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September Festivals in Hawaii

Information about Hawaii festivals typically or often held in the month of September.

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- 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony
- All Breed Dog Show
- Aloha Festivals | Oahu Island only since 2008 | Sep |
- Alternative Tastes Street Festival
- Corvettes in Paradise
- Da Kine Canine Festival in Kailua (Oahu)
- Festivals of Aloha on Maui Molokai and Lanai | founded in 2908 after Aloha Festivals droopped outer islands
- Great Waikoloa Poke Contest
- Hawaii Island Festival | founded in 2908 after Aloha Festivals droopped outer islands
- Hawaii Writer's Conference
- Healthy Baby Contest | annual Meadow Gold contest by Honolulu Chinese Jaycees
- Hilo Queen Liliuokalani Festival
- Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort on Friday, . The event will include educational seminars, an agricultural festival trade show, and food tastings featuring Hawaii Island meat and produce prepared by more then 30 chefs from throughout Hawaii.
- Hula Heritage Dance Festival
- Ka Himeni Ana Unamplified Music Contest
- Kauai Mokihana Festival | Kauai |
- Kauai PowWow | Kauai |
- Kona Slack Key Guitar Festival | Big island |
- Maui Chefs Present |bbenefit for the Maui Community College Culinary Arts Program |
- Miss Aloha Nui Big Woman Pageant
- Okinawan Festival of Hawaii | Oahu |n
- Slack key guitar concert and festival produced by Milton Lau that is held every year, usually on the Sunday before Labor Day, on the lawn of the Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort in West Hawaii. The 17th Annual Kona Style Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival will take place September 6, 2009 from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.
- Taste of Lahaina / Best of Island Music Festival | Maui |
- Taste of the Hawaiian Range & Agriculture Festival | 14th was September 18, 2009

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