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Tuesday, May 28, 1996
“Village Women in the Midst of Change”: Cultural anthropologist Anne M. Jennings discusses the life of women in an Islamic society confronted by foreign culture, 7:30 p.m., Yukiyoshi Room, UH-Manoa’s Krauss Hall. Jennings is author of “The Nubians of West Aswan.” Free. Call 956-7866.
Hawaii Pacific University: Free seminar on human services, 12:15 p.m. Call 544-0279.
Ho‘ike‘ike: Kupuna hold a free demonstration of crafts, music and Hawaiian language with storytelling and hands-on activities, 4 to 6 p.m., Cabin I, Malaekahana State Park. Part of a Hawaiian language retreat for the kupuna sponsored by Pu‘uhonua O Malaekahana. Call 293-1736.
“Adult Craft Night”: Sheryl Ching demonstrates the ti leaf lei, 7 p.m., Hawaii Kai Library. Bring ti leaves. Call 397-2422.
Music Break: Hawaiian music and hula with Ekolu, noon, Tamarind Park.
Hawaiian Chutzpah: Oahu Jewish Young Adult Group invites others ages 25 through 45 to a potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Call 944-3329.
“Ghosts of Hawaii”: Supernatural tales with Glen Grant of Honolulu TimeWalks, 7:30 to 10 p.m., Waikiki Heritage Theater. Costs $8. Reserve at 943-0371.
Brewery tour and tasting: Gordon Biersch restaurant offers a free half-hour tour, noon Saturdays in June, Aloha Tower Marketplace. Reserve at 599-4877.
Barnes & Noble: Phil Johnson presents “Feng Shui Demystified,” 3 p.m., Kahala.
PALS lecture: Alison Conner from the UH law school speaks on “Hong Kong 1997: Legal and Business Implications of the Transition,” 4:15 p.m., UH-Manoa’s Business Administration building, Room C101. Free.