Weekend Picks - February 10, 2011
I Do, Deja Vu
What: Why wait until the 14th to say 'I love you'. Sunday, Chaminade University is opening its scenic chapel, with sweeping views of Diamond Head, for a free renewal ceremony. Just show up with your loved one to prove you would say "I Do" again.
When: Sunday, 10 a.m.
Where: Chaminade University's Mystical Rose Oratory Chapel, 3140 Waialae Ave
Details: Call 808.739.8526 with questions. Click here for a campus map.
What a Whirl
What: Take a break from the real world, with your own mini vacation to the Moana Lani Spa at the beautiful and historic Westin Moana Surfrider. Starting today, kamaaina are invited to pull up a seat seaside for a spa experience to get you off your stilettos, and into bliss. The Moana Lani is offering a 50-minute massage with aromatherapy along with a 80-minute Hawaiian vanilla and clay body wrap or facial at a special price. It all comes with access to oceanview seats in its whirlpool, steam room and sauna.
When: Make your reservations today through February 28.
Where: Moana Lani Spa, 2365 Kalakaua Avenue.
Details: The 2+ hour treatment is available for $260. Call 808.237.2535 for reservations.
What: Platinum, sapphires, diamonds, gold. If that list isn't enough to make you drool, add complimentary wine and chocolates this weekend at Mellow's Antiques.
Browse the collections of one-of-a-kind estate pieces as well as Mellow's award-winning custom designs, all at a discount.
When: Saturday, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., and a special opening Monday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Where: Mellow's Antiques, 841 Bishop St., Suite 156
Details: As a bonus, mention Lei Chic, and get 10% off fashion jewelry, and 20% off fine jewelry. Click here to start shopping.
Boys Not Allowed
What: Saturday night is all about the girls at Olive Boutique in Kailua. Snack on champagne and sweets, while stealing a look at new pieces from Devin Krista's whimsical line of 14K filled jewelry.
When: Saturday, 6 to 9 p.m.
Where: Olive Boutique, 43 Kihapai St., Kailua.
Details: Shop for 10% off everything, except jewelry. Click here for a little preshopping.
Take a Shot
What: The Big Island's own energy drink has hit stores statewide. KonaRed, the caffeine-free drink made from coffee berries, can now be found at Longs, Times Supermarkets, GNC, Umeke Market and more. Rev up for your weekend with a tasting at select Times Supermarkets.
When: Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Where: Times Supermarkets, Kahala and Kaimuki.
Details: Find out more about it at KonaRed.com.
No Strings Attached
What: An all-day concert will have you tempted to strum along. The 3rd Annual Ukulele Picnic brings in thousands from Japan, the mainland, and the islands to honor Hawaii's signature instrument. The free entertainment features the legendary Uncle Bill Tapia, Na Hoku Hanohano winner Brittni Paiva, Ernie Cruz Jr., and more along with international child and adult competition winners. Browse through exhibits, food and craft booths. If your family needs more incentive, can we just say inflatable bouncers?
When: Sunday, 9 a.m. to sunset.
Where: Kakaako Waterfront Park.
Details: Parking fills up before lunch. A free trolley is available from Waikiki, but it also stops at the Ward Centers Trolley and Bus stops. Click here for the full list of entertainment and more details.
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