130th Engineer Brigade
Information & Events Binder
July 2013
Published By: Elva Pantoja-Castro
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JULY CALENDAR
Jul 8 & 9 – AFTB Level K – 0900 – 1430 at 6055 East Range Road
Jul 8 – Scream Free Marriage – 1730 - 1900 AC...
4th of July: Independence Day Events
WEDNESDAY, JULY 3
„Pau Hana Fireworks Celebration‟ at Aloha Tower Marketplace
Family-...
Fourth of July: Independence Day Events
„July 4th Beachfest‟ at Hickam Harbor
Featuring music by the Air Force Band of the...
A SALUTE TO VALOR MUSIC FESTIVAL
July 04, 2013 2:00pm
Honolulu Hawaii
Battleship Missouri Memorial
63 Cowpens St
Honolulu,...
130TH ENGINEER BRIGADE
CARE RESPONSE TEAM TRAINING (CRT)
CARING FOR OUR FAMILIES DURING
THEIR DARKEST HOURS OF NEED…
The C...
PARKS
Sea Life Park
General Admission
Valid until 15 Sept 2013
Adult: $12.00
Junior (3-12yrs): $10.00
Dolphin Encounter
Va...
LUAUS
Ali‟i Luau Roll Back Special
Offer expires 31 August 2013
**All day package includes general admission, Luau dinner,...
Schedule of Events
Food and Retail booths open from 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Keiki activities open from 5:00pm - 9:00pm
5:00 – 5:1...
KOREAN FESTIVAL
July 13, 2013
10am - 8pm
Kapiolani Park
2805 Monsarrat Ave Honolulu, HI 96815
www.koreanfestivalhi.com
See...
Haleiwa Arts Festival
July 20, 2013 10:00am - 6:00pm
July 21, 2013 10:00am - 5:00pm
Haleiwa Beach Park
Hwy 83 Haleiwa, HI ...
MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S GLEAM:
FOSTER BOTANICAL GARDEN
July 20, 2013
4:00pm - 9:00pm
50 North Vineyard
Honolulu, HI 96817
Midsum...
“HUAKA`I O KAMANANUI”
THE 36TH ANNUAL PRINCE LOT HULA FESTIVAL
MOANALUA GARDENS FOUNDATION (MGF) WILL PRESENT “HUAKA`I O
K...
Ala Moana Beach Park
July 27, 2013 to July 28, 2013
1201 Ala Moana Blvd
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814
www.dragonboathawaii.com
HA...
33RD ANNUAL HONOLULU TINMAN TRIATHLON
July 28, 2013 5:30am - 12:00pm
Kapiolani Park
2755 Monsarrat Ave
Honolulu, Hawaii 96...
The Schofield Barracks Health & Fitness Center opening has
been delayed until mid May to complete renovations. The
renovat...
Jul 2013 information & events binder
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  1. 1. 130th Engineer Brigade Information & Events Binder July 2013 Published By: Elva Pantoja-Castro .
  2. 2. JULY CALENDAR Jul 8 & 9 – AFTB Level K – 0900 – 1430 at 6055 East Range Road Jul 8 – Scream Free Marriage – 1730 - 1900 ACS Ft Shafter Jul 9 – FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising) – 0900 – 1300 at ACS Jul 9 – Stress Management – 1800 – 1930 at ACS Jul 11 – Car Buying – 0930 – 1130 at ACS Financial ResilienceCenter (Bldg 647) Jul 11 – Parenting with Aloha – 1400 – 1530 at Ft Shafter Aloha Center Jul 12 – Employment Orientation – 0900 – 1030 at ACS Jul 15 – Scream Free Marriage – 1730 - 1900 ACS Ft Shafter Jul 16 – Credit – 0930 – 1130 at ACS Financial ResilienceCenter (Bldg 647) Jul 18 & 19– Ten Steps to a Federal Resume 2 Day Seminar – 0900 – 1100 ACS Jul 18 – Anger Awareness – 1500 – 1600 at ACS Jul 19 – Stress Management – 1100 – 1230 at Ft Shafter Aloha Center Jul 19 – Employment Orientation – 0900 – 1030 at ACS Jul 22 – Scream Free Marriage – 1730 - 1900 ACS Ft Shafter Jul 25 – CivilianResume Writing Class – 0900 – 1030 at ACS Jul 26 – Employment Orientation – 0900 – 1030 at ACS Jul 27 – Boot Camp for New Dads – 0900 – 1200 at ACS Jul 29 – Scream Free Marriage – 1730 - 1900 ACS Ft Shafter Jul 30 – FRG Essential (FRG 101, Key Caller) – 1800 – 2000 at ACS Jul 31 – FRG Essential (Fundraising) – 1800 – 1930 at ACS Please call to register for any of the above classes Schofield Barracks ACS 655-4227 Schofiled Barracks Resiliency Center 655-1866 Fort Shafter ACS 438-9285
  3. 3. 4th of July: Independence Day Events WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 „Pau Hana Fireworks Celebration‟ at Aloha Tower Marketplace Family-friendly celebrationwith fireworks show (8:45 p.m.), keiki activities (including balloon art, face-painting, airbrushtattoos), food booths, beer gardens, live entertainment (Pimpbot, Jason Alan, hypnotist Greg Gabaylo, 11-year-oldNick La‟a, the JoP Dancers and the Air Force Band of the Pacific) and prizes, 5-9 p.m. Free. 528- 5700, alohatower.com „Red, White & Brews‟ VIP pier party with fireworks viewing (8:45 p.m.), picnic-themed menu and live music by Xcite and Funkshun, 6:30-9 p.m. (music till 12:30 a.m.), Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant. $45 (plus tax, tip). Reservations: 387- 5674 Cocktail & Fireworks Cruise Bubbly toast, live Hawaiian music and view of Aloha Tower fireworks on Star of Honolulu‟s Hawaiian catamaran, 8:15-9:45 p.m., Kewalo Basin. $37.55-$50. 983-7827,starofhonolulu.com THURSDAY, JULY 4 42nd annual „Fourth of July Spectacular‟ at Schofield Barracks Featuring Grammy-nominated pop/rock band OneRepublic (5:30 p.m.), fireworks (8:30 p.m.), Grammy-winning alternativerock band Switchfoot (4 p.m.), EMKE and other live music acts, rides, games, mechanicalbull, pony rides, crafts/new products bazaar and food booths, 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Schofield Barracks. Free admission; Department of Defense ID required. Gate entry information: 655-0002, 655-0113,himwr.com 67th annual KailuaIndependenceDay Parade Themed “True Blue Kailua,” featuring about 40 vehicles and floats, four bands (including the Royal Hawaiian Band) and 200 marchers, 10 a.m.-noon, Kainalu Drive (Palapu Street to Kailua Intermediate School). Free. 261- 7997, kailuachamber.com Patriotic Songs and „Home of the Brave‟ Quilt Project Live music at noon by the Melemai Kapu‟uwaimai Vocal Ensemble and display and signing of quilts to be presented to families of fallen Hawaii soldiers, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Pacific Aviation Museum. Free with museum admission ($7-$20). pacificaviationmuseum.org Turtle Bay Resort Fourth of July Celebration Featuring fireworks display (8 p.m.); food booths, Primo beer garden; live entertainment (2-8 p.m.) by John Cruz, Kapena, Darren Benitez, Kamaka Fernandez, Kairoots and Typical Hawaiians; Da Hui Paddle Race and stand-up paddleboard expo with entertainment, booths, Hawaiian sledding, bounce houses and water slide, 10:45 a.m.-8 p.m. (after-party with Typical Hawaiians at Surfer, The Bar, 9 p.m.-2 a.m.), Turtle Bay Resort. Free ($5 cover at Surfer). Blankets, low-back chairs OK; no coolers. 293-6000,turtlebayresort.com
  4. 4. Fourth of July: Independence Day Events „July 4th Beachfest‟ at Hickam Harbor Featuring music by the Air Force Band of the Pacific and the Pacific Fleet Band, free stand-up paddling and harbor boat tours, prize giveaways, Sam Choy‟s food for purchase, keiki tattoos and balloon art, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam. Free admission; Department of Defense ID required. Overnight camping info: 449-5215. greatlifehawaii.com „Independence Day at Maunalua Bay‟ Festival Sixth annual event, with a fireworks show (8 p.m.) by Grucci Hawaii, live entertainment (Maunalua, Aidan James, Heart and Soul, Steven Inglis, others), barbecue food for purchase, keiki decorated bike parade and contest (3 p.m.); watermelon-eating contest, sustainabilitybooths and face painting, 1-9 p.m., Maunalua Bay Beach Park. Free. idmbg.com „A Salute to Valor‟ Music Festival Patriotic concert featuring a chorus of performers from ensembles around the country and tour of the USS Missouri, 2 p.m., Battleship Missouri Memorial, Ford Island, Pearl Harbor. $7. 800-727-1999, ext. 166, salutetovalor.com Ala Moana Center‟s 22nd annual Fourth of July Spectacular Featuring Hawaii‟s largest Fourth of July fireworks show (8:30 p.m.), launched from Ala Moana Beach Park with synchronized soundtrack on Krater 96 FM, and outdoor concert featuring John Cruz, Ho‟okena, Nesian N.I.N.E., the Pacific Fleet Entertainment Band and Lehua Kalima, 5-8 p.m., level 2 makai-Ewa parking deck, Ala Moana Center. Also: island music acts Candy Diaz and Shar Carillo, 3-5 p.m., level 3, Nordstrom wing. Free. 955-9517, alamoanacenter.com Fourth of July Concert at HiltonHawaiianVillage Featuring Kalapana, Lehua Kalima of Na Leo Pilimehana and Shawn Pimental, a benefit for the HonoluluZoo Society, 5:30 p.m., Hilton Hawaiian Village, Great Lawn. $20-$25; VIP barbecue dinner package $75. 478-2985, groovetickets.com Star of Honolulu Fireworks Cruises Steak and seafood dinner, live music and view of the sunset and fireworks along the Waikiki coastline, 6:15-9:15 p.m., Aloha Tower Marketplace, Pier 8. $73.60-$139.983-7827, starofhonolulu.com 12th annual KailuaBay Fourth of July Air Show Veteran pilots Hank Bruckner and Clint Churchillperform aerobatics in their French-builtCAP-10C and German-built Extra 300L, 6-6:30 p.m., offshore of Kailua Beach (best viewing at Kailua Beach Park). Free Cocktail & Fireworks Cruise Bubbly toast, live Hawaiian music and view of fireworks on the Star of Honolulu‟s Hawaiian catamaran, 7:45-9:15 p.m., Kewalo Basin. $37.55-$50. 983-7827, starofhonolulu.com Kailua Fourth of July Fireworks Presented by the Kailua Fireworks Committee, 8 p.m., Kailua Beach Park. Free. 478-5230, kailuafireworks.com FRIDAY, JULY 5 First Friday second annual „Star-Studded Evening of Jazz and Blues‟ Featuring Shari Lynn, Starr Kalahiki, Al Harrington, Chuck James Trio and Ernest Golden, presented by the Hawaii Friends of Civil Rights, 6-8:30 p.m., Hawai‟i State Art Museum.
  5. 5. A SALUTE TO VALOR MUSIC FESTIVAL July 04, 2013 2:00pm Honolulu Hawaii Battleship Missouri Memorial 63 Cowpens St Honolulu, Hawaii 96818 www.salutetovalor.com In tribute to the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces, the BattleshipMissouri Memorial will celebratethe Fourth of July holiday with “A Salute to Valor Music Festival.” Performers from ensembles aroundthe country will join together to form the Festival Chorus and honor Independence Day with America‟s favorite patriotic music. After the music festival, concertgoers can tour the BattleshipMissouri Memorialat their leisure. Shuttleservice to the BattleshipMissouriMemorial from the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument will be available for those without base access to Ford Island. Please adhere to the no bag policy. Tickets are $7.00 per person and include admission to the BattleshipMissouri Memorial. To purchase tickets in advance, please contact Corporate Travel Service: 1-800-727-1999 ext. 166 or ddifranco@ctscentral.net. For more information, please visit the Salute to Valor website: www.salutetovalor.com.
  6. 6. 130TH ENGINEER BRIGADE CARE RESPONSE TEAM TRAINING (CRT) CARING FOR OUR FAMILIES DURING THEIR DARKEST HOURS OF NEED… The Care Response Team are the first responders after Casualty Notification and allows for a pre-established plan that may offer short-term emotional and logistical support to the Family of a deceased or injured Soldier (in theater or garrison) or for death of a spouse or Family member, being sure not to duplicate any assistance or services provided officially through the Army or Army service channels. CRT’s convey a critical message to the Soldiers, spouses and Families… that people care..that the Army cares CRT Training Wednesday July 31st, 2013 5pm-9pm 130th Engineer Brigade Classroom Bldg 772 Wiliston Ave POC: Elva Pantoja-Castro 655-9001 Limited seating available. To reserve a seat please email your name, unit and contact number NLT Friday July 26th to : Elva.j.pantoja-castro.civ@mail.mil
  7. 7. PARKS Sea Life Park General Admission Valid until 15 Sept 2013 Adult: $12.00 Junior (3-12yrs): $10.00 Dolphin Encounter Valid until 15 Sept 2013 Adults & Juniors: $74.00 ***cannot be combined with any other offers or promotions*** Shark Trek and/ or Sea Lion Swim Combo Offer expires 31 December 2013 Book a Dolphin Encounter, Swim Adventure or Royal Swim for the normal price and add the Shark Trek and/ or the Sea Lion Swim for an additional $38.00 (adults/ juniors). Ages 8 + only! Wet and Wild Water Park General Admission and Meal Combo Valid until 31 August 2013 Good towards a single day visit through August 31, 2013. Included is a meal voucher good towards a complete meal (sandwich, side item and soft drink) at the Windjammer Food Court. Adults & Juniors: $37.00 LAND TOURS Podium Raceway 2 Races for $25 Offer expires 31 December 2013 Offer must be used by same person. Must have Trackpass ($5.35) in order to purchase this special offer Adult/Junior: 2 races for $25.00 LUAUS Ali‟i Luau Roll Back Special Offer expires 31 August 2013 **All day package includes general admission, Luau dinner, and show Ha-Breath of Life. Adult: $64.00 Children (5-11yrs): $52.00
  8. 8. LUAUS Ali‟i Luau Roll Back Special Offer expires 31 August 2013 **All day package includes general admission, Luau dinner, and show Ha-Breath of Life. Adult: $64.00 Children (5-11yrs): $52.00 NEW! Island Luau Special Offer expires 31 August 2013 **All day package includes general admission, Luau-with Hawaiian and Samoan inspired food, and show Ha-Breath of Life. Adult: $64.00 Children (5-11yrs): $52.00 Gateway Buffet Package Military Special Offer expires 31 August 2013 **All day package includes general admission, Gateway Buffet dinner, and HA-Breath of Life. Adult: $45.00 Children (5-11yrs): $30.00 General Admission Special - $15.00 Offer expires 31 August 2013 **Includes general admission only Ages 5+: $15.00 Gateway Buffet and Show Only - $25.00 Offer expires 31 August 2013 **Includes Gateway Buffet dinner and HA-Breath of Life show ONLY. Adult: $25.00 Children (5-11yrs): $25.00 NEIGHBOR ISLAND ACTIVITIES Kaua’i Backcountry Adventure Zip Line Offer expires 1 March 2014 **Seven zip line course that is 3.5 hours long. Must weigh between 100-250lbs. Includes lunch. Adult (ages 12 & older): $99.00 ***Please note prices and specials are subject to change without notice***
  9. 9. Schedule of Events Food and Retail booths open from 5:00pm - 10:00pm Keiki activities open from 5:00pm - 9:00pm 5:00 – 5:10pm Opening: Emcee Kreyz Oshiro 5:10 – 5:45pm Ukulele Hale 5:45 – 6:00pm Pacific Buddhist Academy Taiko 6:00 – 7:00pm Bon Dance 7:00 – 7:45pm Hawaii Soul 7:45 – 8:45pm Bon Dance 8:45 – 9:30pm Tahiti Rey & Jason Alan 9:30 – 10:30pm Bon Dance http://www.moiliilisummerfest.com/ The Moiliili Summer Fest is a lively event that brings togetherthe community in one of Honolulu‟soldest and most vivacious neighborhoods. Last year, over 5,000 people danced in the city‟s largest Japanese Bon Dance of the season,ate fresh, local foods and visiteda rich array of area retailers. The Moiliili Summer Fest Committee is comprisedof the Old Town Moiliili Business Association, Moiliili Hongwanji Mission, Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, Moiliili Community Center, and the Universityof Hawai„i. We‟ve got a great team assembled, and hope you‟ll join us in the effort. Moiliili Summer Fest July 6, 2013
  10. 10. KOREAN FESTIVAL July 13, 2013 10am - 8pm Kapiolani Park 2805 Monsarrat Ave Honolulu, HI 96815 www.koreanfestivalhi.com See live Korean dance performances, Korean martial arts demonstrations, cultural exhibits and savor the Taste of Korea with many food booths to sample. Enjoy the day and listen and enjoy the entertainment of Korea.
  11. 11. Haleiwa Arts Festival July 20, 2013 10:00am - 6:00pm July 21, 2013 10:00am - 5:00pm Haleiwa Beach Park Hwy 83 Haleiwa, HI 96712 http://www.haleiwaartsfestival.org Event features visual arts display and sales, performing artists, arts demonstrations, historical tours, storytelling, student art, children’s arts activities, food booths, and community non-profit information booths, all with free admission and parking.
  12. 12. MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S GLEAM: FOSTER BOTANICAL GARDEN July 20, 2013 4:00pm - 9:00pm 50 North Vineyard Honolulu, HI 96817 Midsummer Night's Gleam Foster Botanical Garden Saturday, July 20, 2013 A Family Night Free Admission Foster Botanical Garden will be turned into a magical wonderland with 2500 luminaries sparkling along the pathways weaving through the garden. Watch the high-spirited lion dance Enjoy the music of the bagpiper as the Scottish dancers do their jig Unwind with the relaxing sounds of the Air Force Jazz Band Smell the night blooming flowers See the Mongolian Tribesmen & their fighting knights. Children Activities from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.: Arts & Crafts, Bamboo Music, Botanical Games, Bubbles, Face Painting & More!! For more information call 522-7064
  13. 13. “HUAKA`I O KAMANANUI” THE 36TH ANNUAL PRINCE LOT HULA FESTIVAL MOANALUA GARDENS FOUNDATION (MGF) WILL PRESENT “HUAKA`I O KAMANANUI…A JOURNEY INTO KAMANANUI, “ THE 36TH ANNUAL PRINCE LOT HULA FESTIVAL, AT SPECTACULAR MOANALUA GARDENS ON SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2013, FROM 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M. THE LARGEST NON- COMPETITIVE HULA CELEBRATION IN HAWAI‘I, THE FESTIVAL IS HELD EACH YEAR TO HONOR PRINCE LOT KAPUĀIWA WHO REPRISED THE ONCE FORBIDDEN HULA IN THE DISTRICT OF MOANALUA.
  14. 14. Ala Moana Beach Park July 27, 2013 to July 28, 2013 1201 Ala Moana Blvd Honolulu, Hawaii 96814 www.dragonboathawaii.com HAWAII DRAGONBOAT FESTIVAL This year, Dragon Boat Fever is going to take Hawaii by storm! Dragon Boat Festival 2013 will feature: more races, more organized practices, more competing teams, more local entertainment, and more FUN! MBA
  15. 15. 33RD ANNUAL HONOLULU TINMAN TRIATHLON July 28, 2013 5:30am - 12:00pm Kapiolani Park 2755 Monsarrat Ave Honolulu, Hawaii 96815 www.tinmanhawaii.com The Tinman Hawaii Triathlon begins and ends at Kapiolani Park near Waikiki and Diamond Head, Oahu, Hawaii with a 750 meter ocean swim, 40 kilometers bike course and10 kilometers run. 5:30 a.m. start of first swim wave at Queen's Beach, finish at Kapiolani Park. Participants must be 15 years or older by July 28, 2013. Olga Caldwell Race Administration 808-595-5317 MBA
  16. 16. The Schofield Barracks Health & Fitness Center opening has been delayed until mid May to complete renovations. The renovation includes the installation of 2 new saunas, repairing portions of the facility floor, replacing all windows and painting the interior walls.

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