November 3

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Saturday November 3
Coding for Kids
Kapolei Public Library, 1020 Manawai St., 10 a.m.-1 p.m., free. Kids can learn how to code with Scratch, Botley the robot and more. There will be fun, educational activity tables. (693-7050)

Healthy Living for a Long Life
Waianae Public Library, 85-625 Farrington Hwy., 2 p.m., free. Learn practical changes you can make to live a life full of vitality, passion and purpose. Wear socks, comfortable pants and a T-shirt for interactive gentle exercises. This event is wheelchair, walker and cane-user friendly. (697-7868)

Introduction to Gyotaku
Camp Palehua, 9 a.m.-noon, $20/person, $50/families of up to three people. Learn about the biology and and anatomy of native reef fish species, as well as efforts to conserve nearshore fisheries resources in Hawaii. Pre-registration required. (

Storytime Yoga Series
Da Shop: Books + Curiosities, 3565 Harding Ave., 11 a.m.-noon, $20-$75. Join children’s yoga instructors Abby Brengle and Ciara Steynberg for a four-week storytime yoga series. These keiki workshops will cultivate mindfulness and help kids become more limber through interactive yoga. (

Aina Haina Elementary School PTA Craft Fair
Aina Haina Elementary School, 801 West Hind Drive, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., free. Shop for the holidays and yourself. There will be many vendors, some food and even a Keiki Swap Meet. (

Arbor Day Honolulu Festival
Foster Botanical Garden, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., free. There will be a tree giveaway, tree care tips, plant sales, activities and demos, educational booths, guest speakers, local artists, vendors and more. (

Blood Bank of Hawaii
Kaneohe Bay Shopping Center, Bloodmobile, 7-11 a.m., free. Donate blood and save lives. Pre-registration recommended. (848-4770,

Christmas Preview Sale
Holy Trinity Church, gymnasium, 5919 Kalanianaole Hwy., 9 a.m.-3 p.m., free. There will be Christmas decorations of all kinds, including collectible ornaments, nativity sets, nutcrackers, blown glass, artificial trees, lights, ornaments, wreaths, toys and more. (396-0678,

Crepes and Cards
Crepes No Kai Oi, 3-5 p.m., $25. Join Hawaiian Beach Walk to make two cards and enjoy a delicious crepe. (, 515-8060)

Evening with the Cambodians
University Avenue Baptist Church, 2305 University Ave., 5-9:30 p.m., donations accepted. Join an evening filled with food, traditional and ethnic cultural dance, movies, videos of current issues and local entertainment. (542-9353,

First Prez Bazaar
Koolau Golf Club, First Prez Honolulu, 45-550 Kionaole Road, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., free. Visit an annual church bazaar intended to raise money to help the poor locally and abroad. There will be men’s and women’s clothing, plants, baked goods, jams and jellies, quilts, holiday crafts and more. (532-1111,

Harvest Fair
Manoa Valley Church, 2728 Huapala St., 9 a.m.-1 p.m., free. The fair features crafts, food, plants, clothing, a white elephant sale, a silent auction and activities for children. Proceeds benefit the church’s building maintenance fund. (988-3271)

MLB All-Stars Workout Sessions Hawaii
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Les Murakami Stadium, 1-2:30 p.m. Nov. 3, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Nov. 4, $15-$25. Twenty-eight Major League Baseball players from the 2018 Japan All-Stars Series, which is stopping in Hawaii for the first time. The players will participate in two workout games. (

Mom Made Market – Holiday Edition
Aloha Tower Market Place, Pier 11 Terminal, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., $3. The event will feature over 50 mom vendors, entertainment, crafts and giveaways. There will also be free crafts by Keiki Arts Innovation, toddler activities by Keiki Paani and caroling from your favorite princesses. (

Pearl City Hongwanji Mission
Pearl City Hongwanji Mission, 858 2nd St., 8-11 a.m., free. Products for sale include homemade sushi, tsukemono and baked goods, as well as potted plants — such as rare obake anturium — and cookbooks “Wisteria Delights” and “Wisteria Delights II.” (488-5920, 456-1680)

Pet Pictures with ‘Santa Paws’
Hawaiian Humane Society, 2700 Waialae Ave., 10 a.m.-2 p.m., $25-$30. Pets and their owners can take holiday photos with “Santa Paws” to benefit the Hawaiian Humane Society. Event sponsors Subaru Hawaii and Honolulu Federal Credit Union will be waiving adoption fees. (

Rapa Nui: The Untold Stories of Easter Island
Bishop Museum, Castle Memorial Building, 1525 Bernice St., Nov. 3-May 5, museum hours, contact for cost. See more than 150 cultural treasures and never-before-seen biological specimens, allowing visitors to learn about the environment of Rapa Nui, the island’s unique history and about how the island community is striving for sustainability in a global context. (

Reclaim, Simplify Your Life: A Community Forum on De-cluttering Solutions and Downsizing
Pearl City Community Church, 933 Lehua Ave., 9-11 a.m., free. Guest speaker Cynthia Arnold, vice president of Senior Move Managers LLC, will present ways to de-clutter and downsize, to age in place, transition or move. (455-4148)

Rescue Walk
Mililani High School, track, 6 a.m., $25. Join Hawaii’s first rescue walk to stop child trafficking. Participants receive a T-shirt and bracelet. Pre-registration required. (

Family Dance Party
Kapolei Commons, lawn, 4450 Kapolei Pkwy., 5-9 p.m., free. There will be DJs, entertainers, dance-offs, face painting, balloons, glow sticks, bubbles, food booths and more. (

Family Dance Party
Kapolei Commons, lawn, 4450 Kapolei Pkwy., 5-9 p.m., free. This event will include DJ Pharaoh and Ra the Light Marcher, silent disco, a flossing dance contest, glow sticks, bubbles, balloons, food booths and more. Exclusive sales and discount promotions from Kapolei Commons retailers will also be featured. (

Hanahauoli School 100th Anniversary Joyful Jamboree
Hanahauoli School, 1922 Makiki St., 10 a.m.-3 p.m., free. There will be pony rides, games, prizes, crafts, White Elephant bargains, country store baked goods and farm-fresh produce, a haunted house, a dunking booth, shave ice, face painting and more at this children’s fair. (949-6461,

Taste of Waipahu
August Ahrens Elementary School, 4-10 p.m., free. There will be food, product and service vendors participating in an event showcasing some of the community s best. THe event also features live entertainment, a hip-hop dance event, eating contests, keiki rides, games and more. (677-6939,

West Side Mini-Con
Nanakuli Public Library, 89-070 Farrington Hwy., noon-4 p.m., free. Come and see local celebrities, artists and vendors, as well as watch anime screenings, participate in tabletop gaming, play quidditch, watch a cosplay parade and more. (,

Echoes of Floyd
Boardriders Bar and Grill, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., $5. Hawaii’s Echoes of Floyd will play the music of Pink Floyd, as well as dance music featuring the works of Bryan Adams, Tom Petty, The Beatles and more. (383-7348)

Mango Season Trio
Nico’s Pier 38, 6-9 p.m., free. See a live performance featuring jazz, soul and funk music. (

Nico s Kailua Grand Opening
Nico s Kailua, 970 N. Kalaheo Ave., 10:30 a.m.-9:15 p.m., free. There will be performances by Danny Wassman, Herb Ohta Jr., Kawika Kaiapo, Makaha Sons and Kamaka Kehau. (

Things Japanese Sale
Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Nov. 3-4, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., free. This sale includes everything from ceramic ware to hinamatsuri dolls. All proceeds go to support the center’s educational programs and activities. (945-7633,

Special Olympics Hawaii 50th Anniversary Celebration
Mid-Pacific Country Club, 5:30 p.m., $100. This benefit event invites guests to enjoy an evening of dining and entertainment while celebrating Special Olympics Hawaii’s 50th anniversary. (

End of an Era Art Show
Tagami & Powell Gallery and Gardens, 47-754 Lamaula Raod, Nov. 3-4, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., free. Michael Powell will have his last major Kahaluu Art Show, making the end of an era after 31 years of being the gallery’s featured artist. Also featured are original oils and new giclees by Hiroshima Tagami, as well as works by other prominent Hawaii artists. (754-7887)

Yvonne Manipon
First Unitarian Church, 2500 Pali Hwy., Oct. 28-Nov. 29, 6-8 p.m., free. Peruse works by Hawaii artist Yvonne Manipon, who recently returned from a two-week artist program in France. (