The Oahu screening will be at 7 p.m. The film's producers, director and star will answer questions from the audience.
The screenings are a fund-raiser for Na Pu'uwai, Inc., and Molokai General Hospital.
Filmed on Molokai and Oahu, "Molokai" tells the story of the Belgian priest Damien DeVeuster from 1872, the year before his arrival in Kalaupapa to minister to Hansen's Disease patients, until his death at the Molokai settlement in 1889.
Production designer Jan Petitjean and his crew spent nearly two months at Kalaupapa recreating nearly 25 buildings, including the settlement's Hospital and St. Philomena Church.
"Father Damien" stars Australian actor David Wenham in the title role. Also in the film are Peter O'Toole and Sam Neill.
"Damien" was written by John Briley, the Academy Award-winning writer of "Gandhi," and directed by Paul Cox.
A documentary "The Making of 'Molokai: The Story of Father Damien'" will air at 9 p.m. June 17 KITV-4. The special includes interviews with all actors, writers, director and producer of the film.
Tickets for the Oahu screening are $16 and are on sale at the Hawaii Theatre box office. Call 528-0506. Special $50 tickets include a post-screening party at Indigo Restaurant.
The challenge, hosted by the mall and KRTR radio station, is open to all fathers and their sons or daughters. While there is no age limit, the father/child pairs will be divided into categories according to the child's age: 12 or younger and 13 or older.
Prizes include a $150 Lenscrafters gift certificate, a free Sprint PCS phone, a $50 Radio Shack gift certificate, and more, for participating in four games: a football toss, hole-in-one golf challenge, basketball jam and lemonade squeeze.
The competition is limited to 20 teams. Qualify by listening to KRTR or signing up at participating stores through June 16. The last five teams will be chosen randomly during registration the day of the event.
During the event, Sprint will be offering free 3-minute phone calls to anywhere in the nation to anyone in the audience.
The parade will begin at 10 a.m. on the official holiday, July 5, proceeding along Kainalu Drive.
For an application, call the chamber at 261-2727. Leave your name, organization name and address or fax number.
Show up for free blood pressure and blood glucose testing, fitness consultations and get free information on health and diabetes.
A Healthy Communities Farmer's Market provides extra incentive to show up. There will be fresh produce, flowers and handmade crafts for sale, as well as entertainment and keiki activities.
For information, call the Kahuku Hospital Health Education Office at 293-9221 ext. 360. The hospital is at 56-117 Pualalea St.
To obtain a bell, send a copy of the marriage certificate and a letter signed by husband and wife to: "Happy 57th Anniversary," H.J. Heinz Co., P.O. Box 57, Pittsburgh, PA 15230-0057. Allow 4-6 weeks for delivery and include a shipping address.