Upcoming Events

Each Sunday at 11:00 am, there is a gathering on Larsen’s Beach for everyone who would like to find out what’s going on and how you can help. Pray together, plan action, and build community.

If it’s raining, we stay home.

“Kapa’a: An Historical Perspective”

“Kapa‘a: An Historical Perspective” with Andy Bushnell
Saturday, March 27th; 2:00-4:00 PM
Kapa‘a Library Meeting Room

Step through time with historian Andy Bushnell, as Kawaihau’s unique 19th and 20th century history is brought to life. Delve into its colorful past shaped by rice, sugar and pineapple, diverse cultures and by fire and floods.

Back by popular demand, Bushnell’s talk is a repeat performance of the informative presentation he gave at W-KNA’s September 2008 meeting. It should not be missed by anyone fascinated by local history and old photographs. Bushnell says he considers his presentation a work in progress since he continues to gather materials about the history of the Wailua and Kapa`a area.

Meetings are free and open to the public. The business portion will include updates on local issues and board elections for new and returning directors. The slate of candidates is: Malia Bramel, Michael Fox, Marge Freeman, Sid Jackson, and Ken Stokes.


Rayne Regush, Chair
Sid Jackson, Secretary



Friday March 26 and every other Friday

Save Our Seas’ Ocean Pulse program is offering free underwater videos for children and adults at 6 p.m. every other Friday at Mike Sheehan’s boathouse near the mouth of the Hanalei River. The March 26 video will focus on honu, the sea turtle. For more information, call 651-3452 or visit http://www.saveourseas.org and click on the student link.

Biologist Terry Lilley is also available for video presentations and educational talks about Hawai’i’s oceans and the creatures that live there. He and video editor Paul Clark are preparing five DVDs of Lilley’s underwater video for sale. The DVDs will be available for purchase from the Save Our Seas website.

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