> Jun. 4-- Pop-UP Legal Advice Clinic in Waipahu: Do you have a legal problem and need legal advice? Volunteer attorneys will be available to provide legal advice in the following areas of law: Family Law (divorce, child custody, support and visitation; guardianship; adoption); Basic Estate Planning (Simple Wills; Powers of Attorney; Health Care Directives); Landlord Tenant Disputes; Consumer Debt Collections; Chapter 7 Bankruptcy; Veterans Benefits. 9am-Noon at the Filipino Community Center, 94-428 Mokuola Street, #302, Waipahu. FREE to low-income individuals. Please call (808)528-7046 to Qualify and Reserve your spot by May 27, 2016. Reservations are highly recommended to ensure you see a volunteer attorney. Walk-ins will be serviced based on availability only. If you need an interpreter for this event, please call 528-7046 to arrange for one. Hosted by Volunteer Legal Services Hawaii.

> Jun. 6 - Jul. 1-- Maui College Keiki Farmers Camp: Using keiki-friendly educational aquaponics growing systems and and a community organic garden, Keiki Farmers Camp offers multiple ways of learning and understanding the sciences and skills involved in growing food in water, and in organic soil gardens. Keiki Farmers Camp will open children's eyes to the wonders and possibilities in the world of science and their own potential. Click HERE to learn more.

> Jun. 7-- OAHU Workshop: Using Census Data to Look for Trends in Your Community. UH-JABSOM, 651 Ilalo St. (Kakaako Campus) MED 107D-Library Computer Lab, 1-4pm, Registration 12:30pm, metered street parking or Lot “C” numbered stalls. Reservations: Census Information Center (808)597-6550 x804 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Click HERE for event flyer.

> Jun. 8-- HAWAII ISLAND Workshops: Using Census Data to Look for Trends in Your Community. Kau I Ka Malie Center, Kealakehe High School, 74-5000 Puohulihuli St., Kailua-Kona, 9am-Noon, Registration 8:30am, park behind school, gravel lot outside the Malie Center. Reservations: Laʻiʻopua 2020 (808)327-1221 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. // Kau I Ka Malie Center, Kealakehe High School, 74-5000 Puohulihuli St., Kailua-Kona, 2–5pm, Registration – 1:30pm, park behind school, gravel lot outside Malie Center. Reservations: Kona-Kohala Chamber Of Commerce (808)329-1758 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Click HERE for event flyer.

> Jun. 9-- MAUI Workshop: Using Census Data to Look for Trends in Your Community. Maui Mall (across from Pizza Hut), 70 E Kaahumanu Ave., Kahului, 9am-Noon, Registration 8:30am, arking available at Maui Mall. Reservations: Maui County Business Resource Center (808)270-5770 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Click HERE for event flyer.

> Jun. 18-- [KAUAI] The Bridge of Peace Festival from 9:00am to 3:00pm at the Happiness Planting Center (behind Isenberg Park and Lihue Neighborhood Center). Featuring: The Kojiki Art Exhibition – The Records of Ancient History of Japan by Yuka Tsukamoto, Artist from Japan; Peace Exhibition by Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum; Authentic Green Tea Demonstration; Japanese Ikebana Flower Exhibit by Sogetsu Hawaii; “How to wear Kimono” seminar & documentary movies; Joyful Noise Taiko Drum; Kyle’s Shakuhachi Music Entertainment; The Peace Choir; Drum Circle by Eastside Love Tribe; Japanese Lantern Making; Somen Noodle Game; Mochi Pounding demonstration; Local foods; Kids & Adult Games with Prizes; Vendor booths; Bon Dance Kimono; Tabi-socks Shop; Kimono Dress up; Hula Dance; Hawaiian Music; Kauai Sanshin Club; and Fun. For more information, contact Nicole Sakurai at (808)635-7127.

> Jun. 21-- Chamber of Commerce Hawai'i will host a half-day seminar on adapting to a changing work environment. Session topics will cover: latest industry and market labor trends, findings of its Work Environment 2.0 survey, recruiting and retaining talent, and millenials in the workforce. Click here to register by Jun. 13.

> Jun. 28-30-- The 6th Annual Design Thinking Hawaii Summer Bootcamp will feature an action packed 3-day session. The Introductory Bootcamp will provide an intensive environment to develop and hone skills in Design Thinking. Teams will be developed and will work on a challenge which will impact Hawaii. Click HERE to learn more and to register.

 

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