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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Monday, August 20, 2001

Community Calendar

Advertiser Staff


• PAUL BRAGG free exercise class by his daughter Pat, 9-10:30 a.m. Monday to Saturday, Fort DeRussy lawn, next to Army Museum, Waikiki.


• ALA MOANA/KAKA'AKO/DOWNTOWN/CHINATOWN VISION MEETING, Mayor's Conference Room, Honolulu Hale, third floor, 5 p.m. 527-5749.

• NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD MEETING, Wahiawa No. 26, Wahiawa Recreation Center, Halekoa Building, 1139-Ave., 7 p.m.; agenda includes: DTS Hub and Spoke for Wahiawa. 527-5749.


• "HEALTH AND NUTRITION" for senior citizens, including advice on how to choose a food supplement, by Sharon Gibson, R.N., 10 a.m., Central Union Church women's building, 1660 S. Beretania St., Makiki. 941-0957.

• FISHING REGULATION CHANGES, public meeting by Department of Land and Natural Resources, 5:30 p.m., Wai'anae Public Library. (Also 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Stephenson Middle School cafeteria, Punchbowl/Makiki). 587-0100.

• SHAKTI YOGA CLASS, a unique style of yoga complemented by meditation, affirmation and toning with sound, 6:30-7:30 p.m., Honolulu Church of Light, 1539 Kapi'olani Blvd.; $7 per class or $20 a month. 952-0880.

• WEST O'AHU TOWN MEETING, with 'Aiea and Pearl City legislators on hand to inform residents about proposals being considered by the University of Hawai'i, 7-8:30 p.m., Pearlridge Elementary School cafeteria, 98-940 Moanalua Road. UH President Evan Dobelle will discuss the proposals to move the medical school to Leeward locations and to build a football stadium near Kapolei on the proposed campus for UH-West O'ahu. 586-6170.

• KANE'OHE VISION MEETING, Kane'ohe Community and Senior Center, 6:30 p.m. 523-4385.

• NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD MEETING, Mililani Mauka/Launani Valley No. 35, Mililani Mauka Elementary School, 95-1111 Makaikai St., 7 p.m. 527-5749.

• NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD MEETING, Nu'uanu/Punchbowl No. 12, Booth District Park, 2331 Kaneali'i Ave., 7:15 p.m. 527-5749.


• FELLOWS PROGRAM welcomes senior citizens interested in volunteering at Hawai'i's first senior center on an elementary school campus, 9-11:30 a.m., Wai'alae Elementary School, 1045 19th Ave., Kaimuki. 226-6992.

• Friends and Family Affected by Incarceration Together Healing, meeting of support groups, 6 p.m., first and third Wednesdays, Unity Church of Hawaii, 3608 Diamond Head Circle. 735-4436.

• NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD MEETING, Mililani/Waipi'o/Melemanu No. 25, Mililani Recreation Center III, 95-281 Kaloapau St., 7:30 p.m.; agenda includes: Hickam POL Restoration Project, State Land Use Commission petitions, proposed relocation of AT&T antenna in Mililani Mauka, proposed LUO Ordinance Amendment to prohibit location of telecommunication antennas within 1,500 feet of a residences. 527-5749.


• NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD, Wai'anae No. 24, Health, Human Services, Public Safety Committee, 6-7 p.m. Waianae Neighborhood Community Center, 85-670 Farrington Highway; agenda includes: shoreline recreational water sports, discussion of area concerns. 527-5749.

• MCCULLY/MOILIILI NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD NO. 8, Planning, Zoning and CIP Committee Agenda, Washington Intermediate School cafeteria, 1533 S. King St., McCully, 7 p.m.; agenda includes: planning portion, Kuilei 4 Street improvements and Bingham off ramp; zoning portion, Kalo Park Place, speed reduction. 527-5749.

• O'AHU ADVISORY COUNCIL PUBLIC MEETING to inform attendees about the reapportionment process, Mililani High School cafeteria, 95-100 Meheula Parkway, 7 p.m.. 453-8683.

• NEIGHBORHOOD BOARD, Wai'anae No. 24, Parks and Recreation Committee, 7:30-9 p.m.; discussion of Ulehawa Beach Park, Wai'anae Complex gym floor, Ma'ili Beach Park, Lualualei Beach Park comfort stations, interior upgrades, Kea'au Beach Park replacement of septic tanks and leach fields.


• "HOW TO INCORPORATE," workshop by Volunteer Legal Services Hawai'i for community-based nonprofits, 8:30 a.m.-noon, 'Ewa unit of Queen Lili'uokalani Children's Center, 94-216 Farrington Hwy. (also 8:30 a.m.-noon Aug. 31, 545 Queen St., Suite 100); "HOW TO OBTAIN TAX-EXEMPT STATUS," 1:30-5 p.m. at the 'Ewa unit (also 1:30-5 p.m. Aug. 31 at the Queen Street unit); $5 fee, register in advance. 528-7051.

• "PUBMED AND MEDLINEPLUS FOR CONSUMERS," free Internet workshop by Consumer Health Information Service, 2 p.m., 1221 Punchbowl St.; free; call for reservations. 536-9302, ext. 127.

• GRIEF SHARE, video seminar series and support group; 7-9 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, 1822 Ke'eaumoku St., Makiki. 532-1111.


• NAACP LEADERSHIP CERTIFICATION TRAINING WORKSHOP, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Trinity Missionary Baptist Church, 3950 Paine Circle, Hickam; free. 848-5448.

• CHILD SAFETY SEAT CHECKUPS by the Keiki Injury Prevention Coalition, 9-11 a.m., St. Francis Medical Center-West, 92-2141 Fort Weaver Road, 'Ewa Beach. 547-6707.

• APPLYING FENG SHUI PRINCIPLES TO THE HOME," by feng shui master Clarence Lau and home design consultant Patty Kincaid, 10-11 a.m., Vagabond House, Ward Warehouse; free; call to register. 593-0288.


• TAIKO DRUMMING CLASSES for all skill levels, Sept. 4-Oct. 21 through Kapi'olani Community College Office of Continuing Education and Training; call Taiko Center of the Pacific for information. 737-7236.


• Anxiety Education. The Queen's Medical Center. 547-4401.

• Bereavement Support Groups. Castle Medical Center. 263-5343; St. Francis Medical Center. 547-6011; Hospice Hawaii. 924-9255.

• Breast Cancer Support Groups. The Queen's Medical Center, 537-7117; Kapi'olani Women's Center, 532-3575; Kuakini Hospital, 547-9189; Tripler Hospital, 433-2317.

• Divorce Care. 532-1111.

• Family Therapy Services, offering free marriage workshops. 265-2182.

• Hawaii Families as Allies, for youngsters who may have an emotional or behavioral disorder. 521-1848.

• Health Support for older adults who are depressed, isolated or chronically ill. Honolulu Gerontology Program. 543-8421.

• Suicide Crisis Center, 521-4555.

• The Parent Line. 526-1222.