Community Calendar

| October 4, 2014 | 0 Comments
Community Calendar

Community Calendar

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Today
First Friday Street Festival — Created in 2003, Chinatown area galleries and other arts venues open their doors, 5-9 p.m., each first Friday of the month for artist receptions, live music and refreshments. These events are free and open to the public and attract tens of thousands of people downtown each year. Gallery walk maps are available at various locations in the area. Call 808-521-2903.

4 / Saturday
Flu Immunization — TAMC is pleased to offer our members Saturday Flu Drives at the Family Medicine Clinic, 8 a.m.-noon, Oct. 4 and 18.
If you are enrolled at Tripler Family Medicine and are 6 months of age or older, come in and do your part in protecting yourself and everyone around you. Fight the flu!

Teen Party in the Pacific — Oahu Military with Teens, with the help of MWR Pearl Harbor, USO, SB Teen Center and the Pacific Aviation Museum, presents a WWII-themed dance, 6-10 p.m., Oct. 4, at the Pacific Aviation Museum with swing dance lessons. The 25th ID Big Band will entertain with era-specific music. We will also have VIPs, flight simulators, snacks and photo opportunities. There is a $5 charge for the dance that will go directly to the museum. Please follow Oahu Military with Teens for updates and volunteer opportunities, as well as future dances, or call 910-703-9264.

5 / Sunday
Children and Youth Day — The event features hundreds of booths, food trucks and five stages of live music. It’s the largest children’s event in the state, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at 415 S. Beretania St., Honolulu. Visit www.childrenandyouthday.com or call 808-586-6130.

6 / Monday
Poetry and Art Exhibition — Runs through Oct. 9 at Honolulu Hale (City Hall) Courtyard.
On display will be original poems of various themes accompanied by paintings, drawings, photographs and ikebana, presented by the Korean Literature Association of Hawaii.

7 / Tuesday
Free Waikiki Hula Show — Outdoor, informal Kuhio Beach hula show, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays offers an introduction to this iconic and most essential sample of Hawaiiana. Call 808-843-8002.

11 / Saturday
Mililani Town Center — The Royal Hawaiian Band performs at noon in the town center.

Naval Air Museum — This nonprofit museum, located in Bldg. 1792, Midway Rd., Kalaeloa Airport, Kapolei, focuses on the history of aviation in Hawaii. Cost is $7, adults; and $5, keiki, under 18. Visit www.nambp.org or call 808-682-3982.

Pearlridge Farmers’ Market — Browse more than 40 booths featuring Oahu produce and locally inspired artisan foods, 8 a.m.-noon, every Saturday, Pearlridge Center downtown, in the Sears parking lot.
Visit www.haleiwafarmersmarket.com/pearlridge.html.

17 / Friday
BayFest — Concert tickets for BayFest music concerts, including country musician Rodney Atkins and rock group Smash Mouth, are on sale for individual nights during the Oct. 17-19 festival at www.BayFestHawaii.com. Authorized patrons may also purchase tickets at any military ticket outlet beginning the same day. BayFest includes three days of music and family fun at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay.

18 / Saturday
BayFest Body Search — Potential contestants are invited to enter the Oct. 18 event at 3 p.m. at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay. Entries will model fitness and swimsuit attire, and will be judged on personality, physique and interviewing skills. A panel of judges will select the winners, and the first- through third-place male and female finishers will take home cash and prizes. Entry forms are available at www.BayFestHawaii.com. Call 808-254-7597.

19 / Sunday
Mary Poppins — Diamond Head Theatre celebrates the opening of its 100th season with this beloved family story. Performances run through Oct. 19, Thursdays-Sundays. Call 808-733-0274 to charge tickets by phone.

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