Friday Oct 1 — 7 pm

UH vs. Rice Owls at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Call 944-2697.


Fri & Sat Oct 1 & 2 — 8 pm

Appearance by Yvonne Elliman and Honolulu Symphony Pops. 792-2000.

anything goes

Thur-Sun Oct 1, 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, 10 — 8 pm

Diamond Head Theatre presents Cole Porter’s classic musical. Call 733-0274.

UH Football warriors

Saturday Oct 2 — 6:05 PM

UH vs. Tulsa Hurricanes at Aloha Stadium. Call 486-9300.

family holiday fest/craft fair

Saturday Oct 2 — 8 am to 8pm

Craft fair at Koko Head Elementary School. Play area crafts for keiki. Two live bands. Sponsored by Hawaii Kai Community Church. Call 395-0272.

down’S syndrome buddy walk

Saturday Oct 2 — 8 am

Walk begins at 10 am, honored guests, games booths, food, entertainment, talent show and local care provider info booths. Call 949-1999.

30th annual indian pow-wow

Sat-Sun Oct 2 & 3 — 10 am to 6 pm

The American Indian Pow Wow Association hosts at Thomas Square, Honolulu. Native American dancing, drumming, vendors and fry bread. Free. 734-8018.

HALEIWA sunset on the beach

Sat-Sun Oct 2 & 3 — 11 am to 10 pm

Third annual Sunset on the Beach festival in charming historic Haleiwa town. Movies, live bands, open market and food. Alii Beach Park. Call 637-4558.

kammaina sunday - iolani palace

Sunday Oct 3 — 9 am to 2:30 pm

Palace is open for residents free including galleries. Call 522-0832.

UH rainbow Wahine soccer

Sunday Oct 3 — 5 pm

UH women vs. Tulsa Hurricanes at Peninsula Soccer Stadium in Waipahu.
Call 944-2697.

pacific fleet big banD

Thursday Oct 7 — 7:30 pm

Navy Band performs at the McKay Auditorium on BYU Hawaii Campus with jazz standards and contemporary selections. Call 474-4151, ext 16.

orchid society show

Thur-Sun Oct 7 thru 10 — All day

Honolulu show with hundreds of orchids on display and for sale. Free.
Call 247-3345.

honolulu symphony

Fri & Sun Oct 8 & 10 — 8 pm & 4 pm

From Mozart to Jupiter with Lisa Makamichi. Contact 486-9300.

UH Football warriors

Saturday Oct 9 — 6:05 pm

UH vs. Nevada Wolf Packs at Aloha
Stadium. Call 486-9300.

hawaii pacific islands
kava festIVAL

Saturday Oct 9 — 9 am to 5 pm

Features kava in traditional, contemporary and novel forms, food, entertainment, culture, education, plants, at the Lyon Arboretum, 3860 Manor Rd. Call 988-0464.

pacific handcrafter’s guild festival

Sat & Sun Oct 9 & 10 — 9 am to 4 pm

Fall festival of Arts and Fine Crafts at Thomas Square Park. Pottery, wood, clothing, glass, jewelry, quilting, plant sculptures, food, keiki activities. Call 841-0171.

sunset on the beach

Sat & Sun Oct 9 & 10 — 4 to 9 pm

Picnic in Waikiki as moon rises, listen to Island Rhythms and enjoy classic films at 7:15 pm. Queen’s Surf Beach. Call 523-4811.

navy air show: blues on the bay IN KANEOHE

Sat & Sun Oct 9 & 10 — 10 to 5 pm

Kaneohe Marine Corps Base hosts Blue Angels plus civilian and guest military air performances. Static displays of aircraft. First Blue Angles show here since 1995. Free. Call 257-8426.

menehune surfing championships

Sat & Sun Oct 9, 10, 16, 17 — All day

Haleiwa’s premier event for surfers ages 12 and under. Special under age 6 event. Call 638-7700.

family sunday at bishop museum

Sun Oct 10 — 9 am to 5 pm

Music and dance of Hawaii and opening of “If These Walls Could Talk” exhibit. Entertainment, food, keiki activities, and planetarium shows. Call 847-3511.

molokai hoE block party

Sun Oct 10 — 4:30 to 10 pm

Celebrate men’s inter-island canoe race in parking lot across from Ward’s Theatre. Food, dancing, bungee jumper, rock wall climbing. Gen. admission $5, 12 and under free. Proceeds benefit charity. Call 591-8411.

a midsummers’ night dream

Fri Oct 15 — 7:30 pm

UH Outreach College and historic UH Hawaii Theatre offer magical romp through forests, fairy tale love and battles. Tickets $10-$35. Call 528-0506.

16th annual talk story festIVAL

Fri thru Sun Oct 15, 16, 17 —
7 to 9:30 pm

Biggest and oldest storytelling celebration, eight tellers from around state,
at McCoy Pavilion, Ala Moana Beach Park. Free. Call 692-5751.

sunset on the beach

Sat & Sun Oct 16 & 17 — 4 to 9 pm

Picnic in Waikiki as moon rises, listen to Island Rhythms and enjoy classic films at 7:15 pm. Queen’s Surf Beach. Call 523-4811.

waikiki artfest

Sat & Sun Oct 16 &17 — 9 am to 4 pm

Handcrafters and Artisans Alliance presents hand-made products in wood, ceramics, soap, candles, clothing, fine art and photography. Meet artists. Call 696-6717.

brunch on the beach

Sunday Oct 17 — 9 am to 1:30 am

Kalakaua Avenue is transformed into Hawaiian outdoor café with Astroturf, tables, charis and umbrellas. Entertainment and brunch delicacies at low prices. Call 523-2489.


Sunday Oct 17 — 5 pm

UH women vs. Boise State Broncos at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Call 944-2697.


Thursday Oct 21 — 7 pm

UH women vs. Rice at Waipio Peninsula Soccer Stadium. Call 944-2697.

keiki swap meet

Sunday Oct 23 — Daytime

Presented by and at Children’s Discovery Center, children can earn money and gain skills by selling gently used toys, games, trading cards, comic books, video games, etc. Advance reservations are need for sellers. $3 fee for sellers, buyers are free. Call 524-5437.

sunset on the beach

Sat & Sun Oct 23 & 24 — 4 to 9 pm

Picnic in Waikiki as moon rises, listen to Island Rhythms and enjoy classic films at 7:15 pm. Queen’s Surf Beach. Call 523-4811.

komen race for the cure

Sunday Oct 24 — Daytime

Five K/One mile Race/Walk to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research and cure. Call 754-1817.

dia de los muertos

Friday Oct 29 — 5 to 9 pm

ARTAFTERDARK and the Honolulu Academy of Arts present an exploration of the art and culture of Mexico with live entertainment and other activities. Gen. Admission is $7, members free. Call 532-8700.

march of dimes governors’ ball

Saturday Oct 30 — 7 pm

Honoring Hawaii Medical Services Assoc. at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Coral Ballroom, Honolulu. Call 973-2155.

WARD’s trick or treat street

Saturday Oct 30 — 6 to 8:30 pm

Victoria Ward’s Halloween is a safe and fun way for keiki to enjoy festivities at Ward Warehouse, Ward Center, Ward Village Shops and Ward Gateway Center. Look for the Black Bats marking participating merchants. Free photo. Call 591-8411.

treat street at bishop museum

Sunday Oct 31 — 5:30 to 8 pm

Vampires, zombies and many other scary creatures greet you and 8,000 other Oahu residents for safe trick or treat. Built by UH School of Architecture students. Costume contest, arts and crafts, games and entertainment. Call 847-3511.