Ewa Beach CBDO Has Classes Open In July
Ewa Beach Community Based Development Organization has a slew of free July workshops and classes for West Oahuans at its Kamokila Boulevard headquarters with courses that focus on art, food safety and more.
Students in grades 4 to 6 are eligible to join Len Barrow’s introductory, four-week Art Narrative course on art as communication with elements of global design. The class will produce and display work centered on life in Ewa Beach. It starts July 9, meeting at 3:30 p.m. Wednesdays, including a July 20 field trip to Honolulu Museum of Art.
Adults interested in the foodservice industry might consider ServSafe Starters Culinary Training, another four-week course starting July 12. The course emphasizes food safety, personal hygiene, cross-contamination, allergies, time and temperature effects, and sanitation. The 30-hour program, taught by William Castillo, runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays, and attendance at all four classes is mandatory for certification.
Ewa Beach CBDO also offers seminars on college planning (July 8), photography (July 9-30), couponing tips (July 17) and financial foundations (July 15 and 22). Register at ewabeachcbdo.org/event-calendar.