Photos by Paul Saito
Join Palama Settlement for its annual Community Holiday Event! Bring your family for refreshments, live entertainment, and lucky drawing prize giveaways. All children will have a photo opportunity with Santa and receive a gift, thanks to Toys for Tots. This event is free and open to the public.
To see photos from previous years, click here.
Registration for spring watercolor classes is now open. Fee for this six week class is $25. No prior experience necessary and all supplies provided. If you are interested in signing up, please contact Donna at (808) 848-2517 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us for a Halloween event on Wednesday, October 30 in the evening. There will be keiki-friendly activities from 5:00-6:30 PM, including face painting, a piñata, and pottery, followed by a haunted house for older children and teens. Get into the spooky spirit with us at this fun, free event!
For more information or questions, please contact Kim Corbin at email@example.com.
Special thanks to our In-Community Treatment Program students for using their Adobe skills to create these flyers in our computer lab with Twiddle Productions.
Get in the Halloween spirit with these fun coloring pages designed by Twiddle Productions!
Click on your favorite picture below or use this link to download all four.
If you happen to have a chance to visit Honolulu Hale this month, stop by the mezzanine level to see some fantastic watercolor paintings done by the kupuna enrolled in Palama Settlement’s Senior Program watercolor class. The artwork is colorful, imaginative, and playful, and extremely well-done for a beginner class. Photos below are from the opening reception held at Honolulu Hale on October 2.
Special thanks to watercolor instructor Dawn Yoshimura, The Awesome Foundation, and the Mayor’s Office of Culture and the Arts for this opportunity to exhibit.
Dedicated Palama Settlement volunteers Shelly and Reid Shimabukuro were featured in the October 2, 2019 MidWeek Good Neighbor Column. In addition to helping with the Pakolea football program as mentioned in the article, Shelly and Reid and their children have helped serve Keiki Thanksgiving Dinner, cook hot dogs for the annual community Holiday Event, and participate in campus beautification projects. Palama is grateful to have volunteers like Shelly and Reid support its programs and help to make their community a better place.
If you are interested in getting involved with Palama Settlement, let us know!