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Outrigger Resorts Rainbow Classic Celebrates 50th Anniversary

Outrigger Resorts Rainbow Classic Celebrates 50th Anniversary

It’s a special season for college basketball fans in Hawaii as the Outrigger Resorts Rainbow Classic celebrates 50 years of stellar play, with on-court action set for Nov. 14, 15, and 17. The University of Hawaii (UH) men’s basketball team will tip off the season against California’s CSU Bakersfield in a round-robin tournament, which also includes Arkansas-Pine Bluff and North Carolina’s High Point University.

 

Fans can also score this season with special room and game ticket packages at several Outrigger properties, valid November 13 to 18. Find out more at www.outrigger.com/specials/promotion/2014-rainbow-classic.

 

New Orleans’ Pianist-Singer Jon Cleary opens Atherton Winter Concert Season Nov. 7

New Orleans’ Pianist-Singer Jon Cleary opens Atherton Winter Concert Season Nov. 7

Hawai‘i Public Radio is thrilled to open its Atherton Performing Arts Studio 2014-15 Winter Season on Friday, November 7 with multi-talented New Orleans pianist-singer Jon Cleary. Born in England and bred in New Orleans, Jon Cleary is a triple threat who combines soulful vocals, masterful piano skills, and a knack for composing infectious grooves, melodic hooks and sharp lyrics. His solo performance in the  intimate 75-seat Atherton will feature songs from his latest, critically acclaimed album Occapella! (all from the catalog of Allen Toussaint), and insights about the music of New Orleans.

Tickets are $30 general, $25 for HPR members, and $15 for students with ID. They may be purchased online at www.hprtickets.org or by calling the station (955-8821) during regular business hours. The Atherton Studio is located at Hawai‘i Public Radio, 738 Kaheka Street. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.; the concert starts at 7:30 p.m.

Free Health Screenings And Demonstrations At HMAA’s ‘Healthy For The Holidays’ Downtown Health Fair

HONOLULU – Hawaii Medical Assurance Association (HMAA) is hosting its third annual “Healthy for the Holidays” wellness health fair in downtown Honolulu on Friday, October 24. HMAA invites everyone to a fun-filled event promoting a culture of wellness focusing on a healthy mind, body, and spirit.

The health fair will take place at Tamarind Park, Bishop Square, from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Participants will receive free giveaways (while supplies last) and health screenings that include blood pressure and body composition readings. This year’s health fair will feature more than ten wellness vendors and organizations that will share their expertise and give advice on what it takes to live a healthy lifestyle, especially as the stresses of the holidays begin to creep up at the end of the year. There will also be live fitness demonstrations and interactive activities from some of the vendors.

Wish You Were Here Fundraiser: Reyn Spooner's holiday themed fundraiser benefits Make-A-Wish Hawaii

Wish You Were Here Fundraiser: Reyn Spooner's holiday themed fundraiser benefits Make-A-Wish Hawaii

REYN SPOONER HELPING TO MAKE WISHES COME TRUE

**Holiday Themed Fundraiser to Benefit Make-A-Wish Hawaii**

WHAT: For the second year, Reyn Spooner celebrates its annual Christmas Shirt with a holiday fundraising event benefitting Make-A-Wish Hawaii. All proceeds from ticket sales and the evening’s silent auction will be donated to Make-A-Wish Hawaii to support its efforts to grant the wishes of children diagnosed with life-threatening conditions.

The evening features live entertainment by a variety of talented local musicians, including Henry Kapono, Casey Thompson, Herb Ohta Jr., Jon Yamasato and more. Guests will enjoy handcrafted cocktails created by mixologist Joey Gottesman and heavy pupu selections from Mariposa at Neiman Marcus.

SEA LIFE PARK CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY WITH FAMILY FUN DAY AND $2.64 ADMISSION

SEA LIFE PARK CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY WITH FAMILY FUN DAY AND $2.64 ADMISSION

WHAT:
There’s quite a wave of excitement sweeping through the Islands this year as Sea Life Park Hawai‘i celebrates 50 years of family fun, education and conservation. The 22-acrePark located north of Hanauma Bay will celebrate the major milestone with a special Family Fun Day with rollback admission to $2.64, the same price when the Park opened in 1964.