Kickoff Celebration

Sunday, June 24 at 1 – 6 p.m.
Varsity Building Parking Lot
1110 University Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96826
Welcome Ceremony feat. Dan Buettner 1 p.m.
Booths and Activities 2  6 p.m.
Transportation + Parking
Free parking is available at UH Mānoa Stan Sheriff Structure on Sundays and a free shuttle will run from 12 p.m.  6 p.m. Check out other alternative transportation options.

4M Kickoff featuring Dan Buettner

Grab your friends, family, and neighbors and join us for this free, community-wide event to kick off Blue Zones Project
® in Mānoa-Makiki-McCully-Mō'ili'ili. Discover how you can get involved in transforming Mānoa-Makiki-McCully-Mō'ili'ili into a place where healthy choices are the easiest to make. You’ll learn how following Blue Zones® principles can lead to a longer, better life.


Waiwai Collective (Varsity Building, ground level)
1pm – Welcome Ceremony with Dan Buettner
2:15pm  3:15pm – Move Naturally yoga and stretching fitness classes
3:30pm  4:30pm – Move Naturally yoga class
Varsity Building Parking Lot (1110 University Ave.)
Plant Slant: Plant-based cooking presentations; free samples; Street Grindz food trucks will be onsite selling Blue-Zones inspired meals
Downshift: Relaxation Lounge with tips on how to relax and de-stress with forest bathing techniques and essential oils
Purpose: Sign-ups for free purpose workshops; sign-ups for environmental volunteer events
Right Tribe: Sign-ups for walking groups and environmental volunteer events
Family First: Keiki Corner with games, art and activities
Wine @ 5: Wine specials will be offered throughout the afternoon until 7pm at Beer Lab Hawai’i and Study Hall
Beer Lab Hawai’i – Blue Zones Story

Blood Bank of Hawai‘i Bloodmobile
2 – 6pm 
• Games and Activities • • Keiki Zone • • Cooking Demonstrations •
• Volunteer Opportunities • • Healthy Ono Food • • Downshift Lounge •

Mahalo to our partners!

4M Kickoff Partners




To learn more about Blue Zones Project, visit our website or watch a short video.
Please feel free to contact us by email.

Blue Zones Project               Brought to Hawaii by HMSA