Crafts for dad
Father’s Day is coming up June 19 and keiki can create something special to show appreciation for Dad at Aiea Public Library at 10 a.m. Wednesday. The free class is geared for ages 4 to 12. Call 483-7333.
Music lecture goes global
Ricardo D. Trimillos, University of Hawaii ethnomusicologist and director of the Center for Philippine Studies, lectures on “Global Sounds of Asian & Pacific Bodies: The International Circulation of Music” at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the UH-Manoa architecture auditorium.
The lecture will touch on themes of identity, gender and cultural advocacy, and will focus on the international presence of Pacific and Asian music in a global market.
The lecture is the latest in the free Sakamaki Extraordinary Lectures series.
Pearl Harbor for teachers
A five-day seminar will help teachers prepare lessons on the 70th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. “World War II in the Pacific: Exploring Hawaii and Pacific Island Perspectives Using Primary Sources” will be presented July 11 to 15.
Sessions will be held at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center and Tokai University Pacific Center. Registration deadline is Tuesday. Call 753-4428 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Artist crafts pony image
Sue Ann Clark, a freelance Honolulu artist, is a finalist in “The Trail of Painted Ponies,” an art competition that allows the public to vote online.
Clark’s “Sea Horse” is an ocean mirage featuring a sea turtle, tropical fish and a coral reef. Clark is a former fashion illustrator who became a freelance artist in 1998.
To vote go to www.trailofpaintedponies.com and click on “Vote Now.” Votes are being accepted through Wednesday. Winners will be announced on July 1.