Panels from the AIDS memorial quilt will be on display at the Honolulu Academy of Arts through Sunday in commemoration of World AIDS Day.
AIDS quilt pieces
together memories of
friends and family
Hawaii supporters of the San Francisco-based Names Project, curator of the quilt, have helped create an exhibit honoring people from Hawaii who have died with AIDS. Panels on display will remember the following individuals: Rodney Au, Gil Anduha, Tommy Aguilar, Bill Wilson, Carlton Anthony Kelii Low, James Paul Enfield, Clayton Dale Sandobal, Dennis Shawn Kelly, Mark Frederic Scheffel, David Wayne Madden, Jim King, Shelton Ragland, Gary Rad McDougle, Stuart Mark Scoggin, Thom Hunter, Nelson Dumlao, Rocco Brateman and Howard Imamura Jr.
For academy hours and other information, call 532-8700.
The Makaha Sons will headline the Ilikai/Nikko Waikiki's annual Christmas Show Dec. 20 in the Pacific Ballroom.
Christmas gig for Sons
The festive evening will also feature Robi Kahakalau, Sean Na'auao and Halau Hula O Kawaili'ula.
A dinner buffet featuring such selections as roast prime rib, sauteed mahimahi and roasted turkey breast, is optional.
Dinner starts at 5 p.m. and the show starts at 8:15 p.m. Admission to the dinner show is $40 for adults and $20 for children ages 5 through 10. Cocktail seating is $20.
For reservations, call 949-3811.
Former principals, teachers and students of Queen Lydia Lili'uokalani School are invited to participate in an oral history project being conducted by the school's enrichment class.
Lili'uokalani alumni sought
The project's goal is to preserve the history of the school and Kaimuki town in conjunction with the town's 100th anniversary.
Contact the class by calling 733-4726. Or send a fax to 733-4685 or direct e-mail to Julia McCullen@makani.K12.us
Tenor Damien Top is returning to Hawaii Public Radio's Atherton Performing Arts Studio for a program of French songs Dec. 13, dedicated to the holiday season.
Tenor Top returns
The distinguished soloist will be accompanied by pianist Mark Wong. The concert will start at 4 p.m. and will include music by Massenet, Ravel and Debussy, and will introduce one of Top's original compositions in Flemish.
Top performs throughout the world in a repertoire ranging from opera to oratorio to lighter works.
Tickets are $12.50 for HPR members, $15 for nonmembers, and $10 for students. Call 955-8821 for more information.
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