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February 9, 2018

What's New at International Market Place

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  • Rolex: Since its inception in 1905, Rolex has been the pioneer of wristwatch, including the creation of the first waterproof watch – the Oyster. For over 100 years, Rolex watches have accompanied explorers and achievers around the world. Located on Level 1, Banyan Court.
Feb. 9: National Geographic Fine Art Galleries Presents "ART TALK"
Guests can enjoy wine and light cocktails while devouring National Geographic fine art and viewing newly arrived photographs by world-known marine biologist, author and photographer Thomas P. Peschak. He has been named as one of the 40 most influential nature photographers in the world. The free event takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. at the store located on Level 1 in Banyan Court.
 
Feb. 10: 7th Annual International Ukulele Contest and Hula Show
Amateur musicians from all over the world will come together at International Market Place for the 7th Annual International Ukulele Contest. Well-known musicians from Japan and Hawaii will also be participating and judging the event, which will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Queen’s Court, located on Level 1. 

Feb. 13: Galentine’s Day at The Street
A special day originally created by Amy Poehler’s character on the wildly popular “Parks and Recreation” TV show, this is an event designed for women to celebrate women, sharing the evening before Valentine’s Day on Feb. 13 with your best girlfriends from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The Street: A Michael Mina Social House will feature signature cocktails on special, mini makeovers by expert beauty artists and Eden in Love special demonstration and discount cards. The Street is located on Level 1 near Saks Fifth Avenue.

Valentine’s Day at International Market Place 
It’s the season of love at International Market Place! Reserve a spot with your sweetheart at one of our eight diverse restaurants on the Grand Lanai. Celebrate your love over fiery cocktails at Herringbone or hand-sliced cuts of prized Japanese, Australian and American beef at STRIPSTEAK. Finish your evening with a sweet treat from Sugarfina, and stop by LUSH for a fragrant bath bomb. For restaurant reservation information click here.

Feb. 18: Chinese New Year
Gung Hay Fat Choy! Bring in good luck and fortune for the Lunar New Year at International Market Place and enjoy a day of festivities. The free event will feature:
  • Lion Dance & Photo Opportunity – 12 to 2 p.m.
    The legendary lion dance is believed to bring luck, health and prosperity. Guests can see the performers in action as the lions visit the many merchants at International Market Place. Meet the lion dancers and enjoy an educational presentation on Chinese New Year along with a photo opportunity following the performance.

  • Traditional Chinese Calligraphy – 2 to 4 p.m.
    Guests will be able to take home a piece of art and luck by selecting a Chinese idiom they wish for the year and having it inscribed by traditional Chinese calligraphers Master Tsui & Madame Chang on red paper, symbolizing good luck.
Celebrate in style with Hollister’s exclusive Chinese New Year line, released for the first time in the United States. For more information and a list of participating retailers, visit ShopInternationalMarketPlace.com/ChineseNewYear.

Feb. 22: International Market Place Wedding Showcase & Tasting
International Market Place is teaming up with Wedding Week Hawaii to launch its first-ever Wedding Showcase and Tasting. From shopping for bridesmaids and groomsmen gifts and choosing the perfect party favors to hosting wedding ceremonies and receptions, International Market Place is a one-stop-shop for weddings! Gather your besties or your betrothed and enjoy a night of food, shopping and planning. Attendees will participate in a dine-around with a few of our Grand Lanai restaurants, including Eating House 1849, STRIPSTEAK and Yauatcha. Guests will even have an exclusive opportunity to experience Don the Beachcomber’s Tree House in Banyan Court as a wedding ceremony and reception site. Doors open at 5 p.m. and tickets cost $85 per person or $80 per two or more people. For more information on our International Market Place Wedding Showcase and Tasting or to purchase tickets, visit www.shopinternationalmarketplace.com/weddingshowcaseandtasting. For event imagery click here.

Apr. 9-15: Grand Lanai Restaurant Week
Mark your calendars! International Market Place will host its second annual Grand Lanai Restaurant Week highlighting the center’s eight chef-driven restaurants with special menus and events. From seafood to steaks, chefs from Baku, Eating House 1849, Flour & Barley, Goma Tei, Herringbone, Kona Grill, STRIPSTEAK and Yauatcha will be showcasing their best dishes. 

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