Listed here are special events taking place at the library, and workshops conducted by the library that are open for anyone to attend.
- Banned Books Week – September 28 - October 2, 2015
- The library will celebrate the freedom to read with a display and readings from banned and challenged books, every day at noon.
- SC Workshop: Conducting Genealogy Research in Hawaiʻi – October 21, 2015, 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm, Room LC-102
- Librarian Keahiahi Long will conduct a workshop exploring various geneology resources in Hawaiʻi. Part of the Learning Resource Center's Success Connection Workshop series. Details.
- SC Workshop: Uncover STEM and Native Hawaiian Research Treasures – November 3, 2015, 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm, Room LC-102
- Librarians Jue Wang, Leah Gazan, and Keahiahi Long will conduct a workshop on Google Scholar and other library resources for researching STEM and Native Hawaiian issues. Part of the Learning Resource Center's Success Connection Workshop series. Details.
If you want to see when library instruction sessions for specific classes are scheduled, you can take a look at the librarians' calendar.
To see what else is happening in the library, check out the What's New in the Library page.Past library events.