Raising bunny

Cinde Fisher hosts a BunnyCares workshop 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Hawaii Kai Retirement Community, 428 Kawaihae St.

Bring your bunny for a program with disucssions of keeping your bunny cool, correct diet, nutrition and medical concerns, bonding -- whether with humans or other bunnies -- behavior, and more.

Bunnies must be restrained at all times, and those suspected of contagious conditions should not attend.

The cost to attend is $5 per person, and RSVP is required. Call 381-5545.

'Great Guns' on view

The Hawaii Historic Arms Association is hosting its 53rd annual gun show, "Great Guns," at the Neal Blaisdell Center this weekend.

Displays by various hunting, fishing and archery organizations will be on view 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. The State Hunter Safety Program will also give a preview of the 32nd anniversary of National Hunting and Fishing Day to be held Sept. 27 and 28.

In addition, there will be 150 exhibits, including custom knives, antique and modern firearms, uniforms, insignia, badges, medals and educational items.

Admission is $4. Call 942-8664 for more information.

Moon fest walk

Take a tour of Chinatown Sunday, highlighting the fruits, vegetables and sweets symbolic of the Chinese Harvest Moon Festival, this year falling on Sept. 11.

The walk, led by Nathan Wong, takes place from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Sunday. Meet at the Marin Towers, street level. The tour fee is $12, or $10 for Friends of Honolulu Botanical Gardens. An dim sum lunch after the tour is optional. The fee does not include lunch.

Make reservations at 537-1708.

Rapper premieres

Coming from the crucial New York-based Definitive Jux posse, underground rapper Murs debuts his formidable skills Sunday night at the Wave Waikiki. It promises to be an evening of verbal flow, highlighted by selections from Murs' latest joint, "End of the Beginning."

Local rap 'n' hip-hoppers Kavet the Catalyst, Omega Cix, Kelvin Zero, Staplemouth, Papa Gnooj, Eyesolated Minds and Intellect the Reject will be the openers, with sound provided by Positive Regime and DJ Oliver Twist.

>> Place: Wave Waikiki, 1877 Kalakaua Ave.

>> Time: 10 p.m. Sunday

>> Tickets: $15, 18 and over, available at Too Gruvz, 2600 S. King St., Suite 201-A; 386-7776 for info.

Celebrate the annual harvest the Korean way tomorrow at Ala Moana Park McCoy Pavilion.

Korean Thanksgiving comes early

It's Thanksgiving time! Don't freak out because the Korean community celebrates its own Thanksgiving, or Dae Jan Chi Festival to mark the annual harvest, a couple of months before the American holiday. Whew!

The festival will feature an amateur mochi-making contest from 1 to 2:30 p.m., folk song contest from 3 to 5 p.m., door prizes, Korean food and entertainment, including Kum Mi Lee, a professional folk singer from Seoul.

There will be prizes drawings with a top prize of a round trip to Korea. Also flying in will be Chan Ung Park, of Ohio State University. Entertainment will include taekwondo demonstrations, the Halla Huhm Pai Dance Studio, Senior Citizen College Dance Group and Chan Ung Park, of Ohio State University.

The Korean Thanksgiving festival is timed to the lunar calendar and falls this year on Thursday.

>> Place: Ala Moana Park McCoy Pavilion

>> Time: Noon to 6 p.m. Saturday

>> Admission: Free

>> Call: 947-1225

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