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September 22: Endless Summer at International Market Place
On the official last day of summer, International Market Place will host Endless Summer, a pop-up event to celebrate Hawaii’s infinite summer season. The event will feature the center’s wellness experts who will be providing complimentary services and sharing information on extending summer’s radiance, plus product demonstrations and free samples. At the end of each session, guests will have the chance to enter a raffle and win a prize. Admission is free and open to the public, while supplies last.

Session 1: 12-2 p.m.
  • Drybar: Complimentary dry styling
  • Honolua Surf Co.: Spin the wheel for prizes from Honolua Surf Co.
  • Lush: Complimentary arm and hand massages and try-at-home treats
  • Saks Fifth Avenue: Healthy year-round skincare tips and tricks from Chanel Beaute, Decorte, Clarins and Sisley
Session 2: 2:30-4:30 p.m.

Passport to Summer
Guests can collect stamps on a special Passport to Summer from participating vendors for a special tote bag and sunscreen or lip balm as well as a chance to win a $150 gift card to an International Market Place merchant or restaurant of their choice.

September 22: Aloha Diaper Bank at Windward Mall
Moms on a Mission Hawaii is bringing the Aloha Diaper Bank to Windward Mall on Saturday, Sept. 22. The community can bring diaper donations to the event on the upper level Center Court rotunda from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. this Sunday. The Aloha Diaper Bank was created by Moms on a Mission Hawaii in 2019 to raise awareness of diaper need in Hawaii and to generate donations of dollars and diapers so that all babies remain clean, dry and healthy. As a thank you for donating a pack of diapers, each donor will receive two admission tickets to the Food & New Product Show and Hawaii Cookie Con & Sweet Expo presented by Moms on a Mission Hawaii to benefit the Aloha Diaper Bank. Since their launch in April, the organization has distributed 10,000 diapers to our partner agencies who work with low-income/homeless families.

October 19: Spook Life Park
Sea Life Park is conjuring up a frightening good time this Halloween with its “Spook Life Park” celebration on Saturday, October 19 from 12 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. While dangerous debris was driven from the depths during last years’ adventure, plastic and rubbish have crept into the sea— spawning a new brew of trouble! The epic saga continues as community members are invited to join in the fun and help Neptune battle pollution to save the underwater kingdom in the Park’s featured tale “Legends of the Sea: The Darkness Returns.” Brave guests can embark on a journey into the twilight zone and discover what dangers lie in the depths of our oceans as the Park’s special show will be featured for one day only at the Dolphin Lagoon and Kolohe Kai Sea Lion Show area. Festivities include trick-or-treating throughout the decorated Park grounds, chilling underwater pumpkin carving by Sea Life Park divers held underneath the depths of the Shark Cave, thrilling dance performances featuring members from Honolulu Dance Studio as well as spook-tacular Jack-o-lantern creations designed by the University of Hawaii School of Architecture. 

Keiki ages 12-years-old and under are also invited to join in a Monster Mash Bash and strut their stuff during the Park’s wicked costume contest. Park admission is getting dressed up for fun, too! Take the date of Halloween, flip it around, and reveal a bare-bones price: $13.01 each guest.

October 19: Energy Exploration Day at Hawaii Children's Discovery Center
Celebrate Energy Awareness Month with Hawai‘i Energy for a fun filled day at the Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center on Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 10 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Families are invited to explore and learn about electricity and how to conserve energy through interactive activities. Photos with Pluggy, Hawai‘i Energy’s mascot for conserving energy, will also be available. The first 300 guests will receive $1 off admission. For more information visit www.discoverycenterhawaii.org/events.html.

November 9: The Future of Money: Financial Education for Capitalists
World-renowned author and wealth-building/personal finance legend Robert Kiyosaki returns to Hawaii with his team of experts for an exclusive one-day-only event, The Future of Money: Financial Education for Capitalists, which will be held at the Hawaii Convention Center, Liliu Theater, on Saturday, November 9, 2019. Seats are strictly limited and are expected to sell out. All proceeds will got to charity. Please note: This is an educational event only and no upselling will occur. For details and to avoid disappointment, book today at www.RichDadHawaiiEvent.com

December 29-31: WAR at Blue Note Hawaii
Blue Note Hawaii, the state’s premier venue for the world’s most celebrated artists, announces a special New Year’s Eve run with iconic American funk band WAR December 29 - 31, 2019. A limited pre-sale began September 17 at 10:00 a.m. at www.bluenotehawaii.com. Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, September 20 at 10:00 a.m.

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