November 22

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Sunday November 22
Animal Hero Service Learning Training Class
Hawaiian Humane Society Classroom, 2700 Waialae Ave., 4:30-6:30 p.m., $25. A required class for students grades 6-12 who want to help the Hawaiian Humane Society for a school or club project to earn service hours. Pre-registration required. (356-2223,

Sundays at the Bay: Science and the UH Sea Grant Graduate Student Trainees
Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, Education Alcove Classroom, 3-4 p.m., free. Three presentations: “The role of wastewater in nutrient loading of coastal water: Maunalua Bay, Oahu, Hawaii” by Christina Richardson, “Attack of the drones: using modern day toys for researching groundwater discharge around Maui” by Joe Kennedy and “Modeling imminent sea level rise induced flooding in Waikiki and Kakaako” by Shellie Habel. (397-5840)

The Kahala Life: Mudras, Mantras and Mandalas
The Kahala Hotel & Resort, Kahala O Ke Kai, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., $75. Transform your emotional state and activate the senses of sight, sound and touch with this interactive session featuring mudras, mantras and mandalas. Pre-registration required. (739-8940,

Pearl City High School Craft Fair
Pearl City High School cafeteria, 2100 Hookiekie St., 9 a.m.-2 p.m., free. Shop for handcrafted and gift items, food, snacks, games and prizes. Proceeds benefit the school’s special education department. (307-5666)

Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Collectibles & Hawaiiana Show
Blaisdell Hawaii Suites, 777 Ward Ave., 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., $4.50/general, $15/early entry. Over 70 vendors bring antiques, Hawaiiana, art, jewelry and much more to sell for the holiday season. (

Aki Matsuri
Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., free. Celebrate Hawaii’s children with the traditions of Bunka no Hi (Culture Day) and Shichi Go San (Seven, Five, Three Festival). Keiki can dress up in elegant kimono, take photos, and enjoy entertainment, activities, food and more. Reservations required for kimono dressing. (945-7633 ext. 25)

Terrific Terrariums
Hawaii Nature Center, 9:30-11:30 a.m., $10/non-member. Recreate the splendor of the forest in miniature as you put together your own beautiful terrarium. Bring at least three glass jars of varying sizes with lids. Pre-registration required. (955-0100 ext. 118)

Abrigo Ohana
Honey’s at Ko‘olau Golf Club, 45-550 Kionaole Road, 4-7 p.m., free. Hawaii’s most-loved young Hawaiian band, Abrigo Ohana, perform live. (

Beethovan & Dvorak
Blaisdell Concert Hall, 4 p.m., $34-$92. Maestro Michael Stern leads the HSO in a program of music by Adams, Beethoven and Dvorák, featuring Russian pianist Alexander Kobrin. (

Fall Harvest Music Event
Dot’s Restaurant, 130 Mango St., 10 a.m.-2 p.m., $30-$40. The second annual Fall Harvest Music Event features On Fyah and Juke Joint, plus brunch, a silent auction, mini-massage, door prizes and more. Proceeds benefit Whitmore Economic Development Group. (781-1212, 384-8637)

Hawaii Concert Band
Kaimuki High School auditorium, 2705 Kaimuki Ave., 7 p.m., free. Hawaii Concert Band features current and former band directors and teachers, among many other notable island and military musicians. Musical selections include Toccata and Fugue in d, Cheerio March, selections from “The Music Man” and Waltz No. 2. (226-2055,

Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival ‘Windward Style’
Windward Mall, noon-6 p.m., free. Brother Noland, Danny Carvalho, Aja Gample, George Kuo, Dwight Kanae, Ian O’Sullivan, Bobby Moderow with Maunalua and many, many more perform at the first-ever Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival held in Kaneohe. (

‘Cooking Hawaiian Style Two’ Book Signing
Barnes & Noble at Ala Moana Center, 2 p.m., free. Get your copy of “Cooking Hawaiian Style Two” signed by Lanai Tabura, Frank Abraham and Roman DePeralta — with a little music, too. (