Vote Online for the Sig Zane Keiki Art Contest Winners

Sig Zane Designs had a Keiki Art Contest and they are now asking for help in selecting the winners of it.

The above pictures made it through as the top five selected by the employees of Sig Zane

In order to vote for the design that you like, go to their facebook photo album Keiki Art Contest and then “Like” the picture that you think should win the contest.

From the Sig Zane Website:

Voting will be open from now till Saturday at 9am sharp Hawaii time.

We have prizes for the top three drawings with the most likes. I heard the grand prize is art supplies with a custom Sig Zane Art Tote Bag!

The winner will be announced at 12pm at our Hilo store this Saturday the 12th, during the Chinese New Year festivities! We will also announce the winners here on our facebook page. If your keiki is a winner bring them down to the shop on saturday to claim your prize! If you’re not able to make it, we will call the number on the entry to contact you.

So check the photo album here!

Click like on your favorite drawing then tell your friends and ohana to do the same!

Good luck to our keiki finalist!

Aloha, Sig Zane Ohana!

Wordless Wednesday – Crop Circle

We drained our pool after about three years and it created this yard circle in our yard.

Hawaii’s Newest Tourist Attraction – The Hawaii House Chamber

Media Release:

The House of Representatives today announced that the House Chamber will be open daily for Hawaii State Capitol visitors and guests to tour the gallery area during the remainder of the month of February as a pilot project. After February, the project will be evaluated and a decision will be made on whether to extend access to the Chamber year round beyond the months the legislature is in session, January to May.

Access to the Chamber will be available from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., including the hours that the House is normally in session.

There will not be an official tour, however visitors to the Chamber will have access to look around, take pictures, and will be given a brochure explaining the history and symbolism of the Chamber architecture and design. The House Sergeant-at-Arms expects about 100 visitors to the Chamber daily.

“We have visitors and residents coming to the Capitol every day,” said Speaker of the House Calvin Say. “Normally, the only opportunity to view the beautiful architecture and symbolism of our House Chamber is during floor session. Unfortunately, not everyone can schedule their visits around that time. We are implementing this pilot project so that everyone will have access to the Chamber during regular daily business hours.”

For more information, visitors to the islands and Hawaii residents should call the House of Representative’s Sergeant-at-Arms Office at (808) 586-6500.