The long awaited spring registration for Hawaii Swimming Waikoloa is now available!
Kelly and Joe are looking forward to a fabulous spring session.
The April-May classes will be On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.
Tuesday and Thursday class times are:
- Parent-Child 3:30-4:00 pm
- Red 4:00-4:30 pm
- Red-Orange 4:30-5:00 pm
- Orange 5:00-5:30 pm
- Orange-Yellow 5:30-6:00 pm
- Yellow 5:30-6:00 pm
- Adults 6:00-6:30 pm
Sunday class times are:
- Parent-Child 1:00-1:30 pm
- Red 1:30-2:00 pm
- Red-Orange 2:00-2:30 pm
- Orange 2:30-3:00 pm
- Orange-Yellow 3:00-3:30 pm
- Yellow 3:30-4:00 pm
- Adults 4:30-6:00 pm
Class information page: http://www.hawaiiswimming.org/class_information_spring_page.php
Spring registration Form: http://www.hawaiiswimming.org/registration_forms/jquery_forms/spring_registration_form_page.html
Spring payment form: http://www.hawaiiswimming.org/registration_forms/jquery_forms/spring_payment_page.html
If you have any challenges registering, either call Joe (572-4665) or email Kelly and Joe at: email@example.com
Hawaii Swimming is excited to finally be able to get back in the pool and work with their swimmers beginning this week, Tuesday, Thursday, or Sunday. It has been a difficult forced break, but now they are raring to go and can’t wait to see everyone!
Here is the link to complete your registration form:
Here is the payment page link:
If you have any challenges please do not hesitate to call Joe at 572-4665.
If you forgot that swimming starts now, and did not register, don’t worry, register as soon as you are able, then come to class. (OK, come to class even if you forget to register and they will take care of you!).
Start your new year with an ultra-beginning aerial class. All youth and adult classes are adapted to individual ability levels. Schedules and sign-up at http://www.hawaiiaerialandperformingarts.com/ or call 330.623.7425
Save the date for the Na Opio Juried Art Show for students 6th through 12th grades at the Firehouse Gallery in Waimea from March 1st – 18th. Take in Saturday February 25, 2017. More information to follow.
Session: Winter 2017
Tuesday or Thursday
To receive the HOLIDAY SPECIAL, registration form and payment
(in full) MUST be processed by December 30, 2016.
Days and Dates:
Tuesday: 1/10, 17, 24, 31, 2/7, 2/14 (holiday), 2/21, 28, 3/7
Thursday: 1/12, 19, 26, 2/2, 9, 16, 23, 3/2, 3/9
Sunday: 1/22, 29, 2/5, 12, 2/19 (holiday), 2/26, 3/5
Number of Lessons:
*30 minute classes
Session Cost via DONATION:
Tuesday: $140.41 HOLIDAY SPECIAL: $129.05
Thursday: $157.92 HOLIDAY SPECIAL: $145.62
Sunday: $105.58 HOLIDAY SPECIAL: $96.86
Waikoloa Highlands Shopping Center announces a Holiday Celebration on Friday, December 16th from 5pm to 8pm. This is a free family event with free photos with Santa and an ugly sweater contest.
The Madeline Schatz-Harris Conderto Competition, featuring woodwinds, brass, percussion, and piano, is open to all music students in Hawaii who are 18 and under.
Winners will receive a cash prize and be featured soloists in concert with the Kamuela Philharmonic.
Application Deadline: Friday, December 16, 2016
Competition: Saturday, January 14, 2017
For details, go to www.kamuelaphil.org
Don’t miss the Waikoloa Lions Club 12 Annual Christmas Parade and Keiki Festival December 10, 2016. The parade starts at 10 a.m. at the top of Paniolo Rd. and finishes at the Waikoloa School, where there are craft and food booths.
There’ll be prizes for best decorated entry, with $100 for first place, and a prize and ribbon for best decorated bike. You can vote at the school plex.
The Keiki fest starts at 11 a.m. and runs until 2 p.m.
Free Santa pictures, free games, fun and food for keiki.
Also, Snow Queen or King scholarship winner, doggie parade, and drawing for a new bike.
For parade information, contact Sue at 989.0215. Vendors, contact Sheryll at 345.4956.
Please join FLWR for the 7th Annual Friends of the Library-Waikoloa Region “5K Walk/Run for Literacy” Saturday, November 12th
- 6:15 – 7:00 am Registration
- 7:30 am Start
- Waikoloa School parking lot 68-1730 Hooko St, Waikoloa Village, HI 96738
- $20 for adults (pre-register online),
- $30 for adults (race day registration),
- $10 for keiki ( 12 & under ) Keiki in strollers are free
Includes event t-shirt
Medal awards for top female/male categories: overall, 9 & under, 10-12, 13-15, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80+, Stroller 1st & 2nd (gender neutral)
If you haven’t registered, you can register at the Waikoloa School on Friday Nov. 11th between 4:30 and 7pm or on race day Nov. 12th between 6:15 and 7:00 am to pick up your bib number and t-shirt. Coming Friday to means that you won’t need to be there before 7:15 am on race day since you will just need to show up with your bib number pinned on, ready to warm up and participate.
There is also a Silent Auction and free Health Fair on Saturday morning starting at 8 am.
The Eddie Aikau Foundation is sponsoring the Eddie Aikau Essay contest. which is open to all students in grade levels 7, 8, 9, and 10 who are currently enrolled in public or private schools in Hawaii.
The subject of the essay is Eddie Went. The Big Wave Invitational in Memory of Eddie Aikau was held on February 25, 2016. On that day for thousands of people around the globe, the world stood still! What is it about Eddie Aikau’s mana (strength, spirit, knowledge, power) that continues to attract worldwide attention? Give supporting examples and evidence. How has the mana of Eddie Aikau made a difference in your life? Give supporting examples and evidence.
Essays may be submitted in English or Hawaiian.
All properly completed applications and essays that are POSTMARKED on or before September 24, 2016 will be accepted from eligible students in each grade level (7, 8, 9 & 10). Essays for each grade level will be judged separately.
For information, go to Eddieaikaufoundation.org.
“The Eddie Aikau Foundation is a charitable organization created to share Eddie Aikau’s life, contributions and accomplishments while promoting education and the advancement of Hawaiian culture. The Foundation strives to inspire people to develop a strong sense of pride in themselves, their heritage and their community through Eddie’s remarkable spirit and character.”