Silverstone shows route to healthy living
Alicia Silverstone isn't really "clueless." The star of the hit 1995 film, "Clueless," and most recently, television's "Miss Match," will be giving a free talk on "Vibrancy and the Spirit of Living" from 3:30 to 5 p.m. tomorrow at Hawaiian Mission Academy, 1438 Pensacola St.
In an event hosted by the Vegetarian Society of Hawaii, Silverstone, a vegetarian for more than five years, will discuss her secrets to beauty, good health and success, and help people discover easy ways to control weight, look and feel better, and reduce illnesses, delivering practical advice on living a healthy and successful life.
Free food samples will be provided at the event.
She will also be on Maui to speak at the Paia Community Center on Hana Road, across from the Buddhist temple, at 7 p.m. Friday.
The Vegetarian Society of Hawaii was founded in 1990 to promote human health, animal rights, and protection of the environment by means of vegetarian education. It's the largest local vegetarian society in the country with more than 1,600 members.
For more information, call 944-8344 or visit www.vsh.org.
Halau's making pasta
The Halau Hula 'O Napunaheleonapua invites the public to its fifth annual Baked Spaghetti Dinner at Ben Parker Elementary School Courtyard 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday. The school is at 45-259 Waikalua Road in Kaneohe.
Dinner guests will be treated to entertainment, including music and hula by the Makaha Sons, Kilinahe, Mahiehie, Pueo Pata with Kapule, Uncle George Holokai and emcee Hau'oli Akaka.
Party-goers can also enjoy crafts, baked goods and a raffle drawing. Admission is $10 presale and $12 at the door. For more information, contact Kumu Rich Pedrina at 853-1175.
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