Whiten teeth for a good cause
As part of the Smiles for Life campaign, Dr. Wilfred Miyasaki is offering teeth-whitening services at reduced prices, with all the proceeds going to help children who face serious health and educational problems.
Miyasaki is a member of the Crown Council, a professional organization that funds a children's charity called the Smiles for Life Foundation.
Miyasaki reports raising more than $30,000 since 1998 for the charity. Call 533-0000.
Wellness fair to offer aging tips
The Oahu PrimeTime Wellness Fair, to be held from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall, offers seminars on aging, fraud prevention, high cholesterol and brain research.
Nearly 80 exhibitors will offer products and programs aimed at healthy lifestyles, and screenings will be offered for glucose, cholesterol, hearing, blood pressure, blood typing and more.
Admission is free. Call 844-4444.
Public radio calls singers to recital
Singers interested in participating in the 11th Annual Art Song Festival are invited to join in Hawaii Public Radio's "Shopsong," a minirecital on March 29.
Singers will perform an art song in the choral room at the University of Hawaii-Manoa Music Department. The event, from 3 to 5 p.m., is open to singers of all ages.
Thomas Yee will accompany singers who don't have their own pianists. Comments from the audience will be collected to provide all the singers with feedback.
To reserve a spot on the program, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For information on the festival, visit www.hawaiipublicradio.org/artsong.