East Hawaiian Cultural Center will showcase a Makers Market this year from 4-9 p.m. Nov. 2 during downtown Hilo’s biggest First Friday event, the annual Black and White Night.
Fermented foods have been a part of every ancient culture throughout history. Sauerkraut, pickles and yogurt are a few of the many traditional live-cultured, fermented foods. These foods developed out of the need to preserve food before refrigeration was possible.
In observance of International Conflict Resolution Day, the public is invited to a free workshop, “Ho‘opono Pono Ke Ala: Making Right More Right, the Path,” from 5-7 p.m. Oct. 26 in University of Hawaii at Hilo Campus Center Room 301.
The Volcano Art Center’s Hula Arts at Kilauea performance series features a second event this month with a performance at 10:30 a.m. Saturday (Oct. 20) by Kumu Hula Chrissy Kama Henriques with Halau E Hulali Mai I Ka La.
The Kamuela Philharmonic Orchestra is excited to announce two spectacular fundraising concerts featuring “Hamilton” star Julius Thomas III. These exclusive events are slated for 4-6:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Waikii Ranch Clubhouse and 4-6:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at a private estate in Kailua-Kona.
Hawaii Care Choices, provider of palliative, hospice and bereavement care to East Hawaii, is looking to add to its volunteer team and will conduct a training session in November for community members interested in giving a few hours a week to uplift others.
Discover how walking a path of service can have far-reaching effects and how strengthening these capacities within the community can make the world a better, more peaceful place during this month’s “Finding Solutions, Growing Peach” Brown Bag Lunch Series talk hosted by Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center.
Students in the Culinary Arts program at Hawaii Community College-Palamanui in Kailua-Kona received a special treat Oct. 3, when a guest chef joined the class to share his dessert-making expertise.