"Election 2000: The Final Spin," perspectives on the presidential election, from a political standpoint, by Professor Dan Boylan, and where media ethics are concerned, by Professor Tom Brislin, 7 p.m., Temple Emanu-El, 2550 Pali Highway; public welcome; free; call for location. 956-6934.
Akule Plan informational public hearing by the Department of Land and Natural Resources to discuss proposed statewide management,
5-6:30 p.m. Kealakehe Intermediate School, Kailua-Kona; call Alton Miyasaka for information. 808-587-0092.
"Club 51: The Culture of U.S. Imperialism," lecture by Dr. Kuan-Hsing Chen, Center for Asia-Pacific Cultural Studies, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, noon, University of Hawaii-Manoa, East-West Center, Burns Hall 2121/2125. 944-7578.
Walden Bello, expert on the effects of globalization in Asia and the Pacific, to address the role structural adjustment lenders such as the World Bank play in redistributing the worlds wealth to the rich, while impoverishing the poor, 7 p.m., Campus Center Ballroom, University of Hawaii-Manoa; free. 841-2176.
University of Hawaii Board of Regents meeting, committees convene this afternoon, Campus Center Room 220. 956-8213.
University of Hawaii Board of Regents meeting, full board, 8:30 a.m., Kapiolani Community College. 956-8213.
"How to Incorporate and Obtain Tax-Exempt Status," series of workshops by Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Queen Liliuokalani Childrens Center, Waianae; $5 registration fee per session; register in advance. 528-7050.
"Free Your Creative Spirit," Robert Dvorak shares insights on drawing, painting and life from his travels in 53 countries, slides also, 7:30-9 p.m., Krauss Hall, Yukiyoshi Room. 956-3836.
Kakoo Ohana Paahao, support/activity group for families of current or former inmates, ex-inmates and all community members who want to change tomorrow by being proactive today, 6:30 p.m. every Friday at Queen Liliuokalani Childrens Center, 1300 Halona St. 833-7694.
"Seaside Stories," storytime by the Pacific Whale Foundations marine education team, featuring "Amos and Boris," William Steigs story about a whale that saves a mouse from drowning, 11 a.m.-noon, Borders bookstore, Kahului, Maui; free junior naturalist bag to kids attending; for ages 6-10. (808) 879-8860.
Vietnam Veterans of America information booth, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Ala Moana Shopping Center, second level; pamphlets and answers to questions concerning health, home loans and schooling, also referrals.
Second annual "Ill Remember You" event honoring Castle Medical Center for its work with arthritis, 4-7:30 p.m., Don Hos Island Grill, Aloha Tower Marketplace; featuring entertainers Don Tiki, Teresa Bright, Lopaka Colon, Na Hoku Pa and more; tickets $50 per person, includes two standard cocktails, pupus and surprises; seating limited; proceeds to Arthritis Foundation, Hawaii Branch. 942-3636.
Alcoholics Anonymous, call 946-1438 for meeting in your area.
Al-Anon, for family and friends of alcoholics; call for meeting in your area. 948-2666.
Narcotics Anonymous, call 734-4357 for meeting in your area.
Alzheimers Association-Honolulu Chapter, 591-2771.
Diabetes Support Group for young adults, the Queens Medical Center, 537-7117.
Disordered Eating for women and teens with eating disorders. 262-3345, 262-7922.
Overeaters Anonymous, 737-3469.
National Depressive and Manic Depressive Association Support Group, 372-1991.
Bereavement Support Groups, Castle Medical Center, 263-5343; St. Francis Medical Center, 547-6011. Hospice Hawaii (adults and children groups), 924-9255.
To list your community meeting in the Community Calendar, send notices to Community Calendar, City Desk, Honolulu Advertiser, P.O. Box 3110, Honolulu, HI 96802. Fax: 525-8037.
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