Parker School will host Kahiau, its ninth-annual auction gala, on Saturday at the Fairmont Orchid.
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“Math is Everywhere: The First Step to Growing Young Scientists,” is this year’s theme for the seventh-annual Hawaii Island Early Childhood Conference.
The public is invited to wave signs in support of “clean elections” 5-6 p.m. Friday in front of Hopaco at 280 Makaala St. in Hilo.
‘Imiloa Astronomy Center’s spring Wayfinding Talk at 7 p.m. Friday will feature navigator Kalepa Baybayan in a talk on “He Lani Ko Luna, He Honua Ko Lalo, Sky Above, Earth Below.”
The ‘Ula La Red Hat Society Chapter of Hilo will sponsor a “New To You” fundraiser from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday at the Kress Building in downtown Hilo.
In celebration of Teen Tech Week, the Hawaii State Public Library System will offer free STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts &Math)-related programs throughout the state.
The public is invited to attend the Hilo Woman’s Club’s Evening of Wine and Cheese Tasting from 4 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 15, at the clubhouse at 7 Lele St. in Hilo. This is a fundraiser for the club’s college scholarships and other special programs for the needy offered by the club.
The state Department of Education Hawaii District and the EHCC/Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art are celebrating National Youth Art Month by co-sponsoring the 26th annual islandwide exhibit of the Young At Art Show beginning Saturday, March 8. The show will run through March 26 at the Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art at 141 Kalakaua St. in downtown Hilo.
The first Flash Exhibit at the Volcano Art Center, from Friday to Tuesday, March 11, will feature acrylic paintings by Margaret Stanton and sculpture by Randy Takaki at Hale Ho‘omana at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. This exhibit is the first in a series of experimental art exhibits planned for this venue.
The English Department at the University of Hawaii at Hilo will present “A Night of Local Literature,” featuring readings by two prominent Hawaii authors, from 5-7 p.m. on Wednesday in UCB Room 127. The event is free and open to the public.
Hawaii Community College and the Office of Continuing Education and Training will offer an interesting agricultural learning experience from 5-9 p.m. every Wednesday night from March 26 through May 21.
The public is invited to the seventh annual University of Hawaii at Hilo Ocean Day Malama Kanaloa Festival from 10 a.m. -3 p.m. on Sunday at Hilo’s Bayfront Beach Park.
March is Red Cross Month, the perfect time for everyone to take part in the Red Cross mission of saving lives and giving hope to those in need.
KaMele Sanchez, a junior, and fellow students of the Natural Resources Program at Honokaa High &Intermediate School recently enjoyed a teaching experience at Waimea Elementary School — their alma mater.
Soon after a large earthquake occurs, the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory publicizes the preliminary location and magnitude. Have you ever wondered why the location and magnitude of the event sometimes change? Or why it may take awhile to provide the final “reviewed” earthquake report on our website ( http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/seismic/volcweb/earthquakes/ )? We hope to answer these and other questions by giving you an inside look at what happens at HVO after an earthquake.