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[Events] MPI Ho'olaule'a & Bishop Museum Family Sunday : Animation!

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Just a heads up! A couple free events you can catch us at!

MPI posterNext week Friday is the Mid-Pac Institute Ho'olaule'a!

Festivities are scheduled from noon to 7pm on the MPI campus grounds.

Mid-Pacific Institute
2445 Ka'ala Street
Honolulu, Hawaii 96822-2299

Scott and I will have a table and we'll be selling our goods amidst all the festivities! Not only will there be food and games, there's also a whole line of entertainment by the students and faculty!

We haven't gotten word just where we'll be on campus yet, so stay tuned.

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We've also just confirmed a booth at the upcoming Bishop Museum Family Sunday that takes place on March 22 from 9-5pm.


The current exhibit's theme is Animation! Running from February 14th - May 10th, the museum will host the Animation Exhibit. This exhibit is created by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) in Portland, Oregon in collaboration with the Cartoon Network.

Six thematic areas are explored in the Animation exhibit: History, Animation Studio, Art in Motion, Animation Laboratory, Sound and Stage and a Cartoon Museum.

(2009.03.18) Edit: All kama'aina and military families get discounted admission at the rate of $3, with free admission for children ages 3 and under and Bishop Museum members. Standard admission applies for everyone else: $15.95 for adults, $12.95 for ages 4 to 12 and seniors 65 and older.

As an additional bonus, attendees are encouraged to come in their favorite cartoon, anime, or manga-themed (family friendly!) costume and will be rewarded with a pass for a future visit to the museum!

We, as well as with the Kawaii-Kon staff, will be in attendance, so if you have some time, come out to this free event!

For more information, check out the Bishop Museum website!

The museum is at 1525 Bernice Street - gates open at 9am!


See you there!

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  • KirbyM

    Oh wow, these would be really awesome to go to, especially the animation thing since I'm doing a school project involving animation... except I don't really live anywhere nearby, so bleh.