E komo mai, Welcome!

Genealogy is also known as family history.  It is the study of families through history tracing their lineages and origins.  

Whatʻs happening on Oahu:

          03 Jun 2017:  Hawaii's Plantation Village 27th O-Bon Celebration

               Hawaii's Plantation Village, 94-695 Waipahu St., Waipahu, HI 97897

          03 Jun 2017:  North Shore Ocean Fest

               Turtle Bay Resort, 57-091 Kamehameha Hwy, Kahuku, HI 96731

          09 Jun 2017:  Pan Paciic Festival-Matsuri in Hawaii

               Kalakaua Venue, Waikiki, HI 96815

          09 Jun 2017:  Kamehameha Day Lei Draping 3:00 PM

               Ali'iōlani Hale, 417 S. King St, Honolulu, HI 96813.  Lei draping of the King Kamehameha statue at Ali'iōlani Hale

          10 Jun 2017:  101st Annual King Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade



          17 Jun 2017:  Ku Haaheo - Pride of Hawaii



               Homecoming ceremony and celebration of the voyaging canoe Hōkūle'a epic three year sail around the globe.

          01 Jul 2017:  Moiliili Summer Fest.  Honoluluʻs largest Japanese Bon Dance of the season


               Moiliili Honwanji Mission, 1100 University Ave, HI 96826.  5:00PM to 10:00PM, parking area of the Varsity Bldg on University Ave.

          04 Jul 2017:  4th of July Celebration.

               26th consecutive year, Ala Moana Center fireworks.

               Turtle Bay Food, Fun and Fireworks

          State of Hawai’i:  Hawai’i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts

     Tue, Thu, Sat, Sun Evenings (weather permitting):  Under the big banyan tree, Kuhio Beach Hawaiian Hula Show, 808-843-8002 for more information

Resources available on this website can be found on the Resources tab.  

If you are looking for help researching your Hawaii ancestors, this is the right place.  If you'd like to share research links or information please write to me!

Please help these family genealogists find answers to their queries. 

The contact E-mails were verified in Jan 2016.  Queries with valid E-mail are maintained here. If you have a surname that you think you can help with, please use the Surname Alphabetic Search. Queries may also be accessed here. They are arranged newest to oldest.

Mahalo for your kokua!

a hui hou (until we meet again)                  
Doreen Harunaga-Ewing
Honolulu County Coordinator                                                                              

©Jun 2017                        Honolulu County Coordinator Doreen Harunaga-Ewing