Honolulu (KHON2) – Whether you are participating in a virtual concert or heading out for a night at your favorite venue there is always something to do at the end of the week. Mikey Monis breaks down the trendiest events, every Friday, when What’s Up Weekend airs on Living808.
Each week What’s Up Weekend highlights three of the most popular events around the state. From attending a virtual concert in your living room, to checking out the newest event, this weekly weekend report will have you calling up all of your family and friends for a fun night out.
FIRST HAWAIIAN BANK PARTNERS UP WITH SPECIAL OLYMPICS HAWAII
IN VIRTUAL TORCH RUN
First Hawaiian Bank partners up with Special Olympics Hawaii to help raise money for athletes with intellectual disabilities. Participants are asked to make a donation to Special Olympics Hawaii and they will receive their 35th Annual Commemorative Torch Run shirt.
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LOCAL UKULELE INSTRUCTOR TAKES HIS CLASSES ONLINE
Ukulele teacher Jonah Davis is teaching Hawaii’s youth how to play the ukulele via live stream. All weekend long students will have the chance to learn how to play Hawaii’s favorite instrument with one of the top ukulele instructors on the island.
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VIRTUAL CONFERENCE EMPOWERS WOMEN FROM ACROSS THE STATE THROUGH SONG AND FELLOWSHIP
Beginning Friday, October 2nd, local Christian band, Zeo Worship hosts a virtual conference to help motivate and inspire the young generation of Hawaii through music and fellowship. Participants of Bloom will experience a two-day event which includes Christian singers, motivational speakers and special performances of the groups newest album, Ho’onani.
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