> Jun. 3-- Hawaiian Islands Land Trust's Free Family Picnic from 11am to 2pm at Waihe'e Coastal Dunes & Wetlands Refuge. Relax and enjoy live music by local musicians, Ron Kualā‘au and Zanuck Lindsey, from their new album. Activities will include a tour of the wetlands where you will learn about aloha 'āina (love for the land), HILT's work in conservation, native species, and the history of the wahi pana (storied place) of Kapoho. You will also be able to view ancient cultural sites and find out how to make your contribution toward the responsible stewardship of the lands of Hawai'i. Enjoy a discussion with master stone carver, Hoaka De Los Reyes, and experience the taste of awa. Also, talk story with other environmental organizations about their work and how to get involved with keeping Hawai‘i in its natural state of beauty. View Mauna 'Ihi sand dunes, ancient heiau (temples), coastline of the Waihe'e ahupua'a, and historic buildings on the property. 'Ono food will be catered by Zing Maui. RSVP to (808)791-0729 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Space is limited.

> Jun. 16-- Lanakila Multi-Purpose Senior Center will host a Health and Wellness Fair from 9 to 11 a.m. Featured activities and info include: balance exercises and tests, blood pressure testing, ceremony dancing, delicious and healthy meals, fall prevention exercises, farmer's market, financial check up, fraud prevention, flower therapy, garden box building, hearing testing, low impact aerobics, massage, nature farming, nutrition, star tracing (cognitive activity), strengthening exercises, stretching, and vision testing. For more information, call 847-1322.

> Jun. 17-- Save the Date: Hokule'a Homecoming: After sailing for three years and visiting over 150 ports in 27 nations to create a "lei of hope" around the globe, Hawaii's legendary canoe will soon return home from its Malama Honua Worldwide Voyage. The Polynesian Voyaging Society invites the public to join it as the Hokule'a makes her historic arrival at Magic Island on Saturday, June 17, 2017. The arrival will be followed by a homecoming ceremony and celebration. Anyone interested to be notified as homecoming festivities are finalized can click here to receive updates.

> June. 20-22-- VERGE Hawaii — Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit: Produced in partnership between the Hawaii State Energy Office and GreenBiz Group, VERGE Hawaii will explore innovative clean energy policies, models, technologies, infrastructure and identify immediate actions needed to deliver on Hawaii's ambitious mandate. The conference and expo also serves as a platform for Hawaii's energy leaders and stakeholders from around the world to engage, learn and contribute. Click here to learn more.

> Jun. 29-- Budgeting Techniques for Nonprofits led by Catha Lee Combs, CPA, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on O'ahu (location TBA). Sound financial management and planning are crucial to a nonprofit's ability to deliver cost-effective services. This workshop will provide practical steps to developing a budget using Microsoft Excel, including how to develop the underlying assumptions used in determining budget amounts. You will learn: how to use budgets as part of monitoring an organization's financial condition; keys to timely, effective budget preparation, implementation, monitoring and modification; organizing the budget process; different types of budgets and tools for creating them; and budgeting for government grants. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to be notified when registration opens.

> Jun. 29-- #galswithLEI Forum: The 2017 #galswithlei Forum will take place on June 29 from 1:30 to 7:30pm at East-West Center's IMIN Conference Center. The Forum provides an opportunity for business and social entreprenuers in Hawai'i to exchange entrepreneurial best practices, build leadership skills, and inspire one another. To ensure that the Forum is informative and dynamic, the East-West Center welcomes community input. To suggest a workshop topic or speaker for the #galswithLEI Forum 2017, please send your ideas to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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