The Makiki Community Library was featured in the article “A Spunky Little Library” in the September 2016 issue of Honolulu Magazine. Go get yourself a copy, or ask to take a look at our copy of the article in the library.
- A big used book sale, including a variety of children’s books, vintage books, DVDs and records. Get your free book coupon to use at the book sale when you come to check-out books, before the anniversary weekend.
- The Sisters in Crime will be hosting round table discussions with local authors on Sat. until 4:00 and Sun. until 3:00. The public is welcome to participate.
- The Fairy Grandmother will bring magic and fun to the keiki on Sunday at 3:00.
- And oh . . . enjoy some refreshments!
Wednesdays 2-6 pm
Saturdays 12-4 pm
Sundays 12-4 pm
The book sale will be on Saturday, March 28 from 9 — 4 p.m. and Sunday, March 29 from noon — 4p.m. inside the Makiki Community Library. Prices are just 25 cents to $2 for children’s books, 50 cents to $2 for adult fiction, and $1 to $10+ for non-fiction. $1 for CDs. $2 for DVDs. Discount for multiple purchases. Members of The Friends of the Makiki Community Library can enter a half-hour earlier on Sunday.
Also on Saturday, will be the 7th Annual Makiki Easter Egg Hunt & Community Food Drive from 9:00am to 11:00am. Bring a canned food donation for the Parish of St. Clement’s Food Pantry and join the Easter festivities in the park including a Easter egg hunt (up to age 12), photos with the Easter bunny, face painting, crafts, and other keiki activities. Registration for the Easter Egg Hunt is at 9 a.m. (held in the Makiki District Park). Free. Call 393-0594 for questions about the Easter festivities.
On Saturday, August 25, 2012, from noon to 4pm, the Friends of the Makiki Community Library (FMCL) will host numerous organizations that currently utilize the library, as well as several local publishing houses. Organizations will have materials to distribute to the public, and patrons will have a chance to see the libraryâ€™s numerous attributes and recent upgrades. The FMCL will provide limited snacks and drinks for patrons.
The FMCL encourages the community to visit the only library in the Makiki area, run by volunteers outside of the state library system. In the future, the FMCL is planning more community involvement and is seeking to expand both the visibility of the library as well as its use by appropriate organizations that further its mission.
The Friends of Makiki Community Library (formerly the Friends of Makiki Library) is a group that manages the Makiki Library, the Frank F. Fasi Citizen Resource Center, and other programs that comprise the Makiki Community Library (MCL). The Friends is overseen by a board of directors that sets overall policies, goals, and management practices for the Learning Center.
We hope that you will be able to join us. There is no need to RSVP.
For additional information, contacts:
Sonny Ganaden: (808)294-9949, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wendy Maxwell: (808)542-3334, email@example.com
The Makiki Community Library is a volunteer-run library advocating literacy, learning, and civic engagement in a safe environment for the community.