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Last Updated: 09-03-2001
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For more information, call John at 923-8829.
Information Numbers For Updates On Events,
compiled by Martin
Rice on Kauai
Kaua`i's MAHU line is being updated weekly, usually on Fridays.
Or email Martin at email@example.com or
email Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Hilo & Puna Side of the Big Island
The Hilo and Puna side of the Big Island recently installed a new information
line for events there, with the help of the Big Island Aids Project.
check out PFLAG-Hilo's web site for Big Island events and information: http://www.dr8.net/pflag-hilo.html
||245-GLOM (maintained by the Gay and Lesbian 'Ohana Maui). Also consult
Out In Maui, a newspaper published
on Maui, whose email address is email@example.com
Regular Oahu Events
Sundays | Mondays
| Tuesdays | Wednesdays
Thursdays | Fridays
|Some of this information was originally
published in Da Kine magazine
2410 Cleghorn St. #2302
Honolulu, HI 96815
published in Outlook
a bi-montly newspaper of the
Gay & Lesbian Community Center
2424 S Beretania St
Honolulu, HI 96826
Irregularly scheduled events are listed in another table. Click
to go to that table.
AA Ohua Avenue Gay/Lesbian Support Group, 8 pm daily,
ground floor, Waikiki Health Center, 277 Ohua Street, 946-1438.
Gay and Lesbian Youth Support (age 14-19; LGBT,
straight or unsure) 24-hour information line, 943-8877.
Narcotics Anonymous-Among True Friends Group (gay and lesbian), helpline 734-4357.
PACT/Family Peace Center. They help anyone who
is experiencing abuse in their relationships. 832-0855.
Sisters Offering Support (S.O.S.). A support
group for all past and present sex trade industry workers. 941-5554. Their web site is http://www.soshawaii.org/
They have regular parent/friends of, etc meetings and client services
and a 24 hour crisis hotline which is 220-0501 for sex workers and those
victims of sexual exploitation and prostitution.
Mother's Support Group, helping mothers cope with
AIDS related deaths. Call Pat at 521-4032 or 255-4680; or call Donna
Ke Ola Mamo Transgendered Support Group meets twice a
month on the Leeward side. Willing to start a support group in any
area. Call 550-0885.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Student
Services Office at UH Manoa, in Room 209 in the Student Services
Building (the building faces the central fountain). The office is
currently looking for student volunteers to help staff the office and plan
fun activities. Kat is the half-time coordinator.
Meditation and Spiritual Discussion Group Relax and connect. Unity Church of
Hawaii, 3608 Diamond Head Circle from 6 to 7pm. Koa Boyd and Robert Bright
are facilitating meditation at 6 p.m. and then spirituality discussion at Unity
Church each Monday evening. A women's group and sacred circles will start
Gay and Lesbian Spiritual Discussion Group Unity Church of
Hawaii, 3608 Diamond Head Circle from 7 to 90m. Call Robert Bright
at 734-5882 for more info.
Reiki Healing Get a relaxing boost of energy. Come to
Down to Earth Natural Foods at 2525 King St., Mondays from 11:00 am to
3:00 pm. Call Stephanie Giver at 299-6512 for more information.
Honolulu Women's Chorus Choir rehearsals from 7:00 to 10:00
pm. Community Church of Honolulu on Nu'uanu at Wylie. Call
Andrew Thomas at 524-0935.
A. A. Kane Alii Group (lesbian and gay) 7:45 pm every Monday at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Davies Hall, Queen Emma Square, telephone 946-1438
Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Teen Discussion Group 5-6 pm at Harris Methodist
Church, room 16. Please call 943-8877.
Country Western Dance Blazing Saddles Country/Western
dancing, smoke and alcohol free. Ala Wai Golf Course clubhouse.
Lessons from 6:30 to 7:00 pm. Dancing until 9:15 pm. Call Calvin
at 941-4769 for info.
Women Supporting Womyn Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every
month at 1:30 pm at the YWCA on Richards Street. Please contact Kathy
at 538-7061 for more information. This is a group where women from
all walks of life can come together to talk, vent, let it out, laugh and
support each other. Topics include self-esteem, relationships, setting
boundaries, and assertiveness.
AIDS Bereavement Support Group 4-5 pm at the Life Foundation.
Please call Kelsie at 521-2437 for more information.
Narcotics Anonymous-Among True Friends Group (gay and lesbian), 8-9 pm at St. Andrew's Cathedral in the
Parke Chapel, Queen Emma Square. "Among True Friends" gay/lesbian group. Helpline 734-4357.
Judy Baker and Friends meet at Hula's for Pau Hana, 3:00 pm to 9:00
pm. Call 531-4140 for more information.
Honolulu Men's Chorus Choir rehearsals
from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. Community Church of Honolulu on Nu'uanu at
Wylie. Call Andrew Thomas at 524-0935.
Volleyball Hui O Hawa'iki, 6:30 pm at Queen's Surf.
Please call 834-6656 for more information.
Tennis Hui Kenika O Honolulu, 6:30 pm at Kapiolani Tennis
Courts. Call 834-6656.
Lesbian Support Group 7:30 pm at THE CENTER, 2424 S Beretania St
(parking in the vacant lot next door). Contact GLCC 951-7000.
Lesbian Survivors of Abuse counseling/support group Family
Peace Center, 596-0900.
Queer Student Union 7-9 pm at the UH Women's Center; please confirm
with Perlita at 951-9179 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's HIV Positive group 11:00 am to 12:30 pm, Life Foundation;
please call 521-2437 for more information.
Life Foundation Social Lunch 12:30 pm at the Life Foundation.
For more info, call 521-AIDS or go to www.lifefoundation.org
Life Foundation Men's (and a separate Women's) Support Group,
11:00 am to 12:30 pm. Call 521-AIDS or go to www.lifefoundation.org
Life Foundation's Ongoing, Appointment-Only Support Group,
4:30-6:00 pm. Call 521-AIDS or go to www.lifefoundation.org
PFLAG the second Wednesday of every month, at First Unitarian Church
of Honolulu, 2500 Pali Hwy, 7pm to 9 pm. Please call 672-9050 for
more information. PFLAG is Parents, families, and friends of lesbians
and gays. It meets to offer support and information.
Frontrunners/Walkers Honolulu 5:30 pm, Kapiolani Park
Bandstand. Their email address is HonoluluFR@aol.com Call David Jay at
922-3252 or Joanne Frederick at 738-5145.
Social group for gay, bi, lesbian, transgendered and questioning
youth, 6-8 pm. Please call 955-4080, ext 307 for location and more
HIV+ Women's Group 5:30-7:00 pm, Kapiolani Medical Center.
Please call Ruth at 941-6322 for more information.
Feminist Discussion Group 4:30 pm, UH Women's Center. Please
call 956-8059 for more information.
Monthly Gay and Lesbian Lunch Punani's on Nu'uanu. Last
Friday of each month at noon. 1041 E. Nu'uanu Ave. 526-9395.
Open to all.
Hawaii Transgendered Outreach (Every other Friday on Oahu)
A Transgendered social and support group. Call John at 923-4270 or Cheryl
at 696-6815 for information. KGHawaii@poi.net
Drop in support group for LGTB and unsure youth, 6-9pm Waikiki;
please call 988-2184 for more information.
Hawai'i Transgender Outreach social group meets alternate Fridays;
please call 923-4270 for more information.
Social Dinner at Life Foundation companions and/or families welcome.
7 pm. For more info, call 521-AIDS or go to www.lifefoundation.org
PFLAG-Leeward Community College meets at 3 pm on the last Friday of every
month. This organization is currently in the process of becoming an
official chapter. It is also collecting signatures in support of the
Senate Hate Crimes Bill 605. Please call Joan Souza at 455-0236 or Rae
Watanabe at 455-0245.
Co-Dependents Anonymous for gays and lesbians. 6:30-7:30 pm in the
lanai area of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 539 Kapahulu. Contact Stan at
UH Gay, Lesbian and Bi Ohana. A supportive group for college age
people. 955-6152. Meets approximately every other Friday near UH
Life Foundation's Drop-In HIV+ Support Group, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm.
For more information call 521-AIDS or go to www.lifefoundation.org
Long Yang Club --- Honolulu, a gay Asian/non-Asian social club that meets the
3rd Friday of each month. March's activity is a roof-top deck party at
Ken's place on the slopes of Punchbowl (a private residence). On March 17
the party begins at 7 pm. For more information, call John at 947-6462, or
or check out the web page http://www.longyangclub.org/honolulu
Frontrunners/Walkers Honolulu 8:30 am Kapiolani Park Bandstand.
Their email address is HonoluluFR@aol.com.
Call David Jay at 922-3252 or Joanne Frederick at 738-5145.
Tennis Hui Kenika O Honolulu, 1:00 pm at Kapiolani Tennis
Courts. Call 834-6656.
Sisters Offering Support group for all past and present sex trade
industry workers, 3 pm. Please call 521-3453 for location.
Men's Drop In Massage Group, 3:30 pm to 6:00 pm, Saturday Sept. 19.
Call David Jay at 922-3252 or email him at DJay2001@aol.com.
Spend quality time with other men and feel how wonderful it is to open yourself
to being loved and nurtured in a supporting environment.
Aloha Metropolitan Community Church 7:00 pm at First Christian
Church, 1516 Kewalo St.
(1/2 block from Wilder), phone 223-5715. Rev. Franny Little Bear, Pastor,
phone 528-5097. Rev. bill Rethford, Neighbor Island Pastor.
Web sites at UFMCC.com or http://members.aol.com/MCCPages/Aloha.htm
P.eople L.ike U.s, every 3rd Saturday, 7-9 pm, at The Center, 2424 S.
Beretania St. PLU is a coalition of transgender, gay, lesbian, bisexual
and straight friends. For more information, call 951-7000 or Ken Miller at
Out In Paradise Hawaii's GLBT community TV show, 9:00 to 10:00
pm, Oceanic Cable channel 52 and Chronicle Channel 21. Call John
at 923-8829 to get involved.
Women's Basketball and Tennis 9:00 am on the Windward side.
Call Nettie at 262-0207.
Bowling Waialae Bowl, 2:15 pm.
Call Ross at 696-2696. (Return to schedule.)
Tennis Azevedo Field Courts, Waimanalo, 9:00 am. Call
Robie at 259-6553.
Volleyball Noon at Queen's Surf. All welcome.
Our Family Christian Church 5:30 pm at
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1666 Mott-Smith
Dr., Makiki; PO Box 8940, Honolulu, HI 96830; phone 926-3090, email@example.com.
Ke Anuenue O Ke Aloha MCC/Hawaii Richard J. McDougal, assistant
pastor (Pastor Jon Bullock is on extended sabbatical); 7:00 pm at the Waikiki
Community Center, 310 Paoakalani Avenue; mailing address is 350 Ward Avenue
Ste 106-239, Honolulu, HI 96814; phone is 924-3060
Dignity Honolulu GLBT Catholics, 7:30 pm at St. Mark's Episcopal
Church, 539 Kapahulu Avenue; PO Box 3956, Honolulu, HI, 96812-3956; phone 536-5536.
Weekly Communion Service, with social hour afterwards. Founded in
1976. Web site: www.dignitypacific.org
Women's Basketball and Tennis 9 pm on the Windward side.
Please call Nettie at 262-0207 for more information.
"I'm Coming Out" Women's Night at Angles, from 5 pm; barbecue;
playing pool. Please call Judy Baker's hotline for Womyn's events:
531-4140, ext 2.
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Last Updated: 09-03-2001
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