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12 / Saturday
Flower Fest — Pearlridge Farmers’ Market will celebrate spring, 8 a.m.-noon, with live music, food booths and keiki activities. Farmers will be on hand with fresh, locally grown produce, as well as a vast array of tropical island flowers. Free admission. Call 808-388-9696.

13 / Sunday
The Living Last Supper Drama — Hear disciple/actors describe the Last Supper, 7 p.m., AMR Chapel, Bldg. 1790.

16 / Wednesday
9th MSC Campus Clean-up — Daylong effort at Fort Shafter Flats includes shredding behind Bldg. 1554, power washing and recycling as part of Earth Month activities. Call the Directorate of Installation Management Environmental office with questions at 808-438-1600, extensions 3307, 3533, 3246 or 3247.

18 / Friday
Living Stations — A walk simulates the path Jesus walked before his crucifixion. Begins at noon, SB Main Post Chapel.

19 / Saturday
Butterfly Conservatory — Pearlridge Center hosts, once again, hundreds of living butterflies and a self-guiding tour. Admission is $3 per person. One child under 8 years of age is free with one paying adult, through Saturday, April 19.

20 / Sunday
Waimea Valley Family Day — Each 3rd Sunday is La’Ohana (Family Day) at Waimea Valley, through the end of the year, including Easter Sunday. Kama’aina and military families will receive half off admission with valid ID.
Easter Sunday also offers brunch seatings at 10 a.m. and noon for $38.95 adults and children 4-12 for $18.95. Enjoy Easter egg hunt on the main lawn for keiki 4 and under at 11:30 a.m. Call 808-638-7766 or visit

23 / Wednesday
Earth Day Trashion Show — Celebrate Earth Day by designing wearable garments and accessories created from trash and junk for the first-ever Island Palm Communities’ Earth Day Festival Trashion Show.
Entrants must register between 1-1:30 p.m. at the IPC Synergy Tent, with 2 p.m. show at the main stage at the Earth Day Festival, Kalakaua Community Center. For entry forms log onto or call 808-275-3750.

26 / Saturday
NTBI — Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe, anonymous disposal during the National Take Back Initiative from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Oct. 26. Drop off at these locations:
•Main Post Exchange at Schofield Barracks, Pearl Harbor, Marine Corps Base Hawaii;
•Inside Kahala Mall, center of Kaneohe Bay shopping center or north end of Town Center, Mililani; or
•Hawaii State Capitol or Kapolei Police Station.
For more details, call 808-541-1930 or visit

30 / Wednesday
USAG-HI Facebook Town Hall — Attend the quarterly online Facebook Town Hall, hosted by Col. Daniel Whitney, commander, USAG-HI, from 6-7:30 p.m., April 30, at, under the “Events” tab.”

1 / Thursday
Lei Day Celebration — Operated by the City and County of Honolulu, which hosts the daylong series of programs, 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; includes entertainment and exhibits at Queen Kapiolani Park and Bandstand. Visit

31 / Saturday
AFCEA Scholarships — Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association Educational Foundation Hawaii Merit Scholarship Award applications are now available. Deadline to apply is May 31. Email or call 808-479-4705.

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