NEW YEAR CELEBRATION
Saturday Feb 1 – 11am to 2pm
Town Center of Mililani will have dancing, fireworks, dragon puppets, a
martial arts show and much more during the Chinese New Year’s
celebration at the Town Center. For more information call 625-5233.
NEW YEAR CELEBRATION
Saturday Feb 1 – 10am
City Shopping Center will hold its annual Chinese New Year celebration
with lion dances, firecrackers, fortune cookies and more. The event will
be held in lower level parking lot fronting Kaimuki Avenue. For more
information call 734-0282.
Sunday Feb 2 – 12:30pm
best players from the AFC face their counterparts from the NFC in the
NFL’s All-Star Game. The game will be played at Aloha Stadium. For
tickets and more information visit www.probowl.com or call 526-4400.
& GREET DR. STEPHEN LITTLE
Sunday Feb 2 – 2pm to 4pm
Honolulu Academy of the Arts will host a free reception at the Academy to
introduce Stephen Little, PhD as the new Director of the Honolulu Academy
of the Arts. For more information call 532-8700.
ANNUAL PEARL OPEN AND PRO-AM GOLF
Monday Feb 3 to 9 – call for times
190 top professional and amateur golfers from Japan and America play at
the Pearl Country Club. This event is free and all are welcome to come out
and watch the golfers. For more information call 487-3802.
BUILDING & REMODELING SHOW
Thursday Feb 6 to 9 – call for times
Professional Help...Before It’s Too Late” is the theme of the 9th
Annual BIA Home Building & Remodeling Show. This event will be held at
the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall and will showcase the newest and best
building industry products and services. It will also provide homeowners
with a one-stop shop for the latest information. For more information call
Sonya 847-4666 ext. 206.
Friday Feb 7 – 6pm
Mentgen, Founder and Director for the Healing Touch program will share her
wisdom about working with the human energy system, with a focus on
women’s health, wellness, and self-care for balance and vitality. The
program will be at the Mabel Smyth building in Queen’s Hospital. For
more information call 484-4881.
MOANA PARK ARTFEST
Saturday Feb 8 & 9 – 9am to 4pm
featuring Made in Hawaii products from local handcraft artisans and fine
artists, music and wonderful food and snacks will be held at Ala Moana
Beach Park (Diamond Head side). For information call Nancy 696-6717.
Saturday Feb 8 – Noon to 4pm
of all ages are invited to exercise their creative side and learn more
about the creative industry behind surfboard production at The
Contemporary Museum, in Makiki Heights. For more information call
SHOP ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Saturday Feb 8, 9 & 11 – call for times
very popular annual sale offers extraordinary bargains on books, jewelry,
stationery, posters, ethnic clothing, and one-of-a-kind collectibles from
the Honolulu Academy of Arts’ Academy Art Center. For more information
FOODS FAMILY SUNDAY
Sunday Feb 9 – 9am to 5pm
Celebration of the Korean Centennial on the Great Lawn of the Bishop
Museum – exhibits, games and craft activities for kids, delicious food,
live entertainment, demonstrations and more. Bring a Kraft Cheese Wrapper
and receive free admission for up to four people. Call 847-3511.
GUARD BOATING COURSE
Monday Feb 10 – ongoing class
USCG Auxiliary will be presenting a boating course beginning February 10
and running through March 31. This certified course, which meets USCG,
state and national state boating law administrators requirements will be
held in the evenings at Kalaheo High School. For more information and to
pre-register call Bob 247-3793.
& INVESTMENT WORKSHOP
Tuesday Feb 11 – 6:30pm
Jones Investment representatives will present a free 1-hour workshop on
how to select your retirement age and what steps may be needed to reach
your financial goal. For more information and to reserve a seat call Mel
or Linda 247-2072.
CITIZEN VALENTINE DANCE
Wednesday Feb 12 - 9am to 12:30pm
of Hearts” will be the theme for this years 33rd Annual Senior Citizens
Valentine Dance at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. For more information
call Michael 692-5106.
Thursday, Feb 13 – morning classes
American Heart Association will present three separate 90-minute classes
(8am, 10am, Noon and 2pm) on CPR awareness. The classes will be held at
Bishop Square’s Pacific Tower in HEI Conference Room 1. For information
and registration call 538-7021 ext. 34.
OPERA THEATRE PRESENTS THE MAGIC FLUTE
Friday Feb 14, 16 & 18 – call for times
Magic Flute, set in Egypt, is a tale of a hero’s quest for true love.
Starring a prince who is sent on a mission to rescue the princess he loves
from the evil Queen, they face a true test of their love in order to
escape from the web of trials. Show times will be at 8pm (Friday), 4pm
(Sunday) and 7:30pm (Tuesday). For more information call Gayleen 596-7858.
ALOHA RUN HEALTH, FITNESS & SPORTS EXPO
Friday Feb 14 to 16 – call for times
ways to encourage a healthy life-style and physical fitness along with
discovering new products and services. Enjoy demonstrations, fun contest,
games, and sponsor prize give-aways at the annual expo being held at the
Blaisdell Exhibition Hall. On Saturday there will be a keiki fun run &
senior citizens run/walk. For more information call 528-7388.
Sunday Feb 16 – 12pm to 1:30pm
West Qigong International (EWQI) is presenting a free Qigong Seminar at
Kaimuki-Waialae YMCA. Qigong is an ancient Chinese system of self-healing
which uses special methods of breathing, posture and mental concentration
to balance and strengthen energy systems and reduce stress with-in the
body. For more information call 941-9707.
ANNUAL GREAT ALOHA RUN
Monday Feb 17 – 6:59am
8.15 mile run/walk starts at Aloha Tower in downtown Honolulu (with
entertainment along the route) and ends in Aloha Stadium (with
entertainment at the stadium). For more information call 528-7388.
Friday Feb 21 – 6:30pm
Bishop Museum will be having a family sleepover that features fun hands-on
activities related to the Century of the Tiger: A Centennial Celebration
of the Korean Americans 1903-2003 exhibit. This event is most suitable for
children ages 6 to 10. For more information and reservations
USA: FROM BLUES TO BROADWAY
Friday Feb 21 to 23 – call for times
Performing Arts Center, at Castle High School, presents a musical revue
featuring sixty public school youth from 5th to 8th grade in energetic
song and dance. For more information and ticket reservations call
ANNUAL SANCTUARY OCEAN COUNT
Saturday Feb 22 – 8am to 12pm
Sanctuary Ocean Count was initiated as a means to provide Hawaii residents
and visitors with the opportunity to actively participate in evaluating
the status of humpback whales in their breeding grounds by conducting a
yearly shore-based census during the peak breeding season. For more
information call Chris 397-2656.
MUSICIAN TERRANCE SIMIEN
Saturday Feb 22 – call for time
your beach chairs and blankets to spread on our courtyard lawn for this
one-of-a-kind outdoor performance. Celebrate Mardi Gras with Terrance
Simien, one of America’s most exciting zydeco artists, at the Leeward
Community College Theatre. For more information call Barbara 455-0385.
Saturday Feb 22 – 7pm to 9pm
competition will be held at the Centerstage of the Ala Moana Center. For
information call 955-9517.
Saturday Feb 22 – 7:30pm
Martín and José Melitón present Spanish piano music from the 18th
century to the present. The works of Isaac Albéniz, Enrique Granados,
Manuel de Falla, and Joaquin Turina will be featured. The event takes
place at The Doris Duke at the Academy. For more information call
Saturday Feb 22 & 23 – 9am to 4pm
featuring Made in Hawaii products from over 75 local handcraft
artisans and fine artists, music, and wonderful foods. Located in
Kapiolani Park near the bandstand, opposite the Honolulu Zoo. For more
information call Nancy 696-6717.
PERIMETER 134 MILE RELAY
Saturday Feb 22 – 6pm
32nd running of the Oahu Perimeter Relay starts at Kapiolani Park and
continues into Sunday as it covers 134 miles of Oahu’s perimeter. For
more information call 295-MPRR.
Sunday Feb 23 – 11am to 4pm
and other health professionals from the Castle Medical Center will be at
the Windward Mall to provide nutrition counseling, health screenings,
computerized coronary risk profiles, low-fat food samples and low
cholesterol & low-fat recipes. For more information call 263-5400.
PASSENGER FITTING STATION
Wednesday Feb 26 – call for appt.
Queen’s Medical Center will be hosting a car seat safety station to
check that you have correctly installed your child’s car seat. For more
information call 537-7117.
Wednesday Feb 26 – 6pm to 8pm
Mozo, a rising star of the surf culture industry, will discuss how surf
magazines, photographers and videos have created not only a buzz but also
a mystique to the surfing lifestyle. He will discuss his work at the
Contemporary Museum at First Hawaiian Center. For more information call
ON THIS ISLAND
Friday Feb 28 - 7:30pm
musical based on the novel My Love, My Love, by Rosa Guy, will feature
students and alumni from Oahu's public schools as well as students from
Kapiolani Community College and the University of Hawaii. The show will be
held at Kaimuki High School Theater. There will also be show dates in
early March. For more information call 733-4913.