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Thursday, October 1, 2015

10/2 - 10/22

Remember new format is Hale Kula calendar first and community calendar 2nd. So, read to the end for fabulous events happening all over the island.
Fri. Oct. 2          Super Eagle Assembly in the cafeteria 8:30am – 9:30am
                      Cardboard Challenge in the afternoon for kindergarten 1st & 2nd grade.  Modified schedule due to unknown weather. Check with your teacher for schedule.
School is out for intercession break October 5 - 13.
Wed. Oct. 14         School returns for the 2nd quarter

Thurs. Oct. 15      Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 1:30pm – 2:00pm

Fri. Oct. 16         Thank you for being on time every day. In your seat by 7:55am

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

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
Sept. 28 – Oct. 3  Mililani Library pays homage to books that were banned with a free mini film festival. Oct. 3 at 2pm is Where the Wild Things are. The film festival is intended to raise awareness of the First amendment and issues surrounding banned books. Screenings are open to teenagers and adults. Call 627-7470

Sat & Sun, Oct. 3 & 4    Intertribal Powwow at Thomas Square from 10am – 5pm. Native American ancing, drumming, singing, crafts, arts, food, and more.

Sun. Oct. 4         Wiki Wiki One Day Vintage Collectibles & Hawaiiana Show at the Blaisdell Center from 10:30 – 4:30. Admission is $4.50. This 14th annual Halloween edition of the collectibles show brings more than 70 vendors to 93 tables full of antiques, Hawaiiana and more.

Mon. Oct. 5 and each first Monday
Teen Open mic at Mililani Library starts at 6:30pm in the Quiet Room. Showcases local teen talent in music, poetry and drama. Call 627-7470

Sat. Oct. 10        Living History Day at Tropic Lightning Museum from 10am – 3pm. FREE admission, public welcome. Food and shave ice available for purchase. Activities include: live big band music, swing dancing, children’s activities, K9 military dogs, historic weapons, vehicles & re-enactors, interactive and static displays.

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. 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.

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