December 3, 2017 | Event Schedule

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U.S. Air Force Band of the Pacific Jazz Combo – Papana Performance
8:45 a.m. to 10 a.m., Pearl Harbor Visitor Center Lanai

Enjoy a wonderful live military band performance at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center Lanai, playing a variety of patriotic and stirring melodies.

The Band of the Pacific’s Papana features seven of the Air Force’s most talented musicians performing America’s original music, jazz. Their diverse repertoire includes classic and contemporary jazz, featuring original arrangements that showcase the group’s gifted soloists.

Papana has presented its exciting brand of jazz to audiences throughout Hawaii and the Pacific region and has earned a reputation as one of the finest groups of its kind. This vibrant, dynamic musical group strives for musical excellence, and its shows foster the appreciation of jazz as a uniquely American art form.

Free, Open to the Public

1 Arizona Memorial Place Honolulu, HI 96818

Preview Screening of “Journey Home to the USS Arizona
2 p.m., Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor

Presented by World War II Foundation, this Tim Gray documentary tells the story of USS Arizona survivor Raymond Haerry Sr., and his family’s mission to honor his final wish – to have his ashes returned to the sunken battleship at Pearl Harbor. The film is narrated by actor Matthew Broderick, and follows his family on an incredible and emotional 5,200-mile journey to Pearl Harbor to place their father’s urn aboard the USS Arizona. Haerry passed away on September 27, 2016 at the age of 94. The film will be screened at the museum’s theater. Free with museum membership or museum admission.

Free with Museum Membership or Museum Admission, Open to the Public

319 Lexington Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96818

Documentary Premiere: “Journey Home to the USS Arizona
6 p.m. to 7 p.m., Pearl Harbor Visitor Center Theater

This documentary follows the family of USS Arizona survivor Raymond Haerry on a 5,000 mile journey as they return to Pearl Harbor to place their father’s ashes back aboard the great battleship.

Ray Haerry, Sr. passed away in September of 2016. In April of 2017, the Haerry family had their father/grandfather’s ashes interred on the Arizona so he can once again be with the over 1,000 shipmates who lost their lives on December 7, 1941 when Pearl Harbor was attacked plunging America into World War II.

Free, Open to the Public

1 Arizona Memorial Place Honolulu, HI 96818

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