Hawaii Mom Blog: Halekulani August Special Events






August 2, 2019

Halekulani August Special Events

August:  Clearing the Clutter
Saturday, August 3 @ 9:00am in the Executive Conference Room
Learn how to clear the physical, electronic and emotional clutter from your life and provide space for less stress and peace of mind. This presentation starts at 9:00 am and will be followed by a “bonus round” workshop empowering participants to apply the information into everyday life.  Lectures are $25 per person and include complimentary valet parking.
September:  Transforming Challenges into Opportunities
Saturday, September 7 @ 9:00am in the Executive Conference Room
Gain insight to your own solutions by aligning yourself with nature.  This extraordinary approach to living well will be led by international photographer and Master of the Healing Arts, Monique Faye.   This presentation starts at 9:00 am and will be followed by a “bonus round” workshop empowering participants to apply the information into everyday life.  Lectures are $25 per person and include complimentary valet parking.
Lomi Lomi Massage  - Treatment of the Month:
The ultimate in relaxation, this traditional healing experience incorporates pure kukui nut oil, sourced from the north shore of Oahu, with the gracious care of our skilled providers.  Guests that schedule an 80min Lomi Lomi Massage in the month of August will receive complimentary Maile scented bath salts, blended on the island of Maui. 80 minutes - $235
SpaHalekulani Product of the Month:Pure Mana Hawaii Skincare was created to empower people to connect with nature on a deeper level during their skin care rituals. Thoughtfully selected botanicals from around the globe are combined from around the globe with potent, Hawaiian grown, organic hand-pressed oils to create a powerful line of anti-aging, rejuvenating face and body products.  Enjoy a 15% reduction on all skin care and body products made by Pure Mana Hawaii.
For more information and to see the full menu, please visit our website at www.halekulani.com/spa-halekulani or call 808-931-5322.
 Joy of Sake – Hawaii Convention Center – August 9 – 6:30 – 9:00 pm:Hawaii has had a 150 year love affair with Sake – from the early days of Japanese immigration and the founding of the Honolulu Sake Brewery up to the present. Today Honolulu hosts the U.S. National Sake Appraisal, and its summer Joy of Sake celebration is the biggest annual sake event in the country.
This year’s event will feature over 20 local restaurants and venues.  Halekulani’s Banquet and Special Events Chef Shaden Sato, will be preparing a Deconstructed Salmon Chazuke of sake-miso-cured salmon tataki, chazuke gohan gel, cucumber tsukemono, and puffed grains, that will complement a wide selection of sakes offered.  For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.joyofsake.com/honolulu.html.
Join us for an informal and informative tasting with conversation by a visiting Wine Maker, resident Wine Professional, and / or notable Industry Expert.  (Guests may arrive and join the conversation at any time between 4:30 and 7:30 pm).  $59 per person accompanied with light bites provided by Orchids Chef de Cuisine, Christian Testa.  Reservations are recommended and can be made through our reservations center at 808-923-2311.
 Aug 1 – WINES OF SICILY - Join Silvio de Silvio, renowned Sommelier of Feudo Maccari, as he takes us through some of their Italian wines using the volcanic island’s indigenous grape varietals.
 Aug 15 – GLOBAL ROSES – Join Adam LaCagnina, Key Account Manager and Sommelier of Southern Glazer Wines, as he takes us on a journey of international Rose wines from Greece (Skouras Winery), Italy (Tomaresca Winery) and France (Domaines Ott).
 Sept 5 – ITALIAN BUBBLES – Join Donato Loperfido, celebrated Chef and Wine Importer for conversation and tasting of Italian Sparkling Wines.  From Metodo Champenoise to Metodo Martinotti, discover the production methods of Spumante and Frizzante wines.

June 17 – AUGUST 13
Halekulani is honored to present a curated selection of paintings by acclaimed Honolulu born and raised artist, Satoru Abe. A member of the famed Hawai’i artists’ group Metcalf Chateau, Abe, 93 years young, still creates art daily. His grandson, Donovan Satoru Goto, partnered with his grandfather to help create laser engravings of Abe’s drawings, which Abe hand paints using acrylic paints in this exhibit.
House Without A Key lineup for August (subject to change):
5:30 – 8:30 pm                   Pu’uhonua Trio
6:00 – 8:00 pm                   Debbie Nakanelua (hula dancer)

5:30 – 8:30 pm                   DeLima Ohana
6:00 – 8:00 pm                   Chelsea Clement (hula dancer)

Tuesdays and Wednesdays:
5:30 – 8:30 pm                   Pa’ahana
6:00 – 8:00 pm                   Brook Lee (hula dancer)

5:30 – 8:30 pm                   Eric Lee Trio
6:00 – 8:00 pm                   Brook Lee (hula dancer)

Fridays and Saturdays:
5:30 – 8:30 pm                   Kapalama
6:00 – 8:00 pm                   Kanoe Miller (hula dancer)

Lewers Lounge lineup for August (subject to change):

Sundays and Mondays:
8:30 pm – 12:00 am                         Tommy James (piano)
8:30 pm – 12:00 am                         Dan Del Negro (piano / singer) & Rocky Holmes (flute, saxophone, clarinet)
Wednesdays & Thursdays:
8:30 pm – 12:00 am                         Maggie Herron (piano / singer) & Rocky Holmes (flute, saxophone, clarinet)
Fridays & Saturdays:
8:30 pm – 12:30 am                         Maggie Herron (piano / singer), Dean Taba (bass), & Rocky Holmes (flute, saxophone, clarinet)

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