Things to Do in March in Hawaii

It’s spring! Get out of the house, laugh out loud, take flight and watch Tahitian troupes dance.


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FAX

March 1-April 5

In this traveling, evolving exhibition that began in New York in 2009, local artists, filmmakers and scientists are invited to think of the fax machine as a drawing tool. See the results at the UH Art Gallery. hawaii.edu/art.


photo: courtesy matt sheridan smith


photo: courtesy honolulu academy of art

Han Dynasty Arts for the Afterlife

March 1-Nov. 4

Like the ancient Egyptians, people in the Han Dynasty filled loved ones’ tombs with items they thought their souls needed after death. View these artifacts at the Honolulu Museum of Art. honoluluacademy.org.

Discovering Your Future in Aviation

March 4-6

If you love all things aeronautical, check out the this Pacific Aviation Museum conference featuring workshops, science exhibits, films and a talk story with aviation professionals. Free with museum admission. pacificaviationmuseum.org.


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photo: tahiti nui international

Heiva I Honolulu

March 15-17

It’s three days of Tahition dance competitions during the 10th annual festival. tahitinuiinternational.blogspot.com.

International Waffle Day

March 25

Celebrate by overloading on breakfast carbs at Yogur Story. This place is known for its waffles, such as the popular Red Carpet (red velvet) ones, the Oreo-themed West Hollywood, the Strawberries and Cream and more. facebook.com/yogurstory.
 


photo: martha cheng


photo: courtesy motor trend auto shows

First Hawaiian International Auto Show

March 30-April 1

Check out some sweet rides at this year’s car show at the Hawaii Convention Center. There’s something for everyone—and every budget—from Kias to Porsches. $8 admission. motortrendautoshows.com.

Titanic the Musical

March 30-April 15

On the 100th anniversary of the infamous disaster, Diamond Head Theatre takes audiences back to 1912, through the joys and ultimate tragedy of that fateful voyage. Tickets are $12 to $42. diamondheadtheatre.com.

Da Alii of Comedy

March 31

Laugh the night away as the local kings of comedy—Andy Bumatai, Frank Delima, Mel Cabang, Ed Kaahea and Augie T.—take the stage at the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall. Tickets are $23 to $35. blaisdellcenter.com.

 

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