Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai club to showcase living artform this weekend

  • A living landscape Bonsai is on display during the 2017 Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai Club's annual exhibition. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today file photo)

  • A nearly 50-year-old juniper bonsai is on display during the 2017 Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai Club's annual exhibition. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today file photo)

  • An ohia bonsai is on display during the 2017 Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai Club's annual exhibition. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today file photo)

  • Rick Davis tends to his "Sweet Potato Forest," a whimsical display during the 2017 Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai Club's annual exhibition. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today file photo)

  • Lillian Paiva tends to her bonsai during the 2017 Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai Club's annual exhibition. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today file photo)

  • Lillian Paiva, left and Ruth Dick set up a display Saturday at the the Waimea Bon-yu Kai Bonsai Club's annual exhibition. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • Bonsai are displayed Saturday at the the Waimea Bon-yu Kai Bonsai Club's annual exhibition. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

The Waimea Bonyu Kai Bonsai Club will hold its annual Bonsai Show for the community this weekend following a three-year hiatus amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.