Arts With Aloha

E KOMO MAI!

Aloha with Arts Calendar
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Welcome to O'ahu, a Hawaiian island diverse in natural beauty, rich in cultural heritage and blessed by the warmth of a friendly people. From breathtaking scenery where mountain meets ocean, to rustic communities nestled along miles of coastline, to Honolulu, a cosmopolitan center filled with excitement and energy, O'ahu offers the best of many worlds.

Come and discover a side of O'ahu beyond the beach. Look, listen, touch, and learn about an island enriched by the arts and steeped in ancient culture. O'ahu is truly the heart of Hawai'i and the heart of Hawaii’s art, history, and cultural movements. It’s not only a place where age-old Hawaiian traditions are still perpetuated, but also where the multi-cultural heritage and ethnic diversity of the islands is evident in every gallery and performing arts theatre. In addition, Oahu’s venues regularly attract nationally and internationally recognized artists, exhibitions, and theatre productions that contribute a dynamic component to the vibrant arts scene. Like no other island, O'ahu delivers the historical and cultural perspective that lets you experience the soulfulness of Hawai'i. It provides a visitor experience that both enriches the intellect and rejuvenates the spirit. A hidden gem in the Pacific found nowhere else, Oahu’s arts and cultural venues are a great place to meet the people of O'ahu with similar interests. So, join us and explore the Arts with Aloha and the palette of senses that our arts and cultural community has to offer. When you experience the arts and culture of O'ahu, you touch the heart of its soul.

Arts with Aloha brings the best of O'ahu to our visitors. Eighteen Honolulu arts and cultural institutions come together to present an outstanding offering of art, music, theatre, history, and culture. Come and Look, Listen, & Learn, and discover Oahu’s cultural treasures

For a free copy of the full-color, 44-page Arts With Aloha brochure, send a 4 1/4 x 9-inch letter-sized envelope with $1.11 postage on it to:

Arts With Aloha
C/O Honolulu Academy of Arts
900 S. Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI 96822
or call the 24-hour hotline at (808) 532-8713 and leave your name and address on the recording.


ARMY COMMUNITY THEATRE

The Army Community Theatre, serving the general public and the U.S. Army since 1942, has taken the production of musicals, new and classic, to great heights at Richardson Theatre, conveniently located at Ft. Shafter near the Honolulu International Airport. Military and civilian casts unite for the big names in entertainment, including recent season sell-outs that have included “West Side Story,” “The King and I,” “Kiss Me, Kate,” “Camelot,” and “The Secret Garden.” ACT soared to new heights by winning the first community theatre rights in Hawai'i to mega-musical hits: “Miss Saigon” in 2005 and “CATS” in 2006. With a full orchestra and majestic sets, ACT sets the standard for artistic excellence in Hawai'i. In addition, producer-director Vanita Rae Smith offers a popular “Readers Theatre” series on Sundays at 2 p.m. during the run of musicals. Smith adapts hit plays and chestnuts, and invites the audience to sit on stage as the actors re-create the show without benefit of costumes, sets or props. This “theatre of the mind” is reminiscent of live radio broadcasts in years gone by.

Address:
Richardson Theatre
Ft. Shafter, HI 96850

Performances:
Thursdays–Saturdays 7:30 p.m.,
Sundays 2:00 p.m. for Readers Theatre only

Admission:
Please call for latest rates.

Contacts:
Box Office: (808) 438-4480
Administrative Office: (808) 438-1980
Fax: (808) 438-1287


THE ARTS AT MARKS GARAGE

The ARTS at Marks Garage is the key community project of the Hawai'i Alliance for Arts Education. This collaborative gallery, performance and office space for businesses and non-profit organizations is an arts incubator for start-up ventures, original new material and experimental programming. Marks builds community and awareness for visual and performing arts and has built a reputation for being edgy and adventurous with the additional mission to transform this downtown neighborhood with the positive impact of culture and the arts. The partners include Hawai'i Craftsmen, Hawai'i Shakespeare Festival, Hawai'i Watercolor Society, PA'I Foundation, Smash Box Productions, Tim Bostock Productions, T-Rx Entertainment LLC and Youth Speaks Hawai'i.

Address:
1159 Nuuanu Avenue
Honolulu HI 96817

Hours:
Tuesday–Saturday 11:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

Admission:
Exhibitions usually free
Prices vary for performances
Some student discounts

Contacts:
Office: (808) 521-2903
Fax: (808) 521-2923

Web Site: http://www.artsatmarks.com/
Email Address: info@artsatmarks.com
(On bus route)


BALLET HAWAII

Ballet Hawaii is the State’s largest producing and presenting dance company, performing in leading venues on O'ahu and Maui, as well as doing outer island tours. Featuring the live music of the Honolulu Symphony, its production of “Nutcracker” at the Blaisdell Concert Hall is a holiday sell-out, complete with international visiting stars, a large corps de ballet, and the most adorable “sugar plums” in the Pacific. Its summer intensive training program attracts students from across the United States and Asia, culminating in 2005 with a fully-produced production of “Coppelia” starring John Selya from Broadway and San Francisco Ballet’s Joan Boada and Amanda Schull. Artistic Director Pamela Taylor-Tongg, formerly of the Atlanta Ballet, leads the training school and hosts master classes by guest artists from “Lord of the Dance,” the American Ballet Theatre and other schools. Ballet Hawaii also presents acclaimed dance companies from around the globe including Paul Taylor, Mark Morris Dance Theatre, Pilobolus, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Stars of the San Francisco Ballet, and Stars of the Beijing Ballet.

Address:
650 Iwilei Road
Box 221
Honolulu, HI 96817

Performances:
Seasonal

Admission:
Depends upon production and venue

Contacts:
Administrative Office and Studio: (808) 521-8600
Fax: (808) 521-0383

Web Site: http://www.ballethawaii.org/


BISHOP MUSEUM

As the largest natural history museum in the Pacific, visitors can experience the natural and cultural history of Hawai´i like never before! Daily program offerings include live hula, planetarium shows, exhibit tours, lava melting presentations, dramatic storytelling, exhibit and garden tours, and more. Learn more about Hawaiian crafts and art through cultural demonstrations including lei making, Hawaiian quilting, and ´ie ´ie weaving. View rare and beautiful artifacts from the people of Hawai´i’s and its monarchy and other cultures throughout the Pacific. Discover contemporary Native Hawaiian Art and Artists through changing exhibits in the Vestibule Gallery. Experiment with Hawai´i’s unique natural environment in the Museum’s Science Adventure Center, which includes a 26 ft. tall erupting volcano and interactive exhibits that put you at the heart of creation. See the Hawai´i Sports Hall of Fame and exciting traveling exhibits from around the world. Discover the history of Hawai´i and the Pacific at world-renowned, Bishop Museum.

Address:
1525 Bernice Street
Honolulu, HI 96817

Hours:
Daily except Christmas, 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

Admission:
Adults: $19.95
Seniors: $16.95
Junior, ages 4-12: $14.95
Children age 3 and under are free
Free parking

Contacts:
General Information: (808) 847-3511
(On bus and Waikïkï Trolley routes)

Web Site: http://www.bishopmuseum.org/
In Japanese: http://www.bishopmuseum.jp/


THE CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM

The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, is the only museum in the state of Hawai'i devoted exclusively to contemporary art. Changing exhibitions feature works by nationally and internationally renowned artists. The galleries, gift shop, and award-winning gardens and café are located at the renovated historic Spalding estate, set in a lush, intimate garden environment overlooking Honolulu. The 5 acres include terraced meditation gardens with walking paths. The Contemporary Museum’s downtown galleries at First Hawaiian Center present changing exhibitions of artworks by Hawai'i artists.

Address:
2411 Makiki Heights Drive
Honolulu, HI 96822

Hours:
Tuesday–Saturday 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Sunday 12:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays and major holidays

Café Hours:
Tuesday–Saturday 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.
Sunday 12:00 p.m.–2:00 p.m.

Admission:
Adults: $10.00
Children 4-14: $5.00
Children 3 and under: Free
Members: Free

Free to the public on the first Wednesday of each month.
Free admission to The Contemporary Museum Café

Downtown Galleries at First Hawaiian Center:
999 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Hours: Monday–Thursday 8:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Closed weekends and banking holidays
Admission
: Free to the public; validated parking for TCM members
(On bus route)

Contacts:
Exhibitions and events (808) 526-0232

Web Site: http://www.tcmhi.org/


DIAMOND HEAD THEATRE

Diamond Head Theatre, the “Broadway of the Pacific,” has produced quality live community theatre entertainment since 1915. As the third oldest continually operating theatre in the nation, Diamond Head Theatre presents six theatrical productions each season, featuring the latest musicals, plays and traditional favorites. With its large stage, yet intimate seating, Diamond Head Theatre is the perfect place for locals and tourists alike to have an up-close and personal experience of live theatre. Diamond Head Theatre also offers performing arts classes in acting, voice and dance for children and adults, and is the home of the youth performing troupe, the Diamond Head Theatre “Shooting Stars.”

Address:
520 Makapu'u Avenue
Honolulu, HI 96816

Performances:
Please visit our site for the latest play dates.

Admission:
Please vist our site for the latest ticket prices.

Contacts:
Box Office: (808) 733-0274
Administration: (808) 733-0277
Fax: (808) 735-1250
(On bus route)

Web Site: http://www.diamondheadtheatre.com/
Email Address: dht@diamondheadtheatre.com


HAWAI'I STATE ART MUSEUM

The Hawai'i State Art Museum is dedicated to presenting the largest and finest collection of works by Hawai'i artists that celebrate the diverse artistic and cultural legacy of Hawai'i. The museum features visionary artwork from the Art in Public Places Collection, which includes over 5,000 works of art by more than 1,400 artists that have been acquired since the collection began in 1967. This artwork is recognized as one of the most significant collections of late 20th and early 21st century art in Hawai'i. The collection is administered by the Hawai'i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts. Located in the historic No. 1 Capitol District Building, a Spanish-Mission style structure built in 1928, the museum has three galleries, a restaurant, a gift shop, an outdoor tiled lanai, a 70-seat multi-purpose room, and a volunteer resource center.

Address:
No. 1 Capitol District Building
250 South Hotel Street, 2nd Floor
Honolulu, HI 96813

Hours:
Tuesday–Saturday 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Closed Sunday, Monday, and all state holidays

Admission:
Free admission to the galleries

Contacts:
General information: (808) 586-0300
Recorded exhibition information: (808) 586-0900

Web Site: http://hawaii.gov/sfca/HiSAM.html
Email Address: ken.hamilton@hawaii.gov
(On bus and Waikïkï Trolley routes)


HAWAII THEATRE CENTER

The historic Hawaii Theatre in Honolulu’s downtown/Chinatown district is a jewel that was dubbed “The Pride of the Pacific” when it was built in 1922. Today the Hawaii Theatre continues to please audiences with its authentic Hawaiian programs, educational opportunities, and the diverse offerings of local, national and international presenters whose music and dance concerts, films and festivals, plays and other programs light up the 1,400-seat hall throughout the year. It has hosted everything from Broadway’s “A Chorus Line” to international hits such as “Slava’s Snowshow” and “Stomp” to performances by Les Ballets Trockadero, the Shanghai Circus, Momix, Paul Taylor Dance Company, Mel Torme, and the big names in Hawaiian entertainment — The Brothers Cazimero, Keali'i Reichel, Makana and many more. The Theatre’s auditorium and well-appointed Weyand Banquet Room, with full catering kitchen, are available to rent for meetings, receptions and convention groups. Learn more about the nationally recognized Hawaii Theatre, the centerpiece of downtown’s revitalization, on a docent-led tour as the 1922 Robert Morton Theatre Organ and colorful anecdotes bring Honolulu’s history to life.

Address:
1130 Bethel Street
Honolulu, HI 96813

Contacts:
Box Office: (808) 528-0506
Administration for rental and production information: (808) 791-1306
(On bus route)

Web Site: http://www.hawaiitheatre.com/


HONOLULU ACADEMY OF ARTS

At Hawaii‘s only encyclopedic fine arts museum you can walk through 4,000 years of art, going from Ancient Egypt to 20th-century Europe. The historic 1927 building, organized around tranquil courtyards, is home to one of the country's finest collections of Asian art; works by van Gogh, Gauguin, and Monet; and a comprehensive modern collection of works by such artists as Francis Bacon, Lee Bontecou, and Robert Rauschenberg. Have a Mediterranean-accented lunch at the open-air Pavilion Cafe, browse The Academy Shop, and let the children have fun in the Museum Learning Center‘s Art Studio. The Doris Duke Theatre features innovative programming of film, music and performance.

Address:
900 South Beretania Street
Honolulu, HI 96814

Hours:
Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.;
Sunday 1:00 p.m.–4:30 p.m.
Closed Mondays and all federal holidays.

Admission:
Adults: $10.00
Children 4-17: $5.00
Children 3 and under: free
First Wednesday of every month is free.

Guided Tours:
Please visit our Adult Tours page for more information.

Contacts:
General Information: (808) 532-8700
Recorded Exhibition Information: (808) 532-8701
Recorded Theatre Schedule: (808) 532-8768
Fax: (808) 532-8787

Web Site: http://www.honoluluacademy.org
Email Address: frontdesk@honoluluacademy.org


HONOLULU SYMPHONY

The Honolulu Symphony, founded in 1900, is the oldest orchestra west of the Rocky Mountains and has been committed to artistic excellence for more than 100 years. The Honolulu Symphony has established a legacy as one of Hawaii’s great cultural and educational resources, deeply committed to exploring the challenges of cultural diversity in a community that has rapidly become a crossroads for the world. The Honolulu Symphony presents two major concert series each year, the Halekulani MasterWorks and the Grammy-nominated Honolulu Symphony Pops. No matter what concert you go to, you will be offered a world-class musical experience in paradise. The Symphony proudly presents some of the world’s finest artists throughout the year. Be sure to visit our website at www.honolulusymphony.com for a complete schedule and ticket information.

Address:
650 Iwilei Road, Suite 202
Honolulu, HI 96817

Concert Venue:
Neal S. Blaisdell Center Concert Hall
Corner of King Street and Ward Avenue

Contacts:
Box Office (808) 792-2000
(On bus and Waikïkï Trolley routes)


HONOLULU THEATRE FOR YOUTH

Honolulu Theatre for Youth produces original and classic theatre for kids and families to enjoy. HTY is Hawaii’s only non-profit professional theatre company. Founded in 1955, it is recognized the world over as one of America’s most honored theatres, in particular for its commitment to bringing original, locally-authored works about Hawai'i to the stage. From the annual holiday extravaganza “Christmas Talk Story” to the myriad other themes explored throughout the season, visiting families find HTY performances a thrilling and enjoyable way to immerse themselves in the culture of Hawai'i.

Address
Tenney Theatre
St. Andrew's Cathedral
Queen Emma Square
Honolulu, HI 96813

Performances:
Varying days and times

Contacts:
Box office (808) 839-9885
Fax: (808) 839-7018

Website: http://www.htyweb.org/
(On bus route)


'IOLANI PALACE

Hawaii’s Royal Palace is the official residence of the last monarchs of Hawai'i, King Kalakaua and his sister and successor, Queen Lili'uokalani. For a thousand years the islands of Hawai'i were divided by small kingdoms, but in 1810 were unified under Kamehameha I. Hawaiian kings and queens ruled their united kingdom for almost a century. Trace the footsteps of royalty with your docent as you take a historic journey from the completion of King Kalakaua’s new palace in 1882 to the dethronement of Queen Lili'uokalani in 1893. Visit the Palace Shop for an array of books and gift specialities relating to 'Iolani Palace and the monarchy period.

Address:
King and Richards Streets
Honolulu, HI 96813

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 2259
Honolulu, HI 96804

Tour Days:
Tuesday–Saturday

Admission:
Call (808) 522-0832 for Tour Menu, Schedule & Prices
Children under age 5 are not admitted on the Grand Tour.
Reservations strongly recommended.
Limited meter parking is available on the grounds, or on King and Richards streets.
Vehicular entry on Likelike Mall.

Contacts:
Reservations: (808) 522-0832
Fax: (808) 532-1051
(On bus and Waikïkï Trolley routes)

Web Site: http://www.iolanipalace.org/


KUMU KAHUA THEATRE

For over thirty-five years and 150 productions, Kumu Kahua Theatre has worked to foster an indigenous theatre unique to Hawai'i, contending that life in these islands and our history are as rich a source of drama and theatre as any other place, as any other culture. Housed in Downtown Honolulu’s historic Kamehameha V Post Office Building since 1994, Kumu Kahua produces five plays a season, most of which are world premiere productions that explore the diverse cultural legacies of Hawai'i’s population. Kumu Kahua and its intimate 100-seat playhouse attract some of Hawai'i’s most talented actors, directors, playwrights, designers and other theater artists and technicians, who support our mission to present “Plays about Life in Hawai'i - Plays by Hawai'i’s playwrights - Plays for Hawai'i’s people.”

Kumu Kahua Theatre has toured throughout the islands, including to the Maui Arts & Cultural Center and Okinawan Cultural Center, and represented Hawai'i at numerous theatre festivals, including those in Edinburgh, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, American Samoa, and the Philippines.

Kumu Kahua productions are supported by the State Foundation on Culture & the Arts, celebrating more than thirty years of culture & the arts in Hawai'i; the Mayor's Office of Culture & the Arts, Mufi Hannemann, Mayor; The Annenberg Foundation; the Hawai'i Community Foundation; and Foundations, Businesses, Subscribers & Patrons.

Address:
46 Merchant Street (on the corner of Merchant & Bethel Streets)
Honolulu, HI 96813

Performances:
Please call for latest playdates.

Admission:
Please call for latest rates.

Contacts:
Box office: (808) 536-4441
Business office: (808) 536-4222
Fax: (808) 536-4226


MANOA HERITAGE CENTER

At the Manoa Heritage Center, the history of Manoa Valley and its early inhabitants is brought to the fore against a backdrop of rare natural beauty. Founded in 1996 by Sam and Mary Cooke as a non-profit organization, the Center offers visitors intimate portraits of Hawaii’s fabled past and its dynamic present. Docents lead guests along stone pathways to a sacred place, Kukaoo Heiau, one of very few Hawaiian temples remaining on the island of Oahu. Around the heiau lie gardens of rare and beautiful native plants, including many endangered species. Also featured are plants introduced to the islands by early Polynesian settlers and vital to their daily lives. Visitors hear tales of the stately home, Kualii, built nearly one hundred years ago by descendents of Protestant missionaries to the islands. Kualii is on the U. S. National Register of Historic Places. It remains today a private residence, but will one day be open to the public.

Please call to schedule a tour and receive directions on how to reach the Manoa Heritage Center.

Address:
2859 Manoa Road
Honolulu, HI 96822

Tours:
Monday through Saturday by guided tour only. Advance reservations required.

Admission:
Adults, $7.00
Seniors (62+) and Military, $4.00
Students and Children, free

Contacts:
(808) 988-1287

Web Site: www.manoaheritagecenter.org
Email Address: manoaheritagecenter@hawaiiantel.net


MANOA VALLEY THEATRE

Since its inception in 1969, Manoa Valley Theatre has cemented its reputation as one of Hawaii’s most celebrated and exciting producing theatres. It offers contemporary, mainstream Broadway and Off-Broadway entertainment by some of Hawaii’s finest local talent. Located in lush Manoa Valley just minutes from Waikiki, MVT is an intimate, 150-seat venue that attracts local residents and visiting patrons year-round. Its flexible space allows the theatre to be reconfigured in exciting new ways for each production. Each season, MVT presents six mainstage plays and musicals. A new play is staged approximately every two months for a three- to six-week run.

Address:
2833 East Manoa Road
Honolulu, HI 96822

Performances:
Please visit our website for latest playdates.

Admission:
Please visit our website to purchase tickets online.

Contacts:
Box office: (808) 988-6131
Fax: (808) 988-3179
(On bus route)

Website: http://www.manoavalleytheatre.com/


MISSION HOUSES MUSEUM

Visitors are welcome to tour the Mission Houses Museum in downtown Honolulu. The original headquarters of the Sandwich Islands Mission, it was established in 1820 by New England Protestant missionaries sent from Boston. Three historic houses from that era, the Frame House, the Printing Office and the Chamberlain House are brought to life through guided tours, cultural exhibitions and educational programs. The Hawaiian Mission Children’s Society Library is a rare book, manuscript and special collections library. Located on the Museum grounds, it is open to the public. Visit the Museum Shop, which specializes in island-inspired crafts, Hawaiian quilts and related items, books on Hawaiian language, culture and history. Please call for information about tours, Kama'aina days, classes, educational programs and special events. The Mission Houses Museum is a registered National Historic Landmark.

Address:
553 South King Street
Honolulu, HI 96813

Museum & Shop Hours:
Tuesday–Saturday, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

Library Hours:
Tuesday–Friday, 10:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

House Tour & Special Exhibition Admission:

Guided House Tours:
Tuesday Saturday, 11:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m.

Japanese Language House Tours:
By arrangement

General - $10
Kama'aina, Sr. Citizen (55+) & Military - $8
Students (age 6 to College w/ID) - $6
Museum Benefactors FREE
*Reservations for tours are required for groups of 10 of more.

Contacts:
General Information: (808) 531-0481
Fax: (808) 545-2280
(On bus and Waikïkï Trolley routes)

Web Site: http://www.missionhouses.org/
Email Address: info@missionhouses.org


QUEEN EMMA SUMMER PALACE

The historic Queen Emma Summer Palace is situated in lush Nu'uanu Valley on the island of O'ahu. It is located five miles from Downtown Honolulu and ten miles from Waikïkï. This New England-style house was constructed on the East Coast, transported around Cape Horn by ship, and assembled in its present location in 1848 for Queen Emma, consort of King Kamehameha IV. The verdant garden of tropical flowers and trees, both native and introduced, are typical of the 19th century era when Queen Emma used the home to escape the hot and dusty climate of Honolulu. On display are artifacts, furnishings and personal items of the royal families of Hawai'i. The Summer Palace was saved from demolition by the nonprofit organization Daughters of Hawai'i. Today, the Daughters preserve and maintain this residence and the Hulihe'e Palace in Kailua-Kona as museums open to the public.

Address:
2913 Pali Highway
Honolulu, HI 96817

Hours:
Daily, 9:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Closed: Thanksgiving Day, Half Day Christmas
Eve, Christmas Day, Half Day New Year’s Eve,
New Year’s Day, March 26, Easter, Memorial
Day, June 11, July 4, Labor Day

Contact:
Phone: (808) 595-3167

Web Site: http://www.daughtersofhawaii.org/
Email Address: doh1903@hawaii.rr.com
(On bus route)


UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI'I ART GALLERY

Nestled in a courtyard of bamboo and irises, the University of Hawai'i Art Gallery presents a changing program of historical and contemporary exhibitions including the ever popular International Shoebox Sculpture Exhibition. Consisting of over 4000 square feet of versatile exhibition space, the Gallery has developed an international reputation for the quality of its exhibitions and publications both in content and design. Weekly exhibits in the Commons Gallery feature the work of students and visiting artists. Other campus galleries include the John Young Museum of Art and the School of Architecture Gallery. A selfguided tour of art on campus is available. The East-West Center Gallery and the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawai'i are nearby.

Address:
Department of Art & Art History
2535 McCarthy Mall
Honolulu, HI 96822

Hours:
Late August through mid-May;
Monday–Friday 10:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.,
Sunday 12:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.,
Closed Saturdays and holidays

Admission:
Admission to campus galleries is free
Parking fees may apply

Contacts:
Call for exhibition schedules: (808) 956-6888
Fax: (808) 956-9659

Web Site: http://www.hawaii.edu/artgallery/
Email Address: gallery@hawaii.edu

Other Exhibition Sites:
East-West Center Gallery: (808) 944-7111
John Young Museum of Art: (808) 956-3634
School of Architecture Gallery: (808) 956-7225
(On bus route)


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