Art exhibit by kailua artist WARREN STENBERG

All month Feb 2 - 28

Warren Stenberg, Kailua artist, exhibits 50 new and recent paintings at Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens, Kaneohe. Call 262-8306.

monkeys in waterfallS concert

Fri & Sat Feb 4 & 5 – 7:30 pm

Using masks, movement and music, Monkey Waterfalls tell “stories that amuse and enchant audiences.” Not recommended for children under eight. At Paliku Theatre at Windward Community College. Adults $15. Call 235-7433 for tickets.

Conscious Eating and

Fri Feb 4 – 6 to 8 pm

Share a yoga practice to bring awareness to the belly; let go of tensions at the end of the week; and be nourished with a simple bowl of brown rice, eaten in quiet. Call 232-8327.

honouliuli preserve hike

Sat Feb 5 – 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

The Nature Conversancy offers this moderate hike with great vistas but steep drop offs. Ages 13 and up. $10 p/person. Call 587-6220.

Ukulele master gordon
mark concert

Sat Feb 5 – 7:30 pm

Unusual solo appearance by Mark at HPR’s Atherton Performing Arts Studio. Mix of traditional and classical works. $17.50 for non-members. For more information call 955-8821.

Open auditions for “Sons
of ulster”

Sat Feb 5 – 10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Seeking nine male actors for Cruel Theatre’s production of Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme opening in March 2005. Auditions will be at University of Hawaii-Manoa Kennedy Theatre. 523-1004.

chinese new year’s celebration

Sun Feb 6 – 10:30 am

Help welcome in the Year of the Rooster as Chinese Physical Culture Assn. Brings lion dance to Pearlridge Center at Uptown Center Court. Call 488-0981.

Chinese New Year’s

Sun Feb 6 – 1:30 pm – 4 pm

Celebrate the Chinese New Year’s early with a lion dance performance and martial arts demonstration by the Chinese Physical Cultural Association at the Aloha Tower Marketplace. Call 566-2337.

Evensong at St. Andrew’s

Sun Feb 6 – 7:30 pm

John McCreary, Canon Emeritus, Guest Organist and the St. Andrew’s Cathedral Choir, Organ Recital and Choral Evensong. Call 524-2822, ext. 223.

Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday at
the Aloha Tower

Tues Feb 8 – 7 pm

Celebrate Fat Tuesdays at Hawaii’s only waterfront block party in town while you enjoy entertainment on four different stages, a Mardi Gras parade, and our party girls will be passing out tons of free beads. Call 566-2337.

“Intro. to Chinese Medicine”

Thurs Feb 8 – 6:15 pm

Health workshop at the Castle Professional Center in Kaneohe Room 415. Free. Call 234-5535 for reservations.

Bishop Museum Seminar

Thurs Feb 10 – 4 pm

World-renowned ichthyologist Dr. Jack Randall discusses how fish mimic others to protect themselves. 848-4171.

“Concert in the Courtyard”

Thurs Feb 10 – 5:30 to 7 pm

Hawaii’s favorite entertainers under the stars at the Sheraton Moana Surfrider. Featured artists include Vaihi Vahitian, Herb Ohta Jr., Kuuipo Kumukahi. Free with minimum bar purchase. For more information call 922-3111.


Opens Fri Feb 11 - 27 – Thus - Sat at 8 pm; Sun at 4 pm

Tells the comedic story of Oscar Jaffe, a successful and egomaniacal Broadway director. The play is directed by James MacArthur (known for his role as Danny “Danno” Williams on Hawaii Five-O) and Bill Ogilvie. Diamond Head Theatre. Call 733-0277.

moonlight tour at sea
life park

Fri Feb 11 – 7 to 8:30 pm

Find out what goes on afterdark at the park. Bring a flashlight and explore the noctural habits of the animals. Adults $13, keiki $7. Call 259-7933.

Pro Bowl Block Party

Fri Feb 11 – 7 pm

Free autograph sessions with NFL stars, cheerleaders, photo opportunities with NFL mascots, cheerleaders, free giveaways and great food. Aloha Tower. Call 566-2337.

Ukulele legend bill tapia

Sat Feb 12 – 7:30 pm

Celebrating his 97th birthday, this concert follows the release of his latest CD. Paliku Theatre, Windward Community College. $25. Call 945-1022.


Sun Feb 13 – Daytime

Stories of Celebration and the Makahiki. Storytelling presentations and workshops, live entertainment and food, activities for kids, exhibits. Bishop Museum. Call 848-4171.


Sun Feb 13 – 2:30 pm

The best players at their positions from the AFC face their counterparts from the NFC in the Leagues All-Star Game NFL Pro Bowl at the Aloha Stadium. Ticket information: www.nfl.com/pro


Fri - Sat Feb 18 & 19 – 7:30 pm

Waikiki headliners for more than three decades now headquartered at Bally’s in Las Vegas, returns to Honolulu at the historic Hawaii Theatre. For more information call 528-0506.

Valentine in Paradise: How to Prevent Heart Disease

Sat Feb 19 – 8:30 am to 12:30 pm

A panel of cardiology experts will discuss ways to be more proactive in reducing risk factors, recognizing symp-
toms, and seeking early treatment to keep your heart healthy. Renaissance Ilikai Waikiki Hotel, Pacific Ballroom. Free. Call 524-6755.


Sat-Sun Feb 19 & 20 – 9 am to 4 pm

Celebrate the Arts of Hawaii at our Waikiki Artfest located at Kapiolani Park directly across from the Honolulu Zoo. Features the display and sale of fine
art and handcrafted products sold by the artist, live entertainment and food.
Call 696-6717.

21st Annual Great Aloha Run

Mon Feb 21 – Sunrise

The 8.15-mile relatively flat course starts at Aloha Tower in downtown
Honolulu, winds its way along the historic harbor, down Nimitz Highway, Kamehameha Hwy. and on to Aloha Stadium. Call 528-7388.


Thurs - Sun Feb 24 - 27 – Various times

This play about the life of surfing legend and Hawaiian cultural activist Eddie Aikau. Four local boys tell Eddie’s life story, from his childhood to his days a big-wave surfer and his
fateful journey on the Hokulea. Kumu Kahua Theater. Call 839-9885.


Fri - Sat Feb 24 - 26 – 7:30 pm

Inspired by “Madame Butterfly” and transferred to a modern setting that includes the fall of Saigon, MISS SAIGON is a revolutionary musical whose production by Cameron Mackintosh set records in London. Presented by Army Community Theatre, Richardson Theatre in Fort Shafter. Call 438-4480.

Kaunala Trail Hike by Hawaii Nature Center

Sat Feb 26 – 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Kost Pankiwskyj guides this pleasant six mile walk, half on a military gravel road and half on a state-maintained trail, with very little elevation gain with spectacular views of the Waianae range, Moderate. Adults. Fee: $6, non-members. Call 955-0100.


Sat Feb 26 – Noon to 12:45 pm

Colorful performance of hula by the mothers and daughters of Hawaii. Aloha Tower Marketplace. Call 566-2337.