Courtesy of Akiko Kodama

Paper Lei Making w/ Austin History Center

Thirty-two years ago, local(ish) boy George H.W. established May as Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander month. Pay your respects at Windsor Public Library, bringing another fantastic bit of programming in partnership with Austin History Center. A local curator will walk through artifacts from each culture. Then they’ll dive into traditions from America’s only archipelago – Hawaii! Learn about the cultural significance of the hula and leis, then respectfully try out lei-making for yourself. It’s a perfect way to honor the stories of this vital community. – Cat McCarrey
Past date: Tue., May 21
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