St. Clement’s Episcopal Church1515 Wilder Ave. Phone: 955-7745
Free wireless Wi-Fi on church grounds for the community.
Makiki neighborhood food distribution with a free community lunch. Registration of your household is required at the Parish Hall entry. 3rd Saturdays, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Makiki Local Grown Farmers Market (at St. Clement’s)
Thursdays from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Located in the St. Clement’s parking lot, with farm-fresh local produce and ono prepared foods. There are dining tables and chairs for friends and family to gather under tall shade trees. Park on nearby streets (Wilder Avenue opens for parking after 5:30 p.m.).
Food vendors at the market include:
Blue Lotus – Kalua chicken & cabbage, chicken long rice
CJ Salsa – Homemade salsa, Mexican cuisine (burritos, tacos)
Gourmet Island Breads – Calzone vegetarian and meat sandwiches
Grandma Gs – Local plates of steak, shrimp and chicken with veggies
Hawaiian Chef, Fresh from the Farm – Poi-battered fish and other plates
Honolulu Gourmet Foods – Organic pestos and hummus
Land of Organica – Organic drinks and sorbets
Le Crepe Café – Fresh veggie, fruit, and meat French crepes
Lina’s – Fresh local ahi and opah fish plates; Italian sausage plate
Pacific Kool – Fresh ginger cooler, Island ginger ali, ginger syrups
Stacy’s Laulau – fresh and frozen laulaus, pastels, smoked fish
Central Union Church1660 S. Beretania St. Phone: 941-0957 http://www.centralunionchurch.org
Senior Center activities are open to all seniors, whether church members or not. There are basic computer classes and labs, line dancing, tai chi, low impact and regular aerobics by video, bridge, mah jong, board games, music, conversation, lectures, videos, food demos, and short field trips. All Senior Center activities are held in the daytime.
Family History Center of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints – Maikiki1560 S. Beretania St. Phone: 955-8910
Resources and help for people interested in locating records of ancestors and extended family in the U.S. and many foreign countries.
First Baptist Church of Honolulu1313 Pensacola St. Phone: 521-4708 http://www.fbc-honolulu.org
Each Wednesday during the school year the church provides a “Makiki Community Center,” a free and safe environment of encouragement and support where community members can come together to make new friends, relax, be encouraged and learn new skills. The center is located across the street from Ka’ahumanu School. (Note: these activities are offered only on Wednesdays when Ka’ahumanu School is open; not during school holidays.)
All of these activities are offered at no cost:
9:00-11:00 am—for parents and preschoolers:
Snacks and discussion groups for parents about parenting skills; supervised play and snacks for preschoolers.
12:45-5:00 pm—for elementary-aged students: Homework supervision, computer literacy and fun, indoor and outdoor play, arts & crafts. Snacks included. Limited to 15 children; registration required.
5:30-7:30 pm—for families: Light supper, various activities (Bible studies, concerts, etc.). Nursery care provided upon request in advance.
Parking available in the church parking lot on the Kinau Side.
For more information contact Sharon Dumas, the director, at 277-7801 or email@example.com.
First Christian Church1516 Kewalo St. Phone: 521-3500
Swap Meet & Thrift Store held 2nd Saturday of the month, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (Donations of swap meet items also accepted.)
Transgender support group meets there.