Queen Ka'ahumanu Center You a student in grades 6 through 12? Handy with digital media design? Why not design the art that will adorn our four new electric vehicle charging stations? And maybe win some prizes, too. Maui County students are invited to enter this digital media design contest sponsored by Hitachi and the Maui Economic Development Board. The designs, meant to beautify the charger stations, should positively represent the community, environment and clean energy, a news release from the MEDB said. The winning image will be announced June 15 at Queen Ka'ahumanu Center. The first-place entry will receive a prize package totaling $1,000; second place, $500; and third place, $250. Details HERE: http://www.mauinews.com/page/content.detail/id/572831/Student-contest-underway-to--design-vehicle-charger-stations.html?nav=15 For more information, contact Bristol at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (808) 875-2332.
Queen Ka'ahumanu Center It’s a packed weekend at Queen Ka'ahumanu Center. Kicking off with Aloha Friday … Friday • Grab your fresh Maui produce – farmer’s market open to 4 p.m. Saturday • Summer Camp Fair (10a-2p): Meet representatives and explore summer options for kids from more than two dozen Maui programs and camps. (In partnership with Maui Family Magazine.) Sunday • American Heart Association Blood Pressure Clinic (10a-2p): In support of Stroke Month in May, the American Heart Association is offering free blood pressure screenings and CPR demonstrations. For more information on any of these events visit QueenKaahumanuCenter.com or stop by customer service (808.877.4325).