October 4

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A World Congress of Integrative Medicine
Contact for locations, times and costs, Oct. 4-8. Paul Drouin, the founder of Quantum University, has hand-picked six innovators in integrative medicine to share their latest discoveries and healing technology in immersive workshops this October. (quantumuniversity.com)

Cha Cha and Tango Dance Lessons
Makakilo Community Park, Mondays Oct. 2 through Nov. 20 7-8:45 p.m., call for cost. Hawaii Ballroom Dance Association hosts beginner dance classes. (781-2076)

Giving Birth: The Castle Experience
Adventist Health Castle, four Wednesdays between Sept. 13-Oct. 4, 6-8 p.m., $45-$80. Focused on different aspects of the birthing experience, from preparing for the hospital to caring for your baby. Pre-registration required. (263-5400, castlemed.org)

Intro to Microsoft Word for Seniors
Kapiolani Community College, Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays between Sept. 29 and Oct. 6 8-10 a.m., $40. (kupunaeducation.com, 734-9108)

Purpose Workshop
Waimanalo Library, 5:30-7:30 p.m., free. Blue Zones Project presents this workshop on discovering your purpose and learning how you can live it each and every day. Reservations recommended. (http://info.bluezonesproject.com/ko/purpose)

Blood Bank of Hawaii
Mililani Market Place, Bloodmobile, 3-7 p.m., free. Donate blood and save lives. Pre-registration recommended. (848-4770, bbh.org)

Canstruction
Pearlridge Center, Uptown Center Court, Sept. 30-Oct. 14, business hours, free. A showcase of sculptures made out of canned foods in an effort to raise food donations for Hawaii’s food banks. The public is encouraged to vote on the best sculpture — one can donation equals one vote. (628-7243)

Celebrating a Decade of Dining & Distinction
Waikiki Beach Walk Plaza, through October 27, contact for times and cost. Visit any of Waikiki Beach Walk’s fine establishments to enter-to-win weekly prize giveaways. (waikikibeachwalk.com/enter-to-win.htm)

Filipino Heroes
UH-West Oahu Library, 91-1001 Farrington Hwy., Oct. 1-30 during library hours, free. Come see these three exhibits about the forgotten Hawaii Filipino military and labor movement, as well as Philippine heroes Jose Rizal and Apolinario Mabini. (fahsoh808@gmail.com)

Hamilton Library Exhibit
UH Manoa Hamilton Library, Sept. 8-Oct. 15, contact for times, free. This exhibit, curated by Kamakuokalani Librarian Keahiahi Long and Associate Professor April Drexel, includes 31 different pieces from five different repositories, such as a reproduction of the then-Princess Liliuokalani and handwritten song sheets made by the queen. (manoa.hawaii.edu)

Health & Wellness Fair
Waterfront Plaza, 500 Ala Moana Boulevard, courtyard near Pohukaina and Punchbowl Streets, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., free. Come enjoy tasty treats, entertainment, fresh flowers, health screenings, demonstrations, free samples and prizes. (532-4750, pacificofficeproperties.com)

Kupuna Breakfast – Declutter/Beauty in a Simpler Way
KEY Project’s Kipuka Cafe, 8 a.m., free for seniors, $5/donation for those under age 50 accompanying a senior. Kupuna ages 50 and above are invited to enjoy a complimentary breakfast and listen to a guest speaker. (239-5777)

Make and Take
1111 Victoria St., 7 p.m., call for cost. The Hawaii Stitchery & Fiber Guild hosts this special meeting featuring kit sales. (487-2090, hsfag.org)

Glow in the Dark Party
Waianae Public Library, 3:30 p.m., free. Enjoy stories, crafts and activities that glow in the dark. Kids can listen to stories and make glow-in-the-dark necklaces in the children s area. They are then invited to play games and do activities under black lights in the meeting room. (697-7868, librarieshawaii.org/waianae)

Ghost Tours of Honolulu
Contact for locations and times, Mondays-Thursdays through December, $40. Get spooked on this haunted tour featured by Lopaka Kapanui s Mysteries of Hawaii. Reservations required. (mysteries-of-hawaii.com/tours)

Keauhou CD Release Concert
Blue Note Hawaii, 6 p.m., $25. This special CD release concert features Na Hoku award-winning artists Kahanuola Solatorio, brothers Nicholas and Zachary Lum, Raiatea Helm, and Josh Tatofi. (bluenotehawaii.com)

Royal Hawaiian Band
Ala Moana Centerstage, 11 a.m., free. (rhb-music.com)

‘BOTANICVM’
Gallery on the Pali, Sept. 10-Oct. 13, Tuesdays, Wednesdays at Fridays, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Thursdays, 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m., Sundays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., free. Linda Umstead displays her work in botanical painting. (595-4047, gallery@uuhonolulu.org)

‘City of Ghosts’
Doris Duke Theatre, 6 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Oct. 4 and 1 p.m. Oct. 5, $40-$95. This film follows the journey of the citizen-journalist initiative Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently. The group of anonymous activists banded together in 2014 to secretly record the atrocities committed by ISIS in Raqqa. (honolulumuseum.org, 532-8700)

‘Digital Current’
Honolulu Country Club gallery, Aug. 27-Oct. 15, business hours, free. Digital Art Society of Hawaii members present new work. Opening reception is Sept. 3 at 5 p.m. (dubanosk@earthlink.net)

Feeding the Immortals
Ravizza Brownfield Gallery, Aug. 22-Oct. 10, business hours, free. Taiji Terasaki displays his mixed-media work exploring his search for a meaningful response to death. A live demonstration will be held at 4:30 p.m. opening day, with a reception to follow at 8:30. (724-6877, ravizzabrownfield.com)

Friends of Hawaii State Art Museum Exhibit
Hawaii State Art Museum, Sept. 1-Oct. 27, business hours, free. Satoru Abe, Allyn Bromley, Jodi Endicott, John Koga, Carl F.K. Pao and Abigail Romanchak display their work in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Art in Public Places Program. (sfca.hawaii.gov/hisam)

Hawaii’s Woodshow
Honolulu Museum of Art School, Sept. 23-Oct. 8, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., free. Hawaii Forest Industry Association presents the art of talented woodworkers throughout the state and abroad. (woodshow.hawaiiforest.org)

‘Hulia ‘Ano: Inspired Patterns’
Bishop Museum, March 18-Oct. 16, business hours, $22.95-$10.95. Explore Hawaiian aesthetic traditions, design motifs and visual similarities in the natural world. (bishopmuseum.org)

RAGTIME
Diamond Head Theatre, Sept. 22-Oct. 15, contact for times and cost. Featuring magnificent songs with a rhythm that shows off the pulse of the world in this time before World War I, Ragtime will leave you breathless. (diamondheadtheatre.com)

I Ka Piko – Nine Hawaiian Printmakers
Cedar Street Galleries, second floor, Sept. 28-Oct. 28, Mondays through Saturdays 11 a.m.-5 p.m., reception is 5:30-8 p.m. Sept. 28, free. Come see this exhibit of works by Hawaii printmakers that were featured at Artspace, The Ropewalk in the U.K. Artists include Gina Bacon Kerr, Marissa Eshima, Doug Pooloa Tolentino, David B. Smith, Nancy Vilhauer and George Woollard. (cedarstreetgalleries.com)

Ladies Night Screenings
Ward Consolidated Theaters, Sept. 7-Oct. 26, Thursdays 7 p.m., $10. Watch an exclusive screenings of iconic 80’s and 90’s, such as “Pretty in Pink”, “When Harry Met Sally” and “Clueless.” (consolidatedtheatres.com)

Let s Do The Time Warp
Mark s Garage, 1159 Nuuanu Ave., Oct. 3-31, contact for time and cost. Experience this journey through the decades in a month-long installation leading up to the premiere of “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” live at THE ARTS. There will be an opening reception on Oct. 6 from 5 to 11 p.m. (521-2903, info@artsatmarks.com)

Raku Hoolaulea
Gallery Iolani at Windward Community College, Sept. 8-Oct. 7, business hours, free. Hawaii Craftsmen present its 2017 Raku Hoolaulea, an annual exhibition of raku-style pottery. Reception is Sept. 8 at 4 p.m. (hawaiicraftsmen.org)

TIME OFF Staff Show
Treehouse, Sept. 9-Oct. 8, 7-9 p.m., contact for cost. Time Off is a collection of photographs that expose the Treehouse staff’s adventures and travels as far as Iceland and as near as the outer islands. (http://treehouse-shop.com/time-off-staff-show/)