Posts Tagged ‘Kapolei’

Kapolei Library exhibits art of John M. Kelly, “the Gaugin of Hawaii”

Throughout the month of March, 2014, Kapolei Public Library is displaying the art works of John Melville Kelly (1878-1962), renowned  throughout the United States for his etchings, oil paintings, lithographs, prints, and water...


VEX IQ Statewide Tournament sends 10 Teams to States

According to Lenny Klompus, President of Friends of Hawaii Robotics, “Over 500 teams—6000 students— statewide are involved in one or more of nine robotics programs from elementary school through high school.” More than ...


Kapolei Private School will host 2014 VEX IQ Qualifying Tournament on January 18

SCHOOL TO HOST STATEWIDE ROBOTICS TOURNAMENT Kapolei Private School will host 2014 VEX IQ Qualifying Tournament on January 18 This Saturday, Island Pacific Academy (IPA) will be transformed into “Robotics Central” a...


Feng Shui Bagua @ Kapolei Public Library Jan 25, 2014 at 10:30

Best-selling author Clear Englebert will present “Feng Shui Bagua”, a free program introducing the Five Elements and how they relate to furnishings and landscapes at Kapolei Public Library on Saturday, January 25, 2...



How will your Neighborhood Board spend $500,000 grant money?

At the meeting of the Waianae Neighborhood Board’s Committee for Intergovernmental Affairs & Human Services, Chairman Calvin Endo reported that there is a total of $1,500,000 available from the current expenses of the...


Year 2014: Hope for change and preservation

We wish everyone a happy and prosperous year in 2014. Happy days are sure to come if we cherish our communities by embracing all the dreams and beliefs of their different cultures. First and foremost, we must preserve the Hawai...


Leeward Reporter celebrates first year milestone

A year has passed since the Leeward Reporter started in December of 2012. We appreciate our readers and the comments they contributed during the past year. We hope to continue posting significant and meaningful news that occur ...


Kapolei Public Library offers Christmas holiday concert

Melemai Kapu’uwaimai Chorale and Vocal Ensemble will perform a concert of beautiful holiday music at Kapolei Public Library, Tuesday, December 17, 2013 at 6:30 pm. This free concert features Christmas and Hawaiian favorit...



Small school brings in massive donation for Hawaii Food Bank

Kapolei Private School collects 8,821 pounds of food to benefit the Hawaii Food Bank  While many people were busy today with day-before Thanksgiving meal preparations, the students and teachers at Island Pacific Academy (IPA) ...


Waianae Public Library to showcase ancient weapons and artifacts of war

Greetings from  Waianae Public Library; Waianae Public Library would like to publicize the second of two programs to be held at Waianae Public Library this Saturday, November 23, at 10 AM. This program is entitled “Na Mea K...


Kapolei Public Library will feature Queen Liliuokalani in October 2013

Celebrate the legacies of Queen Liliuokalani—music, love of homeland, and dedication to her people—in the 45-minute program He Lei, He Aloha at Kapolei Public Library, 1020 Manawai Street, Kapolei, on Saturday, October 12...


Kapolei High School student activities for August-September 2013

Kapolei High School has opened its doors for the school year 2013-2014. It has planned the following student activities for August and September: Aug.   9 – Welcome Back Assembly. Aug. 15 – Club Recruitment Day. Va...



Vegan cooking demonstration at Kapolei Public Library

Chef Ori Ann Li will be at Kapolei Public Library on Saturday, August 17, 2013, at 1:00 P.M.  Her appearance on Saturday, July 27, has been cancelled. Li will demonstrate some of the delicious vegan recipes from her new cookbo...


Summer fun and treats abound at Kapolei Public Library

Kapolei Public Library kicked off its summer activities with “Geobunga” on Tuesday, May 28, supporting the theme “Dig into Reading.” Diane Todd, one of the children’s librarians, reported that R...


Geocaching game program coming to Kapolei Public Library

Geocaching is a global high-tech sport which uses GPS units and iPhones. The object of the game is to find a cache which is hidden anywhere. It can be hidden in a building, a forest, or on a street. When a cache is found and op...


Kapolei High School May Day Celebration

Kapolei High School will celebrate May Day with a traditional Hawaiian royal court on Saturday, May 4, 2013, at their football field, starting at 3 P.M. and ending at 8 P.M. The school will double their activities by  adding t...