February 23

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Saturday February 23
Keiki Pix Photography Class
Living Art Marine Center, 1 p.m., $20/keiki photographer. Keiki Pix is the beginners photography class that provides kids with the opportunity to shoot beautiful pictures in a professionally lit auarium. Bring your own digital SLR camera. Reservations required. (livingartmarinecenter.com)

Making Earth Ovens
Culture Learning Center at Kaala, 9 a.m.-12 p.m., $10 per person, $25 for families up to three people. Earth ofens provide a simple and natural way to cook food without electricity or gas, using what may already be available in your backyard. Join the Cultural Learning Center at Kaala to work together to create this useful and energy-saving oven with your own hands and some earth. Registration required. (malamalearningcenter.org)

McDonald’s of Kamehameha Shopping Center Celebrates Grand Reopening
McDonald’s of Kamehameha Shopping Center, 3-5 p.m. KSSK’s Sweetie Pacarro presents prize giveaways.

Musubi Man
Honolulu Theatre for Youth, Feb. 23 to March 9, visit website for schedule, $10, $15, $20. The local version of the “Gingerbread Man” follows a magical Musubi on the adventure of a lifetime. (htyweb.org)

1Light Live
3rd Cup Cafe & Venue, 7:30 p.m., free. Contemporary jazz and latin music. (888-6087)

80s Pop Muzik: Third Anniversary Party and Second Annual Fetish Fashion Show
Bar 35, 35 N. Hotel St., 9 p.m.-2 a.m., $5, ages 21 and over. Featuring DJs Rhombus, Nocturna and Lana DeeJay spinning the best of 80s music, and the second annual fetish fashion show with Sensually Yours. (djnocturna.com)

Lisa Shaw Live with DJ Jask
High Society, Sunset Room, 9 p.m., $10/pre-sale, $15/door. Lisa Shaw perofmrs with DJ Jask. (amnights.com)

Space Truckin’ With Bonobo
thirtyninehotel, 8 p.m., visit website for cost. Bonobo AKA Simon Green performs. Space Truckin’ is a monthly event that showcases the best of moder and classic underground electronic musice from around the world. (flavorus.com/bonobo39hotel)

The Bikini Knights Live
Five O Bar and Lounge, Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center, 9 p.m.-midnight, no cover charge. Enjoy live contemporary reggae music by the Bikini Knights. (922-0550)

Cherry Blossom Festival Contestant Reception
M Nightclub, 5-9 p.m., $20/pre-sale, $25/general admission. In honor of this year’s theme, Sakura Masquerade, guests are encouraged to wear their favorite mask or costume as they eat, dance and mingle with the 60th Cherry Blossom Festival Queen and Court, and the 61st Cherry Blossom Festival Queen Contestants. (cbfhawaii.com/contestant-reception)

Healing Touch Treatments
Client-Centered Massage, 98-027 Hekaha St. #44, Aiea, Saturdays until March 30, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., free. Healing Touch is a gentle energy therapy that may enhance your natural ability to heal yourself. All medical conditions and ages welcome! By appointment only.(457-2661)

Kamehameha schools 83rd Annual Hoolaulea
Kapalama Heights, 8:30 a.m.m-4 p.m., free. Join the Kamehameha Schools for a celebration of Hawaiian culture. Live entertainment includes Hawaii’s top entertainers such as Taimane Gardner, Naupa Greig, Ben and Malia, Kapena and the Polynesian Cultural Center. Also featuring food, activities for keiki, a silent auction and more. (parents.ksbe.edu)

Strike Out Pancreatic Cancer
Central Oahu Regional Park, Feb. 23 and 24, begins at 9 a.m., free. A girls JV and Varsity softball statewide tournament that benefits The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Wear purple and cheer your favorite team. (371-3991)

The Bella Project Dress Giveaway
ING Direct Cafe, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The Bella Project provides new and virutally new formal dresses and accessories to high school women at the Bella Boutique. At the Bella Boutique, you’ll be apired with a personal shopper that will guide you and one female guest. The Bella Project is open to currently enrolled high school students with a valid school ID card. (facebook.com/thebellaproject)

Honolulu African American Film Festival
Honolulu Museum of Art, Doris Duke Theatre, until Feb. 23, $8-10. This year’s diverse films cover topics ranging from early cultural icons and soul food to veterans of color and jazz history. Visit website for schedule of films. (honolulumuseum.org)

Narrative Filmmaking with Raimin Bahrani
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Krauss Hall, 012, Feb. 23 and 24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., $200. Writer and director Ramin Bahrani’s films have premiered and screened at Venice, Cannes, Sundance, Berlin and Toronto Film Festivals. Students participate in hands-on direction of scenes in the presence of the instructor. (956-8400, outreach.hawaii.edu/pnm)

Print BIG!
Hawaii State Art Museum, noon-1 p.m., free. Featuring printmaker Sergio Garzon. (hawaii.gov.sfca)

Uta Matsuri XVI
Pearl City Cultural Center, Feb. 23 at 7:15 p.m., Feb. 24 at 2 p.m., $20. After a four-year absence, Uta Matsuri is back at the Pearl City Cultural Center. Performances will feature local Japanese singers and dancers supported by students from various high schools, professional musicians and the taiko group. (454-2322)

Sanctuary Ocean Counts
Visit website or call for locations, times and cost. The count is a yearly shore-based census that provides data on humpback whales. (sanctuaryoceancount.org, 1-888-55-WHALE ext. 253)

Swing Dance Club Hawaii
Palladium, Ala Wai Golf Clubhouse, 6:30 p.m., $5-$8. Featuring music by Bert Burgess. In addition to swing are cha cha, waltz, night club, two-step, CW, salsa, fox trot and more. (255-6095)