BIKE RIDE/FUN WALK FOR EPILEPSY
Sunday Feb 1 – 7am
Epilepsy Foundation of Hawaii will be hosting the 2nd Annual Ride/Walk for
Epilepsy. This fundraising event will take place at the Kapiolani
Community College and will include food, fun, prizes and activities for
the keiki before and after the ride/walk. Participants are encouraged to
bring family, friends, pets, bikes, scooters or wheelchairs. For more
information call 528-3058.
BUILDING & REMODELING SHOW
Thursday Feb 5 to 8 – call for times
Professional Help...Before It’s Too Late” is the theme of this
year’s show. This event is being presented by the Building Industry
Association of Hawaii and will be held in the Exhibition Hall at the
Blaisdell Center. For more information call Nalani at 847-4666 ext. 206.
PEARL OPEN AND PRO-AM GOLF TOURNAMENT
Thursday Feb 5 to 8 - daytime
Aloha Section of the PGA sponsors this local pro-am golf tournament being
held at the Pearl Country Club. The event is free and all are welcome to
come out and watch the golfers. For more information call 487-3802.
Friday Feb 6 & 7 - 11am to 11pm
carnival is held at the Punahou School Campus (Punahou Street and Wilder
Avenue) and is sponsored by the junior class to benefit the Punahou
financial aid program and student activities. The carnival features 20
action-packed E.K. Fernandez rides, great food (malassadas, Hawaiian
plate, Portuguese bean soup, chili, nachos and Greek gyros sandwiches),
skills booths, arts and crafts, White Elephant, fresh produce, haku leis,
ceramics, plants, auction, island artwork and much more. Admission to the
Carnival grounds is free. For more information call 944-5711.
PRO FOOTBALL FESTIVAL
Saturday Feb 7 – 10am to 6pm
A free festival for fans of all ages, featuring
local bands, free autographs from NFL players and Pro Bowl cheerleaders,
NFL mascots, interactive football games, prize giveaways and non-stop
entertainment will be held at Kapiolani Park. For information visit
SUNSET ON THE BEACH
Saturday Feb 7 & 8 – 6:30pm
Picnic on the
beach as the sun sets and the moon rises while watching feature films
under the stars at Queen’s Surf Beach. The movie on Friday will be “Radio”
and “Out of Time” will be shown on Saturday. While at the beach
you can taste spectacular food dishes from Waikiki’s leading restaurants
from 4pm to 9pm. For information call 523-4811.
NFL PRO BOWL
Sunday Feb 8 – 2:30pm
The 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 call 486-9300.
COAST GUARD BOATING
Monday Feb 10 – ongoing classes
USCG Auxiliary will be presenting a boating course beginning February 9
and running through March 22. This certified course meets USCG, state and
national state boating law administrators’ requirements. The course is
open to the public and will be held in the evenings at the Windward
Community College. For more information and to pre-register call 234-6926.
SENIOR CITIZEN VALENTINE
Wednesday Feb 11 - 9am to 12:30pm
The 34th Annual
Senior Citizens Valentine Dance will be held at the Blaisdell Exhibition
Hall. The dance will feature fun, friendship, games and even a few local
celebrities will be on hand to dance the morning away. For more
information call Roger 692-5106.
LATIN DANCE NIGHT
Saturday Feb 14 – 6:30pm
The largest floor
for Latin dancing in Honolulu takes place at the Atherton YMCA (1810
University Avenue) in Monoa. The night provides for great music in a
smoke-free environment for all ages. A $5 cover charge includes free
mini-lessons in Salsa and Argentine tango. For more information call
ACADEMY SHOP CLEARANCE
Saturday Feb 14 to 17 – call for times
This annual event,
held at The Honolulu Academy of Arts, Academy Shop (900 South Beretania
St.) happens only once a year and is guaranteed to have great deals on
store merchandise. For more information call 532-8700.
BRUNCH ON THE BEACH
Sunday Feb 15 – 9:30am to 1:30pm
City crews will once again transform
Kalakaua Avenue into a charming Hawaiian outdoor cafe with artificial
turf, tables, chairs and bright blue umbrellas. It’s Brunch on the Beach
and all are welcome to join in the
spirit of Aloha to enjoy the best Hawaiian entertainment and brunch
delicacies at incredibly low prices. For information call 523-2489.
GREAT ALOHA RUN HEALTH,
FITNESS & SPORTS EXPO
Friday Feb 13 to 15 – call for times
ways to encourage a healthy life-style and physical fitness along with
discovering new products and services at the Great Aloha Run Health,
Fitness & Sports Expo. The expo will be held at the Blaisdell
Exhibition Hall and will feature fun contest, games, demonstrations, and
sponsor prize give-aways. For more information call 528-7388.
GREAT ALOHA RUN
Monday Feb 16 – 7am
The 20th Annual
Great Aloha Run is Hawaii’s largest participatory event for raising
charitable money, encouraging a healthy lifestyle, promoting physical
fitness and bringing people from all over the world together. The
8.15-mile run/walk starts at Aloha Tower and ends at Aloha Stadium. For
more information call 528-7388.
VALENTINE’S BIATHLON RELAY
Saturday Feb 21 – 7:30am
The relay begins
and ends at Ala Moana Park (Magic Island) and includes a 2.5 mile run and
a 1,000 meter swim. For registration and more information call Matthew
Friday Feb 20 & 21 – 11am to 10pm
and experience Sacred Hearts Academy’s annual fundraiser to be held on
its Kaimuki campus. Delicious food, Xtreme
Fun rides, challenging games, a farmers’ market, white elephant,
plants and craft fair will surely please the young and the young at heart.
For more information call Rodney 791-2205.
SUNSET ON THE BEACH
Saturday Feb 21 & 22 – 6:30pm
on the beach as the sun sets and the moon rises while watching feature
films under the stars at Queen’s Surf Beach. The movie on Friday will be
“Bad Boys 2” and “Under the Tuscon Sun” will be shown on Saturday.
While at the beach you can taste spectacular food dishes from Waikiki’s
leading restaurants from 4pm to 9pm. For more information call 523-4811.
ACADEMY “ART AFTER DARK”
Friday Feb 27 – 5pm to 9pm
This new social
event is dedicated to creating opportunities for young adults from ages 20
to 40 to explore the world of visual arts in a stimulating social setting.
Dinner is also available in the Pavilion Cafe. For more information call
ANNUAL SANCTUARY OCEAN COUNT
Saturday Feb 28 – 8am to Noon
Ocean Count lets Hawaii residents and visitors help evaluate the status of
humpback whales in their breeding grounds, by conducting a yearly
shore-based census. If you are interested in participating as a general
volunteer or site leader please call the Hawaiian
Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary at 397-2656.
Body Mind Retreat
Saturday Feb 28 – 9am to Noon
Dr. Dean Nelson of
WindHorse Health-Care will be conducting a retreat at Diamond Head Unity
Church. For more information call 254-5577.
OAHU PERIMETER 134 MILE RELAY
Saturday Feb 28 & 29 – 6pm
The 33rd running of the Oahu Perimeter Relay starts at
Kapiolani Park and continues into Sunday as it covers 134 miles of
Oahu’s perimeter. For registration and more information call 295MPRR.