Sunday, October 25, 2015

Partly Cloudy
Wind SpeedCalm
Barometer29.92 in (1013.0 mb)
Dewpoint67°F (19°C)
Visibility10.00 mi
Heat Index83°F (28°C)
Last update25 Oct 8:53 am HST

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Aloha Aina Cultural Food Festival - October 17 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Millwood ‘Ohana Productions is excited to announce the second of their annual Waikiki Block Festivals. With such a tremendous turnout and success from their first event, The Great Hawaiian Food Truck Festival (8/15), they are excited to announce The Aloha Aina Cultural Food Festival on Saturday, October 17th from 5pm-10pm. The event will run along Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki between Lewers Street and Kealohilani Avenue.
Mostly Cloudy
Wind SpeedE 7 mph
Barometer30.02 in (1016.4 mb)
Dewpoint74°F (23°C)
Visibility10.00 mi
Heat Index85°F (29°C)
Last update17 Oct 6:53 am HST

Friday, October 16, 2015

Hawaii Chocolate Festival - October 16 - October 18 | $20.00

Hawai`i’s Sweetest Celebration!
Event website: Click Here
We are happy to announce that the Hawaii Chocolate Festival will be held on October 16 -18 at the Neal S. Blaisdell Exhibition Hall in conjunction with the Hawaii Food and New Product Show.
Event hours are Friday 5 p.m. – 9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. & Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Chocolate Tasting Passport Tickets are just $20 and will include free admission (regularly $5) to the Food and New Product Show which will be happening at the same place and time on Oct. 16 – 18, 2015 at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall.
Today there has been what is described as a chocolate revolution, with marked increasing interest in high-quality, hand made chocolates. In the United States alone chocolate production is a 4-billion-dollar industry and the average American eats as much as half a pound per month.
Hawai`i just so happens to be the only place that produces chocolate in the U.S. Come celebrate!

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Partly Cloudy
Wind SpeedNW 5 mph
Barometer29.91 in (1012.7 mb)
Dewpoint69°F (21°C)
Visibility10.00 mi
Heat Index80°F (27°C)
Last update14 Oct 6:53 am HST

Thursday, October 1, 2015

The 63rd Annual Molokaʻi Hoe Sunday October 11, 2015

On October 12, 1952, three Koa outrigger canoes launch through the surf at Kawakiu Bay on Moloka‘i’s west side. Powered by six paddlers, each of the canoes was bound for Oʻahu across 38+ miles of open ocean in the Ka‘iwi Channel. Eight hours and 55 minutes later, the Moloka‘i canoe, Kukui O Lanikaula landed on the beach at Waikiki in front of the Moana Hotel. Thus began the world’s most prestigious outrigger canoe race, the Moloka‘i Hoe.

The Moloka‘i Hoe has become one of the longest running annual team sporting events in Hawai‘i, second only to football. The Moloka‘i Hoe perpetuates one of Hawaii’s and Polynesia’s most important and historic cultural traditions, while honoring outrigger canoe paddlers around the world. The Moloka‘i Hoe tests the limits of physical and mental strength and endurance, courage determination and teamwork, and paddlers must also battle nature’s most extreme elements.

Each year over 1000+ paddlers from around the world compete in the Moloka‘i Hoe, the men’s world championship in outrigger canoe racing. This year marks the Moloka‘i Hoe’s 63rd crossing of the treacherous Ka‘iwi Channel.

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