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Island Sole Hosts Three Fall Fashion Events at Ala Moana Center Store

Island Sole Hosts Three Fall Fashion Events at Ala Moana Center Store

Island Sole invites shoppers to get creative this weekend by adding some style to their slippers. Starting Friday, Sept. 12 the local footwear company will host three events at Island Sole Ala Moana Center, where customers can walk away with some stylish soles.

 

POW WOW Hawaii x OluKai – Promoting Lifestyle Through Art

Friday, Sept. 12 from 3-6 p.m.

POW WOW Hawaii and Olukai are teaming up with Island Sole to promote lifestyle through art. Local artists Matt and Roxie Ortiz will be in-store creating custom hand-painted designs on selected OluKai styles for purchase.

 

TOMS Style Your Sole

Saturday, Sept. 13 from 1-5 p.m.

Get creative for a cause! When you purchase a pair of TOMS at the event, a local artist will customize them just for you! Plus, for each pair you purchase, TOMS will give a pair of new shoes to a child in need.

 

Customers Can Get Free McCafe® Coffee at McDonald’s® During Breakfast Hours From Sept. 16 to 29

Customers Can Get Free McCafe® Coffee at McDonald’s® During Breakfast Hours From Sept. 16 to 29

HONOLULU – McDonald’s® Restaurants of Hawaii is planning a second round of coffee sampling from September 16 to 29 where customers can get a free small hot cup of McCafe® coffee during breakfast hours at participating restaurants, no purchase necessary. In Hawaii only, the coffee is a unique Royal Kona Blend that now comes in a richer and bolder flavor. It is freshly roasted in Hawaii and supplied to McDonald’s by Hawaii Coffee Company.

“McDonald’s of Hawaii has been serving our Royal Kona Blend brand since its first restaurant opened in Aina Haina in 1968,” said Jim Lenhart, Hawaii Coffee Company vice president of sales and service. “We’re proud of our more than 40-year partnership and have enjoyed working with McDonald’s of Hawaii to develop quality local products for McDonald’s customers.”

Fight Againt Lung Disease with Honolulu's Lung Force Walk

Fight Againt Lung Disease with Honolulu's Lung Force Walk
WHAT: The American Lung Association in Hawaii will host Honolulu’s first-ever LUNG FORCE Walk to join in the fight against lung cancer in Hawaii. As the number one cancer killer of women in the U.S., lung cancer has devastating effects, especially on women and their families. This unique event will raise both funds and awareness for lung cancer research, education, early detection and cures.

Two walk routes will be offered: the full walk is approximately 2.5 miles, with the option for a shorter Heroes’ Lap of .3 miles.  In addition to the walk component, the event will feature live entertainment, keiki activities, mission and sponsor tents, prize drawings and more.

WHEN: Sunday, November 16, 2014

  • 8:00 a.m. – Registration and festivities begin
  • 9:00 a.m. – Walk Begins
  • 9:45 – 11:45 a.m. – Return to Magic Island 

 

WHERE: Magic Island, Ala Moana Beach Park

HAWAII POPS OPENS SECOND SEASON WITH A CELEBRATION OF THE MUSIC OF THE BEATLES

HAWAII POPS OPENS SECOND SEASON WITH A CELEBRATION OF THE MUSIC OF THE BEATLES

WHAT:
The Hawaii Pops kicks off its new season with Top to Bottom: Sgt. Pepper & Abbey Road!  Revel in the glorious melodies of the Beatles as the Hawaii Pops and conductor Matt Catingub take you on a nostalgic journey down Penny Lane…

The Hawaii Pops season runs through May 2015, and features a wide variety of popular music performances at the Sheraton Waikiki Ballroom and the Hawaii Theatre.

Established in 2013 as an independent pops organization, Hawaii Pops is a non-profit group whose mission is to bring music and music education to residents and visitors of Hawaii.

WHEN:
Saturday, September 27, 2014

7:30 p.m.

WHERE:
Sheraton Waikiki Ballroom

FROM ME TO YOU: Stories, Poems, and Music by Hawai‘i’s Writers Close Atherton Summer Season

FROM ME TO YOU: Stories, Poems, and Music by Hawai‘i’s Writers Close Atherton Summer Season

Hawai‘i Public Radio’s 2014 Atherton summer season closes on Saturday, September 13, with From Me to You, an evening of spoken word and song from the producers of the popular radio program Aloha Shorts. Listeners continued to ask for the weekly program of literature by Hawai‘i’s writers read by local actors after its final broadcast at the end of 2012. The station has responded by inviting the show’s former producing team to create an Atherton event in a similar format. In turn, co-producers Sammie Choy, Craig Howes, and Phyllis S.K. Look enlisted renowned Hawaiian scholar, educator, musician, and composer Jonathan K. Osorio to host and provide musical direction and accompaniment. Reservations for From Me to You (formerly known by its working title Sincerely, Hawai‘i) may be made at www.hprtickets.org or by calling the station (955-8821) during regular business hours.

Hawai‘i Pacific Health presents “Women’s Way to Health” free community health event

Hawai‘i Pacific Health presents “Women’s Way to Health” free community health event

“Women’s Way to Health” is a free community health event featuring Hawai‘i Pacific Health physicians and community specialists who will discuss various women’s health topics, including incontinence, osteoporosis, fall prevention, diabetes and the aging brain.

WHEN:
Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014
8:30 a.m. to noon

WHERE:
Ala Moana Hotel, Hibiscus Ballroom
410 Atkinson Drive, Honolulu, Hawai‘i

The program is also available via video conference at Pali Momi Medical Center in ‘Aiea and at Wilcox Memorial Hospital on Kaua‘i.

COST:
Free

REGISTRATION:         
Register online at www.hawaiipacifichealth.org/womensway

Show Your Aloha Spirit By Purchasing Aloha Festivals Merchandise

Show Your Aloha Spirit By Purchasing Aloha Festivals Merchandise

HONOLULU – The Aloha Festivals proudly presents its 2014 merchandise collection to mark its 68th year celebrating Hawaiian culture and heritage. The 2014 Aloha Festivals merchandise – ribbons, power bands and T-shirts – reflects the Polynesian Voyaging Society’s mission to promote world peace through its sailing canoe Hōkūleʻa in honor of this year’s theme “Maluhia Honua – World Peace With Aloha.”

“We invite the public to join us in celebrating and supporting Hawaii’s premier kamaʻaina festival,” said Helene “Sam” Shenkus, co-chair of the Aloha Festivals board of directors. “The proceeds made from the Aloha Festivals ribbons and power bands allow us to share Hawaii’s history and culture with the community through our free events during the month of September.”