Friday, March 29th

Time Event Title
10:00 am-1:30 pm

March Madness! Sponsored by Special Olympics

Arcata Community Center
Joins us for a special olympics basketball tournament for high school students with disabilities in Humboldt County.

This event will give kids with disabilities a chance to compete and have fun. It will be a bracketed tournament with an intermission or 'madness' time where kids will be able to show off their skills to win prizes. We are trying to get as many spectators as possible to cheer them on.
10:00 am-12:00 pm

Dance Workshop: Dohlrhythms Dance Company and Non Stop Bhangra

HSU Campus
As part of the Pan-Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives festival, A.P.A.S.A. presents a dance workshop with special guest artists Dohlrhythms Dance Company and Non Stop Bhangra--guest artists from San Francisco!

Dholrhythms Dance Company is an organization dedicated to promoting the artistic and cultural heritage of India through the Bhangra and Giddha folk dances of Punjab, India.

Persons who wish to request disability-related accommodations, should contact the MultiCultural Center 707-826-3364 or mcc@humboldt.edu as soon as possible. Sponsored by HSU Diversity, Dept of Theatre, Film & Dance, Wells Fargo Bank, All Under Heaven.
12:00 pm-1:00 pm

Healing Circle Performance

HSU Campus
As part of the Pan-Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives festival, A.P.A.S.A. presents, the Healing Circle. Hana Hanakekua Joao's group is a circle, embodying a positive community inspired by the healing power of the hoop and the happiness it manifests.
1:00 pm

Softball vs. Cal Dominguez Hills

HSU Softball Field
3:00 pm

Softball vs. Cal Dominguez Hills

HSU Softball Field
4:00 pm-5:00 pm

Biological Sciences Seminar Series

HSU Campus
All are welcome to hear Dr. Katie McDonald, of the HSU Biology Department, present, "Swimming snail larvae are overachievers - What larval form and performance tell us about transitions in mode of development."
4:00 pm-6:00 pm

Makahiki: A Hawaiian Celebration of Peace Through Play

Goodwin Forum
As part of Pan Asian Islander Perspectives Week, the Makahiki will showcase the act of reaping what you have sown as a community.

The Makahiki is celebrated in honor of the God of peace and prosperity, Lono, in addition to a season of harvest and relaxation.

We will be demonstrating, educating and of course, playing a variety of games that were practiced in Hawaii, then and now. This will be our first Makahiki at Humboldt State University!

4 - Welcoming Oli (Chant): E Ho Mai (Give Forth Knowledge)

4:10 - Greetings by Alana Souza & Hanakekua Joao: What is the Makahiki? Who is Lono?

4:25 - Description of dance performances

4:30 - Tahitian Dance by Kyla Barcelona

4:35 - Kahiko Hula by 'Alohi Bikle

4:40 - Auwana Hula by Sunshine Warren

4:45 - Auwana Hula by Marylyn Paik-Nicely

4:50 - Ho'olaule'a Inoa (Name Celebration) by Hanakekua Joao

5:00 - Interactive Game Presentation

5:10 - Let the games begin!!!

Ulumaika (similar to bowling)
Konane Competition (similar to checkers)
Uma (arm wrestling)
Haka Moa ("Chicken" fighting)
Hu (Hmong spinning tops)

5:45 - Questionnaire

5:55 - "Hawaii Aloha" led by Hanakekua Joao

6:00 - Ua Pau!

Tables featuring:

Lono-i-ka-makahiki Display (Featuring an Akua Loa + Ho'okupu)
"Kapa" Stamping - Homemade cards exemplifying ancient petroglyphs
Fundraiser for the MCC & API Grad:
Jack Gnarly Design (Handmade ceramic dinnerware and sculpture)
Lokahi Apparel (Unifying and harmonious clothing from Hawaii)
The Multi-Cultural Center and Pan Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives

For more details about the Makahiki, please visit:
http://agoile.wix.com/pan-api#!zine/c1ntu

For updates on the Pan-Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives Week, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/AsianPacificAmericanStudentAlliance?fref=ts

Mahalo Nui Loa, we hope to see you soon!
5:00 pm

Rachel Kamradt, Oboe Senior Recital

Fulkerson Recital Hall
6:00 pm-7:30 pm

Chinese Folk Tales

HSU Campus
Guest artist Pearl Weng-Liang Huang shares folk stories from her childhood in China with music and poetry in Chinese and English. Pearl shows how folk tales and folk songs are an important part of Chinese culture to build community and family.

Part of the Pan-Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives Festival, presented by the A.P.A.S.A. club. Persons who wish to request disability-related accommodations, should contact the MCC 707-826-3364 or mcc@humboldt.edu as soon as possible.
6:00 pm

What Does Rehabilitation Look Like?

Native American Forum
Humboldt County District Attorney Paul Gallegos and others will participate in a roundtable question and answer session titled, “What Does Rehabilitation Look Like?”

Guests will include Humboldt County’s chief probation officer Bill Damiano, KHSU radio host Sista Soul and representatives from Justice Now and the Prison University Project.

Part of Humboldt State's first Campus Dialogue on Race March 28 and 29.
7:00 pm

El día de las mujeres (Punk, Folk + Hip Hop Show)

Campus Center for Appropriate Technology
Join the Women's Resource Center for a night of silkscreening, swapmeeting and free performances by Humboldt local bands: Cliterate and Gunsafe. Also come check out Humboldt Free Radio Alliance!
8:00 pm

Woodwinds Studio Recital

Fulkerson Recital Hall
8:00 pm

Thousand Kites Screening

Native American Forum
Thousand Kites is a one-act play that tells the stories of prisoners, their family members and correction officers.

Part of Humboldt State's first Campus Dialogue on Race March 28 and 29.

Ongoing Events:

Time Event Title
Feb 4th-Mar 30th

RecycleMania 2013

HSU Campus
Feb 21st-Apr 27th

Fixing the Earth: NOW

Goudi'ni Gallery
Mar 26th-Mar 30th

Pan Asian Pacific Islander Perspectives

HSU Campus

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