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POSTED: Thursday, June 04, 2009

LOOK » Trying to plan your family vacation next year but don't know when your children will be out of school? Log on to 165.248.6.166/data/calendars0910.asp. This is an alphabetical listing of the public schools that have submitted their calendars so far.

LISTEN » “;In Jamaica”; (featuring K'naan & Buckshot), by K-Salaam & Beatnick (www.myspace.com/ksalaammusic)

DO » Start planning a costume for your dog to strut on the catwalk during a canine couture contest celebrating the Ward Pet Spot anniversary on June 27. Other events include a pet look-alike contest and silly pet tricks. Register at Ward Pet Spot in Ward Warehouse or e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

IN FASHIONTRIBE »
Casino gambling in Hawaii? It happened one night during the Denim & Diamonds fund-raiser, “;Casino Heaven.”; See www.hsblinks.com/bj.

 

CRIB NOTES

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Moanalua family wins home fixes

A Moanalua Valley home interior gets a face lift, courtesy of RSVP-style's Cathy Lee, and you can see the transformation unfold at 8 p.m. today on KITV.

Jo Ann and Chris Agena, along with their four children—Caleb, Matthew, Noah and Sarah—were the big winners of a $30,000 makeover by home-style guru Lee in the Style My Room contest.

Watch to see how your home measures up to theirs and get some great tips along the way.

 

Take an eco-tour of native plants

See how Hawaiian native plants thrive in their natural habitat, growing along Kawainui Marsh, during the Anahui Malama ika Lokahi native plant tour from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday.

The tour begins at Ulupo Heiau with a look at the ethnobotanical restoration at the site, then makes it way to Na Pohaku O Hauwahine to learn about the dryland forest and more. Along the way, view Kawainui Park's xeriscape garden, ending up at Haiku Valley with a visit to the Hui Ku Maoli Ola native plant nursery.

A $5 donation for the tour is requested. Call 593-0012 for reservations.

 

                       
This item has been corrected.  See below.

WHAT'S IN STORE

Lollipops, ears mark opening

Celebrate the opening of the Ala Moana Disney store on June 10. The first 200 guests to arrive will get a free Mickey Mouse lollipop. Kids will also receive a free pair of Kids Mickey Mouse ears with every purchase on that day, while supplies last.

The fun starts at 9:30 a.m. with a ribbon cutting to officially open the store, on Level 2 in the Macy's wing. For more information, visit DisneyStore.com.

 

               

     

 

CORRECTION

       

Friday, June 5, 2009

       

» The Disney Store will open at Ala Moana Center at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. The above brief originally gave an incorrect time.

       

 

       

 

BEAUTY SPOT

ReVive tackles cellulite

Dr. Gregory Bays Brown, plastic surgeon and founder of ReVive skincare, will be back in Hawaii bringing something aimed at making many a swimsuit wearer rejoice.

One of the newest additions to his line is Cellulite Erasure ($210), a serum formulated with carnitine, caffeine and Cyclic AMP, a chemical messenger that triggers the break down of fat. Brown will be at Neiman Marcus from noon to 4 p.m. June 12 and 13 to also introduce other products geared toward summer's bare-skin looks, such as a Cleansing Body Scrub ($85), Moisturizing Renewal Body Lotion ($185), and Sans Veins Body Repair Cream ($185) to minimize the appearance of spider veins geared toward summer's bare-skin looks.

Call the ReVive skincare counter at 948-7588 for an appointment.