Community Calendar

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Community Calendar

Community Calendar

January 2018

20 / Saturday
SB Kolekole Walking-Hiking Trail —
The trail is closed for hiking this weekend due to live fire training.

Mike Tyson — Former heavyweight boxing champion bares his soul with a two-hour performance/confessional at the Blaisdell Concert Hall, 8 p.m., with his “Undisputed Truth, Part 2” show. Tickets $45-$150. For VIP or ticket information, call 808-200-4339 or 808-306-2926.

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.

Cameras are welcome and seating is available on the grass, beach chairs and mats. Call 843-8002. 

21 / Sunday
Family Sunday — Since 2004, Bank of Hawaii has made it possible for the Honolulu Museum of Art to open its doors, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., to the public, free of charge, on the third Sunday of every month. The day offers a program of art activities, entertainment and film focused on an exhibition or art principle. Visit http://honolulumuseum.org/5276-about_bank_hawaii_family_sunday. 

26 / Friday
BIA Home Building & Remodeling Show — Three-day expo begins Friday at 5 p.m. at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall; it’s a must for homeowners with contractors. Seminars throughout the weekend. Visit biahawaii.org/the-big-show for discount admission coupons.

27 / Saturday
Mighty Mo Living History — Battleship Missouri hosts, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., a living-history-day event. Free for military, kama’aina and “Might Mo” members. The day features engaging events, dramatic re-enactments and historic exhibits, including a General Douglas MacArthur re-enactment from noon-3 p.m. For information or reservations, call 1-877-644-4896 or visit USSMissouri.org.

Sanctuary Ocean Count — The 2018 Sanctuary Ocean Count will be held Jan. 27, Feb. 24 and March 31, 8 a.m.-12:15 p.m., offering the community a chance to monitor humpback whales from approximately 60 sites along the shores of Oahu, Hawaii and Kauai during peak whale watching season. For more details, visit www.sanctuaryoceancount.org/about/. 

31 / Wednesday
Work Force Career Fair — Find a job at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Hawaii Suites 1-12, Pikake Room. Sale date is 45 minutes prior to the event. Admission is $3. Discount is $1 students through college with ID; seniors 55+; military with ID. Children 13 years & under are free. Cash only. For more details, visit www.blaisdellcenter.com.

February

2 / Friday

First Friday — Chinatown is the place to join the hip crowds at the many unique galleries, boutiques, cafes and restaurants that feature exciting art exhibits and free entertainment every month.

The art galleries and most shops stay open late, from 5-9 p.m., followed by a late night party at some of the trendiest, most popular bars in Honolulu. Visit www.firstfridayhawaii.com.

Ongoing

TheBus — Oahu bus service now features one-day passes, good for up to 27 hours of unlimited use, for $5 adults and $2.50 youths, and $2 for eligible disabled, seniors, and U.S. Medicare and TheHandi-Van cardholders. Limited to cash-paying passengers and replaces the need for transfers. Contact TheBus Information line at (808) 848-5555 or visit www.thebus.org.

Drunk Driving Prevention Program-Oahu — You can avoid impaired driving! DDPP will drive you home completely free of charge, and, if you’d like, the DDPP will also drive your car home for free.

DDPP’s Hawaii chapter (with volunteers from Schofield Barracks) are taking pickups and more volunteers. Call 888-7407 or visit ddpp.us.

Food for Families — ASYMCA at WAAF has an emergency food locker to assist families. It’s open 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Mondays-Fridays. Call 624-5645.

Jewish Services — Weekly worship services are 7:30 p.m., Fridays, at Aloha Jewish Chapel, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. No Saturday morning services or Monday Bible studies are offered at JBPHH.

Saturday services are available at the Ala Moana Hotel. Call 735-8161.

Service members interested in Jewish Bible study or keiki Hebrew School (Sunday School) may call 348-4560 or visit www.chabadofhawaii.com. 

ASYMCA — The Armed Services YMCA of WAAF needs your help. Would you donate non-expired food to its pantry? It’s located at 1262 Santos Dumont Ave. on Wheeler. Call 624-5645 for more details. Visit www.asymcahi.org.

Army ROTC Scholarship — Army ROTC Study.com offers a $500 scholarship for the coming year. Apply by April 1, 2018, at http://study.com/pages/Army_ROTC_Scholarship.html. 

Family Fishing — Ho‘omaluhia Botanical Garden in Kaneohe hosts this free catch and release family event, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays. Bring walking shoes, insect repellent, rain gear and fishing bait (fresh white bread).

A limited number of bamboo poles are available to borrow on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a 20-minute hike to the fishing area. For details/reservations, call 233-7323.

Lost Bicycle — Have you lost a bicycle? Go to the Provost Marshal Office, Bldg. 3010, Lyman Road, SB. Provide a good description of the bike – like make, model, color, any identifying marks – or give a receipt showing the serial number of the bike.

Plenty of bikes have been found. Call Lenwood Redd, the evidence/found property custodian, at 655-9497.

Mystery Shopper — Soldiers, family members, retirees, civilians and others who live and work on Army Hawaii installations have the opportunity to give honest feedback on the services they receive at USAG-HI facilities. To become a “mystery customer,” call 656-0880/0881 or log onto www.usaghi.cms@us.army.mil.

Installation Waste Disposal — For proper disposal in residential areas, contact your local community center. Do not place any cardboard, wood, bulky waste, hazardous materials or green waste in or around dumpsters. Visit www.islandpalmcommunities.com/CurrentResidents

 

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