Sep
22
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Sep
22
8:00 PM20:00

Pakalolo Sweet at Kumu Kahua Theatre

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KUMU KAHUA THEATRE PRESENTS

Pakalolo Sweet

Junior Boy is a young Hawaiian man who comes from a lineage of marijuana growers and is now proudly expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Nani. During a night of karaoke, beer, and weed, the medical uses, benefits, and cultural aspects of marijuana in pre-contact Hawai‘i are explored. This sequel to Not One Batu follow’s Papa’s family—and the inevitable hardships arising when indigenous values are systematically marginalized. 

Tickets: $5-$25 | August 23 – September 23, 2018

Kumu Kahua Theatre | 46 Merchant St.

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Sep
22
8:00 PM20:00

Wine and Chocolate Pairing at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY

Wine and Chocolate Pairing

What makes wine and chocolate such great companions and how does one find the best match of dark, spicy, and fruity chocolate with the plethora of sweet, dry, full bodied, and light wines? We’ll show you how similar the terroir, varieties, fermentation, and processing of delicious locally-made gourmet chocolate is with the full range of wine as we step through flights of both. We’ll diverge from the standard port & dark chocolate pairings to show how a nice Riesling can go well with a tangy dark chocolate and even Cabernet Sauvignon can blend smoothly with certain assertive chocolates. We will step you through some of the history of chocolate, how it's intersected with wine in the past, present, & future, while tasting some of the best vintage wines with Madre Chocolate's fine chocolate bars.

Cost: $40

Madre Chocolate Factory | 1150 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
22
to Sep 23

SINsational Saturdays at SIN Lounge

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HAOLE KID & LOCAL BOY BLUES PROJECT PRESENT

SINsational Saturdays

Join your favorite local blues rock band at your favorite Chinatown hangout for a night of fun and SINFULLY rockin' music on Saturdays. Starting in August, we'll be performing every 2nd and 4th Saturday.

FREE cover, as always. The party at SIN Lounge begins at 9:30pm and goes on until they kick us out. Come dance, drink, sing along, and hang out with us.

SIN Lounge | 1111 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
23
1:00 PM13:00

Cacao Farm to Chocolate Factory Tour at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FOURTH SUNDAY

Cacao Farm to Chocolate Factory Tour

If you've ever wanted to see the entire process of chocolate making from start to end, this is the exact tour for you! We’ll take you to local organic cacao and diversified ag farm to see how the beautiful cacao tree produces its pods right off the trunk, learn how to tell when they’re ripe, taste the fresh sweet cacao pulp, help harvest cacao, and see how it’s fermented and dried. Then after an hour transit break, we’ll welcome you behind the scenes at our shop to roast, crack, & winnow your own cacao, see how we grind and temper chocolate into bars and dip a delicious local fruit in our rich dark chocolate to eat on the spot. You’ll be ready to start your own cacao farm & bean-to-bar chocolate shop after this tour!

Kids are very welcome on this educational & inspirational tour! Contact us with any questions and if you would like to arrange a tour for your group on another date. We are happy to plan school class tours by special arrangement. Lunch & transportation not included.

The tour will begin on farm; we'll send you detailed driving instructions along with your registration confirmation email. If you don't receive your confirmation email 48 hours before the tour date, please check your spam folder and then contact us via email.

Cost: Free (Children up to 5 yrs), $25 (6-12), $50 General

Madre Chocolate Factory | 1150 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
23
2:00 PM14:00

Pakalolo Sweet at Kumu Kahua Theatre

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KUMU KAHUA THEATRE PRESENTS

Pakalolo Sweet

Junior Boy is a young Hawaiian man who comes from a lineage of marijuana growers and is now proudly expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Nani. During a night of karaoke, beer, and weed, the medical uses, benefits, and cultural aspects of marijuana in pre-contact Hawai‘i are explored. This sequel to Not One Batu follow’s Papa’s family—and the inevitable hardships arising when indigenous values are systematically marginalized. 

Tickets: $5-$25 | August 23 – September 23, 2018

Kumu Kahua Theatre | 46 Merchant St.

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Sep
27
3:00 PM15:00

ARTS CORPS at Arts at Marks Garage

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EVERY THURSDAY

ARTS CORPS

ARTS CORPS is a free arts education program for children and teens ages 10-18.  Every Thursday from 3pm-5:30pm the ARTS at Marks Garage will host workshops in visual and performing arts taught by partners who are local artists currently working in the field.  Students will create and experience different styles of art from different teachers, socialize with other students, and to learn about communication and self expression.  This opportunity is completely free for students, and includes snacks.  To register for classes, or for more information, email info@artsatmarks.com.

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
27
8:00 PM20:00

Hawaii Zouk Lounge Class and Party at Island Zouk Hawaii

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Hawaii Zouk Lounge Class and Party

Since 2011, Island Zouk has been teaching Brazilian zouk and hosting international zouk instructors in the islands of Hawaii. Zouk is growing fast, thanks to the passionate and talented island instructors and dancers that make up our ohana. 

We think it's time to take the celebration up a notch. We are holding our weekly social event at a hot new venue: A sexy, edgy, artistic space with a brand new dance floor!

Brazilian Zouk is a sensual, soft, flowing dance where the lead and follow use almost super human powers of conection and awareness in order to flow as one on the dance floor gracefully and fluidly.

Island Zouk Hawaii | 43 N. Hotel Street

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Sep
28
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Sep
28
6:00 PM18:00

Hawaii Storytellers: Why I Teach at Arts at Marks Garage

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Hawaii Storytellers: Why I Teach

Join us for this back-to-school event featuring stories from local educators about “why I teach.” This event will tap into the diverse experiences of people who view teaching as not just as a job, but a calling. We’ll hear personal challenges and triumphs as well as insights as to what makes teaching in Hawaii so unique. 

Storytellers include: 

  • Douglas Kiang, Computer science teacher at Punahou School
  • Keil Oberlander, English Language Arts teacher at Waianae High School
  • Mahina Paishon-Duarte, Principal of Kanu o ka Aina New Century Public Charter School
  • Christina Torres, English teacher at Punahou School
  • Anne Weber, Community Manager at Impact Hub Honolulu and former teacher at Maili Elementary School

Arrive at Marks Garage starting at 6:00 p.m. and enjoy interactive activities and a no-host bar. The event will start promptly at 7:00 p.m.

This segment of Hawaii Storytellers is presented in collaboration with the ARTS at Marks Garage’s Mo’olelo Night Series. 

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Avenue

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Sep
28
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
29
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Sep
30
2:00 PM14:00

Live, Love, Give at YWCA Oahu

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Live, Love, Give

A benefit for Dress for Success Honolulu in partnership with YWCA O'ahu.

Feast your eyes on a spectacular runway show featuring the Valerie Joseph Elite Collection, sip on creative cocktails from L.A.’s hippest, Golden Road Brewery, savor signature hors d’oeuvres from Honolulu’s favorite Café Julia, and enjoy live entertainment from one of Hawaii’s notable recording artists, Sunway. Special appearance from international song artist, Kristian Lei and multi award winning female artist, Kimie Miner. Guests will also have a chance to meet Dress for Success clients.

YWCA Oahu | 1040 Richards St.

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Oct
4
3:00 PM15:00

ARTS CORPS at Arts at Marks Garage

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EVERY THURSDAY

ARTS CORPS

ARTS CORPS is a free arts education program for children and teens ages 10-18.  Every Thursday from 3pm-5:30pm the ARTS at Marks Garage will host workshops in visual and performing arts taught by partners who are local artists currently working in the field.  Students will create and experience different styles of art from different teachers, socialize with other students, and to learn about communication and self expression.  This opportunity is completely free for students, and includes snacks.  To register for classes, or for more information, email info@artsatmarks.com.

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Oct
5
12:00 PM12:00

First Fridays at Books at Mark's

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FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY OF HAWAII PRESENTS

First Fridays at Books at Mark's

Books at Markʻs joins the First Friday festivities in Downtown Honolulu and extends its business hours for customers to browse the collection of books, cps, dvds, journals, blu rays, comics, manga, vinyl records, and more! See you there!

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Oct
5
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Oct
5
6:00 PM18:00

First Friday - Hawaii Opera Theatre at Hawaii State Art Museum

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First Friday at HiSAM

Hawaii Opera Theatre

Free, family-friendly evening of art and music at HiSAM! October 2018 performers from the Hawaii Opera Theatre. Museum galleries will be open; admission is always free.

Second floor of the No 1. Capitol District building (corner of Richards and S. Hotel). Free and open to the public. Parking available across the street in the Ali'i Place building (enter at 1099 Alakea St., cash only) or metered street parking in the area. Several TheBus lines stop in front of or close to the building.

Hawaii State Art Museum | 250 S. Hotel Street

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Oct
5
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Oct
6
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

41st Miss Chinatown Scholarship Pageant at Hawaii Theatre Center

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HAWAII THEATRE CENTER PRESENTS

41st Miss Chinatown Scholarship Pageant

The Miss Chinatown Scholarship Pageant is the culmination of months of dedication by our contestants, who deepen their understanding and appreciation of their Chinese heritage, while developing leadership skills and participating in community service. They will compete in four phases: Question and Answer, Swimsuit, Talent, and Cheong Sam. An interview will be held prior to pageant night. Our Queens represent Hawaii’s Chinatown in local and national pageants such as the Miss Hawaii, the Miss Chinatown USA in San Francisco, and Miss America in Atlantic City.

Tickets: $30

Hawaii Theatre Center | 1130 Bethel Street

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Oct
11
3:00 PM15:00

ARTS CORPS at Arts at Marks Garage

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EVERY THURSDAY

ARTS CORPS

ARTS CORPS is a free arts education program for children and teens ages 10-18.  Every Thursday from 3pm-5:30pm the ARTS at Marks Garage will host workshops in visual and performing arts taught by partners who are local artists currently working in the field.  Students will create and experience different styles of art from different teachers, socialize with other students, and to learn about communication and self expression.  This opportunity is completely free for students, and includes snacks.  To register for classes, or for more information, email info@artsatmarks.com.

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Oct
11
6:00 PM18:00

Hawaii Storytellers: How I Make Ends Meet at Arts at Marks Garage

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Hawaii Storytellers: How I Make Ends Meet

For those of us who call Hawaii our home, we know it’s not always sunshine and rainbows. Many of us face the everyday challenges of rising housing costs, limited access to affordable goods and low wages that don't keep up with Hawaii's high cost of living. But somehow, we make it work.

This fall, Civil Beat presents Hawaii Storytellers: How I Make Ends Meet. Join us as we hear real stories about struggle and hope from voices in our community. Through their personal narratives, we’ll hear stories of our time and learn how living in Hawaii requires sacrifice, grit and in some cases creative solutions.

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Avenue

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Oct
12
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Oct
12
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Oct
13
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Oct
18
3:00 PM15:00

ARTS CORPS at Arts at Marks Garage

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EVERY THURSDAY

ARTS CORPS

ARTS CORPS is a free arts education program for children and teens ages 10-18.  Every Thursday from 3pm-5:30pm the ARTS at Marks Garage will host workshops in visual and performing arts taught by partners who are local artists currently working in the field.  Students will create and experience different styles of art from different teachers, socialize with other students, and to learn about communication and self expression.  This opportunity is completely free for students, and includes snacks.  To register for classes, or for more information, email info@artsatmarks.com.

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Oct
19
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Oct
19
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Oct
20
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Oct
25
3:00 PM15:00

ARTS CORPS at Arts at Marks Garage

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EVERY THURSDAY

ARTS CORPS

ARTS CORPS is a free arts education program for children and teens ages 10-18.  Every Thursday from 3pm-5:30pm the ARTS at Marks Garage will host workshops in visual and performing arts taught by partners who are local artists currently working in the field.  Students will create and experience different styles of art from different teachers, socialize with other students, and to learn about communication and self expression.  This opportunity is completely free for students, and includes snacks.  To register for classes, or for more information, email info@artsatmarks.com.

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Oct
25
6:00 PM18:00

Civil Beat Elections Trivia at Manifest

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Civil Beat Elections Trivia

Civil Beat Trivia: All the News That’s Fit to Quiz! is an event series presented by Honolulu Civil Beat. Teams compete in a battle of wits in our news-based trivia game.

Play in groups of up to six or sign-up individually, and we'll match you up with others for the chance to win limited edition Civil Beat swag and gift certificates courtesy of Manifest. Participants are encouraged to work together (without phones) and compete in 3 rounds of 10 questions each.

This event is free and open to the public, but please RSVP in advance. 

Manifest | 32 North Hotel Street

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Oct
26
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Oct
26
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Oct
27
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Oct
27
8:00 PM20:00

Wine and Chocolate Pairing at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY

Wine and Chocolate Pairing

What makes wine and chocolate such great companions and how does one find the best match of dark, spicy, and fruity chocolate with the plethora of sweet, dry, full bodied, and light wines? We’ll show you how similar the terroir, varieties, fermentation, and processing of delicious locally-made gourmet chocolate is with the full range of wine as we step through flights of both. We’ll diverge from the standard port & dark chocolate pairings to show how a nice Riesling can go well with a tangy dark chocolate and even Cabernet Sauvignon can blend smoothly with certain assertive chocolates. We will step you through some of the history of chocolate, how it's intersected with wine in the past, present, & future, while tasting some of the best vintage wines with Madre Chocolate's fine chocolate bars.

Cost: $40

Madre Chocolate Factory | 1150 Nuuanu Ave.

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Nov
2
12:00 PM12:00

First Fridays at Books at Mark's

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FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY OF HAWAII PRESENTS

First Fridays at Books at Mark's

Books at Markʻs joins the First Friday festivities in Downtown Honolulu and extends its business hours for customers to browse the collection of books, cps, dvds, journals, blu rays, comics, manga, vinyl records, and more! See you there!

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Nov
2
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Nov
2
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Nov
3
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Nov
9
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Nov
9
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Nov
10
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Nov
10
8:00 PM20:00

The Pancakes & Booze Art Show at Arts at Marks Garage

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The Pancakes & Booze Art Show

As the nation's premier pop-up art show, The Pancakes & Booze Art Show provides art lovers an opportunity to explore more than 200 pieces of artwork created by some 50+ artists local to Honolulu's unparalleled art scene. Alongside an immensely wide variety of pop art, fine art, and photography; show goers can sip on some of the dankest craft beer or signature cocktails while consuming free pancakes over and over again.

Honolulu's Premier Underground Art Show featuring:
• 50+ Emerging Artists
• Live Body Painting
• Live Art
• FREE Pancake Bar
• 21+ EVENT

$7 Early Bird (limited quantity) | $10 Door (cash)

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Nov
16
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Nov
16
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Nov
17
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Nov
23
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Nov
23
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Nov
24
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Nov
24
8:00 PM20:00

Wine and Chocolate Pairing at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY

Wine and Chocolate Pairing

What makes wine and chocolate such great companions and how does one find the best match of dark, spicy, and fruity chocolate with the plethora of sweet, dry, full bodied, and light wines? We’ll show you how similar the terroir, varieties, fermentation, and processing of delicious locally-made gourmet chocolate is with the full range of wine as we step through flights of both. We’ll diverge from the standard port & dark chocolate pairings to show how a nice Riesling can go well with a tangy dark chocolate and even Cabernet Sauvignon can blend smoothly with certain assertive chocolates. We will step you through some of the history of chocolate, how it's intersected with wine in the past, present, & future, while tasting some of the best vintage wines with Madre Chocolate's fine chocolate bars.

Cost: $40

Madre Chocolate Factory | 1150 Nuuanu Ave.

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Nov
30
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Nov
30
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Dec
1
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Dec
7
12:00 PM12:00

First Fridays at Books at Mark's

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FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY OF HAWAII PRESENTS

First Fridays at Books at Mark's

Books at Markʻs joins the First Friday festivities in Downtown Honolulu and extends its business hours for customers to browse the collection of books, cps, dvds, journals, blu rays, comics, manga, vinyl records, and more! See you there!

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Dec
7
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Dec
7
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Dec
8
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Dec
14
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Dec
14
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Dec
15
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Dec
21
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Dec
21
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Dec
22
7:00 PM19:00

Copy of Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Dec
22
8:00 PM20:00

Wine and Chocolate Pairing at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY

Wine and Chocolate Pairing

What makes wine and chocolate such great companions and how does one find the best match of dark, spicy, and fruity chocolate with the plethora of sweet, dry, full bodied, and light wines? We’ll show you how similar the terroir, varieties, fermentation, and processing of delicious locally-made gourmet chocolate is with the full range of wine as we step through flights of both. We’ll diverge from the standard port & dark chocolate pairings to show how a nice Riesling can go well with a tangy dark chocolate and even Cabernet Sauvignon can blend smoothly with certain assertive chocolates. We will step you through some of the history of chocolate, how it's intersected with wine in the past, present, & future, while tasting some of the best vintage wines with Madre Chocolate's fine chocolate bars.

Cost: $40

Madre Chocolate Factory | 1150 Nuuanu Ave.

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Dec
28
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Dec
28
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Dec
29
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Jan
4
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Jan
11
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Jan
26
8:00 PM20:00

Wine and Chocolate Pairing at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FOURTH SATURDAY

Wine and Chocolate Pairing

What makes wine and chocolate such great companions and how does one find the best match of dark, spicy, and fruity chocolate with the plethora of sweet, dry, full bodied, and light wines? We’ll show you how similar the terroir, varieties, fermentation, and processing of delicious locally-made gourmet chocolate is with the full range of wine as we step through flights of both. We’ll diverge from the standard port & dark chocolate pairings to show how a nice Riesling can go well with a tangy dark chocolate and even Cabernet Sauvignon can blend smoothly with certain assertive chocolates. We will step you through some of the history of chocolate, how it's intersected with wine in the past, present, & future, while tasting some of the best vintage wines with Madre Chocolate's fine chocolate bars.

Cost: $40

Madre Chocolate Factory | 1150 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
21
8:00 PM20:00

Whiskey and Chocolate Pairing at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY THIRD FRIDAY

Whiskey and Chocolate Pairing

The caramely sweetness and peaty smokey flavor of the world’s best scotches, bourbons, and whiskeys make a great match for the complexity of chocolate, especially some of our robustly flavored chocolates like Chipotle Allspice, and Coconut Spiced Pecan. Nat & Sarah of Madre Chocolate will guide you on which whiskey origins go best with which chocolate origins, while tasting some of best whiskeys available on O’ahu with Madre Chocolate's fine chocolate bars. It’s sure to make a fun & merry evening.

Cost: $40

Madre Chocolate Factory | 1150 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
21
8:00 PM20:00

Pakalolo Sweet at Kumu Kahua Theatre

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KUMU KAHUA THEATRE PRESENTS

Pakalolo Sweet

Junior Boy is a young Hawaiian man who comes from a lineage of marijuana growers and is now proudly expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Nani. During a night of karaoke, beer, and weed, the medical uses, benefits, and cultural aspects of marijuana in pre-contact Hawai‘i are explored. This sequel to Not One Batu follow’s Papa’s family—and the inevitable hardships arising when indigenous values are systematically marginalized. 

Tickets: $5-$25 | August 23 – September 23, 2018

Kumu Kahua Theatre | 46 Merchant St.

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Sep
21
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
21
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Sep
21
11:30 AM11:30

Pop-In & Paint at Wine & Design

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Pop-In & Paint

Pop-in at your leisure any time between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm to get your creative fix. You'll be provided with a blank 16"x20" canvas, brushes, acrylic paint and apron. You can pick one of our paintings to recreate or make your own original creation. This is not an instructor-led session.

Cost: $25

Wine & Design | 25 N. King St.

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Sep
20
8:00 PM20:00

Hawaii Zouk Lounge Class and Party at Island Zouk Hawaii

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Hawaii Zouk Lounge Class and Party

Since 2011, Island Zouk has been teaching Brazilian zouk and hosting international zouk instructors in the islands of Hawaii. Zouk is growing fast, thanks to the passionate and talented island instructors and dancers that make up our ohana. 

We think it's time to take the celebration up a notch. We are holding our weekly social event at a hot new venue: A sexy, edgy, artistic space with a brand new dance floor!

Brazilian Zouk is a sensual, soft, flowing dance where the lead and follow use almost super human powers of conection and awareness in order to flow as one on the dance floor gracefully and fluidly.

Island Zouk Hawaii | 43 N. Hotel Street

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Sep
20
8:00 PM20:00

Pakalolo Sweet at Kumu Kahua Theatre

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KUMU KAHUA THEATRE PRESENTS

Pakalolo Sweet

Junior Boy is a young Hawaiian man who comes from a lineage of marijuana growers and is now proudly expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Nani. During a night of karaoke, beer, and weed, the medical uses, benefits, and cultural aspects of marijuana in pre-contact Hawai‘i are explored. This sequel to Not One Batu follow’s Papa’s family—and the inevitable hardships arising when indigenous values are systematically marginalized. 

Tickets: $5-$25 | August 23 – September 23, 2018

Kumu Kahua Theatre | 46 Merchant St.

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Sep
20
3:00 PM15:00

ARTS CORPS at Arts at Marks Garage

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EVERY THURSDAY

ARTS CORPS

ARTS CORPS is a free arts education program for children and teens ages 10-18.  Every Thursday from 3pm-5:30pm the ARTS at Marks Garage will host workshops in visual and performing arts taught by partners who are local artists currently working in the field.  Students will create and experience different styles of art from different teachers, socialize with other students, and to learn about communication and self expression.  This opportunity is completely free for students, and includes snacks.  To register for classes, or for more information, email info@artsatmarks.com.

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
20
11:30 AM11:30

Pop-In & Paint at Wine & Design

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Pop-In & Paint

Pop-in at your leisure any time between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm to get your creative fix. You'll be provided with a blank 16"x20" canvas, brushes, acrylic paint and apron. You can pick one of our paintings to recreate or make your own original creation. This is not an instructor-led session.

Cost: $25

Wine & Design | 25 N. King St.

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Sep
19
11:30 AM11:30

Pop-In & Paint at Wine & Design

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Pop-In & Paint

Pop-in at your leisure any time between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm to get your creative fix. You'll be provided with a blank 16"x20" canvas, brushes, acrylic paint and apron. You can pick one of our paintings to recreate or make your own original creation. This is not an instructor-led session.

Cost: $25

Wine & Design | 25 N. King St.

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Sep
18
11:30 AM11:30

Pop-In & Paint at Wine & Design

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Pop-In & Paint

Pop-in at your leisure any time between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm to get your creative fix. You'll be provided with a blank 16"x20" canvas, brushes, acrylic paint and apron. You can pick one of our paintings to recreate or make your own original creation. This is not an instructor-led session.

Cost: $25

Wine & Design | 25 N. King St.

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Sep
16
to Sep 17

Illmaculate Live at Nextdoor

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Nextdoor Presents

Illmaculate Live

Nextdoor and the Got Rice? Show are proud to present Illmaculate live in Hawaii! Portland's own battle rap champion will be bringing his unique style of hip hop to Nextdoors stage for one night only. Continuing Nextdoor's tradition of bringing you the finest acts in live music this is one that you don't want to miss! Featuring an all star local line up of supporting artists this show is set be truely one of a kind.

 Nextdoor | 43 North Hotel Street

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Sep
16
2:00 PM14:00

Pakalolo Sweet at Kumu Kahua Theatre

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KUMU KAHUA THEATRE PRESENTS

Pakalolo Sweet

Junior Boy is a young Hawaiian man who comes from a lineage of marijuana growers and is now proudly expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Nani. During a night of karaoke, beer, and weed, the medical uses, benefits, and cultural aspects of marijuana in pre-contact Hawai‘i are explored. This sequel to Not One Batu follow’s Papa’s family—and the inevitable hardships arising when indigenous values are systematically marginalized. 

Tickets: $5-$25 | August 23 – September 23, 2018

Kumu Kahua Theatre | 46 Merchant St.

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Sep
15
8:00 PM20:00

The Female Comics of Hawaii at Arts at Marks Garage

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The Female Comics of Hawaii

We are the only all-female comedy group in Hawaii and we are a fabulous, diverse, talented bunch of ladies! hilarious Na Hoku winner Brandi Morgan headlines this awesome show Sat Sept 15th, 2018, 8-10pm. Patrice Scott hosts and Erika Swartzkopf, Mary Jane Murphy, Cameo Lawrence, CC, Jasmine Bautista and Pam Escalona perform original standup comedy, come laugh with us!

$12 cover at the door | 21+

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
15
8:00 PM20:00

Pakalolo Sweet at Kumu Kahua Theatre

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KUMU KAHUA THEATRE PRESENTS

Pakalolo Sweet

Junior Boy is a young Hawaiian man who comes from a lineage of marijuana growers and is now proudly expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Nani. During a night of karaoke, beer, and weed, the medical uses, benefits, and cultural aspects of marijuana in pre-contact Hawai‘i are explored. This sequel to Not One Batu follow’s Papa’s family—and the inevitable hardships arising when indigenous values are systematically marginalized. 

Tickets: $5-$25 | August 23 – September 23, 2018

Kumu Kahua Theatre | 46 Merchant St.

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Sep
15
7:00 PM19:00

Saturday Zouk Social at Sakura Dance Studio

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Saturday Zouk Social

Weekly Zouk Classes & Party with our guest Instructor Ian direct from Rio de Janiero, Brazil. Just over ten years ago, Ian realized that he would probably dance forever. In love with dance, Ian started doing all sorts of classes, from Forró and Zouk to Classical Ballet and Jazz. Engaged in working with dance, Ian began teaching classes in Rio de Janeiro, created a dance company, choreographed and produced many events, from parties to workshops and excursion. The most important thing for Ian has always been to unite people through dance and to positively change their lives, just as happened with him.

Abroad Ian has taught Zouk and created Zouk choreographies in Europe, USA and Canada. Nowadays Ian develops his teaching didactics aimed at deepening the connection between people.

Sakura Dance Studio | 184 N. King Street

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Sep
14
8:00 PM20:00

Pakalolo Sweet at Kumu Kahua Theatre

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KUMU KAHUA THEATRE PRESENTS

Pakalolo Sweet

Junior Boy is a young Hawaiian man who comes from a lineage of marijuana growers and is now proudly expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Nani. During a night of karaoke, beer, and weed, the medical uses, benefits, and cultural aspects of marijuana in pre-contact Hawai‘i are explored. This sequel to Not One Batu follow’s Papa’s family—and the inevitable hardships arising when indigenous values are systematically marginalized. 

Tickets: $5-$25 | August 23 – September 23, 2018

Kumu Kahua Theatre | 46 Merchant St.

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Sep
14
6:30 PM18:30

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show at O'Toole's

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O'TOOLE'S IRISH PUB PRESENTS

Jose Dynamite & Friends Comedy Show

Check out the longest running weekly Friday Night Comedy show in Honolulu.
Jose Dynamite is a Hawaii-based Stand-Up Comedian, Multi-Media Executive, Commercial Copy Writer, and Professional Village Idiot.

Tickets: $10 at the door | RSVP: 808-391-5673

O' Toole's Irish Pub | 902 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
14
3:00 PM15:00

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar at Madre Chocolate Factory

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EVERY FRIDAY

Make Your Own Chocolate Bar

Learn about the origins of chocolate and how it is made bean-to-bar in Hawai‘i by tasting it in 3 forms: the delicious lychee-tasting fruit juice of cacao, a fresh roasted cacao bean, and a flight of our most popular chocolate flavors. Finally, make your very own chocolate bar using Hawai‘i grown and made chocolate, choosing from a delicious selection of fruits, nuts and spices to flavor your bar, from toasted coconut to spicy chipotle pepper or Hawaiian sea salt. You will get to try Oahu’s award-winning chocolate and see how we make it, in this delicious, informative tour!

Cost: $25

Madre Chocolate Factory | 8 North Pauahi St.

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Sep
13
8:00 PM20:00

Pakalolo Sweet at Kumu Kahua Theatre

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KUMU KAHUA THEATRE PRESENTS

Pakalolo Sweet

Junior Boy is a young Hawaiian man who comes from a lineage of marijuana growers and is now proudly expecting a baby with his girlfriend, Nani. During a night of karaoke, beer, and weed, the medical uses, benefits, and cultural aspects of marijuana in pre-contact Hawai‘i are explored. This sequel to Not One Batu follow’s Papa’s family—and the inevitable hardships arising when indigenous values are systematically marginalized. 

Tickets: $5-$25 | August 23 – September 23, 2018

Kumu Kahua Theatre | 46 Merchant St.

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Sep
13
8:00 PM20:00

Hawaii Zouk Lounge Class and Party at Island Zouk Hawaii

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Hawaii Zouk Lounge Class and Party

Since 2011, Island Zouk has been teaching Brazilian zouk and hosting international zouk instructors in the islands of Hawaii. Zouk is growing fast, thanks to the passionate and talented island instructors and dancers that make up our ohana. 

We think it's time to take the celebration up a notch. We are holding our weekly social event at a hot new venue: A sexy, edgy, artistic space with a brand new dance floor!

Brazilian Zouk is a sensual, soft, flowing dance where the lead and follow use almost super human powers of conection and awareness in order to flow as one on the dance floor gracefully and fluidly.

Island Zouk Hawaii | 43 N. Hotel Street

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Sep
13
3:00 PM15:00

ARTS CORPS at Arts at Marks Garage

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EVERY THURSDAY

ARTS CORPS

ARTS CORPS is a free arts education program for children and teens ages 10-18.  Every Thursday from 3pm-5:30pm the ARTS at Marks Garage will host workshops in visual and performing arts taught by partners who are local artists currently working in the field.  Students will create and experience different styles of art from different teachers, socialize with other students, and to learn about communication and self expression.  This opportunity is completely free for students, and includes snacks.  To register for classes, or for more information, email info@artsatmarks.com.

Arts at Marks Garage | 1159 Nuuanu Ave.

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Sep
9
5:00 PM17:00

'Ola Ka 'Aina at Hawaii Theatre Center

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HAWAII THEATRE CENTER PRESENTS

'Ola Ka 'Aina Concert

This year, Kanile`a `Ukulele will celebrate 20 years of making professional-grade, Hawaiian `ukuleles. Each `ukulele is finely handcrafted with beautiful woods and intricate detail to create a Hawaiian masterpiece filled with warm tones and gorgeous finishes. Kanile`a `Ukulele is the only `Ukulele company actively reforesting Koa forests. Last year, we planted 5,000 Koa trees. This year, we are on track for planting 8,000 more Koa trees. There is an amazing feeling that comes with giving back to our `aina!

We are so excited to celebrate 20 years in business but more excited for what the future has in store for Kanile`a `Ukulele. Join us on September 9 at the Hawai`i Theatre for a beautiful night of culture, sustainability and an incredible line-up of music by our award-winning artists!

This concert will feature Kapena, Keauhou, Honoka and Azita, Hi`ikua, Vaihi, Na Wai Ho`olu`u O Ke Anuenue, Karlie G, Ben and Maila, Cody Pueo Pata, Aldrine Guerrero, Craig and Sarah, Jody Kamisato and more!

Tickets: $25, $35, $45, $95

Hawaii Theatre Center | 1130 Bethel Street

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