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Honolulu, Na Mele o ka Lewa, Songs of the Heavens (3/25): “Songs of the Heavens,” the first performance in the series, focuses on the upper realms by presenting mele and chants of the cosmos, clouds, and birds.

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Honolulu, Hansel and Gretel (3/25): HOT's Opera Express condensed version of the family-friendly, English-language opera Hansel and Gretel comes to the Atherton Studio for a special matinee performance.

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Koloa, Prince Kuhio Celebration Kauai (3/24 - 3/26): A multitude of events on Kauai are set for March 24-26, 2017, to celebrate Prince Kuhio’s birthday (an official state holiday in Hawaii).

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Honolulu, Three Decembers (3/24 - 3/26): Composed by Jake Heggie (Moby Dick), Three Decembers is based on a play by Terrence McNally, about Broadway Star, Madeline Mitchell, as she enters the twilight of her career and life.

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Kamuela, Kukahi Big Island Brewhaus (3/24): This 17-year-old singer/songwriter wrote his first song at age 6. He has been performing live, original music since he was 15, first with his band German Asparagus, and now as a soloist.

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Hilo, 2017 Laupahoehoe Music Festival (4/8): Join us at the Laupahoehoe Music Festival on April 8, 2017. There will be lots of food, crafts and games to accompany the music and entertainment.

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Hilo, Just Published!: The Hawaiian Horse (3/25): Last June we were treated to a sneak preview of The Hawaiian Horse, the latest in the remarkable series of Bergin volumes detailing an era in Hawai‘i’s history.

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Hilo, Living with Earthquakes on Hawaiian Volcanoes (3/27): Thousands of earthquakes occur in Hawai‘i each year; most are related to volcanic activity, but some are not. What’s the difference?

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Honolulu, 2017 SCBWI Hawaii Annual Conference and Workshops (3/25 - 3/26): Learn from experts, polish your skills, have your work critiqued by professionals, and network with others in the industry. Both days will be full of information for writers and illustrators at all le

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Honolulu, 8th Annual Polar Plunge! (4/1): Slide down Mount Kilauea, a 95 feet long, 36 feet high inflatable water slide, into a pool of ice cold water! Fundraising has never been so COOL! This family friendly event is a great team building ac

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Honolulu, AARP HI presents: Caregivers Conference (3/25): Learn you options for providing and paying for care. Caring for family is a big job. Could you use a little help? Panelists What's Your Plan? Know Your Options. Michael Yee, CFP, Long Term Care Insu

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Honolulu, ART LUNCH: Bonnie Kim ~ Puppets and Cultures (3/28): Bonnie Kim will share stories of exploring the cultures of the world through creating and performing with puppets and masks.

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Honolulu, BAMP Project Presents COLBIE CAILLAT (4/8): To date, Colbie Caillat has been honored with two Grammy Awards, has sold over 20 million singles worldwide, and has garnered over 300 million YouTube views.

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Honolulu, Camouflage Rhythms: Artwork by Juliette May Fraser (4/6 - 9/17): Camouflage Rhythms: Artwork by Juliette May Fraser features oil and watercolor paintings created by Fraser during World War II.

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Honolulu, Christopher Cole: The Global South (4/6 - 7/9): The museum continues its contemporary Hawai‘i artist program in the John Dominis and Patches Damon Holt Gallery with this series by Christopher Cole.

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Honolulu, Hansel and Gretel (3/25): HOT's Opera Express condensed version of the family-friendly, English-language opera Hansel and Gretel comes to the Atherton Studio for a special matinee performance.

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Honolulu, Hawaii BBB Torch Awards with Stephen Covey (3/31): Join us March 31 at the Sheraton Waikiki for a special evening honoring some of Hawaii's top businesses!

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Honolulu, Honolulu on Tap - Honolulu, HI (4/1): Ale-loha! Hula your way through the Neal Blaisdell Center to sample 130+ craft beer styles from 65 of America’s favorite breweries.

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Honolulu, Hulia ?Ano: Inspired Patterns (3/18 - 10/16): Patterns, intricate and vibrant, are a trademark of Hawaiian artistic expression, whether stamped onto barkcloth, drawn onto gourds, woven into mats or pricked into skin.

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Honolulu, Kapena (4/1): Kapena, considered to be one of Hawaii's premier island bands has 20 Hawaiian Music CD's to their credit. Although the band has been through some changes, its founding member, Kelly Boy De Lima is sti

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Honolulu, Kawaii Kon 2017 (4/7 - 4/9): A variety of events and activities throughout the weekend. From video games, table top games, costume contests, thousands of manga to read, a talent-filled Artist Alley, an expansive Dealer's Room, fo

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Honolulu, Laugh Now Cry Later: JB SMOOVE & DONNELL RAWLINGS (4/7): Born in Plymouth, North Carolina and raised in Mount Vernon, NY, JB SMOOVE is a gifted writer, comedian and actor, who continues to entertain audiences all over the world...

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Honolulu, Mr. Carmack (3/31): French horn, piano, drums, percussion, trumpet, bass, ukulele, guitar, melodica. Ableton, reason, protools, garageband, audacity, audition, max/msp. House, drum and bass, hip hop, trap, electro, compl

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Honolulu, Na Mele o ka Lewa, Songs of the Heavens (3/25): “Songs of the Heavens,” the first performance in the series, focuses on the upper realms by presenting mele and chants of the cosmos, clouds, and birds.

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Honolulu, ORCHESTRAS 4 & 5 AND WIND ENSEMBLE ALOHA CONCERT (4/9): Join us for a magnificent celebration of ‘Iolani’s top performing ensembles in their Spring Concert and Senior Tribute, featuring: Alfred Reed’s Armenian Dances, Robert W. Smith’s tribal Africa.

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Honolulu, Pegboard Nerds (4/8): Pegboard Nerds are a Danish/ Norweigan duet that consist of Alexander Odden and Michael Parsberg. They are known for producing electronic dance music.

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Honolulu, Performance: Myanmar Marionette Theatre (4/1 - 4/2): A troupe at the forefront of restoring the enchanting 18th-century Burmese puppet tradition and developing a new generation of artists and audiences. Enjoyed by all ages, the performance will showcase

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Honolulu, Review of Coyotes by Eric Anderson at TAG (3/10 - 4/2): COYOTES A Different Kind of Love Story by Eric Anderson directed by Swaine Kaui March 10 - April 2, 2017 Coyotes is a simple story of the redemption of the Spirit. Eva searches for happiness and

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Honolulu, Salsa~Bachata~Merengue~Cha Cha Dance : Fun half hour warm up lesson with instructor Debra Barboza then dance all night to the club sounds of DJ Rod Moreno.

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Honolulu, Sydney Survivors Hawaii Half Marathon Team (4/9): This is the official Sydney Survivors Hawaii Half Marathon Team Page

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Honolulu, The Female Comics of Hawaii at Next Door: the 5th Anniversary show (4/1): Join us at Next Door for the Female Comics of Hawaii 's 5th Anniversary show with LA headliner, Lauren Farmer and seven local comics, don't miss the funniest ladies in Hawaii

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Honolulu, Three Decembers (3/24 - 3/26): Composed by Jake Heggie (Moby Dick), Three Decembers is based on a play by Terrence McNally, about Broadway Star, Madeline Mitchell, as she enters the twilight of her career and life.

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Honolulu, Thumbelina (4/7 - 5/13): This original telling of the story will use technology, puppets and original artwork to create a real time storybook before your eyes.

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Honolulu, Waikiki Artfest (4/2): Join us for our monthly Waikiki Artfest on the lawn in Kapiolani Park. Beautiful arts and crafts, as well as food and music all day, both days. Parking is available at free and metered stalls surround

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Kahului, Art of Trash 2017 Receiving Day for Artwork (4/1): Maui’s 2017 Art of Trash show will be accepting entries for the annual juried exhibition from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 1st at the Maui Mall.

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Kamuela, Kukahi Big Island Brewhaus (3/24): This 17-year-old singer/songwriter wrote his first song at age 6. He has been performing live, original music since he was 15, first with his band German Asparagus, and now as a soloist.

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Kapaa, Old Kapaa Town 1st Saturdays 2017 (1/7 - 12/2): Bring the family down and enjoy live music, local crafts, great food, and more

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Koloa, Prince Kuhio Celebration Kauai (3/24 - 3/26): A multitude of events on Kauai are set for March 24-26, 2017, to celebrate Prince Kuhio’s birthday (an official state holiday in Hawaii).

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Lahaina, Imua Family Services 70th Platinum Jubilee Fundraiser Gala (4/8): The most talked about event of the year! Imua Family Services Gala Celebrates 70th Anniversary in this star studded entertainment filled, dinner, fundraiser and dance party.

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Pahoa, Hawaii 45 Hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training (3/25): We invite you to join us for your 6 Day, 45 Hour Intensive Immersion ~ Yin Yoga Teacher Training at the amazing Kalani Oceanside Retreat

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Wailuku, 2017 Maui County Agricultural Festival (4/1): On the first Saturday in April, Maui County Farm Bureau along with the farmers, ranchers and agricultural allies present the annual Maui County Agricultural Festival...

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