In observance of Catholic Schools Week, St. Joseph School welcomes the community in attending their open house from 4:00p.m.–6:00 p.m. Thursday, January 29, 2015. Come and meet our staff, tour our campuses, and experience a perspective of Catholic school education.
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North Kohala Public Library in Kapaau will show the video “Olomana Gardens: Permaculture and Aquaponics” at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 2.
Hawaii Learning Resource is pleased to announce our next parent and educator workshop, social emotional learning for students. The workshop will be held Saturday, Feb. 28, from 9 a.m. – noon. at Kanu o ka ‘Aina New Century Public Charter School located at 64-1043 Hi‘iaka Street, in Waimea.
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Jaggar Museum in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is now open seven days a week, 10 a.m.-7:30 p.m., and Kilauea Visitor Center is also open daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., according to a HVNP statement.
Volcano Art Center is pleased to be working with Jr. Volcano Choy to create an after-school music program at Ka‘u Middle School.
A trip to so-called third-world countries of the tropics can be very enlightening in some unexpected ways.
Kahilu Theatre will have the rare opportunity to host the only performance on Hawaii Island of “Peace On Your Wings” at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 22.
This month, our “Volcano Watch” articles are focusing on how the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (HVO) monitors Kilauea’s June 27 lava flow. Last week, we covered satellite monitoring; this week, we discuss how HVO scientists track lava flow activity from the air and from the ground.
Wailoa Center’s Fountain Gallery will present the Minihune Miniatures Club display opening Friday, Feb. 6th, from 5-7 p.m. Any Town, Anytime is an exhibit where you can see a 1950s peddler’s cart with 15 cent hot dogs next door to a modern day tea shop, around the corner from a Victorian conservatory and just down the street from the Craftsman-style house that belongs to a rock and roll witch. This collection of shops and houses combines different eras, occupations and fantasies.
The Aloha Exchange Club of East Hawaii on Thursday recognized Lloyd Ishikawa as East Hawaii “Officer of the Month” for January.
The Office of Housing and Community Development is currently accepting applications to its Residential Emergency Repair Program. RERP loans are available to low-and moderate-income homeowners who are interested in repairing and improving their primary residence. The RERP loan can be used for roof repairs, electrical and plumbing work, sewer improvements, the installation of a solar water heating system and termite treatment and repairs to termite or wood rot damage.
Tickets are on sale for the University of Hawaii at Hilo’s 15th Annual Distinguished Alumni and Service Awards Banquet, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 28, at Nani Mau Gardens at 5 p.m. Tickets are $85 each or $680 for a table of eight.
The Rotary Club of Pahoa Sunset presented more than $28,000 to 31 Puna District farmers in the form of $750.00 individual grant checks on Jan. 20, and presented a $5,000 check to Hawaii Island Food-basket on Jan. 8.
Members of the Waiakea High School robotics team won big in November at an international robotics competition at Nagoya University in Japan.