Saturday Mar 17 @ 6:00 AM
2018 Tour de Cure Hawaii
American Diabetes Association - Hawaii – Our Step Out Walk to Stop Diabetes and Tour de Cure events have been combined. In 2018, we look forward to our Tour de Cure Hawaii event which will include walk, run, or ride options, giving the entire community an opportunity to participate. This event is for participants of all ages and abilities, ranging from the 5K walk/run, 10K run, to multiple cycling routes. Join us for the post-event festival featuring ono food, live music, and great company!
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 8:30 AM
Rapid Ohia Death Symposia
The Pacific Cooperative Studies Unit – East HI ROD Symposium, Saturday, March 17, 2018 at the University of Hawaii at Hilo UCB 100 in Hilo, Hawai?i This is a free public event. Seating is limited, so please be sure to register at If you have questions call Corie Yanger Corie Yanger's
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 10:00 AM
Garden to Table Cooking Class
Down to Earth Hawaii – This class is part of the eat local workshop series, co-hosted by the Good Food Movement. Join Kelly and learn to make dishes with fresh garden ingredients. Learn to make: -Gluten Free Pizza -Cauliflower Popcorn -Raw Coconut Cream Pie $20/student, Registration Required Register Now: For more information, please call (808) 947-3249. 48 Hour Cancellation Policy for Refunds and Cancellations. Class will require reservations by at least 5 people. To make your reservation please call our Marketing Office at 947-3249 or sign up on Eventbrite. In the event of cancellation (2 days before event) everyone who signed up will be notified by email and phone. Walk-ins are welcome, however it's a good idea to call us to make sure event is still on.
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 10:30 AM
The Go For Broke Spirit Talk Story with Shane Sato
Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai'i – Meet photographer Shane Sato on Saturday, March 17, 2018, from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. for a book signing and talk story. His book, The Go For Broke Spirit: Portraits of Courage, is a heartfelt collection of photographs of the Japanese American Nisei who served with the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, 100th Infantry Battalion, and the Military Intelligence Service during World War II. The book took over 15 years to complete and the pictures and stories bring out the emotion and turmoil of 81 Nisei veterans who fought for their country when their families were imprisoned. Sato’s artistry highlights the personality in what are usually considered stoic subjects. Don’t miss this chance to pick up your copy of The Go For Broke Spirit at the Gift Shop and get it autographed at this event.
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 3:00 PM
Paint & Sip "Colorful Sail Sunset" {BYOB}
Wine & Design – Sign-Up • Show-Up • Sip-Up • PAINT! No artistic talent needed, because we show you step by step how to complete your masterpiece! Painting is $45 per person. BYOB. Reserve your seat now!
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 6:30 PM
Paint & Sip "Bae" {BYOB}
Wine & Design – Sign-Up • Show-Up • Sip-Up • PAINT! No artistic talent needed, because we show you step by step how to complete your masterpiece! Painting is $45 per person. BYOB. Reserve your seat now!
    Saturday Mar 17 @ 7:00 PM
Arabian Nights: The Porter’s Tale
The ARTS at Marks Garage – In THE PORTER’S TALE, one story unfolds into another until, in a party, each of three one-eyed men tells his bizarre roller-coaster tale of how he lost his eye. Come hear! This is Islam’s ‘pulp fiction’, revealing the anonymous genius of the people of sands. In Hawaii, responding to the Iraq War, JEFF GERE performed 10 Arabian Night tales over 18 months of sold-out shows (with belly dancer & 2 musicians). This is his favorite set of stories. Hold ON! Shadow puppets will animate three sections too. The show runs 90+ minutes. Content Warning: Tales include violence, extreme characters, & poetry. Sat March 17, The Arts @ Mark’s Garage (Pauahi St.,Chinatown) 7pm, Doors open at 630p $15 pre-sale tickets, $20 @ door Belly dancing, music & drama Babatunji Heath, percussion of all kinds Libations by: Bar@MARKS Parking: FREE street parking after 6p. Chinatown Municipal Garages (Beretania & Bethel St.) $5 flat rate after 5pm. Marks Garage - $12 flat rate after 5pm. JEFF GERE was Oahu Island’s Drama Specialist (Parks Department) for 30 years. There, he produced the Talk Story Festival, Hawaii’s biggest storytelling celebration, Talk Story Radio & Story TV. Since retiring to end 2014, he has performed tales and shadow puppets in China, India, Romania, Australia, & Taiwan. This is his first mainland tour in several years. & YouTube. BABATUNJI HEATH is a celebrated recording engineer & the rhythmic spine of ‘Good Foot’ big band. Jeff & Tunji did an Arabian Nights tale in Hong Kong (’05). So what attracted you to the Arabian Nights? A commission by the Honolulu Museum of Art to celebrate & open the Doris Duke Islamic Museum. I added a flute player & drummer. The show was packed packed packed! They used a Humanities Grant to fund 3 more afternoon shows in their theater- I added a belly dancer. It was standing room only, turn away crowds for all shows! To warm up the 90 minute program, we did the show(s) in a swank Chinatown restaurant’s back-room (with disco lights, a canopied bed, & large table for a stage) I added incense & a persian carpet. We did 10 different shows over 18 months of Saturdays, all sold out 3 weeks ahead. Rave Reviews, a huge hit, lines of people waiting to get in. FUN! To help hold the attention, I inserting shadow puppets for sections of the tale. I went to Turkey in 2013 to ‘see Islam’, which turned into another visit for their Karagoz Shadow Puppet Festival (Bursa). Sincve, I’ve told some of these tales in Hong Kong, China, India. .. and now this tour! So what is it about these tales that continues to hold your interest? They’ve taught me so much about Islam (I knew little). They continually surprise audiences with sudden stops & turns (a hero is saved because of his prayer). I love the challenge of guiding an audience through their complex narratives (story within frame story within story). I love these tales because of their beauty, their violence, their sensuality, the philosophical questions they call up, their remarks falling on contemporary life, and their poetry. Even the jokes still work! They speak of the genius of the peoples of the sands. They make me grow bigger as an artist & human. They rock my boat!
    Saturday Mar 17 - Mar 18 @ 9:00 PM
Drezo Evil Live Tour in Honolulu
Specto Entertainment – Drezo is bringing his Evil Live tour to Hawaii with special guest BIJOU!!! It's all going down at Hawaiian Brians on 3/17/18 :) DREZO It is rare now in a music scene of tiring trends for an artist to break the mold and make a statement creatively that people can connect to. However, based in Los Angeles, Drezo challenges the mainstream standard by staying true to his own powerful underground sound of house music. Through his compositions and remixes, the 24 year old aims to represent the darker and more imaginative side of EDM. With releases on OWSLA & Mad Decent, Drezo has proven that his haunting surge of originality is being accepted by the masses. Constantly devoting time in the studio has helped him evolve and innovate towards a sound that is now being widely recognized by the likes of Diplo, Destructo, Porter Robinson, Tchami, Zedd, DJ Snake, Dillon Francis and more, solidifying Drezo's placement among the world's top tier dance producers. BIJOU Hailing from Phoenix, Arizona, Bijou has taken his native scene by storm. Spinning hundreds of local shows a year at the most populated venues in the city, it was only a matter of time before Ben Dorman saw the light outside of Arizona... Playing across the country in cities like Las Vegas, New York, Seattle, and San Diego, Bijou’s street cred grows even more reputable by the day. With releases on Night Bass, Fool’s Gold, and Prep School Recordings, as well as a hit collaboration with Dr. Fresch,“Hello,” which has received support from AC Slater, Destructo, Don Diablo, Drezo, Malaa, Party Favor, and Wax Motif,Bijou has a cacophony of support To prove his worth. Infusing elements of hip-hop with those of classic house, Dorman is poised to join the ranks of the G-House supreme. The vibes are sexy, the bass is dark, and the dancefloors are primed for the sounds of Bijou.. __________ ? Admission ? _________ Presale: $15 - SOLD OUT Tier 1: $25 - LIMITED REMAINING ?$5 off GA when you show your LED Gloves at the door? __________ ? Line-Up ? ___________ ??Crossroads?? ??Electron?? __________ ? Venue ? ____________ Hawaiian Brians | March 17, 2018 9:00 pm - 2:00 am 18+ to dance, 21+ to drink No re-entry for those under 21 1680 Kapiolani Blvd Honolulu, HI 96814 __________ ? Partners ? __________ Drezo Bijou Audiophile Entertainment / Rave Rock Hawaii Ardency Emazing Lights Spin Knowledge
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 11:00 AM
Wizkids Open Winter - Heroclix
Other Realms Ltd - The Comic & Game Specialist – The winner of the event earns a 2017-2018 HeroClix National Championship Qualification. For complete information visit:
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
Zonta Club of Leilehua presents Lunafest 2018
Sacred Hearts Academy – Zonta Club of Leilehua presents LUNAFEST 2018, March 18th, 2018 at 1PM on the #SacredHeartsAcademy campus. Only on Oahu--an afternoon celebration of short films by, for and about women benefiting Zonta Club of Leilehua service projects, including Hawai'i Women in Filmmaking and Chicken & Egg Pictures. Enjoy light snacks/refreshments, silent auction items displays by women’s advocates and crafters. Questions?: Contact $20 Tickets:
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
Yoga Somatics: Pulling up The Roots with Amanda Painter
Open Space Yoga – Sunday March 18, 1:00-3:30pm; $25 Diamond Head Everyone has experienced some form of trauma in their lives. In fact, all living things experience trauma – many plants require stress to bloom and procreate! The very things that torment us are the exact things that fuel our growth and transformation. All of our experiences are stored in the mind as well as in the body. In this somatic practice, we'll use yogic tools and philosophy to dive into the depths of our “muck” - the samskaras that keep us in a pattern of self-destruction, in a safe and productive way. Using specific and intelligently sequenced asana (poses) and kriya (techniques), we will start to uncover the roots of our angst. Our life's lessons and challenges are never meant to stop us – they are only meant to show us how to grow. With a firm grasp on where our blockages come from, we'll form new momentum to move forward with clarity and strength.
    Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
Mommy & Me Unicorn Painting
Wine & Design – No artistic talent needed. Bring your pint-sized Picasso and we'll take you step-by-step through creating a masterpiece together. One price for 2 tickets. Reserve your seat now!
    Monday Mar 19 @ 2:00 PM
Game Day with YES!
Youth Empowerment and Success a program of Family Programs Hawai‘i – Fun, games, snacks and prizes hosted by YES! and the student government at Leeward Community College.
    Monday Mar 19 - Mar 28 @ 5:30 PM
Restorative Yoga Teacher Training
Open Space Yoga – March 19th-28th 2018 Mon, Wed, Fri 5:30-8:30pm, Saturday 9:30-2:30, Sunday 12:30-4:30 $400 Learn the art of observation and support thru the practices of restorative yoga. This teacher training will give you the skills necessary to incorporate restorative yoga into your practice and classes. Restorative yoga offers the assistance of props to hold the body; when the body is held it learns to release and rest, making room for healing. This training is for teachers and dedicated students alike. Focus of Training: The restorative environment Sympathetic & parasympathetic nervous systems Breath awareness Guided relaxation techniques Observations of different bodies in restorative poses Trusting your Self Postural adaptations for pregnancy How to work with individual students Your own Restorative practice The importance of Savasana
    Tuesday Mar 20 @ 6:30 PM
Paint & Sip "Ballo Vino" {BYOB}
Wine & Design – Sign-Up • Show-Up • Sip-Up • PAINT! No artistic talent needed, because we show you step by step how to complete your masterpiece! Painting is $45 per person. BYOB. Reserve your seat now!
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 11:30 AM
Pain and Stress Relief
Kaiser Permanente Hawaii – Coping with pain and stress can be challenging. Learn simple techniques that can help you feel better. Pre-registration required. Speaker: Elizabeth Anderson, MA, MFT, Kaiser Permanente Lifestyle Coach Fee: No charge Location: Nu'uanu YMCA Day/time: Wednesday, 3/21; 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. To register: Call 808-536-3556
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 5:00 PM
03/21 Day Hawaii
Marine Reconnaissance Foundation – All are welcome to join us in celebrating Reconnaissance community and honoring our fallen. A portion of all food and drink purchases goes to the Marine Recon Foundation to aid in our mission to support Recon Marines/Corpsmen and their families. Cocktail hour starts at 5pm followed by a brief ceremony to honor our fallen at 6:30pm. Bring cash for MRF and Brother Recon gear purchases; all profits go directly to supporting our community. Special thanks to DB Grill, Pacific Crane Service Hawaii, VX Marksmanship LLC for sponsoring this event.
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 5:30 PM
Advance Care Planning: The Greatest Gift
Hawaii Pacific Health – Bring your family and friends to learn about what is advance care planning. You can complete an advance directive, learn about the important role of a health care power of attorney and know the difference between an advance directive and Provider Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST). Facilitated by Advance Care Planning team. Date: Friday, March 21, 2018 Time: 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Location: Kapiolani Medical Center for Women & Children Diamond Head Tower: Conference Room 6-7 1319 Punahou St. Honolulu, HI 96826 Validated parking is available A notary will be available for those who want to complete their advance directive with a valid picture ID. There is no cost for notary services. To register, click link above or call 808-643-HOPE for more information. Seating is limited.
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 5:30 PM
Wellness Wednesdays at Impact Hub HNL: Regulating Energy Levels
Impact Hub HNL Coworking – Wildkraft Apothecary & Clinic is the brick and mortar workspace of western clinical herbalist Blair Townley. Wildkraft specializes in plant medicine via custom blended herbal tinctures, teas and tonics made from mostly European and North American plants. Off the shelf offerings include teas and tinctures for immunity, sleep, allergies, grounding, anxiety, depression and digestive support. To set up a free 15 minute phone call to learn how plant medicine can help you, please email
    Wednesday Mar 21 @ 6:00 PM
Fermentation 101
Down to Earth Hawaii – Fermentation is both an art and a science, and fermented foods have been enjoyed around the world for centuries. These wild and wonderful ferments are experiencing a resurgence in popularity due to their multiple health benefits and magical flavor. Andrea will share why fermented foods are so healthful, and how they are linked to improved immunity, digestion and even mood! She will discuss the benefits of probiotics for our body, and demonstrate how easy it is to make your own homemade kimchi and sauerkraut at home. There will be samples for each student, along with printed recipes and a tip sheet to make the most of your fermentation experiments. Andrea Bertoli is a chef, educator, and cookbook author based in Honolulu. She’s passionate about plant-based cooking and has been teaching people how to eat more veggies for almost 10 years on Oahu, Maui, and in San Francisco. Website: Instagram: @vibrantwellness $20/Student, Registration Required Register Now: For more information, please call (808) 947-3249 48 Hour Cancellation Policy for Refunds and Cancellations. Class will require reservations by at least 5 people. To make your reservation please call our Marketing Office at 947-3249 or sign up on Eventbrite. In the event of cancellation (3 days before event) everyone who signed up will be notified by email and phone. Walk-ins are welcome, however it's a good idea to call us to make sure event is still on.