Six reasons to do something this weekend

Weekend Picks - June 13, 2013

Lei Chic
Owner/instructor Noelani Love demonstrates the Pincha Mayurasana pose.

Studio Time
Noelani Studios' Haleiwa store has only been open for two months and already the space has undergone a major transformation, namely the addition of a brand-new 500-square-foot studio perfect for yoga, art, and dance classes, a yoga-focused retail section with apparel, mats and accessories, and a tea bar stocked with locally made herbal tea. To celebrate, Noelani is hosting two weekends of events (they're well worth the drive):

Pre-release dance party and fashion show
Tomorrow, 6-9 p.m.
Music, live digital painting by Jesse Noemind, and a fashion show featuring new Teeki yoga apparel made from recycled plastic bottles. Get 10 percent off all Teeki clothing and enter to win a free yoga class. Free admission.

Dreamboard workshop with Tiare Thomas
Saturday, 6-9 p.m.
Learn how to use images, words, colors, and feng shui to create a vision board that identifies and prioritizes your life goals. $40, all materials provided, register here.

Grand opening party
Saturday, June 22, 4-8 p.m.
Yoga, art, and dance demos from 4-6 p.m. (bring yoga clothes and a towel if you'd like to participate). Fashion show featuring Noelani Designs' new Rainbow Dreams jewelry collection, live music, and pupu from 6-8 p.m. Free admission, click here for details.

Where: 66-437 Kamehameha Hwy.
Details: First yoga class is free, get one month of unlimited classes for $50. Schedule and pricing here.

While you're out there…
Take advantage of Guava Shop's one-day sale. Tomorrow only, get 10 percent off one item, 20 percent off two items, and 30 percent off three or more items. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., 66-165 Kamehameha Hwy.

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Father of the Pride
Roberta Oaks is holding a Father's Day sale this weekend. Buy one, get one 50 percent off all Roberta Oaks men's shirts in store or 25 percent off online with the code SHIRTSFORDAD, 15 percent off boardshorts, shorts and trousers, bags, packs, wallets, pouches, and Kauai cigars in store and online with the code LOVEDAD.
When: Through Sunday.
Where: Roberta Oaks, 19 N. Pauahi St.
Also: Oliver Men's Shop, 49 Kihapai St., will offer 15 percent off all clothing this Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., including M.Nii boardshorts as seen in our Father's Day gift guide.

Just a Reminder
{ Tomorrow } Maya Bella Boutique celebrates the launch of Kane Clothing Co. and men's retail section. Details here.
{ Saturday } Lei Chic joins forces with HonHI Hawaii at Honolulu Night Market. Details here and here.

Bourbon Vivant
Celebrate National Bourbon Day at Manifest with special flights and a full menu dedicated to Bourbon-based cocktails. Details are slim, so check Manifest's Instagram and Facebook for updates.
When: Tomorrow.
Where: Manifest, 32 N. Hotel St.

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Grave New World
Hawaiian Mission Houses is hosting a new installment of Oahu Cemetery Pupu Theatre, an annual dinner theatre that brings to life five prominent Hawaii figures. This year's lineup includes Capt. Isaac Hart, the architect and carpenter behind Washington Place. Good Eats pupu and drinks will be served, and yes, you'll be in an actual cemetery.
When: Tomorrow, Saturday, June 21 and 22 (four performances). Pupu will be served at 5 p.m., performances start at 6 p.m.
Where: Oahu Cemetery, 2162 Nuuanu Ave.
Details: $45 per person. Buy tickets online or call (808) 447-3926.

Tag Along
Julia Chu Pour La Muse jewelry is now available at WHITETAG. La Muse owner Julia Chu has been offering elegant sterling silver and Swarovski pearl creations at her own Chinatown boutique for some time, but this is the first that another retailer will be carrying her line with exclusive, one-of-a-kind pieces.
Where: WHITETAG., Royal Hawaiian Center.