After a busy round of events on Maui, our next outreach is on Oahu.

The next Civil Beat pop-up newsroom will be at the Hawaii Kai Public Library starting at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday.

Several Civil Beat reporters, editors and members of our business team will be available to answer questions about our operations and listen to readers’ ideas about what issues we should be covering.

Hawaii Kai has a high level of civic engagement so we are expecting that residents will take the opportunity to talk story and share insights about their community.

Many of the tips we receive at pop-up newsroom events go on to become Civil Beat stories.

Hawaii Kai Public Library is at 249 Lunalilo Home Rd. and there is ample free parking.

The team will be on site until 4 p.m.

There is one feature of previous pop-up newsrooms on Oahu that you won’t see at Hawaii Kai. That’s the distinctive Civil Beat Wavemaker van.

It is now doing service on Maui, supporting our expanded coverage of the Valley Isle.

Visitors to the Wailuku Public Library will be able to see it at our pop-up there on Monday, starting from 10 a.m.

This project is supported by the Hawaii Community Foundation and the League of Women Voters of Honolulu Education Fund.

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