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| September 23, 2016 | 0 Comments
HONOLULU —The 70th annual Aloha Festivals Parade will dominate Kalakaua Avenue, here, Saturday from 9 a.m.-noon with Pa‘u Riders, more than 15 floats (above) and 10 marching bands (below) along Kalakaua Avenue. One of Hawaii’s biggest parades, the colorful parade begins at Ala Moana Park and ends at Kapiolani Park, and will feature more than 2,000 participants. Contact info@alohafestivals.com or visit www.alohafestivals.com/ to learn more.

HONOLULU —The 70th annual Aloha Festivals Parade will dominate Kalakaua Avenue, here, Saturday from 9 a.m.-noon with Pa‘u Riders, more than 15 floats (above) and 10 marching bands along Kalakaua Avenue.
One of Hawaii’s biggest parades, the colorful parade begins at Ala Moana Park and ends at Kapiolani Park, and will feature more than 2,000 participants. Contact info@alohafestivals.com or visit www.alohafestivals.com/ to learn more.

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Daniel K. Inouye Elementary — The school will be repaving its parking lot through Friday, Oct. 7, so the asphalt parking lot will be closed. Please expect traffic delays near the school due to limited drop off/pick up areas and parking spaces. Also, when possible, avoid McNair Gate in the morning and afternoon. Pedestrians should use crosswalks and sidewalks to walk to school safely.

Federal Survey Card — Attention, parents! Help generate funds for Hawaii’s public schools. Federal survey cards were sent home with students Sept. 7. Please fill them out and return them, so you can help to generate $40 to $50 million in Impact Aid funds that will benefit all public school students statewide, including yours. Call the School Liaison Office at (808) 655-8326.

23 / Friday
“Hawaii-Five-0” — CBS will host a Sunset on the Beach premier celebrating Season 7 of the show at Queen’s Surf Beach at Waikiki Beach. The red carpet begins at 6 p.m., the ceremony and premier at 7 p.m., and the screening of a new CBS drama at 8 p.m.

24 / Saturday
Hiking — The Kolekole Trail (hiking and walking) is closed this Saturday and Sunday due to live fire training.

7th Annual Rice Fest — Ward Village hosts, 11 a.m.-5 p.m, on Auahi Street, fronting Ward Centre, Nordstrom Rack and TJ Maxx celebrating the world’s melting pot for the otherwise ordinary grain. Rice Fest will include live entertainment, celebrity & chef cooking competitions, and SPAM musubi and poke bowl eating contests. Visit www.ricefest.com.

VegFest Oahu — Attend this free, family friendly event at Honolulu Hale from 1-6:30 p.m. Taste delicious vegan food, hear inspiring speakers, enjoy conscious music and engage in plant-based cooking. Visit http://vegfestoahu.com.

Free Screening — The SB Post Exchange (and also Hickam Memorial Theatre) will provide a studio appreciation-advance free screening of a PG-13 movie at the SB Sgt. Smith Theater on Saturday, Sept. 24.
Doors open at 3 p.m.; the movie starts at 4 p.m. Tickets are available at the SB Food Court, and seating is open to non-ticket holders 30 minutes prior to show time.

Mathemagic at Hawaii Theatre — Magician Bradley Fields, featured in major venues worldwide, brings his renowned one-of-a-kind magic show, “Mathemagic!” on Sept. 24-25 for three shows. Call Hawaii Theatre Box Office, 528-0506 or visit hawaiitheatre.com.

27 / Tuesday
Earth, Wind & Fire — Soulful legends perform at the Blaisdell Arena for one show, 8 p.m. Visit Ticketmaster.com or call 866-448-7849.

29 / Thursday
Kuhio Beach Hula Show — This free show, sponsored by the City and County of Honolulu, showcases culturally significant hula. Shows run 6-7 p.m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at the Kuhio Beach Hula Mound near the Duke Kahanamoku statue, weather permitting. Call 843-8002.

30 / Friday
Wahine Volleyball — The University of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine volleyball team hosts Cal State Fullerton, 7 p.m., at the Stan Sheriff Center on the university campus. Expect typically big crowds and lots of noise. Tickets available at the door and at www.hawaiiathletics.com/.

October

1 / Saturday
Hawaii vs. Nevada College Football — The Warriors hit the Aloha Stadium field with a 6 p.m. kickoff in their 2016 Mountain West Conference opener. Tickets available at the Aloha Stadium box office and online at www.hawaiiathletics.com/.

7 / Friday
First Friday — Join the hip crowds in Chinatown at the many unique galleries, boutiques, cafes and restaurants that feature exciting art exhibits and free entertainment every month until 9 p.m.,followed by a late night party at some of the trendiest, most popular bars in Honolulu. Visit www.firstfridayhawaii.com.

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