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Thursday, October 26, 2000


University of Hawaii Outreach College

Ecstatic monks

The Young San Ceremony, when performed in its entirety, lasts for three days. But the University of Hawai'i Outreach College doesn't expect anyone to sit still quite that long.

The college, the Korea Society and the Center for Korean Studies present the Young San Preservation Group at 5:30 p.m. Saturday.

The seven Buddhist monks will perform the liturgy entitled "The Sound of Ecstasy and Nectar of Enlightenment." The group has mastered pomp'ae, an unwritten music relying on complex vocal techniques that are learned by ear. The leader of the troupe, Monk Dong Hee, is the first woman to take part in this tradition.

Tickets are $18, $15 for students, and may be purchased at the Campus Center Box Office or 956-6878.

Leeward Community College
Teacher Michael Moser explains the mystery of
gravity-defying bubbles that hover over a
layer of carbon dioxide.

Learning fun
at Leeward

If you're ever going to make it out to Leeward Community College, Saturday might be a good day to do it as LCC presents its 11th annual Family Fun and Craft Fair then.

Besides the 70 craft vendors and food booths, there will be lots of fun yet educational activities for kids.

In the "Excitement in Education" zone, children will be able to see sunlight separated into rainbow colors, make slime putty and kaleidoscopes, morph their faces using computer technology, look at the sun through filters and wrap their tongues around edible bugs.

There will be exhibits of brown tree snakes and boa constrictors (dead ones), virtual bullfighting, body painting and cookie decorating.

There also will be keiki car set check ups, a 2001 new car show, white elephant sale and continuous entertainment.

The fair will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission and parking are free; there may be nominal charges (25 cents to $2) for some activities. For more information: 455-0416.

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