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POSTED: Friday, November 06, 2009

Shop and eat at Kaimuki Kanikapila

The Kaimuki Business and Professional Association and the City and County of Honolulu team up for the “;Celebrate Kaimuki Kanikapila”; tomorrow.

More than 160 booths will be set up at Kaimuki Community Park and along Waialae Avenue (between Koko Head and 11th avenues), with local vendors selling a variety of food, crafts and gift items. Live entertainment and a variety of prize giveaways throughout the day are also planned.

In addition, neighborhood groups will sell “;CKK Bucks,”; earning $1 for every $5 they sell. Visit www.celebratekaimuki.com for a list of participating organizations.

» Where: Kaimuki Community Park and Waialae Avenue
» When: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow
» Cost: Free
» Call: 739-5272

 

Explore your inner dancer at Nix workshops

Dancers of all ages and experience levels are invited to the Nix Performing Arts Center tomorrow for “;A Taste of Dance,”; a daylong event that aims to introduce participants to new dance styles.

Starting at 10 a.m. tomorrow, NIXPAC instructors will lead 60-minute workshops in hula, Tahitian, ballet/tap, hip-hop, popping and locking, jazz, salsa and breakdancing. Voice and acting lessons will be offered as well, and mothers are invited to bring their toddlers to take part in a “;Mommy and Me”; class.

Visit www.nixpac.com for a complete schedule.

» Where: Nix Performing Arts Center, 98-025 Hekaha St., Suite 221-A
» When: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. tomorrow
» Cost: $13 per class, $25 for unlimited classes
» Info: 852-8266 or 699-7058

 

Coming up

» Augie Tulba, Nov. 14 at Turtle Bay Resort
» Band Camp VI, Nov. 15 at the Waikiki Shell
» Loggins and Messina, Nov. 15 at the Blaisdell Concert Hall
» Xiayin Wang (pictured), Nov. 16 at Orvis Auditorium
» Jack Johnson, Nov. 13 and Nov. 14 at the Hawaii Theatre
» Jokers of the Scene, Nov. 20 at LOFT Gallery and Lounge
» Doc Martin, Nov. 20 at NextDoor
» “;Stomp,”; Nov. 22 to Jan. 3, 2010 at the Hawaii Theatre
» Dane Cook, Nov. 28 at Blaisdell Arena