The annual Mormon Pacific Historical Society Conference is focused on Laie’s 150 years and is scheduled for Oct 23-24th at BYU-HI. Email Mark James at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions and the registration form.
Please join us for another exciting summer, especially as we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the LDS Church in Laie!
Laie Days Fireside, 7 pm July 5, Back Chapel
Volleyball Tournament, July 7-9, BYUH Old Gym, 6:30 pm (Max of 8 players per team)
Activities for Primary children, July 14-16, Laie Park, Time TBD
3 on 3 Basketball Tournament, BYUH Old Gym, 6:30 pm (Max of 4 players per team)
Sunset to Sunrise, July 17, 5 pm to 8 am, Laie Elementary
Hukilau, July 18, Hukilau Beach, 8:30 am
Kupuna Lunch, PCC, July 22, Hale Kuai, 11 am
Rugby 7s Tournament, July 24-25, TBD
Musical Fireside, July 26, TBD
Join us Thursday, Feb. 5, at 7 pm in the Laie Elementary Cafeteria to discuss the latest developments:
-KSCP Update, especially with affordable housing
-Updates on Envision Laie
-Update on Drainage
We look forward to seeing you there.
Join us April 24 at 7 pm in the Laie Elementary Cafeteria for an update on several items:
-Meet the 2014-2015 LCA Board
-Get an update from HRI, PCC, and BYU-Hawaii
-Offer input and get a sneak peek on the 2014 Laie Days calendar
We hope to see you there!
The LCA Board election for 2014-15 is coming up. Candidate filing deadline is Jan. 18. Election day is Jan. 25. Members of the La’ie Community Association are eligible to vote.
- Download an application
- Current list of LCA members will be posted at the Shopping Center on Jan. 24.
- Fill out the application and turn it in to any current LCA Board member or HRI by Jan. 18. CANDIDATE APPLICATION
- A final list of LCA members will be posted at the Shopping Center until Jan. 24
- Elections will be held Jan. 25 from 7 am to 2 pm at the Envision Laie Center.
Nowelo means “to seek knowledge” – throughout the Nowelo Summer. Students will discover discover Hawaiian culture in hands-on traditional activities. They will “get their hands dirty” when they participate in a traditional lo’i or taro patch, and work in an ancient loko i’a or Hawaiian fishpond. Create a short video about experience.
Directors: Heitiare “Kawehi” Kammerer & Ka?iulani Kamekona
Office: 55-044 Kamehameha Hwy. Laie, HI 96762
Email: email@example.com Or firstname.lastname@example.org
Video teacher, Dr Don Sand, mentor of student Kahuku Film Club
at Kahana Valley
this Weds-Fri. July 24-26
3 morning sessions 8-10am
Space is limited so be sure to register now!
Register online at: http://nowelo.weebly.com
or GOOGLE: nowelo weebly
Sunday, July 7 La’ie Days Fireside, 7 pm, Laie North Stake Back Chapel
July 16-18 Volleyball Tournament, CAC. Contact Tipa Galea’i.
July 23-25 Basketball Tournament, CAC. Contact Tipa Galea’i.
July 24 Kupuna Luncheon, 11 am, PCC. Contact Kela Miller.
July 26 HRI Summer Bash, 6 pm, Laie Shopping Center.
The Hula Preservation Society is presenting rare footage from the Na Makua Mahalo ‘Ia series in the 1980s. The event is free, but RSVP is required for Saturday, July 20, at the PCC IMAX theater.
RSVP by July 15 to email@example.com or call 808-247-9440.
More information is in the attached flyer and news release.
The latest Envision Laie newsletter has updates on the month-to-month lease of Chevron, and news on the study of Wailele Stream.
Miracle in the Pacific: the Polynesian Cultural Center, a new 184-page richly illustrated book published by Deseret Book of Salt Lake City, Utah, has captured the essence of Hawaii’s top visitor attraction, which celebrates its 50th anniversary throughout 2013.
Read the entire release: Miracle in Pacific release