Can you help identify this photo?

The Tribune-Herald each Saturday is publishing a photo from the Lyman Museum’s John Howard Pierce Photography Collection. The Kona Historical Society generously donated the collection in 2007. The museum is seeking help identifying the people and places in the pictures, most of which are from the 1960s and ’70s. Those with information about the subjects in the photos can contact the museum at 935-5021 or archives@lymanmuseum.org. See identified photographs on Facebook at tinyurl.com/piercephotoid. THIS PHOTO (NO. 17665) was captured April 27, 1964.

Calendar for January 11

Get out and go! There’s something for everyone in this week’s Calendar. Check it out!

Muriel Anderson in concert with her multimedia Show “Wonderlust”

Guitarist/harp-guitarist Muriel Anderson takes you on a journey of music and stories, with a backdrop of visuals artfully compiled by award-winning photo artist Bryan Allen, in the show “Wonderlust,” set for 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Volcano Arts Center’s Niaulani Campus in Volcano Village.

‘Live at the Legislature’ premieres next week

In advance of the opening of the regular session of the Hawaii state Legislature, ‘Olelo Community Media will premiere its popular weekly “Live at the Legislature” show at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 14, on channel 49.

Shinnen Enkai set for Jan. 26 in Hilo

The Honpa Hongwanji Hilo Betsuin BWA113th Shinnen Enkai (new year’s party) and general membership meeting and luncheon will be held at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 26, at the Sangha Hall in Hilo.

Elections preparation event to be held in Waimea

WAIMEA — On Saturday, Jan. 11, the League of Women Voters of Hawaii County and Common Cause Hawaii will host a public panel discussion regarding how “The Big Island’s Political Parties Are Preparing for the 2020 Elections,” with leaders of the state’s political parties.

What’s killing our ohias besides rapid ohia death?

Rapid ohia death appears to be a relatively new fungus disease in Hawaii and is killing trees all over the Islands. But with heavy rains and unusually warm weather in West Hawaii, we are seeing a new disease attacking our ohia. This fungus attacks the leaves and causes premature leaf drop. It is similar to the disease that killed most Rose Apple trees in East Hawaii. This is a close relative of the ohia and guava. If the weather continues to warm, it is likely we will see more diseases in the normally cool areas of the islands. For example in Kaloko Mauka, we are seeing fungus diseases attacking palms like the Howea forsteriana that did quite well until the recent warming trend.