COMMUNITY DINNER + FUNDRAISER: A “FEAST” is a public dinner at which attendees pay to join a catered reception, and a portion of that payment is set aside as a prize. While attendees eat, mingle, and imbibe, different presenters pitch community projects. After the presenters are finished, attendees vote on which community project they wish to award the prize to. At the February 25th FEAST, students from the University of Hawaiʿi, Department of Urban and Regional Planning will present their ideas for proposed garden improvements being planned at Līhuʿe Court Townhomes. These improvements are part of the Līhuʻe Placemaking, Forestry & Gardens Initiative
WHEN: Saturday, February 25th from 6:30PM to 8:30PM
WHERE: Līhuʻe Court Townhomes at 4160 Hoala Street
TICKETS AND COST: Attendance is limited to 50 attendees, who will be provided with a farm-to-table meal and beverages. 30 tickets are reserved for townhome residents and 20 tickets are available for community members. Tickets are $25 for community members (Līhuʻe Court Townhomes residents may attend for free).
Last modified: February 15, 2023