Weekend Picks - March 6, 2008
Last chance to see On The Beach at The Contemporary Museum
The sun sets Sunday for the collection of wall-sized beach scene photos by Robert Misrach. All the photos depict the same beach on Oahu’s south shore – look closely and you might recognize it. More info at www.tcmhi.org or 808.526.1322. Admission $5.
Lunch from Morton’s for $10
Cheap steak for your inner cheapskate. Get a plate lunch of grilled filet mignon served with rice and mac salad Friday in front of First Hawaiian Bank downtown. Half the price benefits American Red Cross – the lunch sale is part of their annual Hats Off fundraiser. Lunches sold at Bishop and King streets from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. as part of the Red Cross Hats Off event. Call 808.734.2101 for more info or visit www.hawaiiredcross.org
First Friday and Second Sunday in the same weekend
The calendar quirk only happens a couple times a year. Chinatown’s First Friday evening art walk and party and Kailua ’s Second Sunday afternoon gallery-and-boutique hop are the best times to mosey through these two neighborhoods. Friday, 5-9 p.m. in Chinatown; Sunday 2-5 p.m. in Kailua .
Two-Day Fashionista’s Market
The weekend sample sale (50-80 percent off designers like Frankie B and True Religion) includes a Friday-night shopping party with cocktails and beauty treatments and a Saturday morning session that is strictly shopping. Friday, 6-10 p.m. at Ala Moana Hotel, $30 admission, 21 and over only. Saturday, 10-2 at Japanese Cultural Center, $10 admission. More info at www.fashionistasmarket.com
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