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Community Calendar for October 11

PUNA SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT MONTHLY MEETING

Where: W.H. Shipman office, 16-523 Keaau-Pahoa Road, Keaau

When: 9:30 a.m. today

Details: The public is invited to attend.

Contact: Jennifer Lopez Reavis, 933-8350, jennifer.lopez@hi.nacdnet.net

MAXIMIZE SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY

Where: Hawaii Innovation Center, 117 Keawe St., Hilo

When: 9 a.m. Thursday

Details: Free. Learn tips on how to make the most of the nationwide marketing for Small Business Saturday, the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Register at www.hisbdc.org.

Contact: Lydia Santiago, 933-0776, lydias@hawaiiantel.net

REIKI LEVEL I CERTIFICATION

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

When: 9 a.m. Thursday and Friday

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. Level I certification. Preregistration required. Cost is $350 plus tax. Limited space available.

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

“US TOO” PROSTATE SUPPORT GROUP, EAST HAWAII CHAPTER

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

When: Noon on Thursday

Details: Concerned about prostate cancer? Join us to learn about the various treatment options available. Anyone diagnosed with prostate cancer is encouraged to attend before deciding which treatment option to select.

Contact: Al Manliguis, 935-2723; Wilbert Lau, 989-8509, golfersrus2@cs.com

“A HISTORY OF THE KAHUA HULA” PRESENTATION WITH ARCHITECT AND PHOTOGRAPHER BOONE MORRISON

Where: Volcano Art Center, Niaulani Campus, 19-4074 Old Volcano Road, Volcano

When: 7 p.m. Thursday

Details: This special site was realized through the vision of the late hula master Edith Kanaka‘ole, kumu hula of Halau o Kekuhi. It is a sacred location that affords the kumu (master) and haumana (student) a pristine view into Halema‘uma‘u, home of volcanic deity Pelehonuamea. Morrison will discuss his experiences in the construction, history and dedication of the kahua hula. Hula practitioners, enthusiasts and history buffs will enjoy this informative, engaging presentation. Free; however, a $5 donation is greatly appreciated.

Contact: Alyssa Johnasen, 967-8222, workshops@volcanoartcenter.org

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

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

“SHOUT! THE MOD MUSICAL”

Where: Palace Theater, 38 Haili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays; 2:30 p.m. Sundays, through Oct. 29

Details: Show features many of your favorite hits from the 1960s. Mehana beer will be available at all evening performances. Doors open one hour prior to each performance Tickets are $15 general admission, $20 center reserved, and will be $5 more at the door. Tickets can be purchased via the Palace box office.

Contact: Karen Moore, 854-6635, karenannemoore@gmail.com

CHICKEN SKIN OBAKE (GHOST) STORIES

Where: Kilauea Military Camp Theater, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday

Details: Featuring obake stories told by master storyteller, kumu and actor Lopaka Kapanui. All new show for 2017. All ages welcome; however, parental guidance is highly suggested. Tickets are limited and can be purchased at all Irie Hawaii locations (Hilo, Pahoa, Kona) and Wizard Smoke Shop/Car Stereo Specialists in Hilo.

Contact: Mariner Revell, 969-7066, rrphawaii@aol.com

NORTH KOHALA REIKI LEVEL I WORKSHOP

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. Level I certification. Preregistration required. Cost is $350 plus tax. Limited space available.

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

STABLES SWAP MEET

Where: Hawaiian Shores Community Center, 15-859 Kahakai Blvd., Pahoa

When: 8:30 a.m. Saturday

Details: All welcome to attend or vend. Featuring garage sale items, produce, plants, arts and crafts, food and all kine stuffs. Plenty of parking. Second Saturday of each month.

Contact: Dawn Hurwitz, 936-3046, stablesswapmeet@gmail.com

WAIMEA PUMPKIN PATCH FALL FESTIVAL

Where: Waimea District Park Complex, 67-1315 Ala Ohia Road, Waimea

When: 10 a.m. Saturday

Details: Live entertainment, Hawaii-made products, community service information booths, Waimea business booths, pie contest, fun run, pony rides, petting zoo, inflatable games/rides, farmers market, food trucks and booths. For more information, visit www.waimeapumpkinpatch@gmail.com.

Contact: Donni Sheather, 938-9667, sheatherdonni@gmail.com

DAV CHAPTER No. 6 HILO (DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS)

Where: Kamana Senior Center, 127 Kamana St., Hilo

When: 11 a.m. Saturday

Details: Dedicated to empowering veterans, their families and widows by ensuring they have access to their full range of benefits. Free, professional assistance for obtaining these benefits and services, outreach programs and representation at all governing bodies. Any man or woman, honorably discharged, who was wounded, gassed, injured or disabled in the line of duty during time of war, while in any branch of service, even still on active duty are eligible for membership. Second Saturday of each month.

Contact: Myron, 218-779-5044, DAV.hichapter6@gmail.com

OKTOBERFEST IN VOLCANO

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

When: 3 p.m. Saturday

Details: Enjoy an authentic German meal, local brewed beer, wine, adult darts and kids games. Proceeds benefit Cooper Center community programs.

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

NUTRITION MADE EASY SEMINAR

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

When: 4 p.m. Saturday

Details: During this two-hour seminar, we’ll explore a three-step process to initiate and sustain healthier eating habits. We’ll identify reasons for making changes, learn easy ways to incorporate healthier options into daily life and create a plan that works for you. Call to reserve a seat. Admission is $10 per person and includes light refreshments.

Contact: Patti Hatzistavrakis, 965-2054, pattihabc@gmail.com

PAHOA SECOND SATURDAY MUSIC AND ART WALK

Where: Pahoa Village Road, Pahoa

When: 4 p.m. Saturday

Details: Every second Saturday of the month. Features various bands and music groups in most every business establishment along the road. The work of local artists also are exhibited at the Pahoa Village Museum, the Portal Art Gallery and others.

Contact: Ariel Murphy, 345-8475, aloha2ariel@gmail.com

MONGOLIAN BBQ

Where: Crater Rim Cafe, Kilauea Military Camp, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 5 p.m. Saturday

Details: Choose what you like and how much you want, then let our cooks fry it up for you. Cost is 85 cents per ounce and includes meat, vegetables, rice and a beverage. National park fees apply.

Contact: Elene Rizzo-Kuhn, 967-8371, rizzokuhne@kmc-volcano.com

COMEDY NIGHT AT KMC

Where: Lava Lounge, Kilauea Military Camp, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 8 p.m. Saturday

Details: A night of laughter with headline comedian Tom Clark and other Big Island comedians. Tickets can be purchased online at www.BrownPaperTickets.com or at the door for $20. National park fees apply.

Contact: Elene Rizzo-Kuhn, 967-8371, rizzokuhne@kmc-volcano.com

HAWAII ISLAND UKULELE RETREAT

Where: Kohala Village HUB, 55-514 Hawi Road, Hawi

When: 9 a.m. Sunday through Oct. 21

Details: Ukulele classes and workshops will cover all levels of skill and include genres from traditional Hawaiian mele for beginners, to swing, jazz, blues and soul for the more advanced. There are even classes in Celtic ukulele and an ukulele ensemble class to work on Tchaikovsky’s “Chanson Triste.” There also will be opportunities to learn lap steel guitar and ukulele bass, engage in some storytelling or take a hula workshop. Complete schedule and detailed descriptions of classes at www.HawaiiIslandUkuleleRetreat.com. All attendees must register online. Kama‘aina can choose to attend as full-time participants or register for specific classes and workshops.

Contact: Elaine de Man, 348-8652, elainede@sbcglobal.net

WRITERS WORKSHOP

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

When: 1 p.m. Sundays beginning Sunday

Details: Whether you’re a seasoned writer or just starting out, one of your most useful resources is a workshop. With this workshop, you’ll not only have useful feedback from other writers, you’ll also benefit from weekly discussions about the most important concepts of writing with the group’s facilitator. Writers can explore any creative medium they want in a friendly, supportive environment. Cost for the full 10 weeks is $90, payable at the start of the session.

Contact: Adam Sydney, 818-216-8664, asydney@gmail.com

KAMUELA PHILHARMONIC PRESENTS “TRIUMPH AND DESIRE”

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

When: 4 p.m. Sunday

Details: Orchestral masterpieces celebrating humankind’s triumphs and desires.

Contact: Kamuela Philharmonic, 298-6275, contact@kamuelaphil.org

HILO HULA TUESDAY AT THE BANDSTAND

Where: Mooheau Park Bandstand, 329 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo

When: 11 a.m. Tuesday

Details: Darlene Ahuna and friends will present an hour of beautiful Hawaiian music and dance. Free; includes cultural workshop.

Contact: Dinnie Kysar, 896-7284, destinationhilo@gmail.com

THE GROWTH AND EVOLUTION OF MAUNAKEA VOLCANO, A GEOLOGIC STORY OF SIBLING RIVALRY

Where: UH-Hilo, Science and Technology Building, Room 108, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Tuesday

Details: A Maunakea Speaker Series presentation by Dr. Ken Hon, professor of geology and interim vice chancellor for academic affairs at UH-Hilo. Hon will unravel what we know about the growth and evolution of Mauna Kea volcano and its complicated relationship with its nearby siblings Kohala and Mauna Loa. Free and open to the public.

Contact: Fritz Klasner, 933-0734, fklasner@hawaii.edu

COMING

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

Where: Volcano Art Center Gallery, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 11 a.m. Oct. 20

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

KOKORO GARAGE SALE

Where: Taishoji Soto Mission, 275 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: 8 a.m. Oct. 21

Details: Temple members will sell clothing, housewares, crafts and more.

Contact: The Rev. Shinsho Hata, 785-3072, shinsho.hata@gmail.com

THE HEART TREASURE OF THE ENLIGHTENED ONES — THE PRACTICE OF VIEW, MEDITATION AND ACTION

Where: Nechung Temple, 96-2285 Wood Valley Road, Pahala

When: 9:30 a.m. Oct. 21

Details: Free and open to the public; with English translation. RSVP at tibetanbuddhism.eventbrite.com. Khenpo Sodargye Rinpoche, a native of Drakgo in Kham Tibet, is a leading Buddhist scholar and teacher, writer, translator, public intellectual and life ethicist based at Larung Gar Buddhist Academy in Sertar County of Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Sichuan Province. As one of the original disciples of the late Khenpo Jigme Phuntsog, he continues to transmit the teachings of Nyingmapa beyond Tibet.

Contact: Fan Zhang, 987-3126, bicwhawaii@gmail.com

OSTOMY SUPPORT GROUP

Where: Hilo Medical Center Cafeteria, 1190 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 11:30 a.m. Oct. 21

Details: Meet new friends, share experiences and provide mutual support in an environment that’s friendly and safe. Third Saturday of each month. Open to all ostomates, pre-ostomy patients, caregivers, interested medical professionals and the public.

Contact: Sandy Wright, 339-7640, OstomyGroup@yahoo.com

“REMINDERS FROM RIO”

Where: Waiakea High School library, 155 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 3 p.m. Oct. 21

Details: Underwater and surface video of all four swimming strokes, turns and relays on video. Jan Prins, former UH swim coach and Paralympic coach and UH-Manoa director of the Aquatic Research Lab and swimming biomechanics, will do a presentation on swimming stroke mechanics. Open to open water and masters swimmers of all ages. Cost is $20 per person.

Contact: Bill Sakovich, 895-7311 or 933-2717, swimsak@yahoo.com

BUDDHIST PRACTICE IN DIFFICULT TIMES

Where: UH-Hilo, Student Services Center, Room W-201, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 6:30 p.m. Oct. 24

Details: Free and open to the public; with English translation. RSVP at tibetanbuddhism.eventbrite.com. Khenpo Sodargye Rinpoche, a native of Drakgo in Kham Tibet, is a leading Buddhist scholar and teacher, writer, translator, public intellectual and life ethicist based at Larung Gar Buddhist Academy in Sertar County of Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture of Sichuan Province. As one of the original disciples of the late Khenpo Jigme Phuntsog, he continues to transmit the teachings of Nyingmapa beyond Tibet.

Contact: Fan Zhang, 987-3126, bicwhawaii@gmail.com

“BARBIE DOLLS OF THE WORLD”

Where: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 1 p.m. Oct. 21

Details: In observance of United Nations Day, Patrice Doctor will display her vast collection of dolls, flags, postcards and souvenirs from various countries of the world. One day only.

Contact: Claire Seu, 933-8890, claire.seu@librarieshawaii.org

LIGHT OF UNITY FESTIVAL

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

When: 1 p.m. Oct. 22

Details: Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Baha’u’llah. Entertainment, food, fellowship.

Contact: Sherri Carden, 990-6838, sherricarden@ymail.com

19TH ANNUAL TASTE OF HILO

Where: Sangha Hall, 424 Kilauea Ave., Hilo

When: 1 p.m. Oct. 22

Details: Features the culinary skills of more than 35 chefs, restaurants and patisseries, who provide their talents, ingredients and staff to make this annual event a success. A portion of proceeds goes to support Hawaii Community College. Tickets are $55 presale, $70 at the door (subject to availability).

Contact: Mike Miyahira, 987-8328, miyahira@hawaiiantel.net

HILO HULA TUESDAY AT THE BANDSTAND

Where: Mooheau Park Bandstand, 329 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo

When: 11 a.m. Oct. 24

Details: Halau Ke Ola Pono No Na Kupuna presents a lively hour of music and hula, including a cultural workshop. Free.

Contact: Dinnie Kysar, 896-7284, destinationhilo@gmail.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. Oct. 27

Details: Tropical agriculture farmer Ah Chong shares his expert lei-making skills. 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

KAILUA VILLAGE ARTISTS 30TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION RECEPTION

Where: Kailua Village Artists Gallery, Kona MarketPlace, Suite C-110, 75-5729 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona

When: 5 p.m. Oct. 27

Details: The public is invited to celebrate with the artists. There will be live music and refreshments. Gallery open 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. daily.

Contact: Kathleen Carr, 328-2162, kcarr@kathleencarr.com

RUN FOR THE DRY FOREST 5K AND 10K RUNS

Where: Pu‘u Wa‘awa‘a Cinder Cone State Park, 71-1645 Mamalahoa Highway, Kailua-Kona

When: 6:45 a.m. Oct. 28

Details: This annual event helps raise awareness and contributes to the conservation and restoration of dry forests in Hawaii. Proceeds from the race events contribute to conservation of endangered bird and plant species in this park. There also is free (noncompetitive) 1/4-mile keiki fun run and a silent auction, featuring local art, gift certificates and much more. Same day registration available.

Contact: Lyman Perry, 938-7795, lyman.perry@hawaii.gov, or visit www.pathhawaii.org.

WAIMEA SOLAR SYSTEM WALK 2017

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

When: 10 a.m. Oct. 28

Details: Hosted by the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope and Keck Observatory. The walk turns Waimea into a scale model of the solar system, with the sun at Keck and Pluto/dwarf planets at CFHT. Prizes for the keiki, refreshments for all. Costume contest at 1 p.m. Free.

Contact: Mary Beth Laychak, 885-3121, outreach@keck.hawaii.edu

ECKANKAR COMMUNITY HU CHANT

Where: Aloha Wellness Center, 239 Haili St., Hilo

When: Noon on Oct. 28

Details: Turn your challenges into opportunities for unfoldment. The hu chant is hosted the fourth Saturday of each month. Join to learn more about dreams, soul travel and spiritual freedom.

Contact: Evangeline, 498-4455, 333evangeline@gmail.com

JOHN KADLECIK SOLO ACOUSTI-LECTRIC

Where: Hilo Town Tavern, 168 Keawe St., Hilo

When: 8 p.m. Oct. 28

Details: The founder of the Dark Star Orchestra, a member of Furthur with Bob Weir and Phil Lesh, and a member of the Golden Gate Wingmen is beginning his tour with “Otiel and Friends.”

Contact: Chuck Deleonardis, 505-681-7919, cdp808chuck@gmail.com

HILO HULA TUESDAY AT THE BANDSTAND

Where: Mo‘oheau Park Bandstand, 329 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo

When: 11 a.m. Oct. 31

Details: Halau Ke Ola Pono No Na Kupuna presents a lively hour of music and hula, including a cultural workshop. Free.

Contact: Dinnie Kysar, 896-7284, destinationhilo@gmail.com

47TH ANNUAL KONA COFFEE CULTURAL FESTIVAL

Where: Kailua-Kona

When: Various times Nov. 3-12

Details: Celebrate the harvest as Kona coffee farms offer a firsthand look at growing this world-famous crop, the coffee art scene fills with inspiration and music and dance enrich cultural exchanges. Kona coffee and food events offer tastings, and hands-on cultural events help tell the story of Kona’s rich coffee history. For more information, visit www.konacoffeefest.com.

Contact: Laura Aquino, 326-7820, laura@current-events.com

ALOHA FRIDAY ON THE PORCH - UKULELE WITH WES AWANA

Where: Volcano Art Center Gallery, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 11 a.m. Nov. 3

Details: Volcano-area musician Awana shares his love of ukulele and Hawaiian music by giving family friendly lessons on the iconic and inviting instrument. Free, but park entrance fees apply.

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

HAWAI‘I NEI OPENING RECEPTION

Where: Wailoa Center, 200 Piopio St., Hilo

When: 4:30 p.m. Nov. 3

Details: Hawai‘i Nei is a juried art exhibition celebrating the native flora and fauna of Hawaii Island. Amateur and professional artists of all ages were invited to submit works celebrating the native plants, animals and habitats of the island. Evening begins with the youth reception followed by the reception and award ceremony for adults at 5:30 p.m. Winners of each category will be announced and prizes awarded along with live music, a photo booth and refreshments. Come dressed as your favorite native species for the annual costume contest. Free and open to the public. All ages welcome. Artwork will be displayed Nov. 3-Dec. 15 during regular Wailoa Center hours.

Contact: Amelie Sterling, 339-0003, hawaii.nei.art@gmail.com

ALOHA FRIDAY ON THE PORCH - LEI MAKING WITH RANDY LEE

Where: Volcano Art Center Gallery, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 11 a.m. Nov. 10

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

ART IS LIFE FESTIVAL

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

When: 10 a.m. Nov. 11

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. Nov. 11

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

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

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

“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 Oct. 7 under the Community section here at www.hawaiitribune-herald.com.

 

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