Paying for a date never felt quite so altruistic
Need a man? Put your money where your hormones are at tomorrow's "Burning Down the House" event benefiting the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation.
Krater 96 has gathered a selection of eligible bachelors who'll put themselves up for bid in shows at 6 and 9 p.m. at Dave & Buster's. One woman wins a date and a dining certificate. All proceeds from bids will go toward fighting breast cancer.
Tickets are $10. Call 589-2215.
CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARBULLETIN.COM
Joanie and Peter Lung own World of Feng Shui. Peter Lung will present a feng shui workshop next week.
Lessons in feng shui will benefit care facility
Now that we're well into 2008, it's time to take stock with "The ABC of Feng Shui and Feng Shui Updates for the Remaining Year of the Earth Rat 2008."
The July 19 seminar, conducted by Peter Lung, owner of World of Feng Shui, is a benefit for the Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific, and will be held in the cafeteria at REHAB, 226 N. Kuakini St.
The seminar runs from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Cost is $48. Call 739-8288 or visit email@example.com.
For an interview with Lung, see next Friday's Star-Bulletin.
HOME & GARDEN
Perk up any garden with coffee tips
Coffee and cacao plants not only make for great java and cocoa, but can also give a jolt to the garden. To learn how, join Skip Bittenbender, University of Hawaii specialist in coffee and cacao, and coffee scientist Shawn Steiman from 9 a.m. to noon tomorrow at the UH Urban Garden Center in Pearl City.
While there, explore the Boardwalk Garden and see how plants can beautify the landscape through colors, shapes and textures.
Steiman also will sign copies of his new book, "The Hawai'i Coffee Book: A Gourmet's Guide from Kona to Kaua'i," which offers profiles of Hawaii's coffees; listings of farms, tours, cafes, retailers and roasters on all five coffee-producing Hawaiian islands; as well as recipes, coffee appreciation tips and more.
The Oahu Master Gardeners welcome home gardeners to the Urban Garden on the second Saturday of each month. Bring questions with samples of your problem plants. Free tours are available; no reservations required. Bring hat, sunscreen and water. Visit www.ctahr.hawaii.edu/ougc or call 453-6050.
COURTESY AWATERMARK PUBLISHING
Coffee plants grow in neat rows on Kauai.