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August 2018

8 / Wednesday

Scammers — The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is warning military shoppers about scammers offering to broker the sale of used cars, trucks, motorcycles, boats and boat engines through the Department of Defense retailer using the name “Exchange Inc.” Read more about this at https://bit.ly/2OSJMaF.

Tennis Workshop — Parents may enter children in the Afterschool Tennis Workshop running from Aug. 6-Dec. 31. Youth will get free face-to-face training and online resources. Call Roman Kop, director of Schools Tennis at 585-9527 or 358-7075. Visit kop@hawaii.usta.com.

17 / Friday

Battleship Missouri — Join Battleship Missouri for its Picnic on the Pier, Friday, Aug. 17, from 5:30 to 8 p.m., on Pier Foxtrot-5 at Pearl Harbor. This event includes prize giveaways, keiki activities, free tours of the Mighty Mo (valued at $29 for adults) and entertainment by local entertainers Simple Souls.

The pier will provide fun for all ages with giant Jenga, TicTacToe and checkers. Guests will be able to capture the moment at the Photo Booth, and guests are welcome to BYOFD (Bring Your Own Food & Drink) to the event. Note, grills and glass containers are prohibited. Food and craft beverages are also available from Tin Hut BBQ, Guadalajara Tacos, Kona Ice and North Shore Lemonade & Grindz.

Cost is adults: $10 pre-sale by Aug. 16th/ $15 at the door; kids: $5 pre-sale / $10 at the door. Tables are pre-sale only: $150, which includes admission for 8, reserved table in prime location and Mighty Mo swag. Tables are limited.

Made in Hawaii Festival — Enjoy the 24th annual Made in Hawaii Festival, Aug. 17-19, at the Blaisdell Arena. The festival features nearly 400 exhibitors who showcase food products, books, gifts, apparel and jewelry, arts and crafts, produce and many more home-grown products from around the 50th State. Visit http://www.madeinhawaiifestival.com for more details.

Creations of Hawaii — Pearlridge Center features this showcase of local artisans and products that are truly of the islands, created by local artisans who specialize in an array of different art forms. All participants are selected for inclusion by the nonprofit Friends of Creations of Hawaii Association, which has been supporting the local handicraft community for over 25 years on Friday, Aug. 17, and Saturday, Aug. 18, at Uptown Center Court.

Hawaii Mission Houses — The houses will feature two nights of Shakespeare, under the stars, Aug. 17 and 18. Picnic on the grounds at 5-6:30 p.m., the doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the performance starts at 7 p.m. at $25 per person. The mission houses are located at 553 S. King St., Honolulu. Visit www.missionhouses.org.

18 / Saturday

Canoe Showcase — Experience the allure and adventure of ocean life through the Polynesian Cultural Center’s newest water show, Huki, staged at the state’s only water performance venue, Aug. 18 at 2:30 p.m. Huki will explore Polynesian myths and customs, inspiring ancient history and beloved island songs, as well as a diverse array of canoes. It’s free to watch with the purchase of general admission to the Polynesian Cultural Center. For more details, visit www.polynesia.com/huki.

The PCC is located at 55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie.

25 / Saturday

Meet Your Farmer — Bento Homes Hawaii and Smart Living Hawaii, in cooperation with Go Farm Hawaii, present “Meet Your Farmer,” a free community event to connect with local farmers and agricultural businesses, while learning about the services they provide. The event will also include a mini farmers market and will have food, drink and product samples.

Attend at 441 Cooke Street, Honolulu, on Aug. 25 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Register at www.smartfarming.eventbrite.com.

Ongoing

Aloha Stadium — Effective Aug. 1, in an effort to enhance public safety and facilitate a faster entry through the gates, Aloha Stadium has modified its security policy by limiting the size and quantity of bags allowed in the stadium. Each person will now only be allowed to enter the stadium with one bag that does not exceed 12” x 6” x 12” in size. In addition, each person will be allowed to hand-carry a blanket, poncho or jacket and a seat cushion.

Non-approved bags must be returned to a vehicle or discarded. An exception will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection. In addition to the new bag guidelines, the stadium will be enforcing the inter-league (ILH, OIA, HHSAA) no tailgating policy during all high school games.

For a complete list of prohibited items, parking lot rules and regulations, visit www.alohastadium.hawaii.gov.

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