Join USO and New York Times Bestselling Author of “Bridgerton” Julia Quinn for a live Q&A discussion about “The Duke and I” for all members of the military community on Monday, November 1st at 0900 HST.
Swing by USO JBPHH on October 27th between 0900 and 1000 HST to receive a participation kit PRIOR to the virtual Q&A on November 1st. The participation kit has treats to coincide with the virtual Q&A discussion on November 1st at 0900 HST!
The grab-and-go portion of this program is first come first served, while supplies last. You must ALSO register for the virtual Q&A and submit your questions here: usomvp.org/JuliaQuinn.
Please carefully review the following event details:
First come, first served. While supplies last. No registration is required for the grab-and-go portion.
Open to military service members & their families. Must show Military ID to receive items.
One participation kit will be given per participant. No pick-ups for friends or neighbors will be allowed.
** Event Instructions:**
1) Arrive at the AMC Terminal and look for the USO Van. A table will be set up approximately 6 feet from the van. Please remain in your vehicle and pull up approximately 3 feet from the table. If there is a line, please do not block the bus lane.
2) A military ID will be required for received items.
3) Everyone must adhere to the social distancing and safety precautions set by the USO JBPHH team.
JBPHH AMC Passenger Terminal (PARKING LOT) 355 Mamiya Ave. Bldg. 2028 JBPH-Hickam, HI 96853 Please be advised. The JBPHH AMC Passenger Terminal is closed. You will not be allowed entrance into the terminal.
In order to maintain the safety of staff and attendees, please be respectful of our social distancing procedures. We thank you for your cooperation!View on Facebook
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