Hale Kula calendar first and community calendar 2nd. So, read to the end for fabulous events happening all over the island.
Fri. Oct. 16 First PTO Popcorn Friday. Prepay 75cents by 8:30 in the morning and hot fresh popcorn will be delivered to your classroom at the end of the school day.
Last day to enter yearbook cover contest. Put your drawing in PTO box in office. Make sure your name and classroom are on the BACK.
Mon. Oct. 19 Copy Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 9am. No kids
Tues. Oct. 20 Parent Workshop on ‘Learning Styles’ 8am – 9am in F4
Boxtop & Labels for Education pick up from classrooms
Wed. Oct. 21 Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8:00am – 8:30am
Thurs. Oct. 22 8:30 Evacuation Drill for the entire school walking off campus for practice
Book Swap and Jamba Juice afterschool in the cafeteria
Bring a book from home & swap for another. Jamba Juice for $2.50
Fri. Oct. 23 Twin Day to celebrate 10,000 Boxtops turned in this year so far. Talk to your friends and match your clothes to dress like a twin today. (Within school dress code)
Mon. Oct. 26 – Fri. Oct. 30 School is out at 12:30 all week for Parent Teacher conferences
Oct. 16 – 18 Food and New Product Show at the Blaisdell Center. Admission is $5.00
Sat. Oct. 17 Zombie Dash Hawaii. This 5K course winds through the Turtle Bay property with zombies chasing runners along the way. There are obstacles like tires, ropes and climbing challenges but the course is designed to be family friendly. Runners must work in teams of four to find 4 scientists scattered throughout the zombie infested trail. For the entire backstory and to register go to zombiedashhawaii.com. Cost is $49. Check in begins at 2pm and race starts at 3pm. Still looking for 80 zombies as well as other living volunteers to handle things like check in or monitoring the course.
Every 3rd Sunday of the month Waimea Valley Ohana Family Day. Admission for Kama’aina and military with valid ID is $5.00 for adults and $2.50 for kids and senior. Experience Hula, Lei making, keiki scavenger Hunt, storytelling, mini tournaments, petroglyph rubbing and much more call 808-638-7766
Sun. Oct. 18 Craft, Gift & Rubberstamp Expo at the Blaisdell Center – Hawaii Suite from 9am – 3pm for FREE. Featuring local vendors selling a wide variety of crafts, gift items and supplies. Including a crafter’s clearance sale. email@example.com
Sun. Oct. 18 Soroptimist International plans a Membership Tea Party from noon to 2pm at Wahiawa Botanical Garden, featuring high tea and delectable dishes as guests wear hats and share the groups mission to improve the lives of women and girls. Reservations are due one week ahead and the public is welcome. Call 772-8274
Sat. Oct. 24 Wahiawa Lions will hold a clothing and canned food drive from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM at the Wahiawa Shopping Center in front of Longs to benefit needy families in the Wahiawa area. Monetary donations will also be accepted.
All kinds of clothing will be accepted. Canned foods especially needed are tuna, meats, and baked beans, as well as vegetables and fruits.
For more information or to make a donation, call Jack Kampfer at 621-0852.
Fri. Oct. 9 and every Friday and Saturday through Oct. 31
Dole Plantation Haunted activities from 7pm – 11pm. House of Nightmares live Haunted House and a Nightmare Express train ride. The latter will feature story teller Lopaka Kapanui sharing ‘hair-raising’ ghost stories. Dole Plantation cautions that the experience is not suited for children and those under age 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets cost $10 to ride the Nightmare Express or $13. to enter the House of Nightmares. Dole-plantation.com