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Weather disrupts many events around Honolulu

Today’s farmers market at Kapiolani Community College has been canceled due to concerns about weekend weather.

A number of other entertainment and community events have been canceled, relocated or rescheduled:

>>Hawaii Theatre Center is canceling events scheduled for Sept. 3 and 4.

>> The Oahu Walk to End Alzheimer’s, originally scheduled for today, has been rescheduled for Oct. 22 at Moanalua Gardens.

>> The Miss Hawaii Chinatown Scholarship Pageant scheduled for today at the Hawaii Theatre has been postponed. A new date is expected to be announced.

>> Today’s Sunset on the Beach event featuring films about humpback whales at Hilton Hawaiian Village has been relocated indoors to the Coral Ballroom, Rooms 4 and 5. Since capacity is limited, ticket holders for the public event must re-register at limitedsotbhumpbacks.eventbrite.com.

>> The Okinawan Festival, scheduled for today and Sunday at Kapiolani Park, has been canceled.

>> Gore Vidal’s political play “The Best Man,” which was to open this weekend at The Actors’ Group, has been rescheduled to open Friday.

>> The Aloha Festivals Royal Court investiture and opening scheduled for today has been rescheduled for 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at the Royal Hawaiian Center’s Royal Grove.

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  • Now that the hurricane watch is over, wonder if these events that were cancelled can scramble to run again as planned. Like the Okinawan festival can get their tents pitched back up, get everyone back to setup, food prepped, get the word out that the event is back on, etc. Yes, that would take incredible effort by the event organizers but when there is a will, there is a way. Not like everyone got anything else to do except watch UH lose to Michigan on TV in the morning. Most people where ready to hunker down in their homes to ride out the storm but now that hurricane Lester has moved safely away, they need to do something fun.

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