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  • AMR HOLIDAY FUNFEST BRIGADE TOWN HALL

    CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY BRIGADE HOLIDAY RUN

    ACS OPEN HOUSE TEEN EDUCATION EXPO

    VET CENTER YMCA OF HONOLULU

    PARENTS NIGHT OUT 2012 SCHEDULE HAWAIIAN CULTURAL CLASSES

    The contents of this binder are strictly for informational purposes and does not imply endorsement of any private or commercial organization by 65TH EN BN, 8th TSC, USARPAC or the Department of the Army.

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    AMR Gym and Community CenterSaturday, Decembet 3, 2011

    9am-1 pmFree Admission except food booth, cake walk and pictures with Santa

    Entertainment by SKlE5, SB Teen Band, Delayed Resistance andTahitian Dancers from Ft. Shafter Youth Program.

    Character appearance by FMWR's own Eddie the Eagle.Make a gingerbread house and create and take home

    your own holiday cards and crafts,Blue Star card holders, stop by for a fun and festive way

    to make blue reindeer candy canes.lnflatable bouncers, CYSS, Community Center info and much more.

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    130th Engineer Brigade Family Readiness

    Town Hall

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    CHILDCARE DROP-OFF FOR THE TOWN HALL IS FROM @1745-1800 & PICK UP NLT 2015

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    Santas Workshop

    ACS Open House

    December 16, 2011

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    Please join us at ACS Open House for Caroling, Crafts, Treats, Story Time

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    UPCOMING FREE HAWAIIAN CULTURAL CLASSES!

    UPCOMING EVENTS

    Hulu "Featherwork" Workshop

    Niu "Coconut" Weaving Workshop

    Weekly Hula Classes

    Join Our Mailing List!

    The Office of the Native Hawaiian Liaison, USAG-HI, in partnership with the Island Palm Communities and ACS, welcomes all soldiers and families to participate in free Hawaiian cultural classes! This is a fun, unique way to learn about the Hawaiian culture, and meet other Army friends and family members!

    HULU "FEATHERWORK" WORKSHOP

    Hulu manu, or bird feathers, were among the most esteemed and cherished belongings of Native Hawaiians. Rare feathers were used to create capes, helmets, leis and hair ornaments, including priceless items such as Kamehameha I's 'ahu'ula (feather cloak). Join us in this workshop and learn the history and art of hulu, and create your very own hulu hair accessory! When: Wednesday, December 7th at 5:30 pm Where: Aliamanu Military Reservation (AMR) Community Center(182 Kauhini Rd, Bldg 1788) Seats are limited! To register or for more information, contact the Native Hawaiian Liaison Office at (808) 655-9694 or email [email protected]

    NIU "COCONUT" WEAVING WORKSHOP

    The coconut, since its introduction to Hawaii by Polynesian voyagers, has been a significant crop to the Native Hawaiian people due to its versatility in use. The class will cover the history of coconut in Hawaii and share its various uses. Learn how to make specific items like bracelets, hats or headbands using coconut palm fronds. The Niu Weaving class will be headed by Mr. Pita Sala, a Native cultural practitioner and a member of the Honolulu Hawaiian Civic Club. When: Wednesday, December 14, 2011; 5:30 pm Where: Aliamanu Military Reservation (AMR) Community Center(182 Kauhini Rd, Bldg 1788) Seats are limited! To register or for more information, contact the Native Hawaiian Liaison Office at (808) 655-9694 or email [email protected]

    WEEKLY HULA CLASSES

  • Weekly Hula Classes Mondays @ Schofield; Tuesdays @ Aliamanu Kumuhula (hula teacher) Ladd Heleloa will present different types of hula: kahiko (ancient) and auwana (modern). Learn some basic hula steps and walk away with a better understanding of the rich tradition of hula in Hawaii. No prior hula experience needed!

    Where: Schofield Barracks - Kalakaua Community Center (2535 Waianae Uka Avenue)

    When: Every Monday

    Time: Beginners: 5pm - 6pm; Advanced: 6pm - 7 pm Where: Aliamanu Military Reservation - Community Center (182 Kauhini Rd, Bldg 1788) When: Every Tuesday Time: Beginners: 5pm - 6pm; Advanced: 6pm - 7pm To register or for more information, contact the Native Hawaiian Liaison Office at (808) 655-9694 or email nhliaison[email protected]

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    About the Native Hawaiian Liaison Office, USAG-HI

    The Native Hawaiian Liaison to the Hawaii Army Garrison Commander was created to build relationships between Army soldiers and their families with the Native Hawaiian community. Its goal is to familiarize both groups with each others' culture and values through workshops, cultural events, networking opportunities and other collaborative affairs to build new and lasting partnerships in the future.

    130th TOWNHALL_dec2011.pdfSlide Number 1Slide Number 2

    HOLIDAY RUN_2011.pdfSlide Number 1

    WB COVER_02DEC.pdfSlide Number 1