Watch Babetteʻs Feast — and eat, too

The last free international movie screening of the semester will be held on campus Thursday (April 13). Thereʻs free food, too. Students, faculty and staff are welcome.
What: Babette’s Feast (Winner of the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film)
Country: Denmark
When: Thursday, April 13, from 2:30-4:30 PM
Where: Building 2 Room 214
Menu: Salami, cheese and crackers; chips and salsa; Aussie bites; mandarin oranges

No pre-registration necessary. Just come in and sign up on the day of the event.

Special thanks to the Honda International Opportunities Fund Grant Advisory Committee and HCC’s International Education Committee for sponsoring and organizing this exciting event.

See more photos of Wednesday’s big event

Here are the latest photos from the last few hours of Wednesday’s Ho’olaulea at Honolulu Community College

It’s on — Honolulu CC’s Ho’olaule’a

Rememember to come out today and participate in all the festivities as Honolulu Community College celebrates Ho`olaule`a — this year a combined event along with the Sustainability Showcase and Spring Career Fair.

Come out to the mall, the māla, and Hale `Aina cafeteria to check out the many exhibitors, employers, demonstrations, crafts, games, informational booths, AND enjoy great live music and `ono food!

Remember to first sign-in at the Welcome Tent between Sheetmetal and Bldg. 2, and pick up a passport (on which to collect stamps; redeemable for a Hawaiian food plate at the māla.)

Honolulu CC’s Ho’olaule’a set for Wednesday

The sixth annual Ka māla o Niuhelewai Hoʻolauleʻa at Honolulu Community College will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, April 12, and it’s going to be bigger than ever.

This year Hoʻolauleʻa is a combined event with the Career Fair and the Sustainability Showcase venues. These events, coordinated with a shared emphasis on local culture, sustainable choices and community involvement, will include contests, crafts, demonstrations, and games. Exhibitors, employers offering career opportunities, informational booths promoting greater environmental awareness, live music and `ono food can also be expected.

There will be passport system for everyone to participate at all of the venues and receive stamps to complete their passport in order to receive their Hawaiian food plate at the māla. The opening protocol for the event will be near the mall at 9:30 a.m.

In keeping with the sustainability theme, participants are being encouraged to bring their own reusable plate or container, reusable beverage cup or flask, and reusable utensils for their lunch.

Scandinavia will be the focus of this yearʻs Cultural Day on Campus from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, March 23.

Hereʻs a list of the planned activities, all of which will be held in the HonCC cafeteria.

9:00 a.m. Play a round of MUSIC BINGO showcasing Scandinavia’s greatest hits, including your favorite Swedish mega band, ABBA. PRIZES TO BE AWARDED!
10 a.m. — Learn about the fascinating history, culture and geography of the Nordic countries in a gorgeous slideshow presentation by Professor Lena Low
10:30 a.m. — Enter our LEGO Guessing Game for a chance to win a deluxe ANGRY BIRDS LEGO SET (a $50 value)
10:45 a.m.– Make a Swedish MIDSUMMER GARLAND with fresh local plants and flowers.
11:45 a.m. — Create your very own NORDIC PUPPET drawing on inspiration from the Vikings and Norse fairy tales and myths
12:30 PM — Meet the FINALISTS of HCC’s Art Contest: Vikings, Trolls, and Fairies and hear the students talk about their winning entries.
1:00 PM — Cheer the first, second, and third place WINNERS of HCC’s Art Contest.

All events are free and no pre-registration is required.
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