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April 16 9:00AM - 10:00AM Oceanarium

Tank Talk

Explore local ecosystems, species, and conservation efforts firsthand with our aquarists. Dive into interactive discussions and gain insights into Hawaii's marine world.

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April 16 10:30AM - 11:00AM Oceanarium

Fish Feeding at the Oceanarium

Join us daily to watch fish feeding with our Oceanarium aquarists.  This endlessly fascinating and always changing view into our undersea world is located in our lobby.

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April 16 1:00PM - 2:00PM Lobby

Hula Lesson

Join us for an introductory class to hula! This is Hawai’i’s cultural dance that will connect you to a special part of our Hawaiian culture. You will learn a few basic steps and a song that will teach you a little about Hawai’i! Let’s hula!

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April 16 2:30PM - 3:00PM Oceanarium

Fish Feeding at the Oceanarium

Join us daily to watch fish feeding with our Oceanarium aquarists.  This endlessly fascinating and always changing view into our undersea world is located in our lobby.

Free
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April 16 6:30PM - 9:30PM Swell Pool & Bar

Music by Kamuela Kahoano

Kamuela Kahoano is a singer/songwriter, painter/visual artist and music producer from Honolulu, Hawaii. His music has elements of acoustic, folk, indie and alternative with Hawaiian influences.  He performs solo and was formerly the lead singer of the band Analog(ic). He is an accomplished player of both the ukulele and guitar, playing both left-handed; he also plays the djembe.   Kahoano claims many influences, including Coldplay, U2 and the Beatles. […]

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