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Band performs in Honolulu

Innovations Public Charter School students held a performance and fundraiser for their music program March 29. The event was hosted by the Pacific Rim Education Foundation at the Hawaii Queen Coffee Garden.

Taxes done? Just in time for Passover treats

Tonight ends another glorious episode of number crunching for the income tax deadline, just as Passover begins. What a perfect time to offer some Jewish comfort food: Passover desserts. Although they are mostly a tradition enjoyed in the Jewish faith, these treats are delicious to serve any day, for anyone. They can be a little challenging to make because flour and leavening agents are not allowed on Passover. You can substitute potato starch for matzo meal, which is made from ground matzo. This is available in most major supermarkets. Whichever recipes you try, I bet you won’t wait until Passover comes to make them again.

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Chamber ensemble performing

Ohrlando’s Chamber Ensemble will say “Mahalo and Good Bye” with its 6th concert of the 2013-14 season. The ensemble will perform as a duo oboe/bassoon and piano. Ursula and Roland will present a varied mixture of music from different periods. Bohemian music by the early classic composer Johann Stamitz, a sonata by Francois Devienne, a piece by Wolfgana Amadeus Mozart and other pearls will enrich this program.

APAC offers continuing classes

Aloha Performing Arts Company performing arts education programs are continuing, with Jerry Tracy’s Tuesday Trouper class beginning a new session on April 15. This class is a theater skills class for children ages 8 through 12, and meets from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the Aloha Theatre in Kainaliu. It will meet for six sessions, with the final class, featuring a short public presentation, on May 20. Tracy will be assisted by Hualalai Academy senior Nora Frank. Tuition is $60 for the session. Early sign-up is requested, to facilitate planning. Payment may be made at the first meeting. A limited number of scholarships is available, by arrangement with APAC Operations Director Suzanne Murdock.