This is National Consumer Protection Week. The Department of Consumer Affairs has a free Consumer Education Fair, Wednesday, 10 a.m., courtyard of the King Kalakaua Building on Merchant Street.
The East-West Center today hosts the fourth annual National Climate Assessment Town Hall for Hawaii and Pacific Islands. It's 6 p.m. at the Imin International Conference Center and free to the public.
The Kahala will do a dinner March 23, with New Zealand's first-and-only master sommelier Cameron Douglas - five New Zealand wine pairings for a five-course meal by executive chief Wayne Hirabayashi.
The Ravizza Brownfield Gallery opens a new Pistoletto exhibit in Chinatown today - 6 to 8 p.m. - 1109 Nuuanu.
If you go to the SALT block in Kakaako for lunch, be advised a new men's hair salon has also opened there. It's called 18/8, it opened Sunday, and it's across from The Collection on Keawe Street.
The International Microwave Symposium will be held June 4-9 at the Convention Center. Theme: "Hawaii 5G, Catch the Wave." Topics will include wearable electronics, medical apps, and radar for cars.
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