Community Calendar for June 24 to July 1

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June 24

Bon Dance — Wahiawa Hongwanji Mission is hosting its annual bon dance, 6-10 p.m., June 24-25. There will be food, entertainment, a silent auction and game booths. The public is welcome to practice dancing at the temple on Thursdays from 7-9 p.m. and Sundays from 2-4 p.m. with experienced instructors. Admission is free. Food will be available for purchase. Visit wahiawashin
buddhists.org or call 622-4320.

50th State Fair — The 50th State Fair wraps up its summer at Aloha Stadium this weekend, June 24-26.

The 50th State Fair is one of the largest annual events in the state and provides affordable entertainment for Hawaii’s families. Bringing thrills and excitement to its midway with rides, games, food and fun.

•Fridays: 6 p.m.–midnight

•Saturdays: 4 p.m.-midnight

•Sundays: noon–midnight

For more information call 682-5767 or visit http://ekfer
nandezshows.com.

June 25 / Saturday

Sports Physicals and Immunizations — Back-to-school walk-in check-ups at the TAMC Family Medicine Clinic are available, 8 a.m.-noon, June 25 and July 9 & 23. Bring military IDs and immunization records. Open to all TAMC Medicine Clinic enrollees ages 4-18. Call for a scheduled appointment at 433-2778.

June 26 / Sunday

Adolescent Summer School/Sports Physicals — Sunday appointments available for ages 4-11 on June 26, July 10 & 24 and Aug. 7 & 21 at TAMC Pediatrics. For adolescents, ages 12-plus, appointments are available on June 26, July 10 & 24 and Aug. 14 & 21. Schedule at Central Appointments at 433-6697.

Sustainable Summer Day Festival — University of Hawaii-Manoa hosts a free festival with environmental learning and conservation-related fun, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Also check out their Kids First film fest, 12:30-6:15 p.m., at the campus center courtyard. Parking is free on Sundays. Visit www.summer.hawaii.edu or call 956-9246.

Culture Club — Boy George brings the original gang to the Blaisdell Arena, 8 p.m., for a night of 80’s music and camp. Tickets begin at $69.50. Tickets available online through Bampproject.com/tick
etmaster.com. or phone 1-800-745-3000.

June 29 / Wednesday

Community Information Exchange — The U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Senior Commander hosts this forum for community briefs and feedback, 9 a.m., SB Nehelani.

Tropical Wednesdays — On June 29, the Honolulu Zoo will be hosting a performance by Hoku Zuttermeister.

Come down to the Honolulu Zoo Wednesday afternoons in June, July and August for Tropical Wednesdays. The event includes live local music, keiki activities and prizes. There will also be plate lunches and snacks available. Closing night is Aug. 10 and will feature a surprise performer.

The participation fee is $3 per person over age 2. Gates open at 4:35 p.m. Music starts at 6 p.m. No alcohol or high-back chairs are allowed. For more information, call 926-3191.

Ongoing

Red Cross — Three volunteers are being sought to help the Red Cross response to the devastating damage from the recent Texas floods and tornadoes.

Visit redcross.org, call 1-800-RedCross, or text the word TXFLOODS to 90999 to make a $10 donation. Donations will be used to prepare for, respond to and help people recover from these disasters.

Legal Aid — The SB and FS Legal Assistance offices provide free legal assistance to active duty personnel, family members, retirees and certain Department of Defense personnel. The offices provide assistance on issues including, but not limited to, estate planning services (including wills and advance medical directives), consumer affairs and more.

Also, notary services and powers of attorney are available. Visit SB Bldg. 2037, 655-8607, or FS Bldg. 330, Rm. 110C, 438-2627.

Go Akamai — Commuters can now check real-time traffic data at GoAkamai.org, courtesy of the Hawaii State Department of Transportation and the City and County of Honolulu, Department of Transportation Services.

GoAkamai.org is a one-stop website that provides real-time traffic data, enabling travelers to make better decisions when planning their commutes. Travelers are encouraged to check GoAkamai.org before leaving work or home.

Vet Center — The FS Veterinary Treatment Facility is now seeing pets throughout the week from 8 a.m.-4 p.m., providing affordable preventative care and mandatory airline health certificates required within 10 days of air travel, and more. Call 433-2271.

Naval Air Museum — This nonprofit museum, located in Bldg. 1792, Midway Road, Kalaeloa Airport, Kapolei, focuses on the history of aviation in Hawaii. Cost is $7, adults, and $5, keiki, under 18. Visit www.nambp.org or call 682-3982.

Online Academic Support — Tutor.com is a Department of Defense-funded resource that provides help in all core school subjects and is offered at no cost to grades K-12 students in U.S. military families.

Food for Families —  ASYMCA at WAAF has an emergency food locker to assist families. It’s open 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Friday. Call 624-5645.

Honolulu City Arts and Culture — Learn about current and upcoming free events sponsored by the mayor’s office at www.honolulu.gov/moca/moca-calendar.html.

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