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Feb. 14- 17: Valentine's Day Weekend at STRIPSTEAK Waikiki
STRIPSTEAK Waikiki invites guests to celebrate love and the love of exceptional food and wine this Valentine’s Day and weekend with a lavish chef’s tasting menu curated to romance the palate.  The menu includes Kona kampachi crudo with Russian osetra caviar, citrus foam, and yuzu gastrique; hand-crafted agnolotti with a Hamakua mushroom medley topped with shaved black truffle; a decadent surf and turf including American washugyu filet mignon coupled with broiled Kona lobster tail, classic mashed potatoes and local, seasonal vegetables (add-ons include seared Hudson Valley foie gras, u-10 diver scallop and/or trio of house-made sauces); and a vanilla mascarpone cheesecake with a graham cracker crust topped with Luxardo cherries. The menu starts at $135 per person (add-ons to the entrée are an additional cost).  Visit www.STRIPSTEAKWaikiki.com for more information.

Feb. 14: Celebrate Valentine’s Day with “Burning Love” at Rock-A-Hula! 
On Thursday, February 14, 2019, treat your sweetheart to the Be My Valentine Dinner & Show in the heart of Waikiki featuring a gourmet dinner and the mesmerizing all new Rock-A-Hula show, complete with a complimentary rose for the ladies. The Rock-A-Hula Be My Valentine Show whisks guests away on a “Hawaiian Journey” from the 1920s to today with powerful performances of hula and fire knife dancing, along with superstar performances by Rock-A-Hula’s talented artists and local songstress. Guests will also indulge in super premium beverages and enjoy an exciting Meet&Greet with the cast to close out the evening.

Choose from the following packages:
  • The Luau Buffet & Show package features a whole roasted luau pig and roast beef dinner buffet, refreshing E Komo Mai Tai and premier seats in the mezzanine for the show for $109 per adult and $66 per child (ages 3-11). 
  • The Stageside VIP Dinner & Show package includes a VIP welcome reception, a delicious 4-Course Maine lobster, beef tenderloin and wild salmon dinner at a stage side private table and two super premium beverages for $149 per adult and $89 per child. 
  • For the ultimate Valentine’s Day experience, guests can opt for the Green Room Dinner & Show package, with an exclusive Green Room reception and backstage tour, gourmet 4-Course dinner at a private table in the best seats of the VIP area, two super premium beverages and a photo with a star per couple for $185 per adult and $111 per child. 
  • For those with other dinner plans, Premier Cocktail and Rockin’ Show packages are also available (rose not included).
Kamaʻaina and military rates are available with valid Hawaii I.D. Dinner packages start from 6:00 p.m. and the show kicks off at 8:00 p.m. For more information or to make a reservation, call (808) 629-SHOW (7469) or visit www.RockAHulaHawaii.com.

Feb. 14: Star of Honolulu Valentine's Day Cruise
Treat your special someone to an evening of love and luxury on the high seas during Star of Honolulu’s Valentine’s Day Cruise. The romantic sunset voyage departs from Aloha Tower Marketplace at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 14, 2019.

Guests can choose from four luxurious packages:
  • Star Dinner & Show Cruise – Casual elegance delivered with aloha featuring a 3-Course crab and tenderloin of beef dinner, Star Signature Mai Tai and fan-favorite “60 Years of Aloha” show by the largest cast on the ocean ($115 per adult).
  • Three Star Dinner & Show Cruise – The deluxe way to cruise in style with a 5-Course whole Maine lobster and tenderloin of beef dinner, champagne toast, two premium beverages and popular “60 Years of Aloha” show by the largest cast on the ocean ($151 per adult).
  • Romance Dinner & Jazz Cruise – Features panoramic ocean views along with a 7-Course signature live Maine lobster and prime tenderloin of beef dinner at a private table, Hawaiian Bellini, three super premium beverages and live jazz in a private lounge ($168 per adult; not recommended for children). Dress code applies.
  • Five Star Dinner & Jazz Cruise – The ultimate in luxury and romance featuring a 7-Course signature live Maine lobster and prime tenderloin of beef dinner at a private table, Hawaiian Bellini, three super premium beverages with after dinner cart service and live jazz in the elegant Super Nova room ($201 per adult; not recommended for children). Dress code applies.
To make it an evening you and your sweetheart will never forget, upgrade your experience with the Celebration Plan for a private window table (up to eight persons) and one keepsake photo per couple at $30 per person. Kamaʻaina and military rates are available with valid Hawaii I.D. Transportation is also available at an additional cost. For more information or to book a cruise today, visit www.StarofHonolulu.com or call (808) 983-STAR (7827).

Feb. 16: Movie on the Lawn at Kapolei Commons
Join Kapolei Commons for a FREE Movie on the Lawn held on The Lawn at Kapolei Commons on Saturday, February 9 from 5pm – 9pm! Families are invited to celebrate Valentine’s Day a bit early with a showing of the Disney classing Lady and the Tramp.  The event will also include food, drink and dessert booths, Valentine’s arts and crafts, a photo booth, entertainment and more! Visit:www.thekapoleicommons.com for more information.

Feb. 16: Hawaii Kai Towne Center Celebrates Year of the Pig
Hawaii Kai Towne Center welcomes the Year of the Pig with a performance by the award-winning Wah Ngai Lion Dance Association on Saturday, Feb. 16, starting at 11 a.m., at the Marina Docks stage. There will also be a martial arts demonstration. This free and family-friendly Chinese New Year celebration has become an annual tradition at Hawaii Kai Towne Center. Watch as the dancing lion is fed li see (lucky money), a custom that is believed to bring prosperity to the giver throughout the year. Parents are encouraged to bring keiki, as children are often delighted to feed the lion. Wah Ngai Lion Dance Association, founded in 2005, is committed to preserving the Chinese traditions of lion dancing and martial arts for future generations. The association has been praised for both technique and artistry, competing against teams from around the globe.

Mar. 3: Sea Life Park Keiki Sunday
Residents and visitors are invited to put their flippers together for some family fun at Sea Life Park’s first Keiki Sunday of the year, featuring a “Jr. Animal Trainer Day” highlighting the art of training sea lions and more on Sunday, March 3, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.   Through a host of engaging games, presentations and live entertainment, guests can learn more about all that is a part of training animals like playful sea lions and become a Jr. trainer themselves! Sea Life Park’s “Jr. Animal Trainer Day” will showcase:
  • Animal training demonstrations from our experienced animal training staff 
  • The opportunity to become a Jr. Animal Trainer through games and activities like how to prepare fish for the animals here at the park to eat! 
  • A visit from storybook characters sharing fun educational facts and the roles sea lions play under the sea. 
  • Flip your fins with live mermaids at the Park’s Shark Tank 
  • Music performances that celebrate the marine environment, thematic arts and crafts transforming into Jr. animal trainer with their own whistle and fish pouch. 
  • Educational visits with the park’s wonderful wildlife partnership booths.
  • Scavenger hunts, face painting, glitter tattoos and more!
Two children 12 and under will enjoy free admission to “Jr. Animal Trainer Day” when accompanied by a paying adult.

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