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DateEvent DescriptionContact Info
Apr. 29. 2021

6:30 - 7:30pm

Hawaii Theater (Virtual Event)
Voices of Hope -
Celebrating the Power of Youth Voice

oices of Hope, Celebrating the Power of Youth Voice. At this one of a kind virtual event, the talented Kapena, Nā Wai, Tonga Sisters and Lina Girl Langi will join HI H.O.P.E.S youth leaders as they share their heartfelt and inspiring FYA talks. FYA Talks (FYA pronounced "fiyah" or "fire") are presentations by young adult that have first hand experience living in foster care. The honest, insightful and inspirational talks were designed to "spark ideas and ignite change" within the foster care system and in the lives of those who experience foster care. The HI H.O.P.E.S youth leaders are proud to share their stories with you and be joined by the musical artists through this virtual celebration.
Kristen Collins
EPIC 'Ohana

(808) 755-5080

1130 Bethel St. Honolulu, Hawaii
Apr. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29. 2021
(Every Thursday)

5 - 6pm

Webinar
Fast, Healthy and Ono Webinars-April

Hone your kitchen skills with AARP’s continuing Fast, Healthy & Ono cooking webinars. In April, Windward Community College’s Chef Daniel Swift will teach us the French en papillote technique (cooking in paper), how to make a Spanish Frittata, healthy crab cakes, and give us a taste of Tuscany. Master Butcher Dale Thomas will also teach us techniques for cutting and cooking a whole chicken to help stretch our food dollars.

Register to get a Zoom link at http://aarp.cvent.com/HIcooking or watch every Thursday at 5 p.m. on Facebook Live on the AARP Hawai`i Facebook page. Then grab your apron and cook along with the chef.

If you register, AARP will email you the recipes for the dishes before the webinars begin.
  1. April 1: Cooking En Papillote – Fresh Fish with Garden Veggies
  2. April 8: Taste of Tuscany – Meatballs in tomato sauce with a healthy bruschetta
  3. April 15: The Whole Bird – Getting the Most from Your Chicken
  4. April 22: Classic Crab Cakes with a Healthy Twist
  5. April 29: You Gotta Try This Frittata – Spanish Breakfast Skillet Meal
Jackie Boland
AARP HI

(877) 926-8300

http://aarp.cvent.com
/HIcooking
Apr. 3 & 4. 2021

10am - 7pm

Barnes & Noble Ala Moana Center
Barnes & Noble Ala Moana Center Book Fair

Please support the Hawaii Association of School Librarians by shopping at Barnes & Noble - Ala Moana Center on April 3rd & 4th (Sat. & Sun.).
Don't forget to mention "HASL Book fair" at the register. Mahalo for your support.
Daphne Miyashiro
Hawaii Association of School Librarians

(808) 305-0500

Barnes & Noble
Ala Moana Center

1450 Ala Moana Blvd Suite 1272,
Honolulu, HI 96814
Mar. 24 & 25. 2021

10am - 2pm

Fuller Hall at Laniakea
March YWCA O'ahu Benefit Sale

The YWCA O'ahu's two-day Benefit Clothing Sale features gently used, donated clothing available for purchase. Our clothing is top of the line (often named brand) and affordable. Our prices include $15 Suits, $10 Dresses & Jackets, $5 Blouses, Skirts, and Pants. Along with $5 and $10 Jewelry. The sale supports the Dress for Success program at YWCA O'ahu. Dress for Success helps empower women to achieve economic independence by providing them with professional attire, employability skills, and the necessary tools needed to sustain employment.
YWCA Front Desk at Laniakea
YWCA O'ahu

(808) 538-7061

Fuller Hall at Laniakea

1040 Richards Street Honolulu, HI 96813
Mar. 20. 2021

1 - 4pm

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii
Renkyo no Ayumi Book launch

Renkyo no Ayumi Historical Book Sale- Renkyo no Ayumi 2020 blossoms with the precious and proud journey of the United Japanese Society of Hawaii, from its establishment in 1958 to the present. The book conveys their gratitude to the members and pioneers who have dedicated their time and effort to advance the welfare of the Japanese community and maintain goodwill relationships with other communities and ethnic groups. $20/book
Frances Kuba
United Japanese Society of Hawaii

(808) 941-5889

Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii

2454 S. Beretania Street.
(Front of the building)

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