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Hey, Daddy-o! The word from the bird is that it’s time to fire up your rocket, lay a patch, and make the scene at Punahou Carnival 2017! It’s a real kick!! Let me clue you in so you can be in orbit for an unreal experience.

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Dates and Times

February 3 and 4, 2016. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily on the lower Punahou School campus.

Weather Forecast

Sure the Carnival’s earthbound for its rain and mud. In fact, (more…)

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Don’t mean to brag, but this is really everything you need to know. And, honestly, if it isn’t, let me know and I’ll do my best to get you an answer.

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Dates and Times

February 5 and 6, 2016. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily on the lower Punahou School campus.

Weather Forecast

Sure the Carnival’s famous for its rain and mud. In fact, (more…)

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Don’t mean to brag, but this is really everything you need to know. And, honestly, if it isn’t, let me know and I’ll do my best to get you an answer.

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Dates and Times

February 6 and 7, 2015. 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily on the lower Punahou School campus.

Weather Forecast

Sure the Carnival’s famous for its rain and mud. In fact, (more…)

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Amelia Bailey, Punahou School icon recently passed away. Though not a Punahou graduate, Mrs. Bailey had an enormous impact on the school as a parent, volunteer, and Costume Coordinator. So generous were these contributions was she that she was recognized by the Punahou Alumni Association with the “Old School” award in 1980. In a 1985 oral history she gave for the school she recounted many of her experiences, several of which intersected with the Punahou Class of 1974. Here, for your recollection, is a look at how Amelia Bailey made a difference to our class and to the lives of many others.

Amelia Bailey

Mrs. Bailey’s first became involved with Punahou when her oldest child (Beryl Leoani Bailey ’64) registered for kindergarten in 1951. Why Punahou for this 1941 graduate of Kamehameha School for Girls? Because it “was a good place for her to be if they would accept her, because it was close to [our Manoa] home, and the reputation of their education program was just superior.” Things must have worked out okay, because four sons (James Radcliffe Bailey ’66, Robert Clifton Bailey ’68, William (more…)

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