May 1: LEI DAY

Join us for Lei Day

Lei Day is a statewide celebration in Hawai’i of the making and wearing of lei and to honor the Hawaiian culture. First celebrated in 1928, Lei Day is recognized as part of the May Day events celebrated throughout the state, including parades, dances, and, of course, giving, receiving, and wearing lei.

Wednesday, May 1
8 am – 7 pm
Front Desk & Turtle Cove Shoppe
Bldg. 220 Turtle Cove

The first 100 guests to visit the Bellows AFS Front Desk or Turtle Cove Shoppe will receive a free, fresh flower lei!

For more information on the history of Lei Day, be sure to visit the C&C of Honolulu’s website:

For more information, call (808) 864-0144, Mon – Fri • 9 am – 5 pm.

Upcoming events

Bellows Air Force Station special events and programs are open to all Bellows AFS guests and eligible patrons – active duty military, military retirees, reservists, National Guard, disabled veterans with a VA Health Identification Card, current/retired DoD civilian employees with an authorized ID card, and their dependents and guests. Those without base access will not be permitted on Bellows AFS. Events and info subject to change.