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Posted on | March 26, 2010 | Comments Off

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The Mānoa Libraries hold the Hawaiʻi Edible Book Contest to support the Hawaiʻi Food Bank, April 1, noon at the Sinclair Library Heritage Room.

Literary cake makers are encouraged to enter the contest, and prizes will be awarded in categories including Most Book Like, Best Use of Chocolate, Best Book in UH Library and People’s Choice.

Download the flyer.
Download the entry form.

More Events

March 31—Third Annual Pacific Preparedness Conference, Japanese Cultural Center, 8 a.m., (808) 956-8454

March 31—Honolulu’s 90th Anniversary Auto Show, Honolulu, Campus Mall, 8 a.m., (808) 843-7788

March 31—Aquaculture Program Coordinator Benny Ron speaks on Aquaculture Education and Research in an Online 3D Virtual World, Mānoa, Hamilton Library 301, 3:30 p.m., (808) 956-8688

March 31–April 3—Mālama Hāloa series, Plant Preservation lecture, Kau Mahina, East Maui Water Struggle talk, Kalo Varieties, First Saturday event, (808) 945-1562

April 1—New Music for Guitar by West Coast Composers, Mānoa, Orvis auditorium, 7:30 p.m., (808) 956-8742

April 3—Instructor Eric Paul Shaffer reads poems for National Poetry Month, Hawaiʻi State Library, 2 p.m., (808) 586-3517

April 3—Family Easter Festival and movie night, Kauaʻi, Lawn, 3:30 p.m., (808) 651-4151

April 4–9—Five Feet in Front of the Horizon graduate exhibit by Allison Eleanor Uttley, Mānoa, Commons Gallery, (401) 714-7463

For more events, visit the UH calendar.

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