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Repost from @hawaiiafterschool!
Register, register, REGISTER! We want to see all of you at our 5th Annual Summit on Friday, October 18 and Saturday, October 19 at the beautiful Koʻolau Ballrooms and Conference Center in Kāneʻohe. This event is one you don’t want to miss - highlighting the importance of Afterschool and Out-of-School time programs and program staff. There will be plenty hands-on activities and interactive breakout sessions, along with key note speakers, live entertainment and ʻono food. .
REGISTER TODAY (link in bio)to reserve your spot at our Summit and to receive our early bird special. Prices will increase after 9/27/2019!.
DM if you have any questions and please share with your networks and partners. Mahaloooo 🤙🏽.
#Summit #Conference #Hawaii #Afterschool #Alliance #KoolauBallrooms #2019 #Fun #Games #Entertainment #Learning #Networking #ProfessionalDevelopment #Opportunities #RegisterToday Repost from @landandseafestival!
Join us for the first-annual, Land & Sea Festival being held October 19th at Queen Emma Square in Honolulu. This free, youth and family-centric festival is a special opportunity for communities across the Island of O‘ahu to come together to celebrate the ʻāina, empower youth to have a voice in climate change action, and prepare our island to be resilient and self-sufficient.
Attendees can meet and talk story with local organizations, businesses, artists, scientists, chefs, farmers, and others who promote climate change action, resiliency, and happiness in Hawaiʻi.
The festival will offer free, interactive workshops and talk story sessions about empowering youth as environmental leaders, planting ulu, weaving coconut, decreasing the island’s carbon footprint, the importance of families eating meals together, and more.
There will be poetry, dance, and musical performances, live murals, and ʻāina and whale art activities throughout the festival.
The festival is being organized by Connections Oceania, Action Plan 101, and Hawaiʻi Feast, a Honolulu and Seattle collaborative. This festival is sponsored by St. Andrew’s Schools, the City & County of Honolulu Dept. of Emergency Management, and the Hawai‘i Arts Alliance. Check out the link in our bio for more information! Repost from @kokuahawaiifoundation Recycling Drive this Sat 08/24 at Sunset Beach Elementary School!
9am - Noon
SBES & KHF will be collecting:
• All types of scrap metal including bicycles, washers, dryers,
fencing, etc.). We are unable to accept refrigerators,
AC units, and compressed gas cylinders
• Batteries: Automotive, pUPS, and lead acid batteries ONLY
• TVs, Computers, printers, scanners, monitors
• Confidential documents collected in locked bins
& shredded off-site
• HI-5 aluminum cans, plastic & glass bottles
• Printer cartridges and toner
• Laptops, game systems, cameras, cell phones
• Reusable clothing & household items
• Used cooking oil in sealed containers
• New and gently used furniture, building materials,
appliances, tools, and cabinets
See you there! 🤙 #3rs #3rsschoolrecyclingprogram #recyclingdrive #kokuahawaiifoundation