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Today, September 15, 2019

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Children of Eden: Co-produced with 'I'm A Bright Kid Foundation'. In the tradition and spirit of Ron Bright, this full-scale production features community performers in a story of family, forgiveness, and second chances. . at Paliku Theatre


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September 17

Last Day for 50% Refund, Fall

Last Day to Withdraw without a "W" Grade, Fall

College & Career Fair: Opportunities for students to connect with colleges and jobs. - Hale Pālanakila Courtyard, 10:00am to 2:00pm

September 19

Growing Native Hawaiian Student Success: Join us in identifying strategies that have and could help grow Native Hawaiian student success in enrollment, persistence, and completion. - Hale Laʻakea 304/305, 2:00pm to 4:00pm

September 20

Children of Eden: Co-produced with 'I'm A Bright Kid Foundation'. In the tradition and spirit of Ron Bright, this full-scale production features community performers in a story of family, forgiveness, and second chances.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 21

Children of Eden: Co-produced with 'I'm A Bright Kid Foundation'. In the tradition and spirit of Ron Bright, this full-scale production features community performers in a story of family, forgiveness, and second chances.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 22

Children of Eden: Co-produced with 'I'm A Bright Kid Foundation'. In the tradition and spirit of Ron Bright, this full-scale production features community performers in a story of family, forgiveness, and second chances.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

September 24

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

September 25

Food Safety & Sanitation - ServSafe® 8-Hour Food Handler Certification: This 8-hour certification program provides foodservice managers with training in all areas of food safety relevant to a food establishment. (2 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa 132, 5:00pm to 9:00pm

September 27

Children of Eden: Co-produced with 'I'm A Bright Kid Foundation'. In the tradition and spirit of Ron Bright, this full-scale production features community performers in a story of family, forgiveness, and second chances.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 28

Vegan 101: Orientation: Students will work with a variety of plant-based products, meat alternatives as well as learn new and exciting culinary techniques. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 10:00am to 12:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Magic Treehouse, Space Mission: Mysterious “M” sends the intrepid Jack and Annie on a fun-filled journey to discover the secrets of the Sun, Moon, planets, space travel and more.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Stars: Journey to the farthest reaches of our galaxy and experience both the awesome beauty and destructive power of STARS.
Fee: See site for details, 2:00pm

Children of Eden: Co-produced with 'I'm A Bright Kid Foundation'. In the tradition and spirit of Ron Bright, this full-scale production features community performers in a story of family, forgiveness, and second chances.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 29

Children of Eden: Co-produced with 'I'm A Bright Kid Foundation'. In the tradition and spirit of Ron Bright, this full-scale production features community performers in a story of family, forgiveness, and second chances.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm


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October 2

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (9 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

October 3

25th Annual Men's March Against Violence: Last year, nearly 1,100 people attended this event, including hundreds of men of all ages who marched to demonstrate their commitment to a community free of violence against women. As a co-sponsor of the Men's March, the University is proud to continue supporting this important event and strongly encourages all allies to attend and march with us. - Iolani Palace, 12:00pm

October 4

Imaginarium Show Double Feature: Mayan Archaeoastronomy and Solar Quest: Mayan Archaeoastronomy intertwines science an mythology that takes the audience on a visual journey through the Mayans understanding of the universe throughout their history. Solar Quest is a short feature that demonstrates and provides an overview of the Sun-Earth relationship and discusses the impacts that space weather has on Earth.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon: Pink Floyd’s 1973 classic rock music album synched with the next generation of computer generated imagery of mesmerizing waves of colors, images, and animations.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 9:15pm

October 5

Cookies – One Dough Endless Possibilities: Explore cookie history, what makes a cookie a cookie and a variety of different cookies that can easily be made with one yummy dough. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 10:00am to 12:00pm

October 9

Imaginarium Show: Stargazing: Join the ever-engaging storyteller and presenter Krissie Kellogg for a delightful tour of the constellations in the Imaginarium skies. Stay informed with the changes of the stars, planets and moon as they move through space.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

October 12

Recreational Thrill Craft Operators Safety Educational Course - Oahu: NASBLA training. Thrill craft (personal watercraft) operator certification is required by the State of Hawaii. (1 mtg.) - Hale Kuhina 114, 8:30am to 4:30pm

Writing Retreat: Our Writing Retreat is not exactly a class but is an opportunity to meet and write in company with other beginning and experienced writers. Here we tap into our mutual creative energy. - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 9:30am to 2:00pm

Keiki Cooking: Pizza Doughlicious: Let your keiki culinary creativity run wild as they assemble their own sweet or savory pizzas. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 10:00am to 12:00pm

October 18

Kūpuna to Keiki: A brighter future by understanding our past. The WCC Theatre Production class will present this family-oriented play using first-hand testimony of lessons learned and historical moments experienced by our kūpuna (elderly) and transforming it into docudrama scenes and monologues.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

October 19

Ocean Safety Educational Course: NASBLA required certification for the sport of tow-in surfing in Hawaii. (1 mtg.) - Hale Kuhina 114, 8:30am to 4:30pm

Slow Cooker Meals: Making Tough - Tender and Flavorful: Practicing just a few simple principles of braising, you will be able to take your cooking to the next level. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Kūpuna to Keiki: A brighter future by understanding our past. The WCC Theatre Production class will present this family-oriented play using first-hand testimony of lessons learned and historical moments experienced by our kūpuna (elderly) and transforming it into docudrama scenes and monologues.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

October 20

Kūpuna to Keiki: A brighter future by understanding our past. The WCC Theatre Production class will present this family-oriented play using first-hand testimony of lessons learned and historical moments experienced by our kūpuna (elderly) and transforming it into docudrama scenes and monologues.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

October 23

Out Loud in the Library! : Windward CC presents artist and writer Tamara Moan. Free and open to the public. - Hale Laʻakea First Floor, 1:00pm

Kūpuna to Keiki: A brighter future by understanding our past. The WCC Theatre Production class will present this family-oriented play using first-hand testimony of lessons learned and historical moments experienced by our kūpuna (elderly) and transforming it into docudrama scenes and monologues.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

October 24

Kūpuna to Keiki: A brighter future by understanding our past. The WCC Theatre Production class will present this family-oriented play using first-hand testimony of lessons learned and historical moments experienced by our kūpuna (elderly) and transforming it into docudrama scenes and monologues.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

October 25

Kūpuna to Keiki: A brighter future by understanding our past. The WCC Theatre Production class will present this family-oriented play using first-hand testimony of lessons learned and historical moments experienced by our kūpuna (elderly) and transforming it into docudrama scenes and monologues.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

October 26

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 9:30am to 11:30am

Keiki & Kupuna in the Kitchen: Pie Making: Participants will learn the importance of key ingredients in baking and make pie crust and basic pie filling. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 10:00am to 12:00pm

Imaginarium Show Double Feature: Phantom of the Universe and Nite Walk : Phantom of the Universe is a new planetarium show designed to immerse audiences in the search for dark matter. Nite Walk is a head spinning, spooky walk through a haunted cemetery. Hold on to your seats.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show Double Feature: Flying Monsters and Nite Walk: Were they myth or truth – Sir David Attenborough explores the reality of these great historic beasts.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 2:00pm

Kūpuna to Keiki: A brighter future by understanding our past. The WCC Theatre Production class will present this family-oriented play using first-hand testimony of lessons learned and historical moments experienced by our kūpuna (elderly) and transforming it into docudrama scenes and monologues.
Fee: See site for details - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

October 28

Last Day to Establish Credit/No-credit and Audit Options, Fall


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November 1

Imaginarium Show: Stars of the Pharaohs: Journey back 6,000 years to the land of ancient Egypt to view the stars in its desert skies.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Led Zeppelin: "Led Zeppelin" remains one of the most popular music shows ever performed in planetariums.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 8:15pm

November 2

Keiki Cooking: Pasta & Pesto: Learn how to make fresh egg pasta and a delicious garden basil pesto. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 10:00am to 12:00pm

November 4

First Day of Continuing Student Registration, Spring

Last Day to Withdraw with a "W" Grade, Fall

Last Day to Make up an "I Grade" from Previous Spring

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (7 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

November 5

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

November 7

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 6:00pm

November 8

Raku Ho‘olaule‘a: Hawaii Craftsmen Raku exhibit 2019 - Gallery ʻIolani, 4:00pm to 7:00pm

November 9

Recreational Thrill Craft Operators Safety Educational Course - Oahu: NASBLA training. Thrill craft (personal watercraft) operator certification is required by the State of Hawaii. (1 mtg.) - Hale Kuhina 112, 8:30am to 4:30pm

Sharpen Your Knife Skills: The knife is the first and most used tool in the kitchen. Learn about different types of knives and their specific uses. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa 132, 10:00am to 12:00pm

November 11

Veterans' Day: holiday, campus closed

November 12

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

November 13

Food Safety & Sanitation - ServSafe® 8-Hour Food Handler Certification: This 8-hour certification program provides foodservice managers with training in all areas of food safety relevant to a food establishment. (2 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa 132, 5:00pm to 9:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Stargazing: Join the ever-engaging storyteller and presenter Krissie Kellogg for a delightful tour of the constellations in the Imaginarium skies. Stay informed with the changes of the stars, planets and moon as they move through space.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

November 16

Ocean Safety Educational Course: NASBLA required certification for the sport of tow-in surfing in Hawaii. (1 mtg.) - Hale Kuhina 114, 8:30am to 4:30pm

Writing Retreat: Our Writing Retreat is not exactly a class but is an opportunity to meet and write in company with other beginning and experienced writers. Here we tap into our mutual creative energy. - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 9:30am to 2:00pm

November 21

Out Loud in the Library!: Bamboo Ridge Reading - Hale Laʻakea First Floor, 5:30pm

November 22

Wine Tasting- Ho‘okipa 101: Red or White? Learn to appreciate and evaluate what's in your glass, see it, taste it, smell it and how to describe it. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

November 23

Food is Medicine: ‘Ōlena: Delve in to the many uses of ‘ōlena and how to prepare it so that it not only taste good but is good for you. (1 mtg.) - Hale Aʻo, 10:00am to 12:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Season of Light: A family favorite that traces many of the world’s most enduring holiday customs and traditions to the observations of sky above.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Maunakea: Between Earth and Sky: Maunakea: Between Earth and Sky explores connections between Hawaiian culture and Maunakea astronomy.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 2:00pm

November 28

Thanksgiving Day: holiday, campus closed

November 29

Non-instructional Day


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December 2

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (4 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

December 6

Imaginarium Show: Dream To Fly: Discover the mystery of flight from early myths to Leonardo da Vinci, Montgolfier brothers, Wright brothers, and other inventors
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Star of Bethlehem: the Magi’s Story: This show explores some of the astronomical possibilities for the star that guided the Wise Men to Bethlehem and recounts their story.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 8:25pm

December 7

Local Japanese Favorites: Soba & Ozoni: Chef Steve will share key ingredients used for flavor and visual appeal then guide you through preparation techniques. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 10:00am to 12:00pm

Kāneʻohe Christmas Parade: The Kāneʻohe Christmas Parade brings about 4,000 spectators every year which gives us the opportunity to showcase how amazing our campus truly is! - Kāneʻohe Safeway, 10:00am

December 8

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 2:00pm

December 11

Imaginarium Show: Stargazing: Join the ever-engaging storyteller and presenter Krissie Kellogg for a delightful tour of the constellations in the Imaginarium skies. Stay informed with the changes of the stars, planets and moon as they move through space
Fee: See site for details, 2:00pm

December 12

Last Day of the Semester, Fall

Last Day of Instruction, Fall

December 13

Introduction to Whiskey: Together we will explore the flavor ranges and styles of whiskey. Participants must be 21 years of age and older. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

December 14

Payment Due, Spring Registration

Recreational Thrill Craft Operators Safety Educational Course - Oahu: NASBLA training. Thrill craft (personal watercraft) operator certification is required by the State of Hawaii. (1 mtg.) - Hale Kuhina 114, 8:30am to 4:30pm

December 15

Deadline for Spring Admissions Application, 2:00pm to 2:00pm

December 20

Exam Period Ends, Fall

December 21

Ocean Safety Educational Course: NASBLA required certification for the sport of tow-in surfing in Hawaii. (1 mtg.) - Hale Kuhina 114, 8:30am to 4:30pm

Imaginarium Show: One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure: Elmo and Big Bird live in the United States and Hu Hu Zhu lives far away in China, but they discovered that they still see the same stars at night!
Fee: Special holiday flat rate $5 - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Season of Light: A family favorite that traces many of the world’s most enduring holiday customs and traditions to the observations of sky above.
Fee: Special holiday flat rate $5 - Hokulani Imaginarium, 2:00pm

December 25

Christmas (Observed): holiday, campus closed


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January 1

New Year's Day (Observed): holiday, campus closed

January 2

Faculty Duty Start Date, Spring

January 3

Imaginarium Show: Star of Bethlehem: A good show to see in honor of the Epiphany. This show explores some of the astronomical possibilities for the star that guided the Wise Men to Bethlehem and recounts their story.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon: The classic 1979 rock album is rendered in an HD digital interpretation of sight and sound created specifically for full dome theaters.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 8:15pm

January 4

Culinary Herbs: Growing and Harvesting: Visit the Windward CC healing garden and learn how to properly harvest herbs in a way that will keep plants healthy and abundant. (1 mtg.) - Hale Aʻo, 10:00am to 12:00pm

January 6

In-Person Add/Drop Fee Begins, Spring

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (4 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

January 8

Imaginarium Show: Stargazing: Join the ever-engaging storyteller and presenter Krissie Kellogg for a delightful tour of the constellations in the Imaginarium skies. Stay informed with the changes of the stars, planets and moon as they move through space.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

January 11

Weekday Cooking: One Day Prep, One Week of Meals: Chef Dan will show you how to organize and prepare multiple day meals in just a few hours using local ingredients.(1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 10:00am to 12:00pm

January 12

Last Day of Regular Registration, Spring

January 13

Late Registration and Late Fees begin, Spring

First Day of Instruction, Spring

January 14

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 6:00pm

January 18

Local Japanese Favorites: Karaage and Kobachi: Lean the secrets to making crispy and tender chicken karaage and a few simple but tasty kobachi (Japanese side dishes). (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 10:00am to 12:00pm

January 20

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: holiday, campus closed

January 21

Last Day to Add/Late Register, Spring: for semester-length classes

Last Day for 100% Refund, Spring

January 25

Imaginarium Show: Kaluokahina: Kaluokahina" is an enchanted tropical coral reef whose colorful inhabitants have always lived in this peaceful, secret world--until a volcanic catastrophe breaks the spell.
Fee: See site for details - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Totality: Look back to the proof of “general relativity”, simply stated for easy understanding and look forward to upcoming eclipses and where to witness them. This production includes a variety of wonderful styles from spectacular space environments to humorous pop-up books.
Fee: See site for details, 2:00pm


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February 5

Last Day for 50% Refund, Spring

Last Day to Withdraw without a "W" Grade, Spring

February 8

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 12:00pm

February 17

Presidents' Day: holiday, campus closed


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Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 6:00pm

March 16

Spring Recess, day one: no classes

March 17

Spring Recess, day two: no classes

March 18

Spring Recess, day three: no classes

March 19

Last Day to Establish Credit/No-credit and Audit Options, Spring

Last Day to Make up an I Grade from Previous Fall

Spring Recess, day four: no classes

March 20

Spring Recess, day five: no classes

March 26

Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day: holiday, campus closed

March 27

Last Day to Withdraw with a W Grade, Spring


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April 10

Good Friday: holiday, campus closed

April 19

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 2:00pm


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May 2

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 12:00pm

May 7

Last Day of Instruction, Spring

May 15

Exam Period Ends, Spring

May 19

Faculty Duty End Date, Spring

May 26

Summer Session I begins


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June 25

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 6:00pm


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July 2

Summer Session I ends

July 6

Summer Session II begins

July 27

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 6:00pm


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August 14

Summer Session II ends

August 17

Faculty Duty Start Date, Fall

August 21

Statehood Day: holiday, campus closed

August 24

First Day of Instruction, Fall


September 2020

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September 7

Labor Day: holiday, campus closed


November 2020

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November 3

General Election Day: holiday, campus closed

November 11

Veterans' Day: holiday, campus closed

November 26

Thanksgiving Day: holiday, campus closed

November 27

Non-instructional Day


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December 10

Last Day of the Semester, Fall

December 12

Last Day of Instruction, Fall