Saturday January 25


Baseball Pitching Clinic

Kailua High School – Baseball Field, ages 8-12 8:30 a.m.-noon, ages 13 and up 1:30-5 p.m., coaches and parents welcome, $200, space is limited to 50 signups. MLB pitching coach Dr. House will be teaching proper throwing techniques, mechanics and arm strengthening. If there is a conflict with the Saturday session, please contact. (www.hawaiibaseballacademy.com)

Feng Shui Bagua

Hawaii State Library, 2 p.m., free. Best-selling author Clear Englebert introduces the Five Elements and how they relate to furnishings and landscapes. (586-3500)

Feng Shui Bagua

Kapolei Public Library,10:30 a.m., free. Best-selling author Clear Englebert introduces the Five Elements and how they relate to furnishings and landscapes. (693-7058)

Garden Design Workshop

Mulkern Nursery, 41-639 Kaulukanu St., Waimanalo, 10 a.m., free. Plan your dream garden with landscape designer Susan Mulkern. Prepare for a complete landscape overhaul or small project by starting with the right questions. Bring your questions, area dimensions and pictures. (396-6595)

Get Golf Ready Beginning Clinic

Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course, for 5 consecutive Saturdays starting Jan. 25 or Feb. 15 from 9 a.m.-10 a.m., contact for cost. Beginner adults focus on swing basics putting, rules and etiquette and how to play a round of golf and have fun. All equipment is provided. (386-3500, golfacademyhawaii.com)

Ikebana Sogetsu – Japanese Flower Arranging

Windward Community College – Hale Kuhina 115, Saturdays Jan. 25-March 8, 9:30-11:30 p.m., $65. The art of Japanese flower arranging functions as a path for the creative spirit. (235-7433)

Introduction to Yoga Series

Waimanalo, contact for details on location, Jan. 25, Feb. 1 and 8, 9-10:30 a.m., $50 for all four classes. This is a cumulative course with each class building on the one before. When completed, you will be ready to participate in the rewarding practice of yoga. (259-9490, www.yogamoveshawaii)

Math Power for Girls + Parents

Sacred Hearts Academy, 8-10 a.m., free, must pre-register. Girls junior-kindergarten to grade 4 and their parents participate in activities to empower girls for math success and to inspire parents on how best to help their daughters succeed. (734-5058×232, www.sacredhearts.org)

Organizing and Editing Your Digital Photos From Start to Finish

Windward Community College – Hale Alakai 102, Jan. 25 and Feb. 1, 9:00 a.m.-noon, $80 + $10 lab fee payable to instructor. Learn step-by-step workflow process of getting your digital photos from camera to computer and out to print or saved to a CD and flash drive. (235-7433)

Plants Drink Tea Too

Halawa Xeriscape Garden,10:30 a.m.-noon, $15/general includes materials, $10/FOXHG members, advanced registration required. Learn how to mix vermicast (organic fertilizer) and vermicast tea into plant growing media that will satisfy all of a plant’s nutritional needs. (748-5312, workshops@hbws.org)

Sweet Saturday Yoga

Waimanalo, contact for details on location, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., contact for cost. Deepen your yoga practice and enjoy lunch from Sweet Home Waimanalo (optional). (259-9490, www.yogamoveshawaii)


Hot Rods and Classic Car Show and Cruz Night with Bleizn FX

Pearlridge Center – Downtown, fourth level parking lot above the Pearlridge West 16 movie theaters, 5-9 p.m, call for more information. (488-0411)

Cherry Blossom Event

Wahiawa Hongwanji Hall, 1067 California Ave., Wahiawa, 7-9 p.m., $5 donation. Features Japanese songs, dance and performances. (291-6151)

Chinese New Year Celebration

Town Center of Mililani, 10:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., free. Firecrackers kick off with the Asian Lion Dance team in the parking lot by Mililani Town Florist and Cookie Corner, followed by the dance team going through Town Center of Mililani to bless the stores. (http://towncenterofmililani.com)

Eyeglass and Hearing Aid Collection

Walmart Stores, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., contact for other locations. Donate used glasses to Hawaii Lions for distribution to those in need in developing countries where eye care is inaccessible. Hearing aids also accepted. (456-7278, www.hawaiilions.org)

Feng Shui Outlook for 2014

Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., $68. World of Feng Shui (WOFS) USA Honolulu presents 2014 Feng Shui Outlook for the Year of the Yang Wood Horse by expert consultant, Peter Lung, to benefit Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific. (739-8288, info@wofsusa.com)

Girls and Women in Sports Day

Hawaii Pacific University – Hawaii Loa Campus, 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m., free. Girls ages 4-14 or grades K-8 have the opportunity to try each female sport that HPU Athletics sponsors: golf, tennis, soccer, softball, volleyball, basketball, cross country, and acrobatics and tumbling. (356-5223, athletics@hpu.edu)

Honolulu Waldorf School Open House

Honolulu Waldorf School – Niu Campus, 9 a.m.-noon, free, contact to make reservations. Discover the school as taught in the early childhood and middle school grades by meeting faculty and discussing your child’s education options. (377-5491)

Images at War’s End

Kapolei Public Library, through Feb. 22, library hours, free. The Battleship Missouri Memorial in collaboration with Kapolei High School, presents images a display of images and memorabilia from the USS Missouri, which also includes a series of unedited, soundless documentary film recordings taken aboard the USS Missouri as World War II concluded. (693-7050)

Kimono Dressing

University Laboratory School – Multi-Purpose Building, contact for appointment times, by donation only. Kimono dressing in the style of the Coming-of-Age-Ceremony. Bring your own camera. Kimono sets for males fits only age 5 and adults. (956-8288, 947-8889)

Laau Lapaau Workshop

Ilima at Leihano, 891 Kamaaha Ave., Kapolei, 9 a.m-noon, $15/person, $40/families up to 3 people, contact to register. This workshop will focus on the cultural significance of the traditional Hawaiian healing practice, its role in promoting a healthy lifestyle and the basics for creating remedies at home (220-4166, www.malamalearningcenter.org)

Robert Burns Dinner

Oahu Country Club, 5:30 p.m., contact for cost. The Caledonian Society of Hawaii presents the Robert Burns Dinner, “The Lassies Remember Robbie” with dancing, singing, haggis and whisky. (372-5744)

St. Ann’s Catholic Schools Week Special Performance

Windward Mall – Center Court, 12:30-2 p.m. St. Ann’s celebrates Catholic Schools Week with special performances. (235-1143)

The Bella Project Dress Drive

My Girlfriend’s Closet, 320 Kuulei Road, Kailua, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., free. The Bella Project collects formal dresses, shoes, make-up and accessories and provides them to high school girls that are unable to purchase their own. (388 8681)

Weekly Pearlridge Farmers’ Market

Pearlridge Center – Downtown in the Sears parking lot, 8 a.m.-noon, free. Features over 40 vendors offering locally grown fruits and vegetables, plants, freshly made treats, pop-up cafe and live Hawaiian music. (488-0411)


11th Hour Performance

Snappers Sports Bar and Grill, 9 p.m.-1 a.m., free, ages 21 and older. (347-1323)

2 Chainz

The Republik, 1349 Kapiolani Blvd., doors open 10 p.m., show at 11 p.m., $49 in advance, increases day of the show, ages 18 and over. Rapper from Atlanta, 2 Chainz performs. (www.groovetickets.com)

Concert with Kealii Reichel

The Hawaii Convention Center Ballroom, 8 p.m., $35-$75. Kelii Reichel is the featured entertainer for the Orchestra Series Concert. (550-8457, www.hawaiipops.com)

Dana Land

Hawaii Public Radio – Atherton Studio, contact for time and price. Jazz stylist sings standards, blues and Brazilian music. (955-8821)

Derek Warfield and the Young Wolfe Tones

Anna O’Brien’s, 2440 S. Beretania St., Honolulu, 8 p.m., $15-$20, ages 21 and over. This toe-tapping Irish concert helps fund Honolulu’s 47th Annual Saint Patrick’s Day Parade. (fosphawaii.ning.com/events)

Jazz Peace Concert

Byodo-In, Valley of theTemples Memorial Park, 12:30-3 p.m., $2-$3. Jazz Clique performs. Bring your lunch and enjoy the day. Event subject change due to weather conditions. (239-9844)

Mango Season Duo

Cha Cha Cha Salsaria, 6:30-8:30 p.m., free. (mangoseasonmusic.com)

Royal Hawaii Band Performance

Night in Chinatown Parade from Richard and Hotel St. ending at River St., 3:30 p.m., free. Welcome the Year of the Horse. (922-5331)

Sean Naauao Trio

Duke’s Waikiki, 4-6 p.m., free. Concert on the beach. (www.dukeswaikiki.com)

Tahiti Rey Duo

Duke’s Waikiki, 9:30 p.m. till midnight, free. Concert on the beach. (www.dukeswaikiki.com)

The Music and Artists of Hawaii

Hawaii Convention Center Ballroom, 8 p.m., $35-$750. Hawaii Pops holds “The Music and Artists of Hawaii: Dinner Dance and Concert” starring Keali‘i Reichel. (hawaiipops.com)

Tropicabana: a Musical Romp through the Tropics

HPR – Atherton Studio, contact for time, $15-$30. Mambo, Cha Cha, Calypso and Samba are just a few of the styles Dana Land and her band perform on a journey of musical favorites from Jobim to Sinatra. (www.hprtickets.org)

La Dolce Vita: Tribute to the Roaring ‘20s

Bar 35, 9 p.m.-2 a.m., $5, ages 21 and over. Enjoy night of variety with surprise performances by some of Hawaii’s finest and hottest showcasing their talents and birthday bash for Belly Dancers in Paradise’s Malia Delapenia. (www.djnocturna.com)

Bow Ties and Bling Benefit

M Honolulu, 6:30-9:30 p.m., $20. Event includes live music, food, prizes and silent auction to help support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Hawaii. (695-4571, hbrown@bbbshawaii.org)

Girl, Boi, Grrl

Hula’s Bar & Lei Stand, 10 p.m., $15-$100, ages 21 and over. Join the festivities at Honolulu’s hottest gender-blending extravaganza with a variety show combining some of the best of Hawaii’s drag, pole and burlesque performances. (923-0669)

Kupu Ae Benefit Event

Laniakea and Cafe Julia, 4-7 p.m., contact for cost. Event includes fine cuisine, performances and a silent auction with proceeds supporting the mission of Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus. (521-2982, www.hyoc.org)

Plumeria Beach House Weekend Breakfast Buffet

The Kahala Hotel & Resort, Jan. 25, 26, 31, 6:30 a.m. to noon, $19-$38. Enjoy a breakfast buffet served by the sea. Contact for reservations. (739-8760, restaurants@kahalaresort.com)

The Delta Kappa Gamma Society’s Celebration

Hale Koa Hotel, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., contact for cost. The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International as Beta Beta State observes its 65th birthday celebration, involving more than 150 educators. (778-8453)


’A Sea of Puppets’

1777 East-West Rd., Honolulu, Jan. 25, 2 and 4 p.m., Jan. 26, 4 p.m., $5-$10. “A Sea of Puppets” is a traditional Taiwanese glove puppet show, including live music, performed on a carved wooden stage by a professional five-member ensemble from the Taiyuan Puppet Theatre Company. (838-3066, arts.eastwestcenter.org)

’Auntie Martha and the Nene (Goose)’

Tenney Theatre, Jan. 25 and Feb. 1, 4:30 p.m., $10-$20, recommended for ages 5 and up. This locally-authored premiere, adapted from the original play, “Martha,” is the funny, touching story of an ornery old lady who thinks she’s just fine all alone. Performed by Honolulu Theatre for Youth. (839-9885, www.htyweb.org)

Artist’s Reception

Gallery on the Pali – First Unitarian Chuch of Honolulu, 5-7 p.m., contact for cost. The gallery presents “Art of Aloha: In Celebration of Women,” featuring watercolors by Patrice Federspiel. (595-4047, www.artofaloha.com)

’Halau: A Life in Hula’ Photographs by Guest Artist Floyd K. Takeuchi

The Gallery at Ward Centre, show open till Jan. 30., Artist reception Jan. 4 from 4 to 6 p.m., free. The gallery presents “Halau: A Life in Hula,” a collection of photographs by Floyd K. Takeuchi. (597-8034, info@gwcfineart.com)

Haiku Valley Clean-Up Service Day

Top of Haiku Road, Jan. 26, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m., free, RSVP by Jan. 25. Weather permitting, clear vegetation while learning about the historical and cultural background of the area from the Koolau Foundation’s Cultural Heritage Program. (221- 5662, koolaufoundation@gmail.com)

Pouhala Marsh Clean-Up and Restoration

Pouhala Marsh, Waipahu, 8:30-11:30 a.m., free, contact to sign up. Volunteers clean-up marsh used by Hawaii Nature Center educational programs, which is the largest of the remaining wetland habitats in Pearl Harbor. (955-0100, ext. 118, volunteer@hawaiinaturecenter.org)

Volunteer with the Fish Orientation

Living Art Marine Center Education, Jan. 25, 1 p.m., Jan. 26, 10 a.m., free, call to RSVP. Learn about supporting the center’s educational mission to teach people about our beautiful underwater world by attending the orientation. (841-8080)

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