Construction Alert!!!

The library's current Parking Lot & Sidewalk Improvements include repaving of the front and back parking lots, and widening the sidewalk next to the Meeting Room. The resulting front parking lot will be three stalls and ADA-compliant. Please note the following important dates and impacts:

Summer Reading Program Starts on May 31

Sign up now for the Hawaii State Public Library System Summer Reading Program! As usual, the 5-week program is offered to children, teens and adults throughout the library system from May 31 through July 1. Read at least one book a week and get a surprise reading incentive every week. For more information, call the library at 377-2456.

Our Windows Are Tinted

As one of the state's continuous energy saving measures, the library's windows and doors have been recently tinted. Most of the signs on our doors had to be removed to protect the film installed from the inside of the glass. The library is evaluating the need for various signs and only the essential signs such as library hours will be posted in the most visible area, our display case. Thank you for your understanding!

5-Hour Summer Book Sale by the Friends of Aina Haina Library

Saturday, June 4, 2011 - 10:00am - 3:00pm
Meeting Room & Front of the Library

The Friends of Aina Haina Public Library will hold a 5-hour Summer Book Sale to benefit the library on Saturday, June 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Shoppers will find specially priced items such as gift quality books and DVDs displayed in the front of the library. A selection of books priced at $1.00 and CDs for children and adults will be available in the Meeting Room. Come early for the best selection.

Plastic: Impacts on Your Health, Marine Life and the Environment

Saturday, April 23, 2011 - 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Meeting Room

An educational and inspirational presentation by B.E.A.C.H. Co-Founder Suzanne Frazer on the issue of plastic in our environment and how it is both harmful to our health as well as marine life. Learn about chemicals in plastic, the impacts of marine debris on marine life and what simple steps you can take to protect your health as well as the environment. In conjunction of the presentation, the library is also hosting an art display by the students of Hahaione School about marine debris awareness, available now through April 28.

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