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See Special "Seussical" Performance at Kapolei Library on March 2

See Special "Seussical" Performance at Kapolei Library on March 2

In celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday (March 2) and Read Across America, students from the Performing Arts Center of Kapolei (PACK) will present a special performance of songs from the musical “Seussical” at Kapolei Public Library on Saturday, March 2 at 10:30 a.m.  The free event will be conducted in the Children’s Section.  

This 30-minute performance will be followed by photo opportunities with cast members.  Keiki will be offered a free Dr. Seuss goody bag after the performance.                                           

The Friends of the Library Kapolei is sponsoring this one-hour program which is suitable for all ages.  All keiki must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

Geobunga hosts free edible garden workshop, March 2

Geobunga hosts free edible garden workshop, March 2

GEOBUNGA HOSTS FREE EDIBLE GARDEN WORKSHOP, MARCH 2

Ewa Beach Crush Youth Football League

Ewa Beach Crush Youth Football League will be have Registration March 9 and 10 at Ewa Beach Community Park from 11am-4pm. Ewa Beach Crush Football offers Flag Football ages 5-10yearsold (no weight limit) Tackle Football ages 9-13years old (weight limit) Cheerleading ages 5-15 years old (no weight limit) For information call Lola @ 808-256-3662 or Coach Jay @ 808-256-3682 or visit our website at www.leaguelineup.com/ewabeachcrush

Makeke Kapolei: Kalai Pohaku Presentation

Makeke Kapolei: Kalai Pohaku Presentation

Photo courtesy of Hawaiian Council.

CBP hosts free "How to Upgrade to Your Dream Home" seminar

CBP hosts free "How to Upgrade to Your Dream Home" seminar

Do you need an extra bedroom, a new kitchen or a larger backyard? Are you tired of paying maintenance fees knowing that you can use that money to buy a house?

Sign up for Coldwell Banker Pacific Properties’ free “How to Upgrade to Your Dream Home” seminar on Sunday, February 17 at 4:30 p.m. at 4460 Kapolei Parkway in the Kapolei Commons Shopping Center. Seminar attendees will learn how to upgrade to a new home without breaking the bank. While current market conditions are ideal for upgrading to a new home, time may be running out, so act now and reserve your seat today!

For reservations, please call (808) 947-8101.

Celebrate Amelia Bedelia's 50th Birthday at Kapolei Library on January 26

Celebrate Amelia Bedelia's 50th Birthday at Kapolei Library on January 26

Amelia Bedelia, the literal-minded housekeeper of Peggy Parish’s popular series of picture books and “I Can Read!” titles, will celebrate her 50th birthday in January 2013.  Keiki ages 3 and older are invited to attend Amelia Bedelia’s 50th Birthday Party, a free event, at Kapolei Public Library on Saturday, January 26 at 10 a.m. in the Children’s Section.   

 Amelia Bedelia (costumed student-actress from the Kapolei High School Performing Arts Center) herself will be attending this special Golden Anniversary Birthday Party as the guest of honor.  Greenwillow Books is celebrating Amelia’s milestone achievement this month with birthday parties nationwide and has issued five new Amelia Bedelia books.  Since September 1963, Parish’s books have entertained many generations of children and sold more than 35 million copies in the United States alone. 

Commemoration of 150th Anniversary of Civil War at Kapolei Library

Commemoration of 150th Anniversary of Civil War at Kapolei Library

"Civil War 150," a special traveling exhibit and five related programs to commemorate the 150th anniversaries of the Civil War and Emancipation, will be presented at Kapolei Public Library from January 28 through February 9. 

An opening event for Civil War 150 will feature a guest speaker (TBD) and Civil War Reenactors on Monday, January 28 at 10:30 a.m.  Civil War 150 presents the Civil War as the most transformative period in U.S. history.  Through letters, personal accounts, and images, the exhibit invites Americans to understand how soldiers, presidents, freedmen, and families grappled with the end of slavery, the nature of democracy and citizenship, the human toll of civil war, and the role of a president in wartime.