Join us for our next installment of the
Science @ Your Library series!
Aloha Hawaii Alliance for Science Ohana,
We are up and running with our 2019 Science@Your Library Series and we hope that 2019 is going well for you all!
In our first event of 2019, back on February 4th, Kim Steutermann Rogers shared the film “Saving Ohi`a, Hawaii’s Sacred Tree” and spoke to use about Rapid Ohi`a Death. We are excited to have Dr. Janet Berreman speaking to us about Measles, Epidemiology & Outbreak Response on Monday, March 11th at 5:30pm. You can learn more on our website or follow us on Facebook.
We plan to keep our monthly program running at the Lihue Public Library and we also hope to add some additional events at other Public Libraries on Kauai during 2019.
Let us know if you have any questions or suggestions and we look forward to seeing you on March 11th or at another Science@Your Library event this year!
Mahalo for your support!
Mahalo to our last speaker, Kim Steutermann Rogers! View photos below!
If you or someone you know would like to speak in the Science @ Your Library series, or you would like to see this program at your library, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hawaii Alliance for Science is a group of community members, families, educators, native Hawaiians, and scientists. We advocate to ensure that Science can thrive in Hawaii. We are committed to perpetuating Science among our island cultures with the spirit of Aloha.
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