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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 23, 2007
Release No. M-19-07
MOVIE NIGHTS IN A‘
The Month in Chinatown celebration winds up tonight and tomorrow with two exciting Movie Nights at A‘ala Park – free movies on a big screen in the park, with food, games and free entertainment for the entire family.
Movie Night at A‘
“We invite everyone to take advantage of this opportunity to have fun, celebrate Chinese New Year and come and visit A‘
“This will be a fitting end to the outstanding success of our month-long
The schedule of events is:
· Today, food and craft booths open and rides and stage entertainment begin at 3:30 p.m. The movie, “Mission Impossible III,” starts at 7 p.m.
· Tomorrow, food and craft booths open and rides and stage entertainment start at noon. A A twinbill of Jackie Chan movies – “Shanghai Noon” and “Shanghai Nights” starts at 7 p.m. A Jackie Chan look-alike/act-alike contest will be held.
“Movie Night at A‘
Supporting sponsors are the ARTS at Marks Garage, Aloha Tower Marketplace, Celestial Film Entertainment, Hawaii International Film Festival, Hawaii Vertical Transportation, Honolulu Culture and Arts District, Jackie Chan Foundation, Jackie’s Kitchen, KBFD TV, KGMB9, Hawaiian KINE 105.1 FM, Lin & Ella Wong Foundation, McDonald’s Restaurants of Hawaii and Star-Bulletin/Midweek.
Prizes are provided by McDonald’s Restaurants and Jackie’s Kitchen. Rides and keiki ID by Heather Inflatables, Ahuna’s Tents and the Honolulu Police Department.
Additional supporters are C&J Telecommunications, Inc., KCCN FM100, KRTR 96FM, Power104.3FM, Chinese Chamber of Commerce, Gravity, Honolulu Chinese Jaycees, Techmonde Corp., United Chinese Coalition and the United Chinese Society.
Parties interested in participating as a food or craft vendor should direct inquiries to Chinatown Merchants Association,
Bill Brennan, 527-6928
Mark Matsunaga, 527-5767
|Friday, February 23, 2007|