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• WORKSHOP Create a free magnet to give to dads for Father’s Day at Hawaiʻi Kai’s City Mill from 10 to 11:30 a.m. There will be four 30-min- ute sessions with 10 keiki per workshop. Magnets will be decorated using googly eyes, stickers and markers. One keiki per ticket. Visit eventbrite. com (and search Father’s Day Keiki Workshop DIY Magnets – Hawaiʻi Kai) to register for tickets.
• WELLNESS Hawaiʻi Kai’s Gather Cowork is holding a panel and brunch from 10 a.m. to 1
DANCE Attend fun musical event from 10:30 to 11 a.m. takes place on June 25 for all kei- ki and their caregivers at Kaimukī Public Library. Keiki-friendly instru- ments will be provided at
Going Green will be in Kaimukī to host free re- cycling from 9 to 11 a.m. at Liholiho Elementary School (3430 Maunaloa Ave.). The following are accepted: computers, printers, scanners, TV (one per car), batteries (auto and lead acid only), HI-5 containers (plastic and aluminum), used eye- glasses and hearing aids for Hawaiʻi Lions Clubs, canned foods for Hawaiʻi Foodbank, gently-used clothing, prom dresses for the Bella Project, and
JUNE 7, 2023
 Send East O‘ahu calen- dar items for Hawai‘i Kai, Kāhala, Kaimukī, ‘Āina Haina and Wai‘alae to or call 808-529-4735. Sub- missions must be sent in at least two weeks prior to the event date. Note: Contact the organizer or venue beforehand to re- ceive the most up-to-date information.
• BOOK CLUB Join Kaimukī’s da Shop: books + curiosities for its Young Adult Book Club to dis- cuss A Place Called No Homeland by Kai Cheng Thom from 11 a.m to noon This event is open to those 18 years and older. Grab a copy using da Shop’s spe-
cial buy one get one 40% off discount. For more info, visit
p.m. The event features three wāhine who capture what it means to be fierce. The panelists are nurse and artist Margie Rice, RKT Media president Yas- min Dar and drag singer Candi Shell. There will be a brunch spread from Scratch Kitchen and cock- tails from Drink Gazoz. Tickets are $85. For more info, visit (and search Wāhine Rise X FIERCE).
• ART Third graders to teenagers are invited to Kaimukī Public Library to create Star Wars themed stickers for their fathers, uncles, grandpas or them- selves at 10:30 a.m. In- struction and supplies will
be provided. Attendees are encouraged to arrive on time. For more info, con- tact 808-733-8422.
pet food, towels and blan- kets for Oʻahu SPCA. For more info, contact Rene Mansho at 808-291-6151 or renemansho@hawaii.
• BOOK CLUB Join the ʻĀina Haina Library Book Club on Zoom to discuss Paula McLain’s novel The Paris Wife from 10:30 a.m. to noon on June 21. Call 808-377-2456 to sign up for the club and receive a Zoom invitation.
the event. Wear comfort- able clothes to move in for a morning of music. Call 808-733-8422.
• MUSIC Celebrate summer at Hawaiʻi Kai Towne Center’s annual Mele on the Marina event from 3 to 7:30 p.m. June 24 Enjoy a series of mu- sical artists ranging from headliner Nā Hōkū Hano- hano Award winner Kulāi- wi to members from Hālau Na Maka O Ka Lauaʻe Manaʻo and ‘ukulele art- ist and TikToker Kapono Wang with special guest Tomboy Mani. Guests can also enter to spin a prize wheel. For more info, visit or follow @hawaiikai- townecenter on Facebook and Instagram.
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