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Posted on | October 30, 2009 | Comments Off

Christopher Kae holds a fossil shark tooth.

Christopher Kae holds a fossil shark tooth.

Leeward holds its annual Family Fun Fair, a fun-filled day of games, interactive exhibits, food, and entertainment, Nov. 7, 9 a.m. This year, the fair teams up with Aloha ʻAina Earth Day to provide a recycle center for a large variety of items. Shredding of confidential documents will also be provided. Additional fair offerings include the Local Food Market and tours of the Fossil and Mineral Exhibit. The cornerstone of the Fair is “Discovery Square,” a bustling courtyard filled with more than 30 hands-on, interactive learning activities for the entire family. (808) 466-0524

More Events

Nov. 2, 3—Specialist Julian Yates gives seminars on termite control, Mon., Moanalua High School, 6:30 p.m., (808) 837-8466, Tue., Windward, 5:30 p.m., (808) 235-7433

Nov. 2–8—Homecoming Week celebration, Mānoa, (808) 956-7651

Nov. 2—The Queen’s Women a reenactment of the 1897 Anti-Annexation Meeting, Maui, Ka Lama 103, 7 p.m., (808) 984-3709

Nov. 4—Yu-Wen Ying speaks on Intergenerational Ties in Immigrant Families, Mānoa, Henke 109, 12 p.m., (808) 956-6245

Nov. 4—Associate Professor Jonathan Okamura speaks on Postracial America and Barack Obama as the Postracial Candidate, Mānoa, Burns 2118, 12 p.m., (808) 944-7593

Nov. 5—Professor Craig Howes speaks on Research As The Movies: Documentaries, Radio, Theatre, and Editing as Scholarly Production(s), Mānoa, Hamilton 301, 3:30 p.m., (808) 956-8688

Nov. 5—Charles Yuen speaks on his art, Mānoa, Art 101, 5 p.m., (808) 956-5253

Nov. 5–7—Give the Gift of Reading book fair, download the flyer, Leeward, Library, (808) 245-8233

Nov. 6—Celebration of World Town Planning Day, Mānoa, Architecture courtyard, 6:30 p.m., (808) 956-2780

Nov. 7—Bill Kaiwa and Gordon Mark hold ʻUkulele workshops, registration required, Windward, 10 a.m., (808) 235-7433

Through Nov. 13—New Works, by artists Yoko Haar and Erika Luecke, Kapiʻolani, Koa Gallery, (808) 734-9374

For more events, visit the UH calendar.

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