Notable Events for June 2016

June is here, and summer is in full swing.  Here are a few bargain events in or near Hawaii Kai this month:

Every Tuesday and Wednesday, Regal Theatres offers one dollar ($1) movie matinees for the kids.  The Regal Theatre nearest to Hawaii Kai is at Windward Mall, but they also have other locations such as Dole Cannery. [Summertime 2016 Dollar Movie Schedule for Regal Theatres]

Every Wednesday and Thursday Consolidated Theatres offers one dollar ($1) movie matinees for the kids.  The nearest Consolidated Theatre offering this special is at Koko Marina, right here in Hawaii Kai.  Tickets can be purchased in advance at the window and there is no extra service charge if you stop by in person.  Please note that not all Consolidated Theatres are offering this special.  Kahala Mall is excluded and the next nearest theater with the special is at Ward. [2016 Summer movies for $1 at Consolidated Theatres – Koko Marina]

The Wildest Show in Town is back at the Honolulu Zoo.  Every Wednesday from June 8 – August 10, the Zoo is holding an evening music concert.  Admission is $3 and includes sightseeing in the park from 4:30 until the concert end.  Bring your own picnic or buy one on site.  [Schedule of Entertainers for the Wildest Show in Town 2016]

The Hawaii State Library system kicks off its summer reading program on June 5.  Children bringing in their list of read books receive prizes and rewards for their effort.

The Hawaii State Library also hosts a number of events for the month at the Hawaii Kai, Aina Haina and Kaimuki libraries.  Check their website for details.  Some of this month’s events include storytelling, yoga, jazz and a harmonica concert.

This month also features the Friends of the Library used booksale at McKinley High School.  Give to a worthy charity while enjoying the benefit of previously enjoyed reading material.  Sales begin June 18 and continue for nine more days.

Saturday June 25th features the 3rd Annual Mini Maker Faire at Iolani School.  The event is modeled after other DIY maker movement fairs held across the country.  Admission is free.

For details on these events and more, please check out this site’s home page for calendar updates.

Hawaii Kai Auntie

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