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Community Calendar for November 8

GALAXY FORUM HAWAII 2017

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GALAXY FORUM HAWAII 2017

Where: Kahilu Town Hall, 67-1187 Lindsey Road, Waimea

When: 4:15 p.m. today

Details: “Future Astronomy in Hawaii: The Next 100 Years” is the theme. Provisional program includes talks titled “Hawaii Cosmic Culture,” “Mauna Kea 21st Century Observatories — Galaxy Center Research” and “ILOA 22nd Century Headquarters.” For more information, visit galaxyforum.org. RSVP to info@iloa.org.

Contact: Steve, 885-3474, info@iloa.org

CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP

Where: Aging and Disbaility Resource Center, 1055 Kinoole St., No. 101, Hilo

When: 5 p.m. today

Details: Support group for caregivers who provide assistance to someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

Contact: Chris Ridley, 443-7360, ridley0428@gmail.com

FORGETFUL? SUPPORT GROUP FOR YOU

Where: Aging and Disbaility Resource Center, 1055 Kinoole St., No. 101, Hilo

When: 5 p.m. today

Details: Support group for forgetful people and their family members. Alzheimer’s Association will provide information and support.

Contact: Chris Ridley, 443-7360, ridley0428@gmail.com

PUNA TOWN HALL MEETING

Where: Pahoa Community Center, 15-2910 Puna Road, Pahoa

When: 6:30 p.m. Thursday

Details: Hosted by the East Hawaii Regional Board of Directors of Hawaii Health Systems Corporation, which is seeking input on the health care needs of the Puna District. The board and regional administration will provide an overview of the operations and financial condition of all of the facilities, as well as a view toward the future. Community members are welcome to share their perspectives and concerns regarding access to health care services.

Contact: Terry Larson, 932-3103, tlarson@hhsc.org

KOREAN NATURAL FARMING

Where: Kulaimano Community Center, 28-2892 Alia St., Pepeekeo

When: 9 a.m. Friday and Saturday

Details: Jadam Organic Farming presents Cho Young-San’s “The Way to Ultra-Low-Cost Agriculture,” a lecture and solution demonstration. Learn this permaculture friendly, sustainable, easy, low-cost farming method for home gardens or commercial crops. Cost is $60; register at http://jadam.eventbrite.com.

Contact: Cho Global Natural Farming-Hawaii, 464-5465, cgnf-hawaii@mail.com

ALOHA FRIDAY ON THE PORCH — LEI MAKING WITH RANDY LEE

Where: Volcano Art Center Gallery, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 11 a.m. Friday

Details: Master lei maker Randy Lee uses a variety of natural materials to fashion gorgeous lei from the freshest fern, leaves and flowers he personally gathers from the rain forests of Panaewa. Enjoy the skill and wonderful stories this well-respected practitioner has to offer. Free, but park entrance fees apply.

Contact: Jenette, 967-8222, jenette@volcanoartcenter.org

SARAH BETHANY

Where: Kukuau Studio, 43-D Kukuau St., Hilo

When: 6 p.m. Friday

Details: Enjoy an eclectic musical evening of jazz, hip-hop, Estonian folk, Indian pop, reggae, neo-soul, experimental, Afro-Cuban and more. Cost is $10. All ages welcome.

Contact: Bub Pratt, 464-3388, kukuaustudio@gmail.com

AVERAGE JOES

Where: Coquis Hideway, 1550 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo

When: 8:30 p.m. Friday

Details: Hilo’s newest pop/rock/top 40 band plays the second Friday of each month.

Contact: Ryan Sabate, 854-4173, ultrazone777@msn.com

EIGHTH ANNUAL 5K WALK/RUN FOR LITERACY

Where: Waikoloa Elementary School, 68-1730 Hooko St, Waikoloa Village

When: 7:30 a.m. Saturday

Details: Enjoy a day of exercise, community interaction and more, including a health fair with onstage Zumba demos, free mini massages, silent auction and quilt drawing. All proceeds support the work of the Friends of the Library-Waikoloa Region to promote literacy and build Waikoloa’s first public library. Advance registration is $20 per person ($30 race day), $10 keiki, and includes a T-shirt. To sign up or for complete information and course map, visit www.flwr-runforliteracy.com.

Contact: Friends of the Library, 339-8903, waikoloahi@gmail.com

BEGINNING REIKI LEVEL I

Where: Halai Healing Place, 75-5737 Kuakini Highway, Kailua-Kona

When: 8 a.m. Saturday and Sunday

Details: Learn an ancient healing art passed down through the sacred tradition of the Usui Method of Natural Healing to heal yourself and others. No experience necessary. Pre-registration required. Cost is $350. Limited space available.

Contact: LaRen, 987-6010, LaRen@HalaiHealingPlace.com

REIKI LEVEL I CERTIFICATION

Where: Halai Healing Place, 54-3876 Akoni Pule Highway, Suite 205, Kapaau

When: 8 a.m. Saturday and Sunday

Details: Learn an ancient healing art passed down through the sacred tradition of the Usui Method of Natural Healing to heal yourself and others. No experience necessary. Pre-registration required. Cost is $350. Limited space available.

Contact: LaRen, 987-6010, LaRen@HalaiHealingPlace.com

ARTS AND CRAFTS SALE

Where: Nature in Clay Ceramics Studio, 29-488 Chin Chuck Road, Hakalau

When: 9 a.m. Saturday; noon Sunday

Details: Open house featuring handmade functional and ornamental ceramics by Marion Nipper and Peter Black and handmade Native American instruments by Rick Scrivens.

Contact: Marion Nipper, 557-0844, nipper.marion@gmail.com

CHRISTMAS BAZAAR/CRAFT FAIR/BAKE SALE

Where: Christ Lutheran Church, 595 Kapiolani St., Hilo

When: 9 a.m. Saturday

Details: Start your holiday shopping and find unique gifts and treasures, including handmade dream catchers, Harry Potter makeup brushes, framed photography, painted mason jars, wood pallet signs, candle holders, beaded jewelry, fine china sets, Norwex distributor, winter ball/prom gowns, baked goods and more.

Contact: Lori Breitbarth, 938-5544, cableblb@aol.com

REALMS AND DIVISIONS OF KAHUKU

Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 9:30 a.m. Saturday and Dec. 16

Details: Experience the sense of place that evolves at the intersection of nature and culture on this moderately difficult 2-mile, two-hour guided hike. Bring a snack for the talk-story segment. Enter Kahuku on the mauka (inland) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5; meet near the parking area. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun protection and snack are recommended for all hikes. Free.

Contact: Park information, 985-6011, havo_interpretation@nps.gov

ART IS LIFE FESTIVAL

Where: Hawaii Academy of Arts and Sciences, 15-1397 Homestead Road, Pahoa

When: 10 a.m. Saturday

Details: Craft fair will feature local artists, live entertainment, demonstrations and food vendors. Free and open to the public.

Contact: Leah Gouker, 747-5605, ascpuna.programs@gmail.com

W.M. KECK OBSERVATORY OPEN HOUSE

Where: W.M. Keck Observatory headquarters, 65-1120 Mamalahoa Highway, Waimea

When: 10 a.m. Saturday

Details: A fun, family friendly event filled with cosmic activities, stellar food and a star-studded program featuring renowned astronomers and engineers. Bring your keiki, ohana, friends and neighbors to experience dozens of science-rich, interactive booths. Parking is free.

Contact: Mari-Ela Chock, 881-3827, mchock@keck.hawaii.edu

RAINBOW FRIENDS ANIMAL SANCTUARY ADOPTION EVENT

Where: Aloha Pawz, 697 Manono St., Hilo

When: 10 a.m. Saturday

Details: Kittens, puppies, cats, dogs — come on down and adopt them all.

Contact: Rainbow Friends, 982-5110, kathy@rainbowfriends.org

DEMENTIA SERIES

Where: Aging and Disbaility Resource Center, 1055 Kinoole St., No. 101, Hilo

When: 1 p.m. Saturday

Details: Alzheimer’s Association presents “Legal Affairs in Dementia” at 1 p.m., “Iris” (movie) at 3 p.m. and “Living With Forgetfulness — Part Two” at 5 p.m. Limited seating. Call or email for reservations.

Contact: Chris Ridley, 443-7360, ridley0428@gmail.com

“DANCE THE NIGHT AWAY”

Where: Second floor, Elks Club, 150 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: 6 p.m. Saturday

Details: The Hawaii Ballroom Dance Association East Hawaii Chapter hosts this dance social. Music will include a variety of waltz, tango, samba, foxtrot, rumba, cha-cha, swing, hustle, bachata, line dances and more. Tickets are $5 per person plus a pupu dish to share or $10 per person at the door. Tickets can be purchased from association members in advance. Sunday best attire. Parking in the lot on Ululani Street.

Contact: Owen Nishioka, 935-8974, ehchbda@gmail.com

UNCORKED FOOD AND WINE FESTIVAL

Where: The Shops at Mauna Lani, 68-1330 Mauna Lani Drive, Kohala Coast

When: 6 p.m. Saturday

Details: This is an experience in great taste — from rich jazz to fine wines and delicious gourmet foods. The annual event is a benefit for the Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii Island. Features an exclusive silent auction, wines and spirits and delicious food from 14 top island chefs. Tickets $65 in advance online at uncorked2017maunalani.brownpapertickets.com.

Contact: Michael Oh, 885-9501, michael@shopsatmaunalani.com

AVERAGE JOES BAND

Where: Laverne’s Sports Bar, 75-5819 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona

When: 7 p.m. Saturday

Details: Hilo’s newest pop/rock/top 40 band performs.

Contact: Ryan Sabate, 854-4173, ultrazone777@msn.com

LEARN ABOUT OHIA LEHUA

Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 9:30 a.m. Sunday and Dec. 10

Details: Learn about the vital role of ohia lehua in native Hawaiian forests, the many forms of the ohia tree and rapid ohia death. Easy, 1-mile (or less) walk. Enter Kahuku on the mauka (inland) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5; meet near the parking area. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun protection and snack are recommended for all hikes. Free.

Contact: Park information, 985-6011, havo_interpretation@nps.gov

CRAFTERNOON — HOLIDAY CANDLE

Where: Cooper Center, 19-4030 Wright Road, Volcano

When: 1 p.m. Sunday

Details: Make a scented soy wax candle in a 3-ounce tin perfect for holiday gift giving. Cost is $15, which includes all materials and light refreshments. Limited to 10 participants, ages 12 and older; register online at www.makerfair.org/participate/crafternoons/

Contact: Sara Krosch, 520-389-0620, contactmakerfair@gmail.com

ANNUAL RECOGNITION DINNER AND AUCTION

Where: Nani Mau Gardens, 421 Makalika St., Hilo

When: 5 p.m. Sunday

Details: Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center, with the Hawaii County Bar Association, honors Julie Hugo, Jeff Melrose and Judge Ronald Ibarra. Event includes live music, no-host cocktails, buffet dinner, live and silent auctions and door prizes. Tickets are $90 ($45 tax deductible).

Contact: Jenifer Aveiro, Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center, 935-7844, ext. 1, jenifer@hawaiimediation.org

WEAVE A SCARF ON A CRICKET LOOM

Where: Quilt Passions, 75-5626 Kuakini Highway, No. 4, Kailua-Kona

When: 9 a.m. Monday

Details: Materials including looms will be provided and you can take home what you weave. Class limited to 10 participants; beginners welcome. Cost is $60 plus $20 supply fee. Reservation required.

Contact: Quilt Passions, 329-7475, loomonthelava@hawaii.rr.com

STROKE SUPPORT GROUP

Where: Learning Center, second floor, Hilo Medical Center, 1190 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 4 p.m. Monday

Details: Group provides information and support to stroke survivors and their loved ones. Meets every second Tuesday of the month.

Contact: Amy Shipley, 932-3049, ashipley@hhsc.org

CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP

Where: Church of the Holy Cross, 440 W. Lanikaula St., Hilo

When: 10 a.m. Tuesday

Details: Support group for caregivers who provide assistance to anyone. Support from knowledgeable community members as well as Alzheimer’s Association. Helpful tips and opportunity to network.

Contact: Chris Ridley, 443-7360, ridley0428@gmail.com

THE FOOD BASKET’S 14TH ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT

Where: Hilo Municipal Golf Course, 340 Haihai St., Hilo

When: 10 a.m. Tuesday

Details: This year’s tournament kicks off with a shotgun start. Proceeds directly support The Food Basket’s mission of ending hunger in Hawaii County. Entry fee is $100 and includes green fees, shared cart, a bento lunch and prizes. A silent auction also will take place during the award ceremony. Individuals interested in attending the award ceremony, lunch and silent auction as nongolfers are invited to attend with a $25 registration fee. Registration forms can be picked up from The Food Basket’s administrative office in Hilo, the golf course or by visiting HawaiiFoodBasket.org.

Contact: Jamilia Epping, 933-6030, jamilia@hawaiifoodbasket.org

COMING

CAREGIVERS SUPPORT GROUP

Where: Hawaii Island Adult Care, 34 Rainbow Drive, Hilo

When: 9 a.m. Nov. 16

Details: Support group for caregivers who provide assistance to someone with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s Association will provide information and support. Free respite service available.

Contact: Chris Ridley, 443-7360, ridley0428@gmail.com

ALOHA FRIDAY ON THE PORCH – HULA AND OLI WITH KAMAOLIPUA GRACE

Where: Volcano Art Center Gallery, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 11 a.m. Nov. 17

Details: Kumu hula of Halau Alaka`i of Halauolaokalani, Grace shares her extensive knowledge to teach the basics of hula, language and chant. Free, but park entrance fees apply.

Contact: Jenette, 967-8222, jenette@volcanoartcenter.org

EXPLORING THE PALMS OF NEW GUINEA

Where: UH-Hilo, UCB 100, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Nov. 17

Details: Bill Baker of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, England, leads a research group exploring plant diversity and its evolutionary history, primarily focusing on palms. Free.

Contact: Mary Lock, 430-0401, marylock@sbcglobal.net

EXPLORING WOODTURNING WITH AARON HAMMER

Where: Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School wood shop, 35-2065 Old Mamalahoa Highway, Laupahoehoe

When: 9 a.m. Nov. 18-19

Details: Get hands-on experience with spindle turning (for chair legs, bottle stoppers and poi pounders), as well as bowl turning. Students will take home several completed projects. Safety equipment, tool selection and sharpening, wood selection and preparation will be covered along with the chucks and equipment for different projects. Beginners welcome; for ages 13 and older. Cost is $150. Register at www.theHui.net.

Contact: Amy Flanders, 719-680-7993, mermadedzine@gmail.com

HIIAKA AND PELE

Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 9:30 a.m. Nov. 18 and Dec. 2

Details: Discover two fascinating Hawaiian goddesses, sisters Pelehonuamea (Pele) and Hi‘iaka, and the natural phenomena they represent. Experience the sisters coming alive through the epic stories depicted in the natural landscape during this easy 1.7-mile walk. Enter Kahuku on the mauka (inland) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5; meet near the parking area. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun protection and a snack are recommended for all hikes. Free.

Contact: Park information, 985-6011, havo_interpretation@nps.gov

DEMENTIA SERIES

Where: Aging and Disbaility Resource Center, 1055 Kinoole St., No. 101, Hilo

When: 1 p.m. Nov. 18

Details: Alzheimer’s Association presents “Communication and Behaviors in Dementia” at 1 p.m., “I’m Not Fictional” (movie) at 3 p.m. and “Living With Forgetfulness — Part Three” at 5 p.m. Limited seating. Call or email for reservations.

Contact: Chris Ridley, 443-7360, ridley0428@gmail.com

MARBLING WORKSHOP WITH BONNIE SOL HAHN

Where: Laupahoehoe Community Public Charter School Teaching Kitchens, 35-2065 Old Mamalahoa Highway, Laupahoehoe

When: 2 p.m. Nov. 18

Details: Make your own marblized paper in this fun, hands-on workshop. No art experience necessary; nontoxic and safe. Open to ages 9 and older. Cost is $50 (keiki $20). Register at www.theHui.net.

Contact: Amy Flanders, 719-680-7993, mermadedzine@gmail.com

“REEFS AT RISK” AND “ALOHA FROM LAVALAND”

Where: Kalani, 12-6860 Kalapana-Kapoho Road, Pahoa

When: 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18

Details: Double screening of two documentaries produced by Big Islanders. A question-and-answer session with the filmmakers to follow. Admission is $5 at the door.

Contact: Malina Fagan, 990-4086, malina.fagan@gmail.com

PEOPLE AND LAND OF KAHUKU

Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 9:30 a.m. Nov. 19 and Dec. 17

Details: Moderate 2-mile, three-hour guided hike that loops through varied landscapes to explore the human history of Kahuku. Emerging native forests, pastures, lava fields and other sites contain clues about ways people lived and worked on the vast Kahuku lands. Enter Kahuku on the mauka (inland) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5; meet near the parking area. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun protection and a snack are recommended for all hikes. Free.

Contact: Park information, 985-6018, havo_interpretation@nps.gov

FOURTH ANNUAL SPARTAN FEST

Where: Hilo Intermediate School, 587 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 10 a.m. Nov. 19

Details: Everyone invited. Product and craft vendors, informational booths, rummage sale, food, activities and entertainment. Interested in a booth? Call or email the contact below.

Contact: Laina Torres, 313-5300, laina_torres@notes.k12.hi.us

31ST ANNUAL VOLCANO VILLAGE ART STUDIO TOUR AND SALE

Where: Volcano Village

When: 10 a.m. Nov. 24-26

Details: Presented by the Volcano Village Artists Hui. Visitors are invited to meet the artists in their studios and see and purchase artwork in a wide variety of media, including pottery, raku masks, hand-blown art glass, wood and metal sculpture, hand-tooled metal and fiber art, as well as photographs, paintings, drawings and block prints. A special drawing for pieces contributed by the artists is planned for the last day of the event. Maps to the six studios will be available at businesses in Volcano Village, as well as at www.VolcanoVillageArtistsHui.com.

Contact: Emily Herb, 987-3472, eherb@hawaii.rr.com

ALOHA FRIDAY ON THE PORCH – LEI MAKING WITH KAIPO AH CHONG

Where: Volcano Art Center Gallery, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 11 a.m. Nov. 24

Details: Tropical agriculture farmer Ah Chong shares his expert lei-making skills with VAC visitors. As a member of Halau Na Kamalei, his unique experience marries the science of agriculture with Hawaiian lei and hula traditions. Free, but park entrance fees apply.

Contact: Jenette, 967-8222, jenette@volcanoartcenter.org

NATURE AND CULTURE: AN INSEVERABLE RELATIONSHIP

Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 9:30 a.m. Nov. 25

Details: Hike the Palm Trail and be inspired by a place where hulihia (catastrophic change) and kulia (restoration) can be observed as the land transitions from the 1868 lava flow and its pioneer plants to deeper soil with more diverse and older flora. Learn about native plants and their significance in Hawaiian culture. Moderate hike; about 2 miles and takes two hours. Enter Kahuku on the mauka (inland) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5; meet near the parking area. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun protection and snack are recommended for all hikes. Free.

Contact: Park information, 985-6011, havo_interpretation@nps.gov

PALM TRAIL

Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 9:30 a.m. Nov. 26 and Dec. 3 and 23

Details: Moderately difficult 2.6-mile loop traversing scenic pastures along an ancient cinder cone with some of the best panoramic views Kahuku has to offer. Enter Kahuku on the mauka (inland) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5; meet near the parking area. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun protection and a snack are recommended for all hikes. Free.

Contact: Park information, 985-6011, havo_interpretation@nps.gov

SIERRA CLUB

Where: Keaau Community Center, 16-192 Pili Mua St., Keaau

When: 5:30 p.m. Nov. 29

Details: Talk story during our monthly meeting about environmental issues near and far. Potluck before meeting. Support zero waste by bringing your own plate, cup, etc., if can.

Contact: Cory, 959-7747, 333cory@gmail.com

EHCC CLAY EXHIBIT, MARKET, 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION

Where: East Hawaii Cultural Center, 141 Kalakaua St., Hilo

When: 5 p.m. Dec. 1

Details: All are welcome to this inaugural event. Enjoy art, food, entertainment and more.

Contact: Monique, 961-5711, admin@ehcc.org

PAHOA HOLIDAY PARADE

Where: Downtown Pahoa

When: 8:30 a.m. Dec. 2

Details: The holiday season in Pahoa begins with this annual event, rain or shine. Puna organizations, churches, businesses, schools or ad hoc groups looking to have fun are invited to participate. Entry fee for participating is $25, free for groups of school-age keiki. This year’s theme is “E Ala O Pahoa” (Pahoa Rising). Applications for participating groups are available at Savio Realty or Pahoa Used Books and Videos. Deadline for entry is Nov. 24.

Contact: Dean Kelley, 464-4189, kelley264@hotmail.com

11TH ANNUAL PARADISE STUDIO TOUR

Where: Various studios in Hawaiian Paradise Park

When: 10 a.m. Dec. 2-3

Details: Free. Public invited to visit seven home studios of 25 artists who will show works of oil painting, watercolors, collage, pastels, acrylic, cement, wood sculpture, jewelry making, pottery, ceramics, silk painting, fashion art, gourd crafting, photography and more. Free featured demos. For brochure and map, visit www.paradisestudiotour.com or call 982-5150.

Contact: Margaret Stanton, 966-5053, peggystanton007@yahoo.com

BIRTH OF KAHUKU

Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 9:30 a.m. Dec. 9 and 30

Details: Traverse the vast 1868 lava flow, see different volcano features and formations and identify many parts of the Southwest Rift Zone of Mauna Loa. Learn about the Hawaiian hot spot and the creation of Kahuku. Easy-to-moderate hike. Enter Kahuku on the mauka (inland) side of Highway 11 near mile marker 70.5; meet near the parking area. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun protection and snack are recommended for all hikes. Free.

Contact: Park information, 985-6011, havo_interpretation@nps.gov

CITIZENS’ CLIMATE LOBBY HAWAII ISLAND MEETING

Where: First floor, UCB 112, UH-Hilo, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 9 a.m. Dec. 21

Details: This nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization is focused on national policies to address climate change. CCL Hawaii Island is one of hundreds of local chapters found around the world working toward this central mission.

Contact: Zoe Whitney, 280-5882, hawaiiisland@citizensclimatelobby.org

“THE NUTCRACKER BALLET”

Where: Kahilu Theatre, 67-1186 Lindsey Road, Waimea

When: 6 p.m. Dec. 21-22; 2 p.m. Dec. 23

Details: This delightful holiday classic is presented by West Hawaii Dance Theatre and Academy. A full orchestra under the baton of maestro Brian Dollinger with members of the Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra will accompany the dancers. Proceeds will benefit WHDT’s ongoing programs, scholarship fund and studio renovations. Tickets can be purchased by calling the dance company or visiting www.kahilutheatre.org.

Contact: West Hawaii Dance Theatre, 329-8876, vh2dns4@ilhawaii.net

KAMUELA PHILHARMONIC PRESENTS “RUSTIC INSPIRATIONS”

Where: Kahilu Theatre, 67-1186 Lindsey Road, Waimea

When: 4 p.m. Jan. 28, 2018

Details: With the vast landscape of Parker Ranch as inspiration, the orchestra features the inspiring winners of Kamuela Philharmonic’s youth concerto competition.

Contact: Kamuela Philharmonic, 298-6274, contact@kamuelaphil.org

KAMUELA PHILHARMONIC PRESENTS “REMARKABLE FLAIR”

Where: Kahilu Theatre, 67-1186 Lindsey Road, Waimea

When: 4 p.m. March 25, 2018

Details: Remarkable violinist Ignace “Iggy” Jang joins the orchestra to close the season.

Contact: Kamuela Philharmonic, 298-6274, contact@kamuelaphil.org

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NOTE: Didn’t see your item? All ongoing events and any other items that didn’t appear in this week’s Community Calendar can be found in the Calendar for Nov. 4 under the Community section here at www.hawaiitribune-herald.com.