RSVP Today For January 19! - Archived

Aloha mai kākou,

I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and are excited for the new year!

As we launch into 2024, the Sierra Club Oʻahu Group and the Church of the Crossroads would like to invite you to join us for a special screening of Inhabitants – Indigenous Perspective on Restoring Our World on Friday, January 19th from 6-8:30PM at the Church of the Crossroads.

Free dinner will be served at the film screening. Please RSVP for this film screening by January 16th, Tuesday, by clicking the link here. This helps us to get a headcount to ensure that we have enough food for all attendees. While we prefer you RSVP by January 16th, late RSVPs will still be welcomed.

Parking is free and will be at the front entrance of the Church of the Crossroads. The address is 1212 University Avenue, Honolulu HI 96826 and we encourage you to enter from Bingham St.

This event is open to the public and the more the merrier! It would make our day if you could share this with your own networks, so bring along your friends and family! We have also attached the Inhabitants flier in this email, so please consider forwarding this email to your own email lists, newsletters, and social media handles.

To get a sneak peak of the film, you can watch the trailer for Inhabitants here.

This event also serves as a preliminary gathering for the upcoming Watada Lecture Series on Peace, Justice, and the Environment, scheduled for February 16-18th, 2024. The series will feature Kamanamaikalani Beamer, who will delve into his forthcoming book, “Waiwai?” – Water and the Future of Hawaiʻi.

As we pave the way for these critical conversations, your insights and presence will contribute immensely to our collective journey. We are incredibly excited to hold our first film screening of the new year, and we look forward to seeing you on the 19th and beyond!

Ola i ka wai!
Madison & Dyson

Dyson Chee
Club Network Director
The Hawai‘i Youth Climate Coalition

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