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DateEvent DescriptionContact Info
May. 22. 2021

6:30 - 8:00pm

Virtual/Live-Streamed
Virtual Taiko Concert: Ame, Tears of the Earth

Taiko Arts Center (TAC) in collaboration with Taiko Center of the Pacific present "Ame - Tears of the Earth, " a virtual live-stream concert broadcast from the Hawaii Theatre on Saturday May 22, 2021 at 6:30 pm Hawaii time. Featured artists include: master taiko artist Kenny Endo, Taiko Center of the Pacific (Performing Ensemble, and the Youth Group), and special guests: Peter Rockford Espiritu & Tau Dance Theater (hula and contemporary dance), Todd Yukumoto (saxophone, flute), Abe Lagrimas Jr. (ukulele, vibes, drumset), and Nawahine Lanzilotti (cello, voice).
"Ame - Tears of the Earth, " is a concept and composition originally composed by Kenny Endo in response to the tragedy of 9/11 and dedicated to all victims of aggression so prevalent in the world. This performance is an effort to counter hate and negativity with love and creativity.

This concert is donation-based. For more information, including how to donate and register for the event, please visit: http://taikoartscenter.org/blog/
Chizuko Endo
Taiko Center of the Pacific

(808) 737-7236

To Register, visit: http://taikoartscenter.org/blog/
May. 22. 2021

10:00 - 11:00am

Zoom
Inside the Mind of a Con Artist

Hear from Brett Johnson, the original “Godfather of the Dark Web,” He sold stolen credit cards and Social Security numbers online. Learn how you can avoid cybercrime. Zoom
SAT, May 22nd at 10 AM
Sign Up: http://aarp.cvent.com/HIFraud
Jackie Boland
AARP HI

(808) 545-6003

http://aarp.cvent.com/HIFraud
May. 8. 2021

9:00 - 10:00am

Virtual Event
Gift Card & Imposter Scams

When someone claims you owe a debt or need to pay a fee to win a prize, and they want you to use a Gift Card as payment, it is always a scam. Find out how these scams work and how to avoid them.
Sign Up: http://aarp.cvent.com/HIFraud
Jackie Boland
AARP HI

(808) 545-6003

http://aarp.cvent.com/HIFraud

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