Aside from our lineup of Surfjack experiences, here’s our go-to guide of what’s happening on Oahu this June.

JUNE 1&2

Hawaii Gem & Mineral Show
June 1, 10am-8pm; June 2, 10am-5pm, Ohana Hale Marketplace, 333 Ward Ave., Honolulu
Get all the good vibes at the unique Gem and Mineral Show featuring minerals, mineral jewelry and gemstones for sale. Expect a great array of beautiful minerals and gem stones (amethyst, garnet, opal, pearl, quartz crystals, ruby, sapphire, turquoise and so much more) from over 20 vendors who are members of the Hawaii Rock and Mineral Society. There will also be gem identification by local experts, as well as gem and mineral displays. More info


Mike Love & The Full Circle Live Concert Filming
9:30pm, Hawaiian Brian’s Social Club, 1680 Kapiolani Blvd., Honolulu
Jam with reggae’s rising star, Oahu-born and -based musician Mike Love. His music draws inspiration from many genres but ties it all together by the common goal of making the world a better place. To celebrate 5 years of shows at Hawaiian Brian’s, they’re hosting the first ever live album recording and concert filming. Be a part of history as Mike Love & The Full Circle deliver a 2 hour power set. More info


Mana Up Summer Series
4:30-9pm, T Galleria By DFS, Hawaii, 330 Royal Hawaiian Ave., Honolulu
Learn about some of Hawaii’s newest local products and join in on a reception with drinks, tastings, and a local product marketplace. Hear the stories behind Hawaii’s creatives (think Coco Moon, Fused Hawaii, Lola Pilar and more) and see how they are bringing to the world what really makes Hawaii special. Tickets & more info


World Oceans Month Beach Clean Up at Baby Makapu’u
8-11am, Kaupo Bay (Baby Makapu’u), 41-050 Kalanianaʻole Hwy., Waimanalo
It’s our job to keep our oceans and beaches clean and healthy (always, but especially during World Oceans Month)! Join the Waikiki Aquarium in helping to remove plastics, trash and other debris from the areas around beautiful Kaupo Bay Park and surrounding areas. Trash bags, gloves and sifting supplies will be provided, but don’t forget your water and reef-safe sun protection. More info. Tickets & more info


Courtyard Cinema presents FISHPEOPLE and Three Hearts Home
6-9pm, Victoria Ward Park, 1020 Auahi St., Honolulu
Courtyard Cinema (the monthly event which showcases a selection of Hawaii International Film Festival curated films) has a new location! This month’s film screening is the full-length feature film, FISHPEOPLE, as well as the world premiere of Three Hearts Home, a short film by Kimi Werner and OluKai. After the short film, Kimi will be doing a Q&A moderated by Mark Healey. As always, the event is free and open to the public. More info


New Wave Friday
South Shore Market, 1170 Auahi St., Honolulu
New Wave Friday for a fun, family-friendly event featuring  shopping exclusives, food, libations, live entertainment and more! This month’s neighborhood pau hana theme is Summer Slide. RSVP & more info


Full Moon Power Vinyasa Yoga
6:30pm, 2743 Kalakaua Ave. (between the Barefoot Beach Cafe and the Waikiki Aquarium), Honolulu
Watch the sun set and enjoy the full moon emerge while you practice yoga on the beach. This is a special 90-minute class that consists of 60 minutes of power vinyasa yoga and 30 minutes of restorative yoga set to music. This class is designed to be challenging for all levels of experience. Sign up


Surfing With the Stars Fundraiser for AccessSurf
10am-1pm at Kuhio Beach, Queens surf break, 2453 Kalakaua Ave., Honolulu
Donate to enter your name to be eligible to win a surf session and a meet and greet with surf greats (including photos, autograph signing and lunch). Stars include Kelia Moniz, Ross Williams, Mike Coots and more. Every ticket purchased will be a direct donation to support AccesSurf’s beach and water programs for people with disabilities. Tickets & more info


A Tribe Called Town
6:30-8:30pm, Town, 3435 Waialae Ave., Honolulu
Head to Mahina & Sun’s sister restaurant Town for an evening of great food, organic wine and positive hip hop music. This is a special family-style dinner collaboration between Town Chef de Cuisine Dave Caldiero and Chambers & Chambers rep Sky Cameron. Expect a menu inspired by Dave’s background as an Italian American that grew up in New York, lives in Hawai’i, and creates locally sourced farm-to-table cuisine at Town. Each course will be paired with conscious, positive hip hop and sustainable, organic wines by enthusiast of both, Sky. Tickets & more info


Chinatown Taco Bar Crawl
12-7pm, NextDoor, 43 North Hotel Street, Honolulu
Taco ’bout a party! Galavant throughout the heart of Chinatown and downtown Honolulu bar hopping, eating tacos, drinking margaritas, dancing your tacos off, and more. The free flowing event starts at NextDoor and other participating bars include Bar35, Downbeat, Manifest and Sin. Think Cinco de Mayo, only better. Tickets & more info

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