NIKETOWN Still Open
Wednesday - July 29, 2009
NIKETOWN Still Open
A few months ago, Niketown in Waikiki announced that it would be closing its doors for good this past May. However, the store, which is located at 2080 Kalakaua Ave., is still open until further notice.
The store’s popular twice-a-week free running club (which meets Wednesdays at 6 p.m. and Saturdays at 9 a.m.) also is still being offered.
For more information, call 943-6453.
Sundays Are Fundays At Ward Centers
Beginning Aug. 2, shops and restaurants at Ward Centers will offer demonstrations, special family activities, tastings and more during Sundays are Fundays at Ward Centers, held on the first and third Sunday of each month through Nov. 15. Sundays are Fundays events at Ward Centers include an organic farmers’ market, Polynesian show by Mahetia Productions, hip-hop performances by The Honolulu Dance Studio, artist demonstrations at The Gallery at Ward Centre, free psychic readings at Sedona, soap-making demonstrations and gummy glycerin soaps at Island Soap & Candle Works.
Also, enter to win “Color My Tee” at Novel-T World, book swap at Native Books/Na Mea Hawaii, free keiki activities at Cupcake Boutique, free samples at Honolulu Cookie Company, free balloons for keiki, free samples at Honolulu Chocolate Company, Friends for Life Dog Adoption at The Pet Spot. Friends for Life also will offer dog massages and nail trims for a small donation. On the first Sundays, there also will be the Native Books/Na Mea Hawaii Na Mele Nei concert series and a wheel-throwing demonstration at Jeff Chang Pottery & Fine Crafts.
The third Sundays also feature a plant sale, keiki ID, glaze your own raku pot at Jeff Chang Pottery & Fine Crafts, introductory puppy/dog training lessons (sponsored by The Pet Spot), and demonstrations by kapa, stone and wood carvers and cultural practitioners at Native Books, Na Mea Hawaii.
For event times and locations, visit www.wardcenters.com.
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