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TODAY, Jan. 19 

PROJECT LINUS BLANKETEERING 

Where: Discount Fabric Warehouse, 933 Kanoelehua, Hilo 

When: 1 p.m. Jan. 19 

Details: First blanketeering session of the new year! Help volunteers make homemade security blankets for Big Island keiki. See website for more information: http://plhi. shutterfly.com. 

Contact: Kathleen Stacey, 935-7495, project.linus_hi@ yahoo.com 

HOTDOGS & HANDSHAKES 

Where: Top of Paradise Drive, 151839 32nd Ave., Keaau 

When: noon Jan. 19 

Details: Connection Point Church will be giving away free hotdogs and handshakes in an effort to get to know the community better. Come out and join church members for a free lunch and fellowship. 

Contact: Pastor Joe, 982-5177, office@connectionpointnaz.org 

SUNDAY, Jan. 20 

DANCES OF UNIVERSAL PEACE IN VOLCANO 

Where: VAC Niaulani Campus 

When: 4 p.m. Jan. 20 

Details: Dances of Universal Peace. Facilitated by vocalist Lila Flood, the Dances of Universal Peace are a spiritual practice incorporating folk-dance-like steps and sacred mantras that draw from all the major spiritual and religious traditions. No experience necessary; everyone welcome. By donation. Call 985-9109 or 967-8222 for more info. 

Contact: Julie Callahan, julie@volcanoartcenter.org 

TUESDAY, Jan. 22 

A BELOW-THE-SCENES 

LOOK AT KILAUEA 

Where: Kilauea Visitor Center, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park 

When: 7 p.m. Jan. 22 

Details: USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory scientist Mike Poland talks about magma movement within Kilauea’s “plumbing” system in this “After Dark in the Park” program. Visit hvo.wr.usgs. gov. Park entrance fees apply. 

Contact: 985-6011, havo_ interpretation@nps.gov 

THURSDAY, Jan. 24 

BUSINESS ACTION CENTER 

Where: 100 Pauahi St., Suite 109, Hilo 

When: 9:30 a.m. Jan. 24 

Details: Business Action Center, a branch of the state Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, visits Hilo to assist entrepreneurs in obtaining their general excise licenses, business registration forms and information on state, county and federal licensing requirements. 

Contact: Jayna Uyehara, 974- 4000, ext. 62545, bac@dcca. hawaii.gov 

HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW MAUNA LOA? 

Where: UCB-100, University of Hawaii at Hilo, 200 W. Kawili St. 

When: 7 p.m. Jan. 24 

Details: Frank Trusdell, USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory geologist, presents the eruptive history and current status of Mauna Loa, the largest volcano on Earth. Free. More information: hvo.wr.usgs.gov. 

Contact: Janet Babb, 967- 8844, jbabb@usgs.gov 

HINA S. KONA MEETING 

Where: 84-5191 Mamalahoa Highway, south of Captain Cook 

When: 5:30 p.m. Jan. 24 

Details: Meeting at SKEA on Hawaii Island Network of Artists, in support of a greater awareness of island artists and their economic impact. Visit www.HINArtists.org. 

Contact: Tanya Aynessazian, 967-8222, director@volcanoartcenter.org 

FRIDAY, Jan. 25 

POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT IN FILM 

Where: Institute for Astronomy, 640 N. Auhoku Place, Hilo 

When: 1 p.m. Jan. 25 

Details: Fourth session of the class features “Primary Colors,” a film directed by Mike Nichols and starring John Travolta, Emma Thompson, Kathy Bates and Billy Bob Thornton and based on a novel written by a reporter assigned to the 1992 Clinton campaign. Class continues each week through March 8; $10 to enroll. 

Contact: Patricia O’Toole, 333-9850, patsy_otoole@hotmail.com

COMING 

13TH ANNUAL ELLISON ONIZUKA SCIENCE DAY 

Where: UH-Hilo, 200 W. Kawili St. 

When: 8 a.m. Jan. 26 

Details: Free day of science and space exploration for students in grades 4-12, parents, and teachers of any grade level. Sign up at www.spacegrant. hawaii.edu/OnizukaDay. 

Contact: Art Kimura, 934- 7261, art@higp.hawaii.edu 

BOOK SIGNING 

Where: Big Island BookBuyers, 14 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo 

When: 1 p.m. Jan. 26 

Details: Poet Michele Dalton will present and sign his new book, “Time to be the Dream.” 

Contact: Michele Dalton, 808-238-1413, micheledalton1957@yahoo.com 

CONFLICT RESOLUTION COMMUNITY WORKSHOP 

Where: Hawaii CC Bldg. 388, Room 103, Hilo 

When: 9 a.m. Jan. 26 

Details: Kimberly Dark teaches skill of reframing contentious, position-based statements into neutral language that helps everyone think more clearly and develop possible solutions. $50. 

Contact: Ku‘ikahi Mediation Center, 935-7844, ext. 116, julie@hawaiimediation.org 

YEARLY ALASKAN PICNIC 

Where: Spencer Beach Park pavilion, near Kawaihae Harbor, South Kohala 

When: Noon on Jan. 26 

Details: All Alaskans are invited to join in the yearly potluck picnic from noon to 3 p.m. Plates, utensils and napkins will be provided. Bring a favorite dish to share and, of course, Alaskan stories to tell. 

Contact: Bill Simonsma, 883-2134 

PAPAHANAUMOKUAKEA, A SACRED PLACE 

Where: Lyman Museum, Hilo 

When: 7 p.m. Jan. 28 

Details: “Papahanaumokuakea: Sacred Name, Sacred Place” by Nakoa Goo, program coordinator for Mokupapapa Discovery Center. Learn about UNESCO World Heritage conservation site, an official Marine National Monument. $3; free to members. 

Contact: Emily, 935-5021, ebenton@lymanmuseum.org 

THE STORY BEHIND MONITORING HAWAIIAN VOLCANOES 

Where: Kilauea Visitor Center, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park 

When: 7 p.m. Jan. 29 

Details: Kevan Kamibayashi of USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory shows sensors that track volcanic activity and explains how remote monitoring signals get back to HVO. Visit hvo.wr.usgs.gov. Park entrance fees may apply. 

Contact: 985-6011, havo_ interpretation@nps.gov 

2013 HILO MARCH FOR BABIES TEAM CAPTAINS 

Where: Mooheau Bandstand, Hilo 

When: 9 a.m. Jan. 29 

Details: Info workshop for April 27 March for Babies. Learn about premature babies, infant mortality, birth defects. Team captains may pick up event packets, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Hawaiian music, hula, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. It’s the 75th anniversary of March of Dimes. 

Contact: Eden Patino, 987- 0118, hilomarchforbabies@ gmail.com 

SNOWBALLS FROM KILAUEA? 

Where: UCB-100, University of Hawaii at Hilo, 200 W. Kawili St. 

When: 7 p.m. Jan. 31 

Details: Ken Hon, UH-Hilo geology professor, talks about a “wonderland” of light-colored mineral coatings and white spherules found around Halema‘uma‘u Crater, and how the submicroscopic minerals and “snowballs” form. Free. More info: hvo.wr.usgs.gov. 

Contact: Janet Babb, 967- 8844, jbabb@usgs.gov 

HIRE OUR HEROES JOB FAIR 

Where: Armed Forces Reserve Center, 1304 Kekuanaoa St., Hilo 

When: 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan. 31 

Details: Hire Our Heroes Job Fair for veterans, active duty military, guard and reserve members, spouses. A special feature will be a resume writing and interview techniques workshop from 10-11 a.m. Visit https://hoh.greatjob.net. 

Contact: Maj. Darrin Cox, 844- 6605, darrin.m.cox.mil@mail.mil 

5TH ANNUAL BIG ISLAND QUILT SHOP HOP 

Where: Kilauea Kreations II, 680 Manono St., Hilo 

When: 9 a.m. Feb. 1 

Details: Islandwide, Feb. 1-16. Explore eight different quilt shops, on your own or with a bus tour, from Hilo to Kona on Feb. 16. Have your passport stamped for prize drawings, purchase Hawaii-themed quilt blocks and more. Visit www.facebook.com/BigIslandQuiltShopHopHawaii. 

Contact: Mary Moody Cox, 960-1100, marymoodycox@ earthlink.net 

PAHOA SURF FILM FESTIVAL 

Where: Akebono Theater, 15-2942 Pahoa Village Road 

When: 5 p.m. Feb. 2 

Details: Enjoy surf films at the historic Akebono Theater in Pahoa Village. Tickets are $5 in advance at Jeff Hunt Surfboards, and $7 at the door. Call Jeff Hunt Surfboards at 965-2322 or email jeffhuntsurfboards@me.com for more information. 

Contact: Tiffany Edwards Hunt, 938-8592, newswoman@ mac.com 

ALPHA DELTA KAPPA GARAGE SALE 

Where: Mooheau Bandstand, Hilo 

When: 7:30 a.m. Feb. 2 

Details: Fundraiser to support UH-Hilo teacher ed program and other community educational programs. Clothing, kitchenware, toys, books, household items on sale. 

Contact: Karen Maedo, 935- 3506 

HUNA TALK WITH SERGE KAHILI KING 

Where: Cooper Center, Volcano 

When: 1 p.m. Feb. 3 

Details: “How To Feel Good About Yourself,” the all-important key to self-confidence and success in life. Learn about an ancient Hawaiian legend and the wisdom of Huna philosophy. Free. 

Contact: Serge Kahili King, 985-8880, serge@huna.org 

KEAAU HS PARENT, TEACHER CONFERENCES 

Where: Keaau High School cafeteria 

When: 3:30-5:30 p.m. Feb. 5 

Details: Keaau High School parent/teacher conferences for second semester. 

Contact: Cheryl Chow, 982- 4220, ext. 2237, cheryl_chow@ notes.k12.hi.us 

KILAUEA’S VOLCANIC GASES AND THEIR EFFECTS 

Where: Pahala Community Center 

When: 6:30 p.m. Feb. 6 

Details: Jeff Sutton and Tamar Elias, USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory geochemists, offer update on Kilauea’s gas emissions and discuss the formation of volcanic pollution (vog) and its effects on our environment. Free. Visit www. hvo.wr.usgs.gov. 

Contact: Janet Babb, 967- 8844, askHVO@usgs.gov 

ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL CARDINAL BALL 

Where: ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center 

When: 5 p.m. Feb. 9 

Details: All invited to honor leadership and service at annual SJS Mardi Gras Cardinal Ball. No-host cocktails at 5 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m., followed by awards. Silent and live auctions and dancing. Tickets: Kristi Correa, 960- 2627. 

Contact: Marlene Hapai, 966- 9894, mhapai@aol.com 

VOLCANO SWAP MEET, CHEF’S BREAKFAST 

Where: Cooper Center, Wright Road, Volcano Village 

When: 8 a.m.-noon Feb. 9 

Details: All kine stuffs, new and used. Local honey and produce, crafts, locally made jewelry, art, furniture. Book store, thrift shop open. Pancakes, ono grinds, soups. Benefits Volcano Friends Feeding Friends. Upcoming: Feb. 23. 

Contact: Barbara Toles, 967-7800 

WELCOME TO UNIVERSE — KECK OBSERVATORY OPEN HOUSE 

Where: Keck Observatory headquarters, 65-1120 Mamalahoa Highway, Waimea 

When: 11 a.m. March 16 

Details: Put your learning caps on for this unique collection of hands-on exhibits, demonstrations and presentations brought together by Keck Observatory staff excited to share with the public what it takes to be the world’s greatest observatory. This event is free and open to the public. 

Contact: Joan Campbell, 881- 3854, jcampbell@keck.hawaii. edu

SCORE FOR THE CURE 

Where: Edith Kanaka‘ole Stadium 

When: 4 p.m. June 15, 2013 

Details: Walk MS raises funds to help more than 7,000 isle residents living with MS. Funds support life-changing programs and research. Register now, connect with others and start fundraising today. 

Contact: Candice Schwalbach, 532-0806, Candice.schwalbach@nmss.org 

ONGOING 

KOBUDO TAIKO TRAINING ON SUNDAYS IN HILO 

Where: Boy Scout Headquarters, 580 Stainbeck Highway, Hilo 

When: 10 a.m. Sundays 

Details: Ongoing training every Sunday, from 10 a.m. to noon. $5 monthly. Open to all, age 10 through adults. New members welcome. Come and check it out. 

Contact: Milton Yafuso, 430- 4044, miltonyafuso@hotmail. com 

ECLECTIC WALTZ CROSS STEP WALTZ EVENT 

Where: Hilo Elks Lodge 

When: 6-9 p.m. Sunday 

Details: Eclectic dance on second Sunday of each month. $7 per person. Enjoy a cross step waltz mini lesson at 6:15 p.m., followed by mostly (slow) waltz music and all kinds of blues/nightclub two step/swing. Hover, swirl and fly to an “eclectic range of music.” Visit bigislandeclecticwaltz.com for more info. 

Contact: Andolie Marten, 333- 9819, amarten@earthlink.net 

KANIKAPILA JAM SESSIONS 

Where: VAC Niaulani Campus 

When: 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays 

Details: Kanikapila Jam Sessions are open to all musicians. Bring your instrument and enjoy “garage style” jamming with your neighbors and community. Donations are appreciated. Call for info. 

Contact: Julie Callahan, 967- 8222, julie@volcanoartcenter.org 

FREE DOG TRAINING AND SOCIALIZATION 

Where: Liliuokalani Park, Hilo 

When: 2-4 p.m. Sundays 

Details: Free dog training and social events held weekly. Learn to communicate with and motivate your dog and give it the chance to meet new people and dogs. Educational and fun. 

Contact: Carl Oguss, 333- 8346, easthawaiidogpsychologycenter@yahoo.com 

KOKUA KAILUA ON ALII DRIVE 

Where: Historic Kailua Village 

When: 1-6 p.m. Sunday 

Details: One Sunday each month, Historic Kailua Village’s oceanfront Alii Drive becomes a festive pedestrian-only marketplace filled with music, artists, shopping and restaurants encouraging people to shop, dine and buy local. Free Hawaiian entertainment at 4 p.m. at Hulihe‘e Palace. On Feb. 17, March 17, April. 21, May 19, June 9, July 21, Aug. 18, Sept. 15, Oct. 20, Nov. 17 and Dec. 15. 

Contact: Dorlene, 936-9202, dorlenechao@yahoo.com 

VOLCANO AWARENESS MONTH 

Where: Around Hawaii Island 

When: January 

Details: Fourth annual Volcano Awareness Month offers talks about Hawaiian volcanoes throughout the month. A detailed schedule is posted on the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory website at hvo.wr.usgs.gov. 

Contact: Janet Babb, 967- 8844, jbabb@usgs.gov 

FREE SKATE FRIDAYS 

Where: Wainaku Gym 

When: 6-8 p.m. Fridays 

Details: Big Island Babes invites rollerskaters; protective equipment required. 

Contact: Kate Wood, 993- 9428, cubfankate@yahoo.com 

PAHOA ROTARY CLUB 

Where: Akebono Theater 

When: 6 p.m. Tuesdays 

Details: Help serve with Rotary Club of Pahoa Sunset. 

Contact: Alan Lakritz, 987- 5520, einstein.alan@gmail.com 

ORCHID ISLE UMPIRES 

Where: Kamana Senior Center 

When: 7 p.m. second Tuesday 

Details: For all interested in umpiring baseball or softball. 

Contact: Norman Kaaihue, 989- 8788, umpire54@yahoo.com 

KINOOLE FARMERS MARKET 

Where: 1990 Kinoole St., Hilo 

When: 6:30 a.m. Saturdays 

Details: Hawaii Farm Bureau Federation event; fruit, vegetables, flowers, baked goods, andagi, soups; free tai-chi lessons at 9 a.m. 

Contact: Nate, 937-2663 

VOLCANO FARMERS MARKET 

Where: Cooper Center, Volcano 

When: 6-10 a.m. Sundays 

Details: EBT cards accepted. Lots to see and buy, from produce to ono grinds. Contact Linda Ugalde, 936-9705. 

Contact: allank3@gmail.com 

NEW MOON ONENESS 

Where: 996 Iolani St., Hilo 

When: 6:30 p.m. monthly 

Details: People of various beliefs gather in meditation on Monday closest to the new moon. Vegetarian potluck. 

Contact: Cynthia, 640-2345, torian1103@yahoo.com 

CAT AND DOG 

OVERPOPULATION CLINICS 

Where: Keaau Village Market 

When: 10-11:30 a.m., second Sunday of each month 

Details: Nonprofit Hui Pono Holoholona public meeting to share ideas, concerns, energy with group dedicated to reducing animal overpopulation via spaying/neutering. 

Contact: Frannie Pueo, 968-8279, webmistress@hphhawaii.org 

FARM, ART MARKET IN SEAVIEW 

Where: Seaview Performing Arts 

When: 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 

Details: Every Saturday, with farmers, artists and service vendors. Swap meet every second Saturday. EBT welcomed. 

Contact: Jenna Way, 965-8756, info@hawaiispace.com 

HAWAIIAN FARMERS MARKET IN HILO 

Where: Railroad and Makaala, Hilo 

When: 7: a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays 

Details: Produce, plants, flowers, food; event programs. 

Contact: Howard, 769-3989; Russell, 959-6073; hawaiianfarmersmarket@yahoo.com 

KA‘U FARMERS MARKET 

Where: Ace Hardware, Naalehu 

When: 7 a.m. Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday 

Details: Naalehu Main Street sponsors. Fresh produce, baked goods, arts and crafts, Ka‘u coffee. Vendors welcome. 

Contact: Marge Elwell, 929- 7236, marge@hawaii.rr.com, www.naalehu.org 

HILO COFFEE MILL FARMERS MARKET 

Where: Mountain View 

When: 8 a.m. Saturday 

Details: Food, products, entertainment, petting zoo for keiki. EBT accepted. 

Contact: Jeanette, 968-1333, hcmcoffee@msn.com 

PANAEWA FARMERS MARKET 

Where: Panaewa Homestead, Railroad Avenue, Hilo 

When: 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday 

Details: Produce, plants, arts and crafts, food available. Vendors welcome. Free parking. 

Contact: Howard Pe‘a, 959-7802 

NOVICE SWIM TEAM 

Where: YWCA of HI Island 

When: 3-4:30 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday (beginner/ advanced); 4:30-6 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday (elite advanced) 

Details: Stroke technique, endurance, stamina; targeted for competitive swimming. 

Contact: 935-7141, ext. 211, aquatics@ywcahawaiiisland.org 

YOGA FOR SENIORS 

Where: Keaau/Pahoa community centers 

When: Times vary 

Details: Call for details. 

Contact: Luna Sophia, 333- 9680, foundation4yoga@ yahoo.com; YMCA, 935-3721 

HILO POETRY SLAM FOR ALL AGES 

Where: Bayfront Kava Bar 

When: 7 p.m. Thursday Details: Kava Bar Poetry Slam, free for all ages every first Thursday of the month. Sign up at 6:30 p.m. 

Contact: Michele, 238-1413 thepoetmichele@yahoo.com 

AH HEONG REUNION 

Where: Hilo 

When: Sept. 20-22, 2013 

Details: Looking for relatives of Peter and Minnie Ah Heong. Call, email for details. 

Contact: Bernie Hocson, 960- 0723, nenez@hawaiiantel.net 

 

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