Thursday, September 25, 2014

This Week's Classifieds/Community Events

OUT IN THE COUNTRY AT HANCHETT RANCH
Grades 5-8 (plus their younger siblings) are invited to spend Fall Break, October 6 - 10, horseback riding, farming, hiking and more, from 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Hawaiian crafts at Hanchett Ranch in Moloa‘a.  $200 each. Contact keana@ischool.org to sign up. Spaces are limited.

Book & Bake Sale
Kapa‘a Friends of the Library is having its annual book and bake sale on Friday, Oct.3, and Saturday, Oct. 4. Friday is for members only and goes from 5-8pm. Saturday is from 10 to 6 and is open to everyone. The Coconut Festival and Kapa‘a Art Night are also happening on Saturday, so it's a fun stop to make while enjoying all the festivities.  Great prices on books in excellent condition, with a special section just for kids and young adults. This is the library's only fundraiser of the year, so they need our support.
Community Service Opportunity - Volunteers for the book and bake sale are needed from Thurs. afternoon thru Sat. evening. Students can get community service credit hours for any time spent helping.  Contact Maria Walker for more information at maria.makaleha@gmail.com.

WIT To Show David Scott's New Play - This Weekend
WIT will be utilizing the beautiful Kaua‘i Community College Performing Arts Center for the next production:  "Emma's Last Dance", written and directed by Kauai's own Living Treasure, David Penhallow Scott.  David's superb storytelling talent will transport you back in time to pre-WWII Hawai‘i and then the life changing bombing of Pearl Harbor which David experienced as a child. Tickets are on sale by cast or by visiting  www.WomenInTheatre.ORG.
This historical drama is the first of David's trilogy of plays about a Hawai‘i sugar plantation family.  One weekend only:  September 26, 27, 28, 2014.


Puppy Needs a Home
Need a new home for a seven month old Lab/Airedale mix.
Moving and can't have pets. Sweet personality, kid friendly, housebroken. Male. Call Thomas @ 386-679-0411.



Tutoring  --  Study Skills  -- Organization and Time Management
ALL AGES 
ALL iSchool subjects except Spanish, plus programming and Latin
Individual or Small Group          Lihu‘e to North Shore
Lexa Mink-Flacco, IS ’11 and now studying Computer Science and Classics at UH Manoa, is on-island this year and offering tutoring services.

While at IS, she took and did well in 4 classes with Mr. Bray, 7 science classes, and 3 years of Chinese; plus Creative Writing, AutoCAD, a year of Calculus at KCC. She’s also worked with children and adults with Asperger’s and autism spectrum disorder.

Individual instruction is $30 an hour with a 1-hour minimum.

Coming soon  -  very inexpensive small-group supervised and assisted study sessions afternoons at Island School and evenings in Princeville.

You can reach Lexa at 808.652.9896 or by email to info@kayandell.com


Job Opportunity for HS Student
Requirements:

  • Drivers' License & Vehicle
  • Must be able to make deliveries to Lihu‘e, Po‘ipu
After School deliveries of For Kaua‘i Magazine
2x a month and (3x in a 5-week month) to 13 locations in Po‘ipu & Lihu‘e.
Papers for delivery are brought to you in Lihu‘e
Approx. hours - 2 - 3 hours after school

Salary: $50 - $75 per month plus $10 gas reimbursement.

Contact: Barbara Bennett, Publisher For Kauai Magazine -
652-2802.
Interview required and parent permission.
See Sean for more information.


Rental Available Oct. 1st
















Looking For Fake Pumpkins for 5th Play
 They need to be plain on one side and scarey on the other. So if you have some extras, please drop them off in the Drama Office, or contact Peggy at peggy@ischool.org. Mahalo.









2014 Kauai Mokihana Festival
September 21 -27 (week-long event)
Year of Na Loea O Na Mea Hana Lima (Master Crafters)
Hawaiian culture workshops, music contest, 3-day hula competition, 
crafts fair, hula & music events, Hawaiian church service, and more
Kauai Beach Resort + other venues
Contact:  Carol Bain or Maka Herrod; call (808) 822-2166

16th Annual Kauai Powwow
Celebrating the rich Native American heritage in Hawaii
September 26, 27, 28; Friday - 4:00 - 9:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
traditional drumming, street parties; live entertainment, children's shows
Family fun event/ Admission FREE
Contact:  Dr. Kani Blackwell, (808) 651-7733