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Sunday, October 9 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Author, Non-Fiction - Reflections in Stone & Bronze

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An author, a celebrated Hawai‘i sculptor, and a famous Hawaiian musician explain and celebrate the stories of statues honoring Hawai‘i’s heroes and notables.

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Denby Fawcett

Denby Fawcett is a columnist for Honolulu Civil Beat. She grew up in Honolulu where she has been a news reporter since she was 16 years old.  Denby has been a Hawaii television broadcaster as well as a newspaper reporter who covered the Vietnam war. She co-authored "War Torn: Stories... Read More →

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Cheryl D. Soon

Cheryl Soon has been a resident of Honolulu for forty-five years. Educated at Colby College in Maine, she has a Masters in City Planning from Harvard University and a PhD from UH Hawaii. She has been an associate of locally-based SSFM International for the past fourteen years. Cheryl... Read More →
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Kim Duffett

Kim Duffett was originally from Ohio. Following travels through Europe, Africa, and South Pacific studying their art and cultures, he moved to Hawaii in 1977. His pieces can be found around the islands at Punahou School, Hilton Hawaiian village, several corporate and private collections... Read More →
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Peter Apo

Peter Apo is a former state legislator, Office of Hawaiian Affairs trustee, and state and county government administrator. He is president of the Peter Apo Company, a Hawaiian cultural consulting service. Peter also pursues a serious avocation as a singer-songwriter.

Sunday October 9, 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm HST