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Now through January 31: Buy One Get One Free Month at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor.
Purchase your Aviator’s Tour or General Admission tickets online at PacificAviationMuseum.org during January and get two for the price of one, all month long. Aviator’s Tour tickets also get you a free “Traveling P-40” magnet or gift of similar value at check in, while supplies last. Kama’aina and military discounts apply, as well.
Now through January 28: Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
Manoa Valley Theatre continues its 49th season in this fast-paced comedy about everyone’s favorite detective solving his most notorious case January 11 – 28. Comedic genius Ken Ludwig transforms Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic “The Hound of the Baskervilles” into a murderously funny adventure. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson are on the case when the male heirs of the Baskerville line are being dispatched one by one. To find their ingenious killer, Holmes and Watson must brave the desolate moors before a family curse dooms its newest heir. Our intrepid investigators must navigate a dizzying web of clues, silly accents, disguises, and deceit as five actors deftly portray more than 40 characters. And for the first time in its history, Ludwig’s delightful play will be performed by an all-female cast.  The production will run January 11 – 28. Show times are Wed. 7:30 p.m., Thur. 7:30 p.m., Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 8 p.m., and Sun. 4 p.m. Tickets are $40. Seniors and military are admitted for $35, youth 25 years old and younger are $22. Minimum age is 10. Call 988-6131 or purchase tickets online at manoavalleytheatre.com. Tickets are also available at all military ticket outlets. The play is performed in two acts. Approximate running time is approximately 2 hours including intermission.

January 21: Read to Me International Book Fair at Barnes & Noble Ala Moana Center
Ever since she was a child herself, Lois Kim, author and illustrator of Mommy Loves You, has turned to drawing as a source of comfort. During her incarceration at the Women’s Community Correctional Center (WCC) in Kailua, her passion for art became a lifeline. She wrote Mommy Loves You in collaboration with Haku Mo‘olelo (“Composed Stories”), a program offered to inmates by the non-profit organization Read to Me International. The story and accompanying illustrations provided her with an outlet to combat her loneliness and to reassure her children that her absence wasn’t their fault—that her love for them endured above all else. The book’s universal message of maternal love emphasizes to kids that no matter the reason for a mother’s absence—work, travel, illness, incarceration or even simply “me time”—there should be no doubt of a mother’s love.

This heartfelt children’s book is the result of a young mother’s challenging life journey. Author/illustrator Lois Kim is available for interviews; join her for a storytime reading of her new book on January 21 1-2pm at Barnes & Noble Ala Moana Center, followed by a book signing, benefiting Read to Me International, a local non-profit dedicated to bringing families together through reading.

January 31: iichiko BLU Bartender Competition
iichiko BLŪ is bringing a shochu showdown to SKY Waikiki, Hawaii’s hottest nightlife destination. The search is on for the best cocktails featuring the award-winning shochu at Hawaii’s 2018 iichiko BLŪ Bartender Competition, Jan. 31st, starting at 5 p.m. First prize is an all-expense-paid round trip to Oita Prefecture, Japan.  Talented mixologists can now enter and submit their creations, featuring this exclusive to Hawaii shochu. First place is an all-expense-paid trip to Japan and a guided tour of the iichiko distillery in Oita Prefecture, with $1,500 spending money. Second and third place winners take home $1,000 and $750, respectively. Up to eight finalists will be selected and notified by Jan. 21st, 2018. Contestants must provide their own ingredients and equipment. Fill out the entry form online at: www.barconcierge.com/iichiko-blu. Sign up by Jan. 20th for this exciting contest.

February 3: Black History Month at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor 
Celebrating Black History Month, 1 – 3:45 pm: Screening of the motion picture “Hidden Figures.” Co-sponsored by the Hawaii Council for the Humanities, the screening will include a presentation by a noted scholar, hosted Q&A session and discussion of the movie’s theme. Event is free to Museum members and free with Museum admission. Limited seating, advance registration is encouraged.

February 9-10: Ms. Lauryn Hill Concert
The public is invited to take advantage of a special online pre-sale offer for early access to tickets to Ms. Lauryn Hill's Honolulu concert. Beginning Thursday, December 7 at 9am tickets will be available for purchase at www.tmrevents.net using the promo code RAYJR (Ticket limit 10 per transaction / all age groups must purchase a ticket.) Tickets to the general public will be available on Saturday December 9 at the following ticket outlets:

MS. LAURYN HILL
WITH SPECIAL GUEST: ELI-MAC
Friday Febuary 9, 2018
Neal Blaisdell Arena
Doors open at: 7PM
Ticket Range $59 - $249
TICKETS ON SALE ON SATURDAY DECEMBER 9, 2017 at 9am at The Blaisdell Box Office, by phone 1-800-745-3000 or www.tmrevents.net

Saturday February 10, 2018
Maui Arts & Cultural Center Event Lawn
Doors open at 5PM
Ticket Range: $59 - $129
TICKETS ON SALE ON SATURDAY DECEMBER 9, 2017 at 10am at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center Box Office and www.tmrevents.net

February 10: Honolulu Night Market
Thousands are expected to converge as Honolulu Night Market returns to Our Kakaʻako on Saturday, February 10, 2018. The block party will feature pop- up shops, a fashion show, live music, and Hawaiʻi's hottest food trucks. This free family-friendly event will also kick off the yearly POW! WOW! week-long street art event featuring over a hundred international and local artists together creating murals and other forms of art.  Located on the corners of Auahi and Keawe Streets in the innovative Our Kakaʻako, Honolulu Night Market will take place from 6pm till 10pm on Saturday February 10, 2018. For a current list of entertainment and vendors, visit www.OurKakaako.com.

February 14: Top of Waikiki Valentine's Day Prix Fixe Menu
Love is all around at Top of Waikiki, Hawai‘i’s only revolving restaurant. Award-winning Executive Chef Lance Kosaka and his culinary team have created a spectacular Valentine’s Day prix fixe menu full of aloha for you and your beau. Available exclusively on February 14, this menu features two starters, including a delicious Ahi Somen Salad and savory Shellfish Hot Pot with Foie Gras and Kombu Tea. Relish in your entree of juicy Prime Strip Loin with Tempura Asparagus and Truffle-Yaki Sauce. And for your happily ever after, enjoy a Layered Raspberry Panna Cotta Cake for dessert. Four sumptuous courses all for $95 per person. Please note, the regular menu, happy hour and other prix fixes will not be available on this date. For details and reservations, please visit topofwaikiki.com.

March 3: Open Cockpit Day Honoring Women in Aviation & Aerospace at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
10 am – 4 pm: Event will feature pilots, ground crew, military volunteers, and women pilots commemorating Women in Aviation and Women’s History Month. Guests will meet and talk with aviators who share their love of aviation. Wally Funk, one of the Mercury 13 (women who trained for the space program in the early ‘60s but were not allowed to participate) and the first female air safety investigator for the NTSB, will be the featured speaker. Wally Funk presentation will be in the Museum Theater at 1:30pm. Event is free to Museum members and free with Museum admission.

March 19-22: Explorers Club at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
STEM camp for grades 3-5, featuring hands-on activities that promote collaboration, critical thinking, and problem solving. Program cost is $240 ($210 for Museum members), and covers lunches, snacks, t-shirt, and all materials.

June 2-3: 11th Biggest Little Airshow in Hawaii at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
10 am – 4 pm: Each year, thousands of visitors drive on to Ford Island to see some of the nation’s best remote control aircraft pilots perform aerial stunts and dog fights with giant scale warbirds, jets, and helicopters. There’s also a candy drop, activity zone and ‘snow field’ for the kids; aircraft displays; prize drawings; and hangar tours. Award winning pilots from Warbirds West and Take Stock In America/Flying Tigers Paratroop Team will team up with Hawaii Remote Control clubs to showcase their skills. Sponsors, exhibitors and vendors are invited to participate. For more information regarding sponsorship, call 808-216-7744; for food and retail booth opportunities, call 808-441-1004.

June 5: Midway Youth Day at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
This special event is for 6th-9th grade students. Participation is limited to 100 students. Free, but advance registration is required.

June 11-15: Flight School For Boys at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor 
9 am – 4 pm. A five-day adventure in the history and technology of aviation for 6th-8th graders. Immersive, hands on activities with an emphasis on Pacific aviation and fun. $325 per student ($295 Museum Members ) for the five-day program and includes all materials, lunches, snacks, and a Flight School logo tee shirt. Call (808) 441-1005 or email Education@PacificAviationMuseum.org for more information.

June 18-22: Explorers Club at Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor
STEM camp for grades 3-5, featuring hands-on activities that promote collaboration, critical thinking, and problem solving. Program cost is $240 ($210 for Museum members), and covers lunches, snacks, t-shirt, and all materials.

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