schatz, Senator Mazie Hirono, Representative Ed Case, and Representative Tulsi Gabbard. 

Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Dinner will be provided.

Ticket price is a suggested donation of only $50 per person.

You can register online at either of the following link:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pupus-and-politics-tickets-66438907561?utm_campaign=de6ab33728-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2019_08_06_01_41&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Hooser+Master+List&utm_term=0_88d04e620a-de6ab33728-711469521

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