Honolulu, Hawaii 2021-10-15 22:12:55 –
Honolulu — Missing Weekend Plans? Well, here are some activities for you to check out.
Check out the “What 2 Do” update for the weekend from October 15th to 17th.
You can finally buy a ticket Trunk or treat drive-through Located at Pearlridge Center. The event will take place on October 29th, but participants are encouraged to get tickets for the event early.
Tickets are free, but must be booked in advance. There are live music and character costumes, and when you drive through, the staff will load the goods into the trunk. To book a ticket here..
You can also release steam in Hawaii’s first angry room. This month, they are providing cancer patients with space to grind their cancer.
Break and anger During Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October), cancer patients said they could grind for free. The owner of the Anger Room said he wanted to do more for the community. That’s why the company offers free lessons to people fighting cancer through the “Smash Gun” program.
If you want to make things easier and enjoy a cocktail in Waikiki, go this weekend. Hideaway At Laylow. They serve breakfast and dinner daily and also participate in Honolulu Pride Month, which is celebrated in October.
You can get this delicious and sparkling cocktail for a month, topped with gin, lavender syrup, lemon juice and champagne. Ben Buckley is the general manager of Cocktail Bar Hideout.
If you want to relax after a long day of work or have a coffee with your friends in the morning, he said their atmosphere is perfect.
Being in Waikiki, Buckley said he had to celebrate the Honolulu Pride Moon with a new pink sparkling drink.
“When we heard that the theme of this year’s pride was Shaka and Shine, we decided to actually make a sparkling or sparkling cocktail,” Buckley said. “So I riffed a classic cocktail called French 75. I put some extra ingredients in it to make the drink really sparkle.”
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The profit of this Shinny Cocktail is Hawaii Health and Harm Mitigation Center.. Its mission is to help fight and fight HIV, hepatitis, homelessness, substance abuse and mental illness stigma in the community.
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