January 20

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Saturday January 20
Blue Zones Project – Healthy Cooking Class
Adventist Health Castle, 6-7:15 p.m., $12. Learn how to prepare delicious plant-based recipes, mingle with like-minded people who are looking to improve their well-being and enjoy samples of each dish. RSVP required. (263-5050, hawaii.bluezonesproject.com/events)

Create Your Ideal Life by Shifting Your Concept of Self
Happiness U, 675 Auahi St., Suite E3-205, 2-3 p.m., $25. Explore how your concept of self lays the foundation from which you manifest your reality. Reservations recommended. (yourhappinessu.com)

Creating Cactus Art
Halawa Xeriscape Garden, 99-1268 Iwaena St., 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., $30. Have fun creating an impressionistic, vibrant cactus painting. No painting experience required. Pre-registration required by Jan. 19. (748-5315, workshops@hbws.org)

Holiday Season Yamuna
Healing Arts Center Aiea, 98-030 Hekaha St., Room 21, 9:30 a.m.-10:45 a.m., $25-$125. Learn to ease pain, increase mobility and enhance performance. (484-4881)

Iichiko BLU
The Row Bar by Tamuraʻs, 4 p.m., contact for cost. Shochu lovers will be able to enjoy a variety of drinks, including BLU Lychee, BLU Aloha, BLU Duck, iichiko BLU Argiato Mojito and iichiko BLU shots, with delicious bento. (therowbarbytamuras.com)

KupunaWiki Class
Ilima at Lehano, 739 Leihano St., 10-11 a.m., free. Learn how to access the best local professionals. Debbie Kim Morikawa from Gym Guyz will share some insight into health and fitness. There will be complimentary fruits, pastries and coffee. Pre-registration required. (792-5188, info@kupunawiki.com)

Music Workshop
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Orvis Auditorium, 4 p.m., $20. Internationally renowned concert pianist will present a workshop on learning and memorizing music, followed by a Q&A by Iggy Jang. Students will receive free admission with an ID. (hmtna.org)

PowerPoint for Fun
Windward Community College, Hale Akoakoa Cafeteria, 45-720 Keaahala Rd., 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m., $12. Take this opportunity to write in the company of other beginning and experienced writers. Pre-registration required. (235-7433, windwardcce.org/writing)

A Zen Approach Seminar
Daihonzan Chozen-Ji, 3565 Kalihi St., Jan. 20-21, 3-5 p.m., donations are appreciated. The two-day seminar will touch on the basics of Zen training and how it applies to people’s lives as they face the tough challenges associated with illness. (chozen-ji.org)

Adult Learn to Ride Workshop
Ala Wai Promenade, 1901 Kapiolani Blvd., 9-11 a.m., free. This workshop is for any adult who doesn’t know how to ride a bike. Students will meet in a safe learning space free from cars and get rolling with skilled, friendly instructors. Bring your own bike or borrow one. Reservations required. (735-5756)

American Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show
Webling Elementary School, 99-370 Pahi St., 9 a.m.-3 p.m., free. There will be 200 dogs of various breeds. Only dogs entered by exhibitors are allowed on the field. (hawaiidach@yahoo.com, infodog.com)

Blue Zones Project – Purpose Workshop
Kapolei Public Library, 1020 Manawai St., 10:30 a.m.-noon, free. Take the opportunity to discover or rediscover your gifts and talents, learn how to navigate through life’s transitions, and improve your well-being by living your purpose. RSVP required. (info.bluezonesproject.com/ke/purpose)

Cat Show
McCoy Pavilion, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., $4-$5. All healthy, CFA-registered cats and non-pedigree cats are welcome to enter. Contact for entry information. (jdesimone10@aol.com, 857-939-8855)

Cherry Blossom Festival Public Appearance
Kahala Mall, noon-1 p.m., free. The 15 queen contestants will practice their public speaking skills. Cultural entertainment will be provided by Hanayagi Dancing Academy. (cbfhawaii.com)

Education Institute of Hawaii’s 4th Annual School Empowerment Conference
Hawaii Convention Center, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., $20-$75. Eight of the nation’s accomplished thought-leaders in education will be sharing actionable concepts. This conference is for students, parents, educators, education leaders and community members. Pre-registration required. (eih4-2018.eventbrite.com)

Free Vision Screenings
Kahala Mall, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., free. This is a great opportunity to get children tested. Children must be age 3 or older. A parental permission slip is required to be filled out. (hawaiilions.org, 456-7278)

Glendi-Greek Dancers Fundraisers
Greek Orthodox Church, 930 Lunalilo, 6-9:30 p.m., $15-$30. There will be a Greek dinner, dance instruction, a dance and bouzouki performance and door prizes. Only 100 tickets available. (521-7220)

Hoomaluo Fundraiser
Kekaha Boat House, 8948 Kaumualii Hwy., 5-9 p.m., $25. Join in for a fun event with live Hawaiian music, a silent auction, ono Hawaiian food and entertainment. All proceeds raised will support the Kokee Resource Conservation Program. (335-0045, kokeeresource@gmail.com)

Lions in Sight
Contact for locations and times, free. Hawaii Lions are asking people to gather their used eyeglasses and hearing aids, and donate them to the Lions Recycle for Sight program. (hawaiilions.org, 456-7278)

Medicinal Plant Tour
Foster Botanical Garden, 10:30 a.m., free. Learn about the plants and trees that were utilized as natural remedies before modern medicine. Reservations required. (522-7066)

Mike Tyson UNDISPUTED TRUTH – Round 2
Blaisdell Concert Hall, contact for time and cost. Mike Tyson will tell his personal story the way that only a former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world can. (200-4339, 306-2926)

Opening Spiritual Channels Intensive
Master Sha Tao Center, 885 Queen St., 10 a.m.-6 p.m., contact for cost. Discover and learn about your spiritual channels and how to communicate with and receive messages from your soul for a happier and healthier life. (988-8090)

Orange Theory Fitness
Ala Moana Center, Lorna Jane, 8-9:30 a.m., free. Learn about the effectiveness of interval training. (371-2882, jpang@pangcomm.com)

Paakai Marketplace
SALT at Our Kakaako, 5 p.m., free. This cultural showcase brings local artists, crafters and cultural practitioners. (saltatkakaako.com)

Pearlridge Farmers’ Market
Pearlridge Center, Downtown, Saturdays through February, 8 a.m.-noon, free. Over 40 vendors will be offering locally grown fruits and vegetables, plants and freshly made treats, including oven-fresh breads and baked goods. (203-2366, pearlridgeonline.com)

Poke Night
Moanalua Gardens, 2850 Moanalua Road, 5-7 p.m., $60. Oranized by the Moanalua High School Music Boosters, this event will feature a night of beer, wine, poke and music. Funds will help Moanalua High School’s Symphonic Orchestra attend the National Orchestra Festival. Attendees must be age 21 or older. (306-6878, fundingaloha.com/poke)

SALT Bar Crawl – One-Year Anniversary
SALT at Our Kakaako, 5-10 p.m., donations appreciated. This celebration will feature selections from the acclaimed Firestone Walker Brewing Company. (saltatkakaako.com)

Traditional Kimono Dressing
University Laboratory School, 1776 University Ave., 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., donations appreciated. Available for children, men and women of all ages. Bring your camera. Reservations required. (488-1154)

Family Storytimes
Waianae Public Library, Saturdays through January, 10:30 a.m., free. Enjoy books, songs and crafts with the whole family. This program is recommended for children preschool-age and older. (librarieshawaii.org/waianae, 697-7868)

Jazz at the Dragon Upstairs
1038 Nuuanu Ave., 7-10 p.m., $5. Enjoy a jazz performance by Chris Yeh, Rolando Sugimoto, Chris Pangaribuan, Alex Morrison and Mihoko M. (526-1411)

One World Tribe
Anna O’Briens, 2440 S. Beretania St., 9 p.m., $7-$10. Marcqiese will appear as a guest artist. (universe.com)

Sounds of Aloha Chorus
Atherton Performing Arts Studio, 738 Kaheka St., 7:30 p.m., $15-$25. The a capella Sounds of Aloha Chorus presents “Songs from the Great American Songbook.” (955-8821, hprtickets.org)

Hawaii Women’s Voices Theater Festival
TAG, 650 Iwilei Road, Suite 101, 6:30 p.m., donations appreciated. Female playwrights will be showcasing their unproduced works. (facebook.com/hawaiiwomensvoices)

Hamakua Wildlife Sanctuary
268 Hamakua Drive, 9-11 a.m., free. Join in to help maintain the native forest and learn about native plants, as well as see endangered wetland birds up close. Gloves and tools will be provided. Bring a water bottle, covered shoes and sun protection. Keiki under age 15 must be accompanied by an adult. Those under 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent. (healthyclimate@hawaii.rr.com, healthyclimatecommunities.org)