Valentine’s Day Gift Registry At Kahala Mall

Yu Shing Ting
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Wednesday - February 01, 2006

Valentine’s Day Gift Registry At Kahala Mall


Kahala Mall presents ‘What A Girl Really Wants,’ a Valentine’s event for the ladies, this weekend (Saturday, Feb. 4 and Sunday, Feb. 5).

Women can participate in Kahala Mall’s new Valentine’s Day gift registry program. Just pick up a registry card and list your favorite indulgences and fondest wishes for Valentine’s Day. Registry cards can be dropped off at Center Court. The card will then be mailed to your significant other.


Ladies can also enter to win an exclusive Marsha Nadalin Salon and Spa day. Also, on these two days, shoppers will receive a signature Kahala Mall shopping tote key ring with same-day receipts totalling $75 or more.

Then, on Saturday, Feb. 11 and Sunday, Feb. 12, ‘What A Guy Really Wants’ will give the men a chance to get the perfect gift for their sweethearts and a chance to win something for themselves. The men will be able to bring in the registry card hints to Kahala Mall and enjoy complimentary gift wrap service during mall hours, with same-day receipts. And for being such good sports, the guys can enter to win a pair of tickets to ESPN’s Bracket Buster night featuring the University of Hawaii Rainbow Warriors Basketball team. For more information, call 732-7736 or visit www.kahalamallcenter.com


Ala Moana Center Welcomes Max&Co.


Max&Co., the Italian luxury, contemporary line under the Maxmara umbrella, opens at Ala Moana Center this Saturday with grand opening festivities throughout the weekend. The public is invited to visit the store and enjoy champagne and strawberries, as well as a deejay from Saturday, Feb. 4 through Tuesday, Feb. 7. There will also be informal modeling on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, call 943-6262.


Free Feng Shui Class At Urban Rejuvenation

Urban Rejuvenation at Aloha Tower Marketplace will host a free feng shui class Saturday, Feb. 4 at 1 p.m. with Sharissa Chun. “Feng Shui is the ancient Chinese art of placement for prosperity,” says Chun, a noted feng shui specialist and a Realtor associate at Coldwell Banker. “Learn the basics from the Western School of how to apply the bagua (feng shui map of eight life stations), and shift energies in your personal and professional space for health, wealth and prosperity.”

Urban Rejuvenation carries furniture and home accessories, as well as clothing for men and women, gourmet food items, lingerie, jewelry, and its private-label candles and bath products. The feng shui class is part of Aloha Tower Marketplace’s Chinese New Year celebration on Feb. 4. There will also be a traditional lion dance by the Wah Ngai Lion Dance Association at 11 a.m., followed by firecrackers and a kung fu demonstration. For more information, call 566-2337.

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