40th Annual Queen Lili’uokalani 2015 Keiki Hula Competition. Photo: James Kimo Garrett 42nd Annual Queen Lili’uokalani Keiki Hula Competition Entering into it’s 42nd year, the Kalihi-Palama Culture & Arts Society, Inc. is proud to present their Annual Queen Lili’uokalani Keiki Hula Competition at the Neal S Blaisdell Arena. For more information, please visit http://www.keikihula.org/ Dates: Thursday, July 20, 2017 at 6:00 – 10:00 pm (Miss & Master Keiki Hula Competition) Friday, July 21, 2017 at 6:00 – 10:00 pm (Group – Kahiko Keiki Hula Competition) Saturday, July 22, 2017 at 1:00 – 5:00 pm (Group – ‘Auana Keiki Hula Competition) Venue: Blaisdell Arena Sale Date: Friday, June 23, 2017 at 9:00 am HST Ticket Value: $14 Arena/Loge Discount: Children Ages 4-12 – $12 Arena/Loge Buy tickets here The post Queen Lili’uokalani Keiki Hula Competition appeared first on Neal S. Blaisdell Center & Waikiki Shell.
On May 10th, 2017 the HRA hosted the 70th Year Annual Membership Meeting at the Kahala Hotel and Resort. A specials thanks to Hotel General Manager, Gerald Glennon and Director of F&B, Michele Brumblay for providing the beautiful Maile Ballroom for the meeting. The meeting included the positive growth of the association with 40% increased memberships in 2016 and a positive cash flow at year end, enabling HRA to do more for the food service industry. One of the biggest items that comes with every Annual meeting is the elections to the HRA Board of Directors. This year we added 10 new restaurant members to the board; Don Murphy of Murphy’s Irish Pub, Amanda Kipp of BLT Market, Jayson Lum of Moena Café, Harold Watanabe of Yokocho Waikiki, Taryn Silva of Luibueno’s, Kahau Manzo of Pacific Beach Hotel, Scott Mackenzie of Wolf Gang Puck Express, Frank Hagamine of Blue Pacific Management Group, Rede Eder of Hard Rock Café and Kim Kakuchi of Sumo Sushi & Bento. Plus newly added as Allied Bo..
Sustaining high personal performance over time requires a balanced life. Much like the way the four wheels of a Daytona 500 race car can make or break the race, if just one of your “wheels” becomes disproportionate to the others, a breakdown is inevitable that can sabotage your success. So how can you ensure a smooth ride? Like the pit stops that quickly assess the condition of a race car and restore balance, you and your pit crew can consistently check in on yourselves and each other to ensure optimal performance — first, by identifying the specific priorities that your speed (productivity), safety (well-being) and results (progress) hinge on. Top leaders and high-value individuals earn and maintain their track record by investing equal effort and time into four main priorities of everyday life. At least once a month, ask yourself these questions: Are you doing the best work of your career? Pushing yourself every day to grow and improve is not only personally rewarding, it can in..
Proper washing and sanitizing of food equipment, includes dishes, tableware, pots & pans, cutting boards… yes, anything that food touches. Improper cleaning and sanitizing is an important process that helps prevent food borne illnesses. Dishes from the dining room that will go thru a dish machine need to be scrapped of food and trash, then pre-rinse the loose debris off the dishes. If kitchen equipment also goes thru the dish machine, they need to be scrubbed of all debris, then rinsed off. Load the racks. Do not overload the racks, cram as many plates in as possible or pile dishes and pots in such a way that the spraying action is blocked from top or bottom. Make sure there is ample room for the water to do its thing. Once the machine has finished its cycle, pull out the rack. One note at this point – the person loading the dishes, if taking the dishes out as well, needs to wash their hands before handling the cleaned dishes. If there is a person dedicated to taking out dishes, they..
Ai Kahu Culinary Solutions was founded by Tina Rogers, a professional chef with over 15 years of experience in kitchens ranging from The Patina Group, The Ritz Carlton, Roy’s and Chef Mavro. Tina began her career as a chef, by graduating from culinary school in 2001. From there she began working in the culinary industry, eventually teaching at Le Cordon Bleu and running the culinary program at Sur la Table in California. Ai Kahu Offers ServSafefood safety classes, ServSafe Alcohol & Allergen training, restaurant audits, NRA certification courses in: Nutrition, Supervision, Bar & Beverage Management, and Menu Planning, to name a few courses, as well as triage services for establishments who might need a little help. Tina has an AS degree in Culinary Arts from the Art Institute of Los Angeles, and holds many certifications in Nutrition, Management, ServSafe, Event Management, Wedding Planning, and others from within the culinary industry. Tina is an active member of the Hawaii Restaur..
Job Announcement: Usher positions available at the Blaisdell Center!!! Application must be picked up at our Administration Office (Receptionist desk) and returned by Tuesday, June 20, 2017. The post Job Announcement: Usher appeared first on Neal S. Blaisdell Center & Waikiki Shell.
Word of Life “We Are The Light” Word of Life presents, the G12 Hawaii Conference 2017, “We Are The Light.” This conference is a two-day experience of awakening and transforming hearts in order to live out God’s dream and vision for our lives. The church has been called to be a bright, shining light in the world. And that light cannot be extinguished. This year’s conference speakers are: Pastors Cesar & Claudia Castellanos (Bogota, Colombia), Bishop Oriel Ballano (Manila, Philippines), Pastor Bert Pretorius (Centurion, South Africa), Pastor Sara Castellanos (Brasilia, Brazil), and our conference hosts, Pastors Art & Kuna Sepulveda (Honolulu, Hawaii). Kidz Life, a specially designed program for children, ages 1 – 12 years old, will be available throughout the conference. It’s action-packed with games, music, crafts, worship, relevant teaching of God’s Word and fun-filled activities to help your children grow in their relationship with Christ. Separate registration for Kidz Life is requ..
By Chad Lindsey, DTRIC Insurance Risk Consulting Manager The health and safety of your employees and customers should always be your main priority. Keeping your staff safe helps best maintain their physical and mental well-being, and upholds worker morale. And a safe business operation protects the reputation of your livelihood. Work-related accidents also affect the financial bottom line of your business. Protecting people from on-site injuries reduces any loss time in work attendance and productivity at your business. Since potential accidents can involve both employees and customers, insurance coverage for your commercial business can end up being one of the biggest costs. That’s why it’s important to prevent work accident injuries to help lower those costs. The first step to implementing a successful workplace safety plan is getting your staff involved and buying in to that strategy. To assist with that, DTRIC Insurance came up with a process that we call A.I.M. – Analysis, In..
As oral health advocates, we find it difficult to maintain a relationship with someone who refuses to replace his toothbrush every 3 months. It may sound picky, but we are not alone. Oral health matters more to women than men, according to a survey conducted by Delta Dental. In fact, poor oral hygiene is one of the top reasons women say they’ll break up with someone: 27% of women say they’ll end a relationship with someone who doesn’t brush twice a day. The survey also found that excellent oral hygiene is attractive! Nearly 80% of Baby Boomers and younger Gen Xers agree—good oral health is one of the sexiest qualities a partner can have. Unlike finding your soul mate, preventive oral health care is simple and painless. All it requires is brushing, flossing and visiting your dentist regularly. Who knows? Maybe you’ll find love at the dental office! Contact us today to learn how Hawaii Dental Service can ensure a lifetime of healthy smiles for your business and employees. MALLORIE L..
June is National Safety month, which makes this a great time to reinforce the importance of safety in the workplace. In the restaurant industry, you are constantly moving and taking on tasks that require heavy lifting, use of sharp tools, walking across slick surfaces, or working with various temperatures. Most of the time the hustle of each shift can make completing these tasks quite stressful. All of these factors make accidents and injuries more likely. The most common forms of injury in the restaurant industry include: Slips, Trips, and Fall Cuts or Burns Lower Back Injuries Machine-Related Injuries With the open lines of communication and training on proper safety protocols, many of these accidental injuries can be prevented. Here are a few tips on avoiding potential workplace accidents and injuries: Stay on your feet. Wear slip-resistant footwear and use mats in areas that attract a lot of moisture to add some security to those slippery spots. But placement and maintenance a..
Were you one of the 66,000 people at NRA Show 2017? The NRA Show ran May 20-23, several of our members were in attendance including Chairperson Michael Miller, Board Member Doug Harris, and Allied Members Aloha Shoyu.
On May 10, over 75 HRA members gathered at The Kahala Hotel & Resort for the HRA Annual Membership Meeting. Highlights of the meeting included: Announcement of HRA Pavilion at the Hawaii Lodging, Hospitality & Foodservice Expo on July 12 & 13 at the Blaisdell. Legislative report including the controversial minimum wage bill that HRA was instrumental in killing. Membership report highlighting a 25% increase in membership over the prior year. New partnerships to grow membership and increase the value of HRA membership. Board Elections – new terms to take effect July 1, 2017 After the meeting, board members invited attendees for drinks and pupus on The Lanai.
X-1 World Events #47 Date: Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 5:00 pm / Doors at 4:00 pm (Main card at 7:00 pm) Venue: Blaisdell Arena Sale Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017 at 9:00 am Ticket Value: Advanced: $100 Cage side rows 1-2 $75 Floor $35 Risers Note: Arena level seating only Disclaimer: Ticket prices are subject to change without notice. Absolutely NO EXCHANGE OR REFUND. Day of: + $5 per ticket price ($105, $80, $40) Military discount with ID: $5 off all ticket prices ($95, $70, $30 / day of $100, $75, $35) The post X-1 World Events #47 appeared first on Neal S. Blaisdell Center & Waikiki Shell.
Jimmy Buffett Date: Saturday, November 4, 2017 at 7:00 pm Venue: Waikiki Shell Sale Date: Friday, June 9, 2017 at 9:00 am HST Ticket Value: $136.50 Pool / Terrace AA – EE rows 1-25 $89.50 Terrace A & F rows 17-25 $39.50 Lawn *Price includes $1 SFC donation *Disclaimer: Ticket prices are subject to change without notice. Absolutely NO EXCHANGE OR REFUND. Buy tickets here The post Jimmy Buffett appeared first on Neal S. Blaisdell Center & Waikiki Shell.
Hawaii Woman Expo An Event of Spirit, Wellness, & Style PLUS: Hawaii Sewing, Quilting, & Crafts Show Product & Service Categories: Jewelry, Fashions, Handbags, Purses, Totes, Designers, Cosmetics, Skin Care, Med-Spas, Hospitals, Food, Health, Wellness, Nutrition, Fitness, Sewing, Quilting, Equipment, Fabrics, Appliques, Art, Crafts, Spiritual Readings, Self-Improvement, Home Improvement, Career Opportunities, Finance, Direct Sales Companies, Retailers For more info: http://hawaiiwomanexpo.com/ Schedule: http://www.hawaiiwomanexpo.com/schedule.html Dates: Friday, September 8, 2017 at 3:00 – 9:00 pm Saturday, September 9, 2017 at 10:00 am – 6:00 pm Sunday, September 10, 2017 at 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Venue: Blaisdell Exhibition Hall Sale Date: 15 minutes prior to show time Note: Cash Only Promoter comp coupons to be exchanged at the Box office. Using Blaisdell Roll Tickets Ticket sales: Main box office Entrance: Main Concourse The post Hawaii Woman Expo appeared first on Neal S. Bla..
Greenroom Festival The GREENROOM FESTIVAL strives to bring people together through the music and art that they share, and to teach the importance of environmental consciousness and preservation. With these values in the forefront, the GREENROOM FESTIVAL endeavors to create a day filled with fun and beauty, all while positively affecting the future of our oceans and beaches through education. All of our artists, no matter their nationality or genre, are sure to bring their very best during the Festival- leaving you with memories of a day filled with great music and art. 1st announcement of artists line-up! Def Tech UKULELE GYPSY (KIYOSAKU from MONGOL800) THE DUKES OF SURF Honoka & Azita Dates: Saturday, September 9, 2017 at 3:00 pm Sunday, September 10, 2017 at 3:00 pm Venue: Waikiki Shell Sale Date: Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 9:00 am HST Ticket Value: September 9, 2017 $10 General Admission September 10, 2017 $30 (June 1-30, 2017) $40 (July 1-31, 2017) $50 (August 1 – Septembe..
King Kamehameha Hula Competition The 44th annual event showcases performaces by hālau hula from across the state and Japan. The groups will compete in categories including male, female and combined kahiko and ʻauana, as well as a kupuna wāhine ʻauana division and an oli (chanter) category. Date: Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 1:00 – 6:00 pm Venue: Blaisdell Arena Sale Date: Friday, June 2, 2017 at 9:00 am HST Ticket Value: $24.00 Riser A, C $12.50 Loges $10.50 Risers D-G, & N, P, S, T $8.50 Upper Level GA Buy your tickets here The post King Kamehameha Hula Competition appeared first on Neal S. Blaisdell Center & Waikiki Shell.
Harlem Globetrotters (ATLANTA, TBD) – The Harlem Globetrotters will bring their one-of-a-kind family entertainment to Honolulu when their 2017 World Tour comes to the Blaisdell Center on Saturday, Oct. 14 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., and on Sunday, Oct. 15 at 4 p.m. The Harlem Globetrotters recently wrapped up the first leg of their 2017 North American Tour and are now brining their world-renowned athleticism to Honolulu. Since their last trip to Hawaii, the Globetrotters have had an exciting year using their awe-inspiring talents to break nine Guinness World Records in a single day, the team also set the mark for the highest basketball shot ever recorded in North American off the Tower of Americas in San Antonio, from staggering 583-feet in the air. — Dates: Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 2:00 pm & 7:00 pm Sunday, October 15, 2017 at 4:00 pm Venue: Blaisdell Arena Sale Date: Pre-sale: Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 10:00 am – Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 10:00 pm (Password: AMAZING) On sale: Th..
Straight No Chaser If the phrase “male a cappella group” conjures up an image of students in blue blazers, ties, and khakis singing traditional college songs on ivied campuses… think again. Straight No Chaser (SNC) are neither strait-laced nor straight-faced, but neither are they vaudeville-style kitsch. They have emerged as a phenomenon with a massive fanbase, numerous national TV appearances and proven success with CD releases. Straight No Chaser is the real deal, the captivating sound of nine unadulterated human voices coming together to make extraordinary music that is moving people in a fundamental sense… and with a sense of humor. On the road, Straight No Chaser has built a reputation as an unforgettable live act. For more information, please visit www.sncmusic.com or www.emporiumpresents.com. Date: Tuesday, January 2, 2018 at 7:30 pm (Doors at 6:30 pm) Venue: Blaisdell Concert Hall Sale Date: Fan Club presale w/ password (online only) – Tuesday thru Thursday, May 16-18, 2017..
Ikaika Classic Join us at the Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall on June 17, 2017 for the Ikaika Classic, a NPC sanctioned Bodybuilding Event. Bodybuilding athletes from throughout Hawaii and mainland United States will be coming to compete in this show. There will be approximately 180-200 competitors, in different classes, from Men’s and Women’s Bodybuilding, Figure, Physique and Bikini divisions. This is all day adventure for all who want to participate. The daytime activities will build the excitement for the night show. Please visit their website for more information https://www.ikaikaclassic.com/. Date: Saturday, June 17, 2017 Prejudging Event – 7:30 am – 12:00 pm Night Event – 5:00 pm Venue: Blaisdell Concert Hall Sale Date: Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 10:00 am HST Ticket Value: Prejudging Event (EHC0617A) 7:30am – 12 noon $20 Gen Admission Night Event (EHC0617) 5pm: Selling Orchestra level only $75 Orch CC – C $50 Orch D – S $30 Orch T – Z *Disclaimer: Ticket prices are subject to ..