Weekend Picks - June 2, 2011
What: Treasure hunt through decades of accessories at a special vintage jewelry sale on First Friday. Sort through about 500 pieces picked up from mainland and Hawaii estate sales, including everything from dainty victorian-era pins to funky 60s and 70s styles. Prices start at $10.
When: Tomorrow, 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Where: Super Citizen, 22 S. Pauahi St.
Details: While you're there, check out Oxbow sportswear for 25-percent off. Or snag a package of Tatcha blotting sheets that are just back in stock.
The Zane Event
What: Learn about the art behind some of Hawaii's premiere aloha shirts from the Zane ohana. Sig, Nalani, and Kuahao Zane will discuss their creative works and unveil new individual installations (the artwork is a secret, but we hear there are stunning fabric and sculpted pieces). While there, pop into the pop up shop for an exclusive, limited-edition Sig Zane look.
When: A ticket-only event is tonight 7-9 p.m. The exhibit opens to the public tomorrow through Sun., June 12. Artist discussions are this Saturday and Friday, June 10, 5 - 7 p.m.
Where: Waikiki Parc Hotel, 2233 Helumoa Rd.
Details: Free validated parking. Click here for more information.
Shooting the Curl
What: Take six guys stoked to surf, add high speed cameras and the result is SUPERbrand surfboard's movie Sorry, We're Open. The Hawaii debut of the free film follows the rides of Maui's Clay Marzo, Australia's Ry Craike and Dion Agius and more.
When: Saturday, 7 p.m.
Where: The parking lot of Hawaiian South Shore, 320 Ward Ave.
Details: Bring something to sit on. Click here for more information or to watch the trailer.
Bump and Grind
The Real Peel
What: Forget the sweatband and free weights. All you need are gloves, feather boas, and fringe to learn how to peel and reveal like a pro in the Cherry Blossom Caberet's special burlesque class.
When: Saturday, noon to 2 p.m.
Where: Island Oasis, Aloha Tower Marketplace
Details: The class is $30. Pre-registration is required through Cherry Blossom Caberet's website or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tie One On
What: Just in time for your beach day dos, Rockabella Jewels amps up your elastic tie with a gold-dipped cowrie shell. The snag-free band comes in eight summery colors and ships for free in Hawaii.
Details: The bands sell for $6.50 each on Rockabella's website. Get the free shipping and score an extra 10 percent off with code MAUINOKAOI.
Trumped Up Brunch
What: Decompress from your weekend with the first Sunday of the month brunch at The Trump. Scoop up eggs, fruit, tropical mimosas and more in the breezy outdoor seating at the luxury hotel.
When: Sunday, 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Where: Trump International Hotel, 223 Saratoga Rd.
Details: $37 includes mimosas. Free valet parking. Call 808.683.7777 for more information.
Heads and Trails
What: Big Island residents can celebrate National Trail Day with educational guided hikes on the only National Trail in Hawaii, Ala Kahakai. Stroll while listening to the words of one of King Kamehameha the Great's trusted friends, beef up on biology with a 45-minute walk, or dig in to a five-mile trip along ancient cultural sites.
When: Saturday. The first hikes begin at 9 a.m.
Where: Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail
Details: Fees range from free to $65 for the five-mile hike. Click here for the information.
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