NOVEMBER COMMUNITY CALENDAR
Changing of the king’s guard
– 5:30 pm
See the best in the world’s
exhibition drill; the King’s guard performs every night at the front gate of
the King’s Village Shopping Center in Waikiki. Free. Recommended.
Star of Honolulu WELCOME Hula Show
afternoon at 4:30 pm
Enjoy an enchanting performance of
the Star of Honolulu hula dancers as they greet guests on Pier 8 of Aloha Tower
Marketplace. Free. For more information call 566-2337.
Situation Comedy: Humor in Recent Art
Dec 29 – Call for times
Recent work by artists from around
the world that draws on various notions of the comedic. At the Contemporary
Museum, Honolulu. Call 526-1322 or visit www.tcmhi.org.
BEAUTY & TRAGEDY OF THE N.W. HAWAIIAN Islands
through Dec. 18
Bishop Museum artistic and
scientific exhibits. Call 847-3511.
First Friday downtown gallery walk
Nov 4 – 5 to 9:30 pm
Hawaii State Art Museum and
downtown galleries celebrate art. Free. For more information call 586-0300.
Hawaiian Music Hall of
Fri Nov 4
– 6 pm
Free concert celebrates the 10th
year of the Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame and features Mahi Beamer, Nalani Olds,
Paahana and the Kahauanu Lake Singers presenting an anthology of music from the
Hawaiian Music Hall of Fame’s past inductees at Mission Memorial Auditorium
Call Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts at 523-4674.
MARITIME CENTER 3RD ANNUAL FISH FRY
Fri Nov 4
– 6 pm
Benefiting Hawaii Maritime Center
educational programs, Fish Fry showcases slack key guitar masters George Kuo and
Martin Pahinui. Also performing is Henry Kapono. At Kapono’s, Aloha
Marketplace. Individual tickets are $100 and corporate tables are available. For
more information, or to purchase tickets, call 536-6373.
Symphony Pops –
a Tribute To Iz
Sat Nov 5
– 8 pm
At the Neal S Blaisdell Concert
Hall. Visit www.tickmaster.com
6th Annual Honolulu
Sun Nov 6 -
9 am to 5 pm
Harbor tours, nautical
demonstrations and activities, plus vessel open houses, canoes, tugboat hula
competition, food, entertainment and more. Hawaii Maritime Center, Aloha Tower
Marketplace, Honolulu Harbor Piers 7-11. For more information call 523-6151.
International Jazz Festival
Sun Nov 6 -
11 am to 7pm
Free public concert in Kapolei
with jazz artists from Maui and Honolulu, including the Schofield’s 25th
Infantry Division Lightning Swing Big Band and Jazz Ensemble; Iolani School
Stage Band III; Gypsy Pacific; Kelly Covington Quartet; Abe Weinstein &
Friends; Honolulu Jazz Quartet; and Bobbie Thursby. Sponsored by the City and
County of Honolulu and Campbell Estate, at Kapolei Hale, 1000 Uluohia St.
ANGELES Catalyst Artist Shepard Fairey
Nov 6 thru
Contemporary Museum hosts Los Angeles-based artist-in-residency Shepard Fairey,
one of the most prolific and notorious street artists of his generation. Visit
www.tchmi.org for various dates and activities.
pianist nadejda Vlaeva IN RECITAL
Sun Nov 6 -
Internationally celebrated pianist
in recital of romantic repertoire at HPR’s Atherton Performing Arts Studio.
For info and reservations, call 955-8821.
Auditions for “Mardi Gras Follies”
Sun Nov 6 -
Local talent of all ages and all
genres sought for Hawaii’s annual extravaganza coming Feb. 3-5, 2006. Open
auditions for everything from acrobats to yoyo prodigies, for the all-volunteer
cast at the Hawaii Theatre. Bring own music, bio and photo. For more information
call Cione at 922-8401.
“Back Safe Golf” Lecture
Tues Nov 8 -
Dr. Chip Abbadessa, D.C. lectures
at the Castle Professional Center, Kaneohe. Call 234-5535.
Concert in the Courtyard
Thurs Nov 10
- 5:30 to 7:30 pm
Free, open-air concert featuring
female musical trio Na Leo with Amy Hanaialii Gilliom, Mel Amina, and the
multi-talented musical group Pali. Sheraton Moana Courtyard, Waikiki. For more
information call 922-3111.
Veteran’s day at battelship “missouri”
Nov 11- 9 am
to 5 pm
Complimentary admission for
veterans. Must present a valid military I.D. or discharge papers at the
admission window the memorial at Pearl Harbor.
HPU Int’l Vocal Ensemble Fundraiser Concert
Fri Nov 11 -
Fundraising concert Moonlit Serenade to help Ensemble represent Hawaii at the 250th
anniversary of Mozart’s birth in Austria next June. Performance will be
followed by a reception, both at First Presbyterian Church on Keeaumoku St.,
Op Pro hawaii — men’s surfing AT ALII BEACH
Nov 12 thru
1st event in Vans Triple Crown of
Surfing at Haleiwa’s Alii Beach Park, North Shore. Good surf days only. Def.
Champ: Sunny Garcia.
Pro — Women’s surfing AT ALII BEACH PARK
Nov 12 thru
WCT event is first women’s event
of Vans Triple Crown of Surfing at Haleiwa’s Alii Beach Park. Good surf days
only. Def. Champ: Chelsea Georgeson.
DRIFT AT THE AQUARIUM
opens Nov 12
Ambitious new exhibit is huge. The
availability of the various jellyfish species varies seasonally but will include
box jellies, lagoon jellies, sea nettles, moon jellies and comb jellies. Call
H.S. 5K FUN-RUN/WALK
Nov 13 - 7 am
The Friends of Kailua High School
sponsors a 5K (3.2 mile) fun-run/walk at Kailua High School gym, 451 Ulumanu Dr.
Proceeds go to Kailua High School Computer Academy.
Wed thru Sun
Nov 16 thru Dec 4
Manoa Valley Theatre presents Tom
Rooney’s award-winning comedy, Flaming
Idiots, onstage. For tickets and information, call MVT at 988-6131 or visit
MUSEUM’S SCIENCE ADVENTURE CENTER
Sat Nov 18 -
9 am to 8 pm
Opening of new 16,500-square-foot
Science Adventure Center with a daylong festival of interactive presentations,
keiki activities, and science.
RETREAT FROM MOSCOW”
Sun Nov 20
& 27 - 2 pm
Drama by William Nicholson.
Described as “riveting ... subtle and powerful” by the New Yorker. Presented
by ACT, Richardson Theatre, Ft. Shafter. Call 438-4480 for information.
O’Neill world cup of surfing
Nov 25 thru
2nd event in Vans Triple Crown of
Surfing at Sunset Beach, North Shore. Good surf days only. Def. Champ: Andy
Sat Nov 26 -
9 am to 2:30 pm
Pleasant six mile walk, half on a
military gravel road and half on a state-maintained trail, with very little
elevation gain. Many common and several less common native plants, like hao,
holei, halapepe, and iliahi, along with spectacular views of the Waianae range.
Reservations are required. For more information call 955-0100.
Shimabukuro performs live AT BORDERS
Sun Nov 27 -
Ukulele master Jake Shimabukuro performs songs from his latest CD, "Dragon," at Borders/Ward Center. Free. Recommended. Call 591-8995.