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Thursday, December 1, 2016

12/1 - 12/10

Looking for loan of the following items for Holiday Drama production. Please contact Mr. Merriam in D1 to bring items.  You can email him at
A youth size Santa Suit
A youth size Mrs.. Claus suit.
Extra wrapping paper for presents
Couple of larger size dolls (Chatty Cathy, larger than Barbie)
Couple of extra clothes for aforementioned dolls

School Happenings

Thurs. Dec. 1       Copy Training from 1pm – 2pm.  Come to PCNC office, no kids allowed

Fri. Dec. 2           Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am
                                    Leilehua Complex Volleyball Tournament – team goes to compete

Mon. Dec. 5                  Chaperone Training in PCNC corner of front office from 8am – 8:30am
2nd Grade field trip to Hawaii Plantation Village - O101, O102, B3
Hour of Code after school events for families 2:30 – 3:30.
Kona Ice and Popcorn available for sale

Tues. Dec. 6                  Getting Crafty Parent Workshop 8:00 – 9:00 in Q207 – upstairs
2nd Grade field trip to Hawaii Plantation Village – B1, B2, B4

Wed. Dec. 7                  School is out at 1:10 every Wednesday

Thurs. Dec. 8       Kindergarten field trip to Ala Moana Mall and Honolulu Hale City Lights  

Community Happenings

Dec. 2              Mililani High School hosts 1st Friday with dozen of food trucks from 4pm – 8pm

Dec. 2              Wahiawa Town Santa Parade starts at 6:30pm at Ka’ala Elementary and goes up California Ave. to Cane Street.  Santa closes parade and gets off his float in Longs parking lot where rides and activities and live music are set up.

Dec. 3              Mililani Hometown Holiday Parade from 9am – 10:30am. Parade will begin at Mililani High School, travel down Kipapa Drive and end at Mililani Shopping Center, where more festivities are planned.

Dec. 3              Mililani Town Center celebrates grand reopening all day long with family activities. Santa will pose for photos 11am – 1pm.  Let it Snow at 2pm – 4pm near Zippys, FREE. Enjoy a snow play zone with 8 tons of real snow, plus crafts, games and a visit from Santa.

Dec. 3              Honolulu City Lights Parade from 6pm – 9pm S. Beretania and King Streets downtown. Activities on the lawn of capitol and Mission Houses from 4pm – 11pm including keiki rides, food booths and much more. The city stays bright through December.

Dec. 4 – 30 Honolulu City Lights Trolley Tours leave Ward Village. Cost is $7.75 per person. Take a ride through the city’s most anticipated light show. Proceeds benefit Hawaii Food bank. Check website for hours.

Dec. 4              President Obama’s Neighborhood guided walking tour for FREE. Meet by the Central Union Church sign on Beretania and Punahou streets at 2pm. The final installment of this walking tour of President Barack Obama’s childhood haunts, including the hospital where he was born, his part-time employer, his old hour and more 528-0528 or

Dec. 4              Pearl City Christmas Parade starts at Momilani Elementary School and ends at Pearl City Shopping center via Hoolaulea Street starts at 4pm

Dec. 5              Under the Blood Red Sun showing of the movie at Mililani Public Library 5:30pm for FREE.  Commemorate the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor with a screening based on the book by Graham Salisbury. This is for those 8 years old and up. RSVP online at or 627-7470

Dec. 10      Craft Fair at Leilehua High School cafeteria from 9am – 2pm. FREE admission. Many vendors of crafts and food


Oct. 8 – Jan. 8           Bishop Museum says Let’s Explore space, plants, animals and rain forests with Dora and Diego of the Nickelodeon shows.

Wednesdays         Tech Park Mart. Farmers market is open from 9am - 1pm on Wednesdays at 100 Kahelu Ave. in Mililani Tech Park. Features local produce, plate lunches, baked goods, eco-friendly products and more Call (808) 625-8915


Youth in Central Oahu have until Jan. 31, 2017 to submit entries for the 3rd annual Hawaii Next 50 Contest.  Open to students in grade 4 – 12. Participants must first read former Gov. George Ariyoshi’s book, Hawaii: The past 50 years, The next 50 years.  Entrants must then address the following prompt in an essay, poster or video: “Looking ahead to the next 50 years”  Imagine how we can use current technology or future technology to create more affordable, housing, achieve food sustainability or promote new and innovative industries.  Winners will be honored on the floor of the state House of Representatives, attend a luncheon with legislators and receive a monetary prize.  To request a copy of the book and for contest rules and more information, visit 

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