It’s a family breakfast, so come and celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with specially prepared green eggs and ham by the Honokaa cafeteria manager Schoen Maekawa and staff from 7:15-7:45 a.m. Tuesday. The cost is $2.20 per person.
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If Jim Kauahikaua had his way, you would not be reading this Volcano Watch article.
Plant diseases usually are what we consider in a garden column, but gardeners and other Hawaiian residents need to be wary as well when it comes to carrying human diseases.
The most recent edition of the Crime Stoppers television program “Hawaii Island’s Most Wanted” began airing Friday.
The Wailoa Center’s main event during March will be the ever-popular Big Island Woodturners 17th annual exhibit slated for Friday through March 27. There will be a meet-the-artists reception from 5-7 pm. Friday. The reception is free and open to the public.
The Aloha Exchange Club of East Hawaii on Thursday honored Officer Jenny Lee as East Hawaii Officer of the Month for February.
Jenna Murayama of Hilo, a student at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus in Madison, N.J., was named to the university’s honors list for the fall 2014 semester.
Every year, Read Aloud America is celebrated on Dr Seuss’ birthday, which is Monday. This year, Basically Books in downtown Hilo is sponsoring a coloring contest.
In support of Women’s History Month, the art department at the University of Hawaii at Hilo organized a free public lecture presentation by art historian and poet Jan Garden Castro.
Photo by HOLLYN JOHNSON/Tribune-Herald.
William A. Black, Mitchell P. Medeiros, Sergio A. Rincon and Micah D. Ericson all graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas.
Parker School will host Kahiau, its 10th annual auction gala on March 7, at the Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii. All proceeds from the event go towards financial aid at the school. The Hawaiian word kahiau means “to give generously from the heart,” and every year Parker puts on the gala so people can come together to provide educational opportunities for Hawaii children.
The Hawaiian Museum of Contemporary Art will present ‘Pigs Feet &Poi,’ a performance poetry, music and theatrical event, featuring performance poet, singer, actor and writer Michele Dalton, with opening acts singer/musician Margot Kimble and poet/healer Jeri Rose.
Noted environmental activist Capt. Charles Moore will present new footage and findings from his 2014 research voyage, at 7 p.m. March 7 at the Honokaa People’s Theatre.
Harmony Graziano, a senior at Hawaii Preparatory Academy, has been named a finalist in the 60th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. She will continue in the competition for 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth about $33 million that will be offered this spring.