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July events at Maui public libraries

July 23rd, 2015

Want to learn to play the dijeridu? You can this Saturday at Kahului Public Library. The free event is part of the celebration of the end of the HSPLS Summer Reading Programs.

July 25 (Saturday), 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. - "Dijeridu Workshops 2015," Library Lanai.
Wes (Forest) Hada, Maui's foremost dijeridu performer and teacher, will provide information about the history of this unique aboriginal Australian instrument, demonstrate how to play it, and invite participants to learn how to play the dijeridu in two different two-hour workshops.

Hada has nearly 20 years of experience teaching and performing throughout Maui with bands including "Lost at Last" and "Jivatma."  Hada is also a dijeridu craftsman who makes the instruments from Maui bamboo and agave flower stems.  These workshops are suitable for ages 12 and older.

The Maui Friends of the Library is sponsoring this event. Contact the Library as soon as possible if a sign language interpreter or other special accommodation is needed for these events.

Kahului Public Library is located at 90 School Street.  For more information, call the Library at (808) 873-3097.

In Wailuku, you can learn to protect yourself from con-artists at a July 28 lecture. "How to Protect Yourself and Your Money from Predatory Tactics," a free program for adults, will be offered at Wailuku Public Library on Tuesday, July 28 at  2 p.m.

Con artists will say or do anything to try and take your hard-earned money away from you! Theresa Kong Kee, Investor Education Specialist for the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, Office of the Securities Commissioner, will conduct an informational presentation with examples of predatory tactics, questions you can ask to protect yourself, and how the DCCA Office of the Securities Commissioner can help you.

This one-hour program will include a question- and-answer session.  Contact the Library as soon as possible if a sign language interpreter or other special accommodation is needed.  This program is made possible by a grant from the FINRA Investor Education Foundation through Smart investing @ your library (r), a partnership with the American Library Association.

Wailuku Public Library is located at 251 South High Street.  For more information, call the Library at (808) 243-5766.

 

 

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