Shootout at Club

The second annual Saab Basketball Shootout takes place 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Honolulu Club, 932 Ward Ave.

Saab will be distributing healthy snacks to participants during the event, which includes competition for free throw, three-point, climb the ladder, half-court and hot shot, with prizes awarded in all categories.

Registration is $5 per person. To sign up, call Scott Kato at 543-3900.

Calling collectors

The Hawaii Stamp and Coin Dealers Association will be hosting its "Coin, Currency and Stamp Show" at the Richards Street YWCA, Room 130, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

Admission is free, and there will be prizes given out throughout the day.

For more information, call Don at 531-6252.

'Zine fair at TCM

The Contemporary Museum will host a 'zine fair featuring local writers and publishers, in conjunction with the Yoshitomo Nara exhibition, "Nothing Ever Happens."

The fair runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow, and will include a walk-through of the exhibition led by curator Michael Rooks.

Admission is free to those with a college ID.

Call 526-1322 for more information.

Listen to 'Futless'

The third Kumu Kahua "Playreading" of the 2004-05 season features "Futless" by Jeffrey Higa, a play about two local Generation X-ers looking to right wrongs in Hawaii.

The reading takes place at 7:30 p.m. Sunday at Kumu Kahua Theatre, 46 Merchant St.

Admission is free, with complimentary refreshments and a discussion following the reading.

For more information, call 536-4441.

All-breed dog show

The Windward Hawaiian Dog Fanciers' Association will host its All Breed Dog Show from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow and Sunday at the Samuel Wilder King Intermediate School in Kaneohe. Admission is free.

Shown will be approximately 500 American Kennel Club-registered dogs representing 80 breeds and varieties.

For more information, call 239-1214.

Earth Day awareness

The Waikalua Loko Fishpond Preservation Society and Windward Ahupua'a Alliance join forces with state Rep. Pono Chong (District 49, Kaneohe-Kailua) to present "Earth Day at the Fish Pond," a cleanup and educational mission, on April 23.

Up to 75 students, who must be at least 11 years old, can be accommodated. Middle and high school students will work on bioremediation projects, pick mangrove shoots, remove marine debris along the shoreline and load trucks, while adult volunteers will help collect green waste and trash and load trucks.

Volunteers are asked to bring their own tools, including machetes and loppers, if they have them. Gloves and bags, plus breakfast, snacks and lunch will be provided. All participants must wear closed-toe shoes with gripping soles and bring a removable long-sleeve shirt. Volunteers who want to work in one of the water projects must bring tabi, boots or other footgear.

People with limited physical skills are also needed to staff the Recycling for Change tent to receive donations from Windward residents, who may bring un-crushed aluminum, glass and plastic beverage containers from 8:30 to 11:45 a.m. that day.

The half-day event runs from 6:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. All participants must register by April 22. No walk-in registrations will be allowed.

Call 247-6366 or 223-5535, or send an e-mail to info@waa-hawaii.org to pre-register, get a list of rules or to inquire about volunteer requirements.

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