NEW!  BOOKS-GAMES-PUZZLES DRIVE
WHAT:
Drop off any new or gently used items at Alpha Phi Sigma booths
WHERE:
Booths located at Sullivan Family Library
WHEN:
Wed., Oct. 26 & Fri., Oct. 28, between 12:30 and 1:30 p.m.
WHO:
Sponsored by Criminal Justice Honor Society Alpha Phi Sigma, for youth, ages 12-17 years old, at Youth Detention Center in Kapolei
WHY:
Items can help keep them busy while detained
CONTACT:
Janet Davidson at jdavidso@chaminade.edu or 739-4659 or office BS 108
*Alternate drop off box available in front of Professor Davidson’s office

NEW! PARKING RESTRICTION NOTICE
WHEN:
Wed., Oct. 26, early morning to 1pm
WHERE:
Lot next to Athletics Shack
WHAT:
Parking restricted
WHO:
Reserved parking for scholarship donors and their guests
WHY:
Scholarship Luncheon Celebration
CONTACT:
Cheryl.Yamamoto@chaminade.edu or (808) 739-8569
*Your kokua and understanding are much appreciated.

NEW! FALL FESTIVAL OF MUSIC
WHEN:
Sun., Oct. 30, starting at 4 pm
WHERE:
Mystical Rose Oratory, Chaminade University
WHAT:
Opening concert featuring Gabriel Fauré: Requiem and Cantique de Jean Racine; music by Debussy, Poulenc, and others;
*Ohana Arts Fall Festival of Music opens with Gabriel Fauré Requiem, featuring the Hawaii Vocal Arts Ensemble, Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus, and the Ohana Arts Festival Youth Orchestra

WHO:
Featuring Hawaii Vocal Arts Ensemble, Hawaii Youth Opera Chorus, & the Ohana Arts Festival Youth Orchestra; Timothy Carney, Jennifer Taira & Nola Nahulu, conductors; Laurie Rubin, soprano, & Keane Ishii, baritone
COST:
$20 general; $15 seniors and military; & $5 students with valid ID
*Tickets available by phone 1-800-838-3006 or at the door
CONTACT:
Timothy Carney maestrotim1@gmail.com or tcarney@chaminade.edu or phone (808) 735-4865

NEW! SPECIAL LECTURE PRESENTATION
WHO:
Larry Hufford, Ph.D., professor of Political Science/ International Relations at St. Mary’s University featured; sponsored by the Rector and the MEAs; open to all
* Widely published, Dr. Hufford has authored four books, co-authored four others, and has two manuscripts in progress. Honored with numerous faculty and community awards, he earned his Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and Political Science, England; his M.S.W. from Our Lady of the Lake University (Texas); his M.A.T. from Miami University, Ohio.

WHEN:
Thurs., Nov.10, starting at 5 p.m.
WHERE:
Ching Conference Center in Eiben Hall,
WHAT:
Free lecture/ discussion on “How Spiritual Democracy Shapes Healthy Communities” plus hearty refreshments and fellowship
CONTACT:
Kay Stone at kstone@chaminade.edu or (808)440-4226