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Out ‘n’ About calendar



Hawaii Seniors’ Fair — The Good Life Expo: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. today-Sunday, Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. blaisdellcenter.com

“Gannenmono: A Legacy of Eight Generations in Hawai‘i”: Exhibit honors the 150th anniversary of the arrival of the gannenmono, the first Japanese plantation workers to Hawaii, with first-hand accounts, historic illustrations and authentic cultural objects. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily through spring 2019, Bishop Museum. $10.95-$24.95, free for ages 3 and younger. Parking: $5. 847-3511, bishop museum.org

SALT at Our Kaka‘ako’s Pa‘akai Marketplace: Monthly event celebrates Native Hawaiian culture with local artists, crafters and cultural practitioners, classes and performances. Music by Ian O’Sullivan and Kevin Okimoto (today), and Mike Tulba and Dayton Watanabe (Saturday). 5 p.m. today-Saturday, SALT at Our Kaka‘ako. saltatkakaako.com.

Hawaii All American Rodeo: Hawaii’s “queen of country music” Dita Holifield hosts the celebration, which features rodeo events including bull riding, barrel racing and roping. There will also be a petting zoo, pony rides, mechanical bull riding and more. 7 p.m. today and noon and 7 p.m. Saturday, New Town & Country Stables, 41-1800 Kalanianaole Highway, Waimanalo. $18-$39, $15-$28 in advance. hawaiiallamericanrodeo.com

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

Malama Makua: Beach cleanup and live music (after Saturday cleanup) featuring Mike Love, Kimie Miner, Paula Fuga and Robi Kahakalau. 9 a.m. Saturday-Sunday, Makua Beach and surrounding beaches. sustainablecoastlineshawaii.org

ACT II — A Fashion Reprise Pop-Up: A fundraiser for Hawaii Opera Theatre, the event features couture and designer apparel, handbags, shoes, jewelry, art and home accents. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Hawaii Opera Plaza. hawaiiopera.org

Catch-and-Release Family Fishing: 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. 233-7323

Jurassic Tour: Dinosaur adventure exhibit features more than 50 life-size dinosaurs in replicas of their natural habitat. Ride a baby dinosaur or 12-foot animatronic T-rex, and go on a fossil dig. There will also be a Jurassic-themed bounce area, jungle wall and more. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday, Windward Mall parking deck, lower level. $29-$39; $3 off military discount available for tickets purchases at the venue (not available online). jurassictour.com

“Rebel Without a Cause”: Screening of the 1955 classic film starring James Dean. Part of Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies’ yearlong “TCM Big Screen Classics” series, which will present 13 films spanning the 1930s to the 1990s. 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday and Wednesday, Dole Cannery Stadium 18. $13.09. fathomevents.com


Moanalua High School Homecoming Parade: 3 p.m., starting and ending at the school’s student parking lot. 831-7914

Kailua Night Market: Showcase of the foods, crafts, talents, customs and people of Kailua. 5-9 p.m., The ARTs@SZ, 50 Kihapai St., next to Hardware Hawaii and parking behind Olive Boutique. kailuanightmarket.com

8th annual Peace Day Interfaith Celebration: Song and dance, hula, taiko, and remarks by speakers of diverse religious traditions to celebrate Peace Day. Sponsored by Honpa Hongwanji Mission of Hawaii with Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii Betsuin, Pacific Buddhist Academy and The Interfaith Alliance Hawaii. 6:30 p.m., 1727 Pali Highway, enter parking from Lusitana St. 522-9200, hongwanjihawaii.com

Hilton Hawaiian Village Friday Night Fireworks: 7:45 p.m., off the beach at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. hiltonhawaiianvillage.com


Museum Day: The 14th annual Smithsonian magazine event is a national “celebration of boundless curiosity,” with free admission offered at participating museums and cultural institutions across the country. To participate in Museum Day, download a free Museum Day ticket. One ticket is permitted per email address. Visitors who present a ticket will gain free entrance for two at participating venues, including Hawaii State Art Museum, Iolani Palace, Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii Historical Gallery and Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor. To download a ticket: smithsonian.com/museumday. Highlight:

>> Living History Day: In affiliation with Museum Day, Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor brings America’s history during World War II to life with World War II-themed games, screenings of “Go For Broke: An Origin Story” followed by a Q&A with cast and crew, big band music and swing dancing, open cockpits, scavenger hunt, and more. 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the museum on Ford Island. pacificaviationmuseum.org/events

North Shore Country Market: All produce sold is grown in Hawaii. 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Sunset Beach Elementary School, 59-360Kamehameha Highway. 234-9421

Coin & Stamp Show: 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m., Paradise Park, 3737 Manoa Road. 531-6252

Day at Queen Emma Summer Palace: Take a stroll on the palace grounds, shop at booths featuring local artisans and crafters, and listen to music by Jerry Santos, Ku‘uipo Kumukahi, Royal Hawaiian Band and more. The 42nd annual event is presented by Daughters of Hawaii. 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Queen Emma Summer Palace. $1-$7, free for ages 5 and younger. 595-6291, daughtersofhawaii.org

All-Star Bowl for Kids’ Sake: Big Brothers Big Sisters Hawaii’s 32nd annual bowling event and fundraiser with food, event T-shirts and prizes. 9 a.m.-8:30 p.m., Aiea Bowl. Registration required. To register or for details: 695-4566, mtrella@bbbshawaii.org.

Scrub-A-Dub Dog Wash: Hawaiian Humane Society hosts this PetWalk Paina fundraiser. 9:30 a.m.-noon at the society’s Moiliili campus, in the back parking lot. $10. 356-2240, events@hawaiianhumane.org

Hawaii Association of Independent Schools Education Fair: Event offers a line-up of independent schools, exhibitors, guest speakers and keiki activities, giving parents an opportunity to have their education questions answered in a central location. 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Hawaii Convention Center, room 316ABC. 973-1540, hais.us

Teddy Bear Round-Up and Family Resource Fair: Prevent Child Abuse Hawaii’s 21st annual event seeks donations of new or gently used teddy bears or stuffed animals, which will be shared with children who have suffered from child abuse. The event includes keiki activities, parenting information and entertainment by Island Storm and Street Jamz. 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Windward Mall Center Court. 951-0200, preventchildabusehawaii.org

Portuguese Festa: Malassadas and other traditional foods, crafts, ukulele displays, appearance by Frank DeLima, and more. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Hawaii’s Plantation Village, 94-695 Waipahu St. 677-0110

Family Day Open House: Tours of historic houses, lauhala weaving, candle making, 19th-century games, quill-writing activities and printing press demonstrations on a replica of the first printing press in Hawaii. Event also includes a history theatre presentation about the Rev. William Richards and music by Uncle Wayne and the Howling Dog Band. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives. missionhouses.org

Honolulu Star-Advertiser Career Expo: 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Ka Makana Ali‘i, Kapolei. kamakanaalii.com

Popoki + Tea Cat Cafe Pop-Up: Meet local foster kittens up for adoption, plus purchase boba tea and cookies. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., The Public Pet, 3422 Waialae Ave. popokiandtea.com

Hokulani Imaginarium Shows: Planetarium shows for all ages. Windward Community College. $6-$8. 235-7433, aerospace.wcc.hawaii.edu/imaginarium.html. Shows:

>> 1 p.m. “Perfect Little Planet”: Discover our solar system through the eyes of an alien family of insects looking for a perfect vacation spot. Fly over Pluto, sail through the rings of Saturn and more.

>> 2 p.m. “Two Small Pieces of Glass” and “Flight Adventure”: Double feature on how two pieces of glass turned a child’s toy into a telescope, and a summary of the science, technology and history of flight.

Ko Olina Children’s Festival: Films, face painting, balloon artists, food and more. All ticket proceeds benefit Kapi‘olani Medical Center for Women & Children. 2-8 p.m., Ko Olina Resort’s Kohola Lagoon 1 and Halawai Lawn at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa. $10-$30, free for ages 3 and younger. Parking: $10 (cash only). koolinachildrensfestival.com

Chinese Folk-Art Dance Performance: Featuring Chinese folk dances, tai chi and hula. 3 p.m., Mission Memorial Auditorium, 530 S. King St. 768-6666, honolulu.gov/moca

Hawaii Rice Festival: The ninth annual event celebrates Hawaii’s beloved grain and includes cooking demonstrations, eating competitions, entertainment, food and more. Brown rice donations welcome for Lanakila Pacific’s Meals on Wheels program, which feeds needy seniors. 3-9 p.m., Auahi Street, fronting Ward Centre. ricefest.com

Honolulu Oktoberfest: With German and Hawaiian live music, German food, lawn games and beers from around the world. 5-9 p.m., VIP admission 4 p.m., Bishop Museum Great Lawn. 21+. $40-$75. bishopmuseum.org, eventbrite.com

Streetlight Cadence: The quartet, which got its start busking in Waikiki, debuts its new reality TV show “Will Play for Food,” which premieres on Sept. 26 on KFVE. Get a preview of the show, enjoy a live performance from the band and enjoy free food and drinks, games and prizes. DJ Jem also will entertain. 6-8 p.m. Ka Makani Ali’i shopping center, Kapolei. kamakanaalii.com

Aloha Festivals 66th annual Waikiki Hoolaulea: Block party with booths highlighting Hawaii cuisine, crafts and culture, plus four stages with top local artists including Kapena, Brother Noland, The Makaha Sons, Mark Yamanaka, award-winning halau hula and more. 7-10 p.m., Kalakaua Avenue. alohafestivals.com


Joe Recca’s Hoolaulea: Event follows the Aloha Festivals celebration with Hawaiian artisans, food and music by Jeff Rasmussen and Na Hoa. Raffle and door prizes to benefit a designated non-profit organization that perpetuates Hawaiian culture. Noon-4 p.m., Surfjack Hotel & Swim Club. 923-8882, surfjack.com

Celebrate Chuseok: Celebrate “Autumn Eve” with a live concert featuring traditional Korean dance and music. Chuseok is a major harvest festival in mid-autumn, also known as Korea’s three-day version of Thanksgiving. 2 p.m., Doris Duke Theatre, Honolulu Museum of Art. $12-$15. 532-6097, honolulumuseum.org

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. 277-5105


Chichinagami Shinubu — In the Light of the Full Moon: Guests from Ryukyu, Okinawa, in collaboration with Ukwanshin Kabudan, a Ryukyu/Okinawa performing arts troupe based in Hawaii, present traditional and original performances in honor of Juguya, the Mid Autumn Moon Festival. 7 p.m., Doris Duke Theatre, Honolulu Museum of Art. $20-$25. 532-6097, honolulumuseum.org

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

Value of Journalism in a Free Society: Agents of Change presents a panel of experts in the field of journalism to discuss the differences between news and information versus opinion, propaganda, satire and fake news. 6-7:30 p.m., Wang Auditorium, Le Jardin Academy in Kailua. agentsofchangeoahu.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

Improvised Theater: Open drop-in classes presented by Improv in Paradise. 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Impact Hub Honolulu. $10. 728-7146, improvinparadise.com


Hana Hou Picture Show — “Fast Times at Ridgemont High”: Screening of the 1982 comedy starring Jennifer Jason Leigh and Phoebe Cates. 7 p.m., Consolidated Theatres’ Ward location. $10. consolidatedtheatres.com


“Go For Broke”: Movie screening. 1, 5:30 and 8 p.m., Blaisdell Concert Hall. $10-$14. 800-745-3000, ticketmaster.com

Goodies & Grinds Farmer’s Market: Featuring produce from local farms. Hosted by Washington Middle School’s student body government and science club, organizers hope to raise money for the science department to start its own hydroponic and aquaponic systems, and to sell its own produce. 3:30-6 p.m. at the school, on the corner of South King and Punahou streets. 973-0177

Waialua High School Homecoming Parade: 4 p.m., starting at the school’s parking lot and ending at the school’s gym. 358-3126

Radford High School Homecoming Parade: 4:30 p.m., starting and ending at the school’s parking lot. 421-4218

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

Kumu Kahua Theatre Annual “Kala-bash” Fundraiser: Includes music by Paul Wilcox and Hamajang, and silent auction featuring home decor, jewelry and two roundtrip flights on Alaska Airlines. Also, “tasty bites” from area restaurants, including Pig and the Lady, Encore, Nosh, Murphy’s Bar & Grill, and Cakeworks. 6-8:30 p.m. (VIP hour 5:30 p.m.), 46 Merchant St. $60, $75 VIP. kumukahua.org

Hanauma Talks: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Coral Reef Ecosystem Division seminar on cryptofauna diversity in the tropical Pacific, by Molly Timmers, Ocean and Climate Change Team. 6:15-7:30 p.m., Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve Visitor Center. (Free parking after 4 p.m.) 397-5840

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

Improvised Theater: Open drop-in classes presented by Improv in Paradise. 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Impact Hub Honolulu. $10. 728-7146, improvinparadise.com


Huki: Polynesian Cultural Center’s new canoe showcase, which explores Polynesian myths and customs and includes beloved island songs and newly composed music. The lagoon experience features an array of canoes and an armada of double-hulled vessels carrying drummers, dancers, singers and storytellers. 2:30 p.m. daily, Polynesian Cultural Center, 55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie. Free to watch with purchase of general admission: $41.57-$64.95 (Kamaaina must sign up to be an Ohana Club Member in order to receive kamaaina discount). polynesia.com/huki

“Ka Moana”: Sea Life Park’s new luau experience with Malu Productions. 5:30 p.m. Friday and Sunday-Wednesday at the park’s Makapuu Meadows. $74-$159. 926-3800, moanaluau.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 music and fireknives. 7:30-9 p.m. Monday-Saturday, Polynesian Cultural Center, Laie. $19.95-$49.95. 293-3333, polynesia.com

Waikiki’s Rock’n Reception: Theater and dining experience set in 1955 in Waikiki at the (staged) wedding reception of characters Kaleo Ka‘ana‘ana and Penny Crawford. 6:30-8:30 p.m. Saturdays, Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, Sheraton Princess Kaiulani Hotel, Ainahau Showroom. $90-$159 (includes buffet, one drink, cotton candy, dessert and show). 400-1955, waikikisrocknreception.com

“Rock-A-Hula”: Featuring Johnny Fortuno (Elvis) and Jason Jarrett (Michael Jackson). 8 p.m. (6 p.m. dinner) Saturday-Thursday, Royal Hawaiian Center. $33.21-$185. Children 3-11 free with an adult Luau Buffet & Show package, through Sept. 30. 629-7469, rockahulahawaii.com

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

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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