Things to do in May in Hawaii
This month celebrate Mom, watch a baby crawling contest, browse books by local authors or check out centuries old European lace.
Starlight Ball 2010
The theme for this year’s Honolulu Academy of Arts annual gala benefit is Black and White. The event will feature film-noir shorts shot in Shanghai and food from Nobu Waikiki, Town and others. Art from local artists will also be on sale. For tickets, visit artafterdark.org.
Treat Mom to brunch, a relaxing pedicure or a Sunday matinee.
Big Island Film Festival
Head to the Mauna Lani Resort for the fifth annual “Talk Story” film festival, featuring more than 50 short and feature films by independent narrative filmmakers. Visit bigislandfilmfestival.com.
Guys and Dolls
Set in New York City, this Diamond Head Theatre musical features a colorful cast and memorable songs such as, “Luck be a Lady Tonight” and “A Bushel and a Peck.” Visit diamondheadtheatre.com.
5th Annual Hawaii Book and Music Festival
The festival at the Frank F. Fasi Civic Grounds boasts more than a dozen pavilions and stages, featuring live music and books galore. HONOLULU editor A. Kam Napier will also be speaking at the festival. Visit hawaiibookandmusicfestival.org.
13th Annual New Baby Expo
More than 150 vendors will be showing off new products and giving demonstrations at the Neal S. Blaisdell Center Exhibition Hall. Visit newbabyexpo.com.
Men in Lace
May 20 to Oct. 10
Check out 16th-through 18th-century European lacy wear at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. The collection has more than 300 pieces, worn during a time when lace was a symbol of wealth and power. Visit honoluluacademy.com.
Stand Up Comedy by Jim Gaffigan
Laugh the night away with nationally known touring comedian Jim Gaffigan at the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall. For tickets, visit bampproject.com.
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