Out ‘n’ About calendar
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Out ‘n’ About calendar


Hawaii Seniors’ Fair — The Good Life Expo: With 300 exhibit booths for travel, health, finances, beauty, games and more. 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday-Sunday, Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. blaisdellcenter.com

Hidden Treasures: Craft sale. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday-Sept. 30 (closed Sunday-Monday), Moiliili Community Center. 942-0595

Friends of Aina Haina Public Library Annual Book Sale: Presented with the East Honolulu Rotary Club. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday-Saturday at the library, 5246 Kalanianaole Highway. 377-2456, ainahainalibrary.org

Enson Inoue’s “Destiny Forever”: Retired MMA fighter Inoue’s pop-up store for his line of handcrafted crystal bracelets and necklaces for spiritual healing. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. daily through Oct. 1, Hilton Waikiki Beach on Kuhio, 2500 Kuhio Ave., second-floor boardroom. destinyforeverorders@gmail.com

Honolulu Zoo Twilight Tours: Educators guide visitors on an after-hours visit through the zoo. Strollers, water bottles welcome. 5:30-7:30 p.m. Friday-Saturday at the zoo. $10-$20, free for children younger than 2. honoluluzoo.org/zoo-events

Aloha Stadium Swap Meet and Marketplace: 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Wednesday, and 6:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. $1 admission. 486-6704, alohastadiumswapmeet.net

Family fishing — catch and release: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Ho‘omaluhia Botanical Garden, Kaneohe. Bring fresh white bread for bait; some bamboo poles available to borrow, 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Reservations: 233-7323.


Waipahu High School Homecoming Parade: 3:15-4:15 p.m., starting and ending at the school. 307-9555

Swing Dance Club Hawaii: Music by Bert Burgess and lesson (swing and other dance styles) by Greg Underwood. 6-9:15 p.m., Palladium at Ala Wai Golf Clubhouse. $5-$8, snacks included. 529-8816


Museum Day Live!: “Smithsonian” magazine’s 13th annual initiative to welcome visitors into museums across the nation. The Museum Day Live! ticket is available for download; one ticket is good for free entrance for two at participating venues. One ticket per email address is permitted. For a ticket, full list of participating museums and cultural institutions, or more information: smithsonian.com/museumday. Local museums:

>> Iolani Palace: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 522-0822, iolanipalace.org

>> Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor — Living History Day: Student-created exhibits, World War II-themed activities, re-enactors, screening of the documentary “Finding Kukan” and more. 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 441-1000, pacificaviationmuseum.org

North Shore Country Market: Produce, flowers, honey, healing lotions, keiki clothes, art, crafts and more — all made in Hawaii. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays, Sunset Beach Elementary School, 59-360 Kamehameha Highway. 234-9421

Child Safety Fair: Child car seat inspections, keiki ID cards, firetruck display, fire safety education and child water safety displays, and more. 9 a.m.-noon, Waipio Shopping Center. waipioshoppingcenter.com

Holiday Preview Sale: Christmas decorations, fabrics and crafters’ supplies from The Cottage, Holy Trinity Church’s thrift shop. 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Holy Trinity Church Gym, 5919 Kalanianaole Highway. 396-0678, 396-0551, holytrinitychurch.org

Day at Queen Emma Summer Palace: The Daughters of Hawai‘i’s 41st annual event includes hula performances and music by the Royal Hawaiian Band, Naluhoe, Weldon Kekauoha, Jerry Santos, Kualoa and more. There will be food and a marketplace with local artisans and crafters offering haku lei, lau hala, island-style clothing, jams and jellies, and more. Live demonstrations include poi pounding, lau hala weaving and kapa making. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the summer palace. $1-$6, free for children younger than 6. 595-6291, daughtersofhawaii.org

Anniversary Charity Screenings — A Film for Every Decade: Screening of “The Sound of Music” (1965) at Consolidated Theatres, as part of its 100th-anniversary celebration. Ticket sales benefit statewide charitable organizations including Hawaii Arts Alliance and Hawaii Public Radio. 10 a.m. screenings weekly through Oct. 28. $4. consolidatedtheatres.com

Surf-a-Book Festival: Meet and listen to the stories of local authors and illustrators, including Joy Au, Chris Caravalho, Ellie Crowe, David Estes and Elizabeth Oh. The festival also includes activity centers, book signings, a book exhibit and panel discussions. 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Hawaii State Library. 586-3510, librarieshawaii.org/2017/08/31/surf-a-book-festival-saturday-september-23rd

La Keiki (Kids’ Day): An Aloha Festivals event with keiki Zumba, music, dance and a magic show. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., the Royal Grove, Royal Hawaiian Center. 922-2299

Ko Olina Children’s Festival: Food, dance and musical performances, keiki golf lessons, face painting, balloon artists and a live sand art exhibit on the beach, plus screenings of “Moana,” “Pete’s Dragon,” “Beauty & the Beast” and more. This fourth annual event is a benefit for Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children. 11 a.m., Ko Olina Resort. $25 presale, $30 at the door, $15 for ages 4-12, free for ages 3 and younger. Tickets: koolinachildrensfestival.com.

Ronald McDonald House Charities 30th Anniversary Celebration: Appearance by Ronald McDonald and storybook characters, music, family activities, keiki games and more. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Pearlridge Center Uptown. 973-5683

Sip + Shop: Showcasing jewelry creations by local artisans Lauren Seale and Marylea Conrad, with complimentary bubbles. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., BLT Market, The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Waikiki Beach. bltmarket.com

* September Soiree: A celebration of the completion of Kapolei Lofts’ final block with a performance by Paula Fuga, food trucks, pop-up shops, keiki activities, a pet zone and more. 2-7 p.m., Kapolei Lofts, 761 Wakea St. kapoleilofts.com

Star Performers & Twinkle Stars Dance Studio: 3 p.m., Ala Moana Centerstage. 955-9517

Mini Aquaponics Family Program: Make your own miniature aquaponics system — a sustainable way to grow fish and plants in the same system — with plants to grow and fish to take home. 4:30 p.m., Living Art Marine Center, 3239 Ualena St. $25 per kit. Reservations required: livingartmarinecenter.com/family.htm.

Oktoberfest at Turtle Bay Resort: A traditional German Oktoberfest with costume contests, stein-hoisting contests, chicken dancing and local handcrafted brews, plus music by Tavana. 5-10 p.m., Kuilima Point, Turtle Bay Resort. $25-$65. eventbrite.com

* “Paradigm Lost” Oahu Movie Premiere + Talk Story: Screening of a documentary that was filmed over a period of three years and in six countries. The film features Maui boy Kai Lenny, one of the world’s top big-wave professional champions, and world champions in big-wave, progressive surfing, kite-surfing, windsurfing, SUP and the surf foil. Event includes a meet-and-greet and autograph session with Lenny and other film principals. 5:30 p.m., Surfer, the Bar, Turtle Bay Resort. Donations welcome. 293-6020, turtlebayresort.com/talkstory-kailenny

An Evening With Monk Seals: Pack a picnic basket for a sunset dinner by the sea and an evening full of monk seal-related entertainment and activities, including music from Kamuela Kahoano, debut of monk seal-inspired local craft beer, footage of Hawaii’s native seal presented in a series of short films, and expert panels. 5:30-8:30 p.m., Waikiki Aquarium. $5-$10. Tickets: eventbrite.com. Info: 923-9741, waikikiaquarium.org.

Nightly Entertainment — Hula Kahiko: Performance of ancient Hawaiian dance by Halau ‘Olapakuikala‘i ‘o Hokualani with kuma hula Hoku Nihipali. 6 p.m., the Royal Grove, Royal Hawaiian Center. 922-2299

* Waikiki Ho‘olaule‘a: The 65th annual Aloha Festivals block party includes food, live music, hula performances, Hawaiian crafts, lei display and more. 7-10 p.m. along Kalakaua Avenue. 923-2030, alohafestivals.com


Scrub-a-Dub Dog Wash: A dog wash fundraiser to benefit Hawaiian Humane Society’s annual PetWalk next month. 9-11:30 a.m., Hawaiian Humane Society back parking lot on Kehena Place. $10 per dog. Tickets: hawaiianhumane.org.

Ala Moana Center’s Keiki Hula: 1 p.m., Ala Moana Centerstage. 955-9517

* Ramrambak V: A cultural showcase, in its fifth year, was created as a celebration of Amianan cultures in Northern Philippines. Ramrambak, an Ilocano term that translates to “celebrations,” features songs, dances, dramatic performances, food, exhibits of artifacts and more. 2-4 p.m., The Filipino Community Center ballroom, Waipahu. 680-0451

Hawai‘iloa Fundraiser: Benefit event — for the Hawaiian voyaging canoe and the nonprofit organization Friends of Hokule‘a and Hawai‘iloa — includes heavy pupu, beer and wine, a silent auction and entertainment by John Cruz, Robi Kahakalau, Nathan Nahinu, Donald Kaulia and more. 2-5 p.m., Hard Rock Cafe Honolulu, $40 presale, $50 at the door. fhh-hawaiiloa.eventbrite.com

The Traveling Plate: Statewide culinary tour to benefit Easter Seals Hawaii. Event includes dinner at chef/owner Kevin Lee’s new restaurant, PAI Honolulu, which will host an exclusive private seating with mixologist Dave Power. 5-7:30 p.m., PAI Honolulu. $150-200. Tickets: eventbrite.com. Info: travelingplatehi.com.

Cocktails & Cacti: Art Bridge Events presents this Susan G. Komen event to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research. Make a “butterfly hope”-themed terrarium with succulent plants and enjoy pink cocktails and happy-hour menu items crafted by chef Russell Siu. 5:30-7:30 p.m., 3660 on the Rise. $50; 21+. artbridgeeventshi.com/cocktails-cacti

Swing Dance Club Hawaii: Music by Bert Burgess and lesson (swing and other dance styles) by Greg Underwood. 6-9:15 p.m., Palladium at Ala Wai Golf Clubhouse. $5-$8, snacks included. 529-8816


Pearl City High School Homecoming Parade: 2:30-3:45 p.m., starting at the school’s stadium parking lot and ending at Pacheco Neighborhood Park. 307-5500

‘Aha ‘Aina: A Royal Hawaiian Lu‘au: Oceanfront dinner show. 5:30-­8 p.m., Royal Hawaiian hotel. $89-$198. 921-4600, royal-hawaiianluau.com


Kuhio Beach Hula Show: Ainsley Halemanu and Hula Halau Ka Liko o ka Palai. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Kuhio Beach hula mound, Waikiki. 843-8002


Family Farmer’s Food, Crafts and Gift Fair: Fresh produce, home-style food, gift items and more. 3-6:30 p.m., Momilani Community Center, Pearl City. 479-5525

Teen Slam Poetry: Writing and performance workshops by Pacific Tongues and Youth Speaks Hawaii. 4:30-6 p.m., The Arts at Mark Garage. 521-2903, artsatmarks.com

Nightly Entertainment — Malu Productions: Hawaiian entertainment by a company that presents fast-paced and interactive shows. 6 p.m., the Royal Grove, Royal Hawaiian Center. 922-2299


‘Aha ‘Aina: A Royal Hawaiian Lu‘au: Oceanfront dinner show. 5:30-­8 p.m., Royal Hawaiian hotel. $89.01-$197.91. 921-4600, royal-hawaiianluau.com

Kuhio Beach Hula Show: Joan “Auntie Pudgie” Young and Puamelia. 6:30-7:30 p.m. Thursdays, Kuhio Beach hula mound, Waikiki. 843-8002

Ladies Night — Ladies of the ’80s: Screening of “When Harry Met Sally,” part of weekly showings of iconic ’80s films, perfect for an evening out with the BFFs. 7 p.m., Ward Theatres. $10. consolidatedtheatres.com


“Magic of Polynesia”: Starring John Hiro­kawa. 7 p.m. daily (6:15 p.m. dinner), Magic of Polynesia Theater, Holiday Inn Waikiki Beachcomber Resort. $39-$149. 971-4321, magicofpolynesia.com

“Ha: Breath of Life”: Polynesian dance, music and fireknives. 7:30-9 p.m. Monday-Saturday, Polynesian Cultural Center, Laie.$19.95-$49.95. 293-3333, polynesia.com

“Rock-A-Hula”: 8 p.m. Saturday-Thursday. Royal Hawaiian Center. $39-$185. “Child Free” luau special: Keiki ages 3-11 receive free admission to the luau buffet and show (with each paying adult); runs through Sept. 30. 629-7469, rockahulahawaii.com

“Te Moana Nui”: A journey through old Hawaii and legends of Polynesia with song and dance. 7:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Ainahau Showroom, Sheraton Princess Kaiulani. Cocktail/dinner packages $45-$155. 921-4600, princess-kaiulani.com/show

Correction: For print (website fixed): The Out ‘N’ About calendar in Friday’s TGIF listing an outdated website for the 2017 Korean Festival. The correct link is koreanfestivalhawaii.com.
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