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Aloha Friday – What are you doing this weekend?

In Hawaii, Aloha Friday is the day that we take it easy and look forward to the weekend. So Kalani thought that on Fridays she would take it easy on posting, too. On her blog she’ll ask a simple question for us to answer. Nothing that requires a lengthy response. Then if we would like to participate, we can do the same.

I am participating this week and my question is:

What are you doing this weekend? I am looking at the different activities and events available this weekend and it seems like this is the busiest weekend of the year! I will post later in the comment section what I we will do, but for now I am curious what your plans are :)

For more Aloha Friday Posts, visit Kalani at An Island Life.

A Christmas Story at Iao Theatre

Maui OnStage’s A Christmas Story Opens Friday!
Opening December 5th, 2008 at the Historic Iao Theater, Wailuku

It’s Christmas time and there’s only one thing on Ralphie Parker’s Christmas list this year: a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200-Shot, Range Model Air Rifle, but many obstacles stand in the way of his dream because every adult that he confronts keeps telling him he’ll shoot his eye out. Meanwhile, The Old Man just got a major award (a lamp shaped like a woman’s leg), and Mom is making sure The Old Man doesn’t come near her turkey, Ralphie’s friend gets his tongue stuck to a flag pole, and Ralphie utters the f-word in front of his father. Christmas is drawing nearer and Ralphie visits Santa at the department store in hopes of asking him for his dream gift. Will he receive it? Let’s hope so! A Christmas Story is written by Jean Shepherd, adapted by Philip Grecian, directed by Steven Dascoulias and produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Company of Woodstock , Illinois .

PERFORMANCE TIMES for this production are:
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, December 5th thru December 14th, 2008
Fridays at 7:30pm, Saturdays at 2pm & 7:30pm with Sundays at 5pm.

For further show information, visit the MOS website or call the MOS box office line at 242-6969. This production is suitable for all ages.

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