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All Day Hawaiian Steel Stage Performances Bring your instruments to jam and learn! Attend Bobby Ingano's Hawaiian Steel Technique Workshop.
Luau $50 on Saturday
Join us for a downtown lunchtime meditation and discussion for all levels, first-timers to well-practiced. Tips and instruction provided.
No charge to participate. Donations are appreciated.Find out more »
FREE Admission 4 - 6 pm VIP & Member Reception 6 - 9 pm Fort Collins Gallery Walk Entertainment 4:30-6 pm: Tropical Swing band playing Hawaiian classics from the '30s, '40s, and '50s. Tony Fourcroy with the Hawaiian Steel Guitar Association will be performing backed up by a bass, guitar, and ukulele. 6:30 -7:30 pm: Plymouth Ukulele Group along with Stuart Yoshida, founder of Ooktown (aka Colorado School of Ukulele).Find out more »
Lloyd Walker, retired from CSU Civil Engineering Department and part-time Hawaiian resident, will explore the history of America's youngest state from the volcanic origin of the Hawaiian archipelago to the resurgence of the native Hawaiian culture known as the Hawaiian Renaissance.Find out more »
6th Annual Gala for the Museum: Living Aloha is Global Village Museum’s annual fundraiser. This year’s theme is in coordination with our Main Gallery exhibit, Living Aloha: Hawaii’s Enduring Legacy, which opens October 5th. You will be steeped in the rich Hawaiian culture with delicious food, hula performance, and authentic music. There will be a fabulous live and silent auction items to bid on. A cash bar will be available.Find out more »
Half-price admission to see Museum's 4 Galleries. Opening Hall Exhibit by UNC StudentFind out more »
Dr. Steven Anderson, professor in UNC Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, will delve into the recent volcanic eruptions in Hawaii as well as the aftermath and consequences from those eruptions.Find out more »
Award-winning author Teresa Funke will discuss and sign copies of her newest book in the Home-Front Heroes series. War on a Sunday Morning chronicles the courageous story of 13-year-old Rose Williams that unfolds when the Japanese attack Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. The program is free and geared toward ages 6-13. The Colorado author will have all seven of her books available for purchase, including the celebrated Dancing in Combat Boots.Find out more »