Performance



HUNA TALK WITH SERGE KAHILI KING 

Where: Cooper Center, Volcano 

When: 1 p.m. Sept. 2 

Details: Learn “How To Deal with Criticism” using secrets from the ancient Hawaiian Huna philosophy. Free to all. Contact: Serge Kahili King, 985-8880, serge@huna.org 

TUESDAY, Sept. 4 

HAMAKUA COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLAN 

Where: Papaikou Comm.Cen. 

When: 5 p.m. Sept. 4 

Details: Steering committee to offer brief CDP process update, operating budget priorities, update on Sunshine Law changes for boards and commissions. Refreshments will be served; public testimony invited. 

Contact: Christian Kay, 961- 8136, ckay@co.hawaii.hi.us 

COMPUTER FOR SENIORS 

Where: SeniorNet at Maluhia 

When: 10 a.m. Sept. 4, 5, 7 

Details: Learn how to use a computer even if you have never touched a mouse. $36 for six-hour class plus $40 annual membership fee. 

Contact: Lois Zimmermann, 974-7603, cyberlu@gmail.com 

THURSDAY, Sept. 6 

BUSINESS ACTION CENTER 

Where: Hawaii SBDC, 100 Pauahi St Suite 109, Hilo 

When: 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 6, 20 

Details: Reps from branch of DCCA help entrepreneurs obtain general excise license, business registration forms, info on state, county and federal licensing requirements. 

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

COMING 

PUNA BAPTIST CHURCH LIVE AUCTION 

Where: Old Puna Baptist Church 

When: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 8 

Details: At old location on corner of Old Pahoa Village Road and Transfer Station Road. Previews day before, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and from 9 to 10 a.m. on auction day. Absentee bids welcome. Donations also welcome and free pick-up is available. 

Contact: 965-9970, PunaBaptistChurch@gmail.com 

WAIOHINU HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE 

Where: Waiohinu Recycling & Transfer Station 

When: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 

Details: Free collection event sponsored by county Department of Environmental Management. For a list of acceptable and non-acceptable materials, visit www.hawaiizerowaste.org/recycle/householdhazardous. No e-waste, or waste from businesses or farms, will be allowed. 

Contact: Chris, 961-8554, recycle3@co.hawaii.hi.us 

HILO HONGWANJI ANNUAL GARAGE SALE 

Where: Sangha Hall (next to Hongwanji Temple), 424 Kilauea Ave. 

When: 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 8 

Details: The Hilo Betsuin Buddhist Women’s Association will hold its annual one-day garage sale. Proceeds from this shoppers’ delight will be used to continue the temple’s programs. Free admission and free parking. 

Contact: Amy Ban, 959-8168 

CofC GARAGE SALE 

Where: Community of Christ, 1842 Kinoole St., Hilo 

When: 8 a.m.-noon Sept. 8 

Details: Household goods, clothing, books, toys, white elephant items, etc. 

Contact: Rosemary, 959-4032, rnkawamoto@gmail.com 

COUNTY BOARD OF ETHICS 

Where: County Building, Puna conference room, 25 Aupuni St. 

When: 10 a.m. Sept. 12 

Details: Board meeting open to public. Agenda posted on county website. 

Contact: Mary Fujio, 961- 8251, mfujio@co.hawaii.hi.us 

KAU KAU KAILUA 

Where: Kailua Village 

When: 5:30 p.m. Sept. 16 

Details: Kau kau means food, and this week-long event features special deals. Visit www. HistoricKailuaVillage.com 

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

HHS CLASS OF ’62 REUNION 

Where: Various Hilo locations 

When: 5 p.m. Sept. 21 

Details: 50th-year class reunion, with several events over five days, Sept. 19-23. Visit www.viking6250.info. 

Contact: Bob Roman, 987- 9663, viking6250@yahoo.com 

EAST HAWAII CONSCIOUS BUSINESS NETWORK 

Where: Keaau Village Market 

When: 3-5 p.m. Sept. 21 

Details: Forum for like-minded individuals to find resources, assistance to create new business opportunities. 

Contact: 990-6838, sherricarden@ymail.com 

EAST SIDE SEED EXCHANGE & HARVEST FESTIVAL 

Where: Laakea Permaculture Community, Pahoa 

When: 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Sept. 22 

Details: Exchange seeds, plant cuttings, bare roots (please check for fire ants). Panel on “Preparing Local Favorite Foods, Dealing with Fire Ants, Slugs & Rats.” 100-percent local food potluck and cook-off. Marimba dance. Free; call for directions. 

Contact: 443-4076, laakea@ mindspring.com 

BURGER EAT-OFF 

Where: Ultimate Burger at Kona Commons 

When: 4 p.m. Sept. 22 

Details: 40 contestants in qualifying round. (Finals Oct. 20, 4 p.m.) Fee to compete. 

Contact: Abra Pintor, 707-799- 9193, abraeve@yahoo.com 

ATHLETIC WELLNESS CLINIC 

Where: Sangha Hall, 424 Kilauea Ave., Hilo 

When: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 22 

Details: Free health screening, flu shots on site, food demonstrations, games and activities for kids’ hula, yoga and Zumba classes; martial arts and gymnastic demonstrations, roller derby demonstration, food concessions and more. In support of health and fitness for all ages. Sponsored by Honpa Hongwanji Hilo Betsuin. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Detailed program schedule available. Call 961-6677 or visit Hilo Betsuin office at 398 Kilauea Ave. 

Contact: BJ Soriano, 961-6677, bjsoriano@hilobetsuin.org 

AUTUMN HILO PLANT SALE 

Where: Kanaka‘ole Stadium, Hilo 

When: 5-9 p.m. Sept. 28, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 29 

Details: Big Island Association of Nurserymen annual fall plant sale blowout. Meet growers, talk story. Browse huge selection of plants. University of Hawaii Cooperative Extension Service plant clinic, other booths. Sale helps fund agricultural scholarships. Free. 

Contact: Desmond Pagen, 937-6305, Kausideman@ yahoo.com 

KAUMANA ELEMENTARY PTSA RUMMAGE SALE 

Where: Kaumana El cafeteria 

When: 7 a.m.-noon Sept. 29 

Details: KES pre-K-2 annual rummage/plant sale. Donations accepted Sept. 27-28, 2:30-5 p.m.; no TVs, monitors. 

Contact: 974-4190, Noelani_ Spencer@notes.k12.hi.us 

BREADFRUIT FESTIVAL GOES BANANAS 

Where: Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, Kona 

When: 9 a.m. Sept. 29 

Details: Recognizing ulu’s traditional role in mixed agroforestry, and ulu’s Pacific-wide companion, mai‘a (banana). Cultural and horticultural presenters, practitioners, storytelling, breadfruit cooking contest, ulu and banana cooking demos, youth crafts, ulu buffet and snacks, ulu and banana tree sales, fine art and youth art contests, music. Free; www.breadfruit.info. 

Contact: Craig Elevtich, 324-4427, hooulu@hawaiihomegrown.net 

PUNA LIONS STEAK BBQ 

Where: Pahoa Sacred Heart 

When: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 29 

Details: PLC’s annual community fundraiser, with ribeye steaks and all the trimmings. $12.50 full steak (12 oz.), $8 half steak. Sodas 50 cents. Eat in or take out (raw steaks available). Tickets at door, or call. 

Contact: Storm Steiger, 937- 3906, stormsteiger@gmail.com 

TOTALLY LOCAL FIBER AND FARM FESTIVAL 

Where: Ahualoa Alpacas, 46-3859 Kahana Drive, Honokaa 

When: 10 a.m. Sept. 29-30 

Details: Bring the family. Visit booths of local artisans, meet alpacas, rabbits and lambs that produce our local fibers, learn to weave with cards or spin with a drop spindle. Produce from local farmers. 

Contact: Jennifer Brundage, 343-4567, ahualoa@gmail.com 

PEACE CORPS REUNION 

Where: Wailoa State Park 

When: 11 a.m. Oct. 21 

Details: Potluck gathering at pavilion No. 1 for Peace Corps volunteers, former training staff members and folks interested in the Peace Corps. Bring potluck dish and join in fun talk-story session. 

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

BICC ANTIQUE & COIN SHOW 

Where: Aunty Sally’s Luau Hale, Hilo 

When: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 28 

Details: The Big Island Coin Club presents its fifth annual Antique & Coin Show. Big Island, Neighbor Island and mainland vendors will be represented. Show is free and open to the collecting public. 

Contact: Steve Nemeth, 935-1035 

25TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRAFT ‘EG’STRAVAGANZA 

Where: Kanaka‘ole Stadium, Hilo 

When: 5 p.m. Nov. 16 

Details: Craft booth applications available at Burgado’s Fine Woods in Hilo, Pikake Beads in Kona, and by emailing egplants@gmail.com. Fees start at $170 for two days. 

Contact: Evelyn Garbo, 959- 7389, egplants@gmail.com 

CHRISTMAS AT HULIHE‘E 

Where: Hulihe‘e Palace 

When: 6 p.m. Dec. 1 

Details: Kick off holidays at third annual Christmas at Hulihe‘e Palace. $100; sumptuous dinner, live and silent auctions, island entertainment. Benefits palace restoration, W.H. Habitat for Humanity. Tickets: www.huliheechristmas.org, or call 756-8928. 

Contact: Margo Takata, 331- 8010, pr@habitatwesthawaii.org 

ONGOING 

HILO COFFEE MILL FARMERS MARKET 

Where: Mountain View 

When: 8 a.m. Saturday 

Details: Locally grown food, assorted products. Live entertainment, petting zoo for keiki. EBT accepted. 

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

VOLCANO FARMERS MARKET 

Where: Cooper Center, Volcano 

When: 6-10 a.m. Sundays 

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

Contact: 936-9705, allank3@ gmail.com 

NEW MOON ONENESS MEDITATION 

Where: 996 Iolani St., Hilo 

When: 6:30 p.m. Monday 

Details: People of all faiths, beliefs gather in oneness with a powerful meditation on each Monday closest to the new moon. A vegetarian potluck follows. Call for details. 

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 

SWAP MEET & CHEF’S 

BREAKFAST 

Where: Cooper Center, Volcano 

When: 8 a.m.-noon, second and fourth Saturdays 

Details: New, used items, crafts, jewelry, art, honey, produce, plants, furniture. Musicians; thrift store, book store; chef’s breakfast, other grinds. Benefits Cooper Center, Volcano Friends Feeding Friends. 

Contact: Barbara Toles, 967-7800 

HAWAIIAN FARMERS 

MARKET 

Where: Railroad and Makaala, Hilo 

When: 7: a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays 

Details: Shop for island produce, plants, flowers, food; event programs. Food vendors sought for Wednesdays. 

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

KINOOLE FARMERS 

MARKET 

Where: 1990 Kinoole St., Hilo 

When: 6:30 a.m. Saturdays 

Details: Big Island Farm Bureau sponsors. Meet growers, cooks and bakers in person with fresh produce, nursery plants, baked goods and prepared meals. EBT cards now accepted. 

Contact: Nate, 937-2663, nategaddis@gmail.com 

KANIKAPILA IN VOLCANO 

Where: VAC Niaulani Campus 

When: 6 p.m. Tuesdays 

Details: Jam session open to those of intermediate talent who can sing or play a musical instrument. $3/session. 

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

KA‘U FARMERS MARKET 

Where: Ace Hardware, Naalehu 

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

Details: Naalehu Main Street sponsors market with fresh produce, baked goods, local arts and crafts and ambience. Ka‘u coffee freshly brewed and packaged. Vendors welcome. 

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


 

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