Join Tommy Tcheng and Kaina Quenga for an authentic Hawaiian cultural experience that will include puppetry, storytelling, ukulele, songs and maybe even some surfing!
This is an outdoor performance please bring a lawn chair. There is unlimited seating. In case of inclement weather the program will be held in the Community Room. Seating in the Community Room will be limited to the first 80 on the registration list.
Kuchipudi is a classical dance from southern India known for its graceful movements and strong narrative character. Join us for an interactive workshop by a prominent danseuse, Sahana Natesan, who will demonstrate the techniques and gestures of this art form while performing a dance from the Kuchipudi repertoire.
Members of The Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project will be on hand to help attendees make lovely traditional lotus flower lanterns using colorful paper and wire frames. All materials will be provided; participants may choose the color of their lotus flower. Traditional Korean refreshments will be served.
An informative and interactive presentation to help your children get organized. Hope Stuart, of Apple a Day, will give specific tips and strategies to get you started. This program is for parents and caregivers.
Meet artist Stephaie Eichelberger. "Progression of a Dream," an exhibit of her most recent work is currently on display in the Community Room and Gallery on the lower level.
Stephanie's work is influenced by Salvatore Dali and the surrealism movement as well as by the mysticism of Native American art. The exhibit includes richly-colored paintings exuding a dream-like or surreal quality, engaging the viewer to step outside of reality and see a new world full of hope and meaning while still retaining a touch of mystery.