Now through June 9
Waiahole: Ho'i Ka Wai: A collaborative photo essay by Mark Hamasaki and Anne Kapulani Landgraf (author/photographer of Na Wahi Pana O Ko'olau Poko: Legendary Places of Ko'olau Poko). See the article page 10. at the `Iolani Art Gallery, Windward Community College in Kane'ohe, Tuesday through Saturday 1 pm to 5 pm.
Now through July 21
Hawai'i and Its People: A pictorial heritage of Hawai'i features works dating from 1779 to 1950. Includes documentary art from voyagers of 19th Century. At the Honolulu Academy of Arts.
An Evening with Maya Angelou: Poet, playwright and best selling author of "I know Why the Caged Bird Sings." Tickets $8, 13, 18. Call 956-4484. At UH Manoa Special Events Arena, doors open at 6:15 pm.
1 & 2, 8 & 9
Art in the Park: At Kapiolani Park June 1 &2; at Thomas Square 8 & 9.
Waimanalo Watershed Council: Examining the causes of the flooding in Waimanalo, and what we can do to prevent it. Community and representatives of government departments will meet to work out responsibilities of stream maintenance and what we can do to prevent flooding in the future. Call 259-9558. Waimanalo Library, 9 am.
Conservation Today Fair: For more information call Sea Life Park Education Center at 259-6476 or 259-7933.
Waimanalo Hawaiian Homestead Association: General membership meeting will be held at the Waimanalo Quarry Building at 7 pm. For information call President Tony Sang at 259-7602.
Waimanalo Neighborhood Board: Get involved with the issues facing our community. Waimanalo School and Public Library, 7:30 pm.
Talk Story with Representative Eve Anderson: Discuss your concerns with your state representative, at the Waimanalo Library , 9 to 11 am.
22 & 23
Make Music: A festival celebrating all manner of artistic endeavor, especially international music and dance. Entertainment from around the world. Call 923-7209. Honolulu Hale grounds. 11 am to 10 pm on Saturday; Noon to 7 pm on Sunday.
24 through 25
Reinventing the Environmental Agenda: An Ecosystem Approach: Local and visiting speakers, including practitioners and representatives of business and environmental groups, share their expertise and ideas on broadening the base of environmental stewardship. Call 956-7866. Fee $30. At UH Manoa.
Advertising Strategies: Getting the Most Bounce for your Buck: Alu Like workshop at Maunakea Marketplace. Call 524-1225 for information.
Kulaiwi: Hawaiian language lessons via Cable TV, with Kumu Ekela Kaniaupio-Crozier. Each lesson centers around a grammatical structure, beginning with a short vignette, followed by an explanation by kumu, drilling and replaying the vignette. An interactive hotline will allow viewers to ask questions and get immediate feedback. Lessons 12 through 24 will be aired each Saturday, from 10 to 11 am, Oceanic Cablevision 26.
Hula Halau He Makana O Aloha: Kumu Ali'i Manu O Kai. Classes for males and females, ages 8 to 100 years young. Everyone welcome. The rainbow would not be as beautiful with only one color. $25 per month. At Waimanalo School, Tuesdays, 7 to 8:30 pm.
The Peoples Market: Locally grown produce at the Beach Park, every Thursday morning, 7:15 to 8:15 am.
Beginning Hula for Girls: Ages 4 to 9. Instructor Aunty U'i. Call 261-7716. Saturdays 10 to noon at Carey School.
Ho'omaluhia Botanical Gardens Guided Nature Walks: Hear what the nature experts have to say. It is highly recommended to bring: light raingear, insect repellent, walking shoes, and packed lunch. Saturdays enjoy a 3.5 mile tour. Sundays take a 2 mile stroll. Kaneohe: end of Luluku Road. Free, but call for reservations at 233-7323. Every Saturday: 10 am. Every Sunday: 1 pm.
Bishop Museum Conservation Clinic: Learn how to preserve heirlooms: bring in quilts, tapa, old photographs, ceramics, wooden bowls, letters. Call 848-4112 for appointment. Free, Bishop Museum Conservation Lab, first and third Friday of each month, 9 am to 3 pm.
Mission House Museum: Call 531-0481. Mission House Museum. Tuesday to Saturday 9 am to 4 pm. Sunday Noon to 4 pm.
Strolling Hula: Each Friday evening, 8 to 10 pm. In Waikiki between Saratoga Road and Kuhio Beach on Kalakaua Avenue.
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