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Hawaii Meth Project Announces “Break the Ice” Art Contest Call-for-Entries

Hawaii Meth Project Announces “Break the Ice” Art Contest Call-for-Entries
Social media art contest to engage youth, educate community about the risks of methamphetamine

The Hawaii Meth Project today announced its 2013 “Break the Ice” Art Contest, aimed at communicating the risks of methamphetamine through works of art. The “Break the Ice” art contest is a way for teens to be recognized for their artistic ability while learning about the harmful effects of this drug.

Hawaii students ages 13 to 18 are eligible to enter the “Break the Ice” contest during the submission period of September 1 through October 20, 2013.

Eddie Ortiz & Son Caribe LIVE at Soul De Cuba Cafe

Eddie Ortiz & Son Caribe LIVE at Soul De Cuba Cafe

Information provided by Eddie Oritz & Son Caribe:

Made in Hawaii Festival this weekend! Free shuttle from Waikiki!

Made in Hawaii Festival this weekend! Free shuttle from Waikiki!

The Made in Hawaii Festival will be held this weekend. Free shuttles are available from Waikiki.

[Coming Tuesday] Drew Imagination drops new EP: Everyday Epiphanies

[Coming Tuesday] Drew Imagination drops new EP: Everyday Epiphanies

Information provided by LP Records LLC:

Everyday Epiphanies is Drew Imagination’s first EP release, and it is set to come to you this Tuesday, August 6, 2013.

Hawaii's Public Libraries will Observe Statehood Day Holiday

Hawaii's Public Libraries will Observe Statehood Day Holiday

All public libraries will be closed in observance of the Statehood Day 2013 Holiday on Friday, August 16.

Four libraries normally closed on Fridays – Aiea Public Library, Hawaii Kai Public Library, Liliha Public Library, and Makawao Public Library – will also be closed on Saturday, August 17 to observe the holiday. 

Please visit the HSPLS website at www.librarieshawaii.org or call your local library for public service hours.

 

Hawaii State Library Offers Centennial Anniversary Events in August

Hawaii State Library Offers Centennial Anniversary Events in August

The Hawaii State Library (HSL) will continue celebrating its Centennial Anniversary through December 2013.  The Library, located at 478 South King Street, opened on February 1, 1913.  An historical exhibit about the Library will be featured in the First Floor Reading Room throughout the celebration.  In addition to its regular Saturday morning Children’s Storytimes in the Edna Allyn Room (EAR), the Library will offer free special programs and new exhibits each month during its Centennial year.  All children must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

Upcoming highlights for August include:

State Librarian Richard Burns Receives High Marks from Board of Education

State Librarian Richard Burns Receives High Marks from Board of Education

State Librarian Richard Burns received an “Exceptional” rating from the Board of Education (BOE), the highest rating possible, during his annual job performance evaluation at the Board’s General Business Meeting conducted at the Hawaii State Library July 16.