Bulletin Board for Friday, October 18, 2008

• Kaua‘i High Singers and Chorus concert

• Kapa‘a Middle School seeks vendors

• TaroTalk

• Class reunion, 1958

• Mothersong sing-along

Kaua‘i High Singers and Chorus concert

7 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday

Kaua‘i High School Chorus presents “Where The River Meets the Sea: A Fall Choral Concert” for two nights only at Kaua‘i War Memorial Convention Hall. Musical numbers include selections from “Little Mermaid,” “Titanic: A New Musical;” a “Beach Boys Medley;” “Bridge Over Troubled Water” and various sea chanteys. Some pieces from the repertoire were chosen to honor the memory of the late David Conrad.

Proceeds from the concerts will help chorus students travel to O‘ahu for the Hawai‘i All-State High School Honor Choir and to Honolulu to experience Hawai‘i Opera Theatre’s production in February of “Carmen” by Georges Bizet. This opportunity comes from HOT’s “Opera For Everyone” program to enable students to see, hear and experience grand opera. “Where the River Meets the Sea” is directed by Nina Saraos. Advance tickets through students are $7 for adults, $5 for students and seniors; $8 adults at the door and $6 for children. Keiki 11 years and under are free.

Kapa‘a Middle School seeks vendors

Nov. 9, Concert Fest

The 2nd annual Concert Fest is a fundraiser for Kapa‘a Middle School chorus sponsored by the PTSA. The money raised defrays the cost of the student trip to the Heritage Music Festival in San Diego for the choir and ‘ukulele band members. The Concert Fest is from noon to 5 p.m., Nov. 9, in the school’s covered courtyard. Craft, product and food vendors may contact Mary Lardizabal at e-mail mary_lardizabal@notes.k12.hi.us or call 821-4470 ext. 136. Deadline is Oct. 31.


6:30 p.m., Tuesday,

Hanalei School Cafeteria

Big Island planter and educator Jerry Konanui will offer a free public program. Konanui will share stories of Hawaiian taro varieties, family lines, and their unique nature and describe dry land taro cultivation techniques, as well as  traditional planting, cooking and preparation. There will also be a screening of the short feature “Ono O Ka ‘Aina.” Admission is free. The public is invited to bring their own taro plants for identification. For more information call 652-4118.

Class reunion, 1958

All weekend

Kaua‘i High School class of ‘58 reunion is scheduled for this weekend. Join the fellowship with potluck dinner and talk story.

For details call Ed Kawamura at 652-6706.

Mothersong sing-along

2:30 to 3:30 p.m., Fridays, Kapa‘a Neighborhood Center

Mothersong sing-along for families with babies offers a multicultural experience weekly where song and movement celebrate small children up to 3 years old. Bring a scarf to donate to the scarf basket. There is a suggested donation of $5 per adult, children are free.

For more information, contact Ronda Rice at rondarice@hotmail.com or 823-0150.


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