January 2013 family

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January 2013 family
family
Sunday
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Hear traditional
Hawaiian music
at the Na Mele Nei
concert and enjoy
a plate lunch at
Ward Warehouse; wardcenters.com,
click on Shopping, then Na Mea.
Celebrate at the New
Year’s Ohana festival
with fun cultural activities
at the Japanese Cultural
Center of Hawai‘i;
jcch.com, click on
Things to Do.
It’s Charles Reed Bishop’s
Birthday! Free
admission for
Kama‘aina and
Military at the
Bishop Museum;
bishopmuseum.org/calendar/
The NFL Pro Bowl comes to
Hawai‘i again. Check
out this awesome
recipe for football
cookie balls;
kraftrecipes.com,
search oreo footballs.
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Monday
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The Sony Open starts today. Have
a family tournament at Jungle
River Mini Golf at Pearlridge
Center. Check out family specials;
jungleriverminigolf.com/specials/
Find out what it’s like
to fly a real
airplane in a flight
simulator at the
Pacific Aviation
Museum. Visit
pacificaviationmuseum.org
for details.
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Shapes, fantasy landscapes
or spiders?
Register your
keiki for one
of Adventures
in Art’s February 2013 themed
workshops; [email protected]
“Young Artist: Exploring
Art” classes begin today
at the Honolulu Museum
of Art. Great for parents
and kids; honolulumuseum.org/learn/classes/
parent_child.
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Tuesday
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Happy New Year!
Join the Baby
Boot Camp 5K
Race Team for
the Try Fitness
Women’s 5K. Email
[email protected]
Enjoy stories,
songs and
sensory activities at Toddler
Time at the Hawaii Children’s
Discovery Center every Tuesday
and Thursday. Register at
discoverycenterhawaii.org.
Get your go-cart on during
“2 For Tuesdays” at Podium
Raceway, where
admission is
two 14-lap races
for $25; podiumraceway.com.
Kids eat free
every Tuesday
and Wednesday
with every paid
entrée at Auntie
Pasto’s Kunia;
auntiepastoskunia.com.
Stroll through beautiful
gardens at the Lyon
Arboretum and discover
new birds, flowers and
trees on one of the
trails; Hawaii.edu/
lyonarboretum.
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January 2013
Wednesday
The Diamond
Head Theatre’s
10-week Acting
for Children
workshop begins this Saturday;
Diamondheadtheatre.com,
733-0277 x 306.
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Visit “Exploring the Reef
at Night” at the
Waikiki Aquarium.
Search for crab,
shrimp, eel and
octopus. Register
at waquarium.org/
news-events.html.
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Spring break is around the
corner. Enroll your child in
Kama‘aina Kids’
Spring Day
Camp program,
Mar. 18- 22;
web.kamaainakids.com/events/.
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Bring the whole family
to K–uhio Beach
Park for authentic
Hawaiian music and
hula at the Ainsley
Halemanu and Halau
Ka Liko O Ka Palai;
hulahui.com/eventcategory/1oahu.
Online registration
ends tomorrow for
the Hawai‘i 5210
Let’s Go! Keiki Run,
set for Saturday,
Feb. 16; flpregister.com/22/
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Thursday
3
Show your Foodland Maika‘i
card at the Sea
Life Park ticket
office for great
discounts,
including $12.50 for adult or
junior admission; 259-2500.
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Taste some delicious chocolate,
find out how it’s
made and make
your own chocolate
bar at Madre
Chocolate in Kailua;
madrechocolate.com.
Registration for
USTA Hawai‘i’s “Play
to Learn” tennis
lesson program
closes today! The
first session begins Jan. 28
hawaii.usta.com.
The Hawai‘i Kai
public library offers
a free “Storytime
& Craft” session
every Thursday
at 10:30 a.m.;
397-5833.
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Friday
Find out what the animals do
when you leave.
Check out the
Honolulu Zoo’s
Twilight Tours;
honoluluzoo.org, click on
Education Programs.
Discover critters
you never knew
existed during the
Living Art Marine
Center’s reef walk
near Ala Moana.
livingartmarinecenter.com.
Head to Barnes
and Noble in
Kahala Mall for
“Keiki Storytime”
every Friday at 11
a.m. 737-3323.
Join Coyote on his quest to
learn more about
our “Earth, Moon
and Sun,” at the
Hokulani Imaginarium; aerospace.
wcc.hawaii.edu/
imaginarium.html.
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Check out the
free Fire Knife
Dance Class
at the Leland
Blackfield Youth Activity Center
at Palama Settlement. 4 p.m.
Thursdays; palamasettlement.org/
youth-activities.
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Saturday
Take a
90-minute
train ride
with the
Hawaiian
Railway Society on the only active historical railroad on Oahu;
hawaiianrailway.com.
Pick up pointers at Aiea
Bowl Whiz Kids Junior
Bowling Program Saturdays,
9 a.m. to
noon. Call
Bruce Inafuku
at 488-6854.
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All ages can
celebrate hula
and Hawaiian
culture at the Polynesian Cultural
Center’s 23rd annual Moanikeala
Hula Festival; polynesia.com.
Check out
the comic
writer Rap
Reiplinger’s
“Rap’s Hawaii” show at the
Honolulu Theater for Youth;
htyweb.org.
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Join the fun and 94.7 KUMU’s Mandy at Family Sunday.
Jan. 20, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m., Honolulu Museum of Art. | www.kumu.com
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