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Arts & Reveals

TODAY, April 13

NIUHI-SHARK

The place: East Hawaii Cultural Middle, 141 Kalakaua St., Hilo

When: Regular middle hours by way of April 26

Particulars: Exhibition honors Kamehameha the Nice in paint and prose with unique work created by Carl F.Okay. Pao paired with choices from the ebook “Kamehameha – The Rise of a King” by Kawika Eyre.

Contact: Administrator, 561-5711, Admin@ehcc.org

MONDAY, April 15

MANA 2019 INVITATIONAL ART SHOW

Where: Wailoa Art Middle, 200 Piopio St., Hilo

When: Regular middle hours via April 26

Particulars: Showcases paintings by Nelson Makua and ceramics by Kainoa Makua. Other noted island artists additionally have been invited to hitch the exhibit. Also invited to participate have been the scholars of Nawahïokalani‘opu‘u, a Hawaiian language faculty.

Contact: Nelson Makua, 966-4647, puna@namakua.com

Courses

TODAY, April 13

SOFT PASTEL STILL LIFE WORKSHOP WITH PATTI PEASE JOHNSON

Where: Volcano Artwork Middle, Niaulani Campus, 19-4074 Previous Volcano Street, Volcano

When: 9 a.m. at this time

Particulars: Study concerning the several types of pastels, totally different papers, fixing and mounting paper and backing. Then use newsprint to get the movement of arm movements to keep unfastened. Subsequent, college students start forming shapes and transfer into colors on pastel paper from shut remark of the setup still life. College students will complete a 9-by12-inch challenge. Value is $50, or $45 for VAC members, plus a $10 provide payment per individual.

Contact: Alyssa Johnasen, 967-8222, workshops@volcanoartcenter.org

AARP HI PRESENTS: HOW TO START A BUSINESS

Where: Hawaii Innovation Middle, 117 Keawe St., Hilo

When: 9:30 a.m. immediately

Particulars: From getting the cash to start out a business to creating the key elements to make that enterprise a hit, this free seminar supplies info an entrepreneur wants. Study packages and assets to start out, maintain and develop a business. Morning refreshments offered. Open to the general public; AARP membership not required. Register online at //aarp.cvent.com/hilobiz4-13.

Contact: Jackie Boland, 877-926-8300, jboland@aarp.org

MEDICAL QIGONG FOR CHRONIC PAIN

Where: Hilo Elks Lodge, 150 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: 10 a.m. Saturdays and 5 p.m. Tuesdays, April 13-Might 4

Details: Study this follow to manage persistent ache, respiratory points, and so on. It’s stability of movement and meditation for a proactive, low influence and non-drug strategy to health. Visit www.hiqi4health.org. Value $65. Deadline to register is April 1.

Contact: Jana Ching, 961-6922, jana.hiqi@gmail.com

SEW SIMPLE — EASY EMBROIDERY SAMPLER

The place: Hawaii Artistic Retreats Studio, 614 Kilauea Ave., Suite 103, No. 25, Hilo

When: 2 p.m. right now

Particulars: Study straightforward embroidery stitches and create a hooped sampler in a heart or egg shape. All supplies and lightweight refreshments included. Value is $25. Area is restricted. Register on-line at www.hawaiicreativeretreats.com.

Contact: Sara Krosch, 520-389-0620, hawaiicreativeretreats@gmail.com

SUNDAY, April 14

CREATIVE RETREAT — MANDALA DOTTED EGGS

Where: Hawaii Artistic Retreats Studio, 614 Kilauea Ave., Suite 103, No. 25, Hilo

When: 2 p.m. Sunday

Details: Study straightforward dotting methods and create unique designs on artificial eggs with acrylic paint. Depart with a basket of adorned eggs and instruments to proceed this craft. Value is $25. Area is restricted. Register on-line at www.hawaiicreativeretreats.com.

Contact: Sara Krosch, 520-389-0620, hawaiicreativeretreats@gmail.com

MONDAY, April 15

THAI YOGA

Where: Taishoji Soto Mission, 275 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: 5:30 p.m. Mondays

Details: Donation. Nice for newcomers and priceless for superior college students. Warming up the joints and ligaments of the physique, stretching, self massage, spinal alignment and respiration methods. No yoga mat needed; can do in a chair if vital. Getting ready the body for snug meditation.

Contact: Gregory, 260-438-6671, thaiyogahilo@gmail.com

THURSDAY, April 18

KAMANA CENTER SENIOR LECTURES

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

When: 10 a.m. Thursdays via June 6

Particulars: This week, Nona Wilson will current “Understanding The New Medical Aid In Dying Law.” Value for the 10 weeks is $10. Please come early if in case you have not registered for the lectures. On April 25, Don Swanson with the U.S. Geological Survey will current “The Double-Barreled 2018 Eruption of Kilauea Volcano.” The eruption in decrease Puna, and the partial collapse of Kilauea Caldera 30 miles away collectively represent the most important brief-lived eruption of the volcano because the 15th century. The event and progress of the eruption represent a case research that was nicely-documented by geophysical monitoring and images. The speak will talk about what did (or does) all of it imply, was this the top of what we’re used to at Kilauea or a tentative step into one thing totally different?

Contact: Carol Lafond, 339-7270, lafond1584@gmail.com

THURSDAY, April 18

FREE BROWN BAG TALK

The place: Workplace of the Prosecuting Lawyer, 655 Kilauea Ave., Hilo

When: Midday on Thursday

Particulars: This month’s speaker is Julie Mitchell, who will current “The Art of Negotiation: Getting What You Want Through Collaborative Problem-Solving.” Study highly effective negotiation methods including framing the ask, making presents and counteroffers and sealing the deal throughout this interactive speak. Hosted by Kuikahi Mediation Middle.

Contact: Majidah Lebarre, 935-7844, majidah@hawaiimediation.org

COMING

THE SOUND OF SOUL MEDITATION

Where: Aloha Wellness Middle, Group Studio, 239 Haili St., Hilo

When: Midday on April 21

Details: Wanting for a spot to meditate and have religious conversation in a protected, pleasant surroundings? Come to share your questions and insights of religious discovery.

Contact: Evangeline, 498-4455, 333evangeline@gmail.com

CONTROLLING LITTLE FIRE ANTS

The place: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 5 p.m. April 23

Details: Informational presentation. Fanny Brewer from the Huge Island Invasive Species Committee will speak concerning the historical past of little hearth ants in Hawaii, give an summary of ant biology and supply practical recommendations on how you can handle little hearth ants on your property.

Contact: Justin Rajkowski, 933-8890, justin.rajkowski@librarieshawaii.org

BON DANCE CLASSES

The place: Hakalau Jodo Mission, 29-2289 Hanamalo Loop, Hakalau

When: 6 p.m. April 23

Particulars: Each second and fourth Tuesday of the month. Exercise and fun; study older, conventional in addition to modern upbeat dances that can be danced at each bon dance all through the summer time. Additionally study the history and background of the dances. Donation of $5.

Contact: Akiko Masuda, 963-6422, msakiko@hawaii.rr.com

TAI CHI CHIH — JOY THRU MOVEMENT

The place: Lili‘uokalani Gardens pavilion, Banyan Drive, Hilo

When: 7:45 a.m. Saturdays by means of April 27

Particulars: Straightforward to study, straightforward to do. Eight weeks. All ages and skills welcome; youngsters starting age 7. Scale back stress, improve power, construct muscle, improve flexibility, improve mental focus and enhance immune perform.

Contact: Sharron, 313-2197, reikimastertaichichih@gmail.com

FREE FAIR HOUSING SEMINAR

The place: Aupuni Middle Conference Room; 101 Pauahi St., Hilo

When: 8:30 a.m. April 29

Particulars: Study from the specialists about federal and state truthful housing legal guidelines, protected courses and current subjects resembling assistance animals and home violence. There’s limited seating, so pre-registration is required. Name the quantity under for info.

Contact Identify: Workplace of Housing & Group Improvement, 961-8379, alisa.hanselman@hawaiicounty.gov

INTRODUCTION TO BEEKEEPING COURSE WITH RICHARD SPIEGEL

Where: Ahualoa

When: 1 p.m. Saturdays, July 13-Aug. 3

Details: Study the basics of nontoxic beekeeping and sufficient gear and primary information to obtain and care for a colony of bees. Spiegel additionally will speak about how his agricultural, values-based mostly enterprise practiced sustainability and social and environmental duty. Also find out how intentions and methods have an effect on the meals we grow and how the food we eat impacts us, how honey bees are an integral a part of nature and the meals chain of people and a number of the present challenges faced by honey bees and people. Particular location and extra info might be given upon registration.

Contact: Susan Collins, 936-6019, birdandbeehawaii@gmail.com

Golf equipment

TODAY, April 13

DAV CHAPTER #6 HILO (DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS)

The place: Kamana Senior Middle, 127 Kamana St., Hilo

When: 11 a.m. at the moment

Details: Dedicated to empowering veterans, their households and widows by making certain they have access to their full range of advantages. The group gives free, professional assistance for acquiring these advantages and providers, outreach packages and illustration in any respect governing our bodies. Any man or lady, honorably discharged, who was wounded, gassed, injured or disabled within the line of obligation during time of conflict, whereas in any department of service, even nonetheless on lively service, are eligible for membership. Second Saturday of every month.

Contact: Myron, 218-779-5044, DAV.hichapter6@gmail.com

HILO ORCHID SOCIETY

The place: Kamana Senior Middle, 127 Kamana St., Hilo

When: 1:30 p.m. at the moment

Details: Tom Mirenda, former orchid curator for the Smithsonian Institute, will current “Mysteries of Orchid Pollination.” Public welcome. Free.

Contact: Dana Culleney, 430-6653, information@hiloorchidsociety.org

TUESDAY, April 16

BIG ISLAND WATER GARDEN CLUB

Where: Keaau Group Middle, 16-192 Pili Mua St., Keaau

When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday

Details: Month-to-month assembly. This month’s speaker is natural farming teacher David Forsythe, who will discuss aquaponics and pure farming methods. Public is welcome. A mini auction concludes assembly enterprise.

Contact: Karen, 935-5357, stephen@backyardeden.com

ORCHIDLAND COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION BOARD MEETING AND SPECIAL ROAD COMMITTEE MEETING

Where: Fraternal Order of Eagles, Keaau Aerie, 16-111 Opukahaia St., Keaau

When: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday

Particulars: The Special Street Maintenance Committee will meet earlier than the board meeting, which begins at 7:15. All Orchidland lot house owners are invited to attend.

Contact: Barbara Arthurs, 966-6141, babsarthurs@gmail.com

WEDNESDAY, April 17

HILO PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB MEETING

Where: Kamana Senior Middle, 127 Kamana St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Wednesday

Particulars: Jay and Vijay Karai traveled to Egypt just lately to photograph the historic websites and the natural great thing about the deserts. They have been thrilled to see the unimaginable great thing about the land and the culture that has not changed for several centuries. Their pictures are beautiful and incredibly lovely and can take you back to the wealthy historical past of the ancient pharaohs and the simplicity of recent life in this land referred to as Egypt. Mild refreshments offered. Meetings open to anyone with an curiosity in images.

Contact: Chris Butcher, chrisbutcher440@gmail.com

THURSDAY, April 18

GO CLUB

The place: Taishoji Soto Mission, 275 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: 5:30 p.m. Thursdays

Particulars: Free. GO, additionally know as Igo, is an historic recreation of technique performed with black and white stones. The target is to say probably the most territory by putting your stones on the intersections of the road-grid enjoying board. It’s easy yet complicated and may sharpen your mind. Newbies to specialists welcome. We will train you when you’ve never performed before.

Contact: Russell, 936-6710, rs_brown@hotmail.com

COMING

HILO WOMAN’S CLUB MONTHLY GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Where: HWC Clubhouse, 7 Lele St., Hilo

When: 11:30 a.m. April 23

Details: Assembly will embrace the election of the 2019-20 officers, a club assembly and a potluck. Ought to you’ve got any questions or serious about turning into a member, call the number under.

Contact: Jennifer Tanouye, 935-9838, jentanouye@hotmail.com

MOUNTAIN VIEW LIBRARY PRE-BOOK CLUB GATHERING

The place: Mountain View Public and Faculty Library, 1235 Volcano Highway, Mountain View

When: 4 p.m. April 23

Details: Are you interested by joining a ebook membership? Be a part of the planning at the first gathering of the Mountain View E-book Club.

Contact: Bonnie Perry, 968-2322, bonnie.perry@librarieshawaii.org

Well being

TODAY, April 13

NAMI FAMILY-TO-FAMILY EDUCATION PROGRAM

Where: St. Joseph’s Church, assembly room, 43 Kapiolani St., Hilo

When: 9 a.m. at this time

Details: Free. For family, associate, pal or vital different caregivers of adults dwelling with mental health circumstances. Designed to help relations understand and help their loved ones dwelling with psychological health circumstances whereas maintaining their own properly being.

Contact Identify: Carolyn Oki or Kathy Hammes, 935-3518 or 959-2426 (respectively), kham337@gmail.com

TUESDAY, April 16

ADVANCE HEALTH CARE DIRECTIVE — DO YOU HAVE ONE?

Location: Getting old and Disability Resource Middle, 1055 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: 9 a.m. Tuesday

Particulars: Get help completing a free advance health care directive that paperwork your end-of-life wishes. Even if you already have a dwelling will, a well being care power of lawyer or an AHCD, discover ways to evaluation it to make certain it meets your needs. Come and convey your family and loved ones to study this essential matter. To register, call Tony Kent at 293-4559 or Amy Hamane at 935-1500.

Contact: Sally Mermel, 967-7426, sally.volcano@gmail.com

WEDNESDAY, April 17

PIYO LIVE!

The place: Puna Hongwanji Mission, 16-492 Previous Volcano Street, Keaau

When: 4 p.m. Wednesdays by means of Dec. 18

Details: Low-influence, high-depth core power, flexibility and stability workout inspired by Pilates and yoga, choreographed to in style music. Convey a yoga mat and water. Donations welcome.

Contact: Sara Krosch, 520-389-0620, sarakrosch@gmail.com

THURSDAY, April 18

FAMILY CAREGIVER SUPPORT

Where: Hilo Grownup Day Middle, 561 Kupuna Place, Hilo

When: 9 a.m. Thursday

Particulars: Open to all group members caring for an grownup liked one. You’ll get to talk story with others on the identical caregiving journey. Share considerations and care ideas for you and your beloved. Depart feeling a bit of lighter.

Contact: Lizby, 987-7706, llogsdon@hawaiiislandadutcare.org

PIYO LIVE!

Where: Ka‘u District Health club Multi-Function Room, Pahala

When: 6 p.m. Thursdays by way of Dec. 26

Particulars: Low-influence, excessive-depth core power, flexibility and stability exercise inspired by Pilates and yoga, choreographed to widespread music. Deliver a yoga mat and water. Donations welcome.

Contact: Sara Krosch, 520-389-0620, sarakrosch@gmail.com

COMING

OSTOMY SUPPORT GROUP

Where: Hilo Medical Middle cafeteria, 1190 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 11:30 a.m. April 20

Particulars: Meet new associates, share experiences and supply mutual help in an setting that’s pleasant and protected. Meets the third Saturday of every month; open to all ostomates, pre-ostomy sufferers, caregivers, interested medical professionals and the general public.

Contact: Sandy Wright, 339-7640, OstomyGroup@yahoo.com

NAMI FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP

Where: Oki Convention Room, 688 Kinoole St., Suite 115A, Hilo

When: 7 p.m. April 26

Particulars: Meets monthly. Helps individuals achieve understanding and empathy for family members dwelling with and recovering from mental illness. Be a part of to study extra, join with others and feel empowered.

Contact: Carol Denis, 935-0615, caroldhilo@gmail.com

Just for Keiki

TODAY, April 13

MICROSOPE VIEWING — BUGS

The place: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 1 p.m. throughout regular library hours all through April

Particulars: Stop within the youngsters’s room after faculty and check out particular microscope slides of bugs. April is the month to explore and study concerning the creepy, crawly world of bugs. We may even have a wide selection of “buggy” books out there to check out. Free and open to all ages. Youngsters underneath the age of 5 have to be accompanied by an adult.

Contact: Gretchen Andrews, 933-8890, gretchen.andrews@librarieshawaii.org

THURSDAY, April 18

APRIL-OLOGY: BUG-OLOGY

The place: Mountain View Public and Faculty Library, 1235 Volcano Highway, Mountain View

When: 10 a.m. Thursday

Particulars: Take a look at real bugs from Maunakea. Take a look at them underneath the microscope and study what they do in their environments. Put collectively the wekiu bug’s life cycle, to see how they stay on the summit of Maunakea, and do some arms-on bug crafts.

Contact: Bonnie Perry, 968-2322, bonnie.perry@librarieshawaii.org

COMING

EARTH DAY CRAFT — EARTH COLLAGE

Where: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 11 a.m. April 20

Details: Create your personal “Earth” with punch outs of flowers, hearts, butterflies and stars. Individuals glue their finished earth onto black development paper to resemble area. Program suitable for ages 5 and older.

Contact: Gretchen Andrews, 933-8890, gretchen.andrews@librarieshawaii.org

EASTER EGG HUNT

Where: Ohia Room, Kilauea Army Camp, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 9 a.m. April 21

Particulars: Open to youngsters 10 years previous and younger. Preregister by calling 967-8352. Registration may even be accepted from 7:30-Eight:45 a.m. the day of the hunt. Don’t overlook your Easter baskets. Park fees apply.

Contact: Elene Rizzo-Kuhn, 967-8371, elene.m.rizzo-kuhn.naf@mail.mil

Outdoor

TODAY, April 13

HELP CLEAN THE POND

Where: Lili‘uokalani Gardens, Banyan Drive, Hilo

When: Eight a.m. at this time

Particulars: Be a part of UH-Hilo students, Youth Challenge and Associates of Lili‘uokalani Gardens in continuing efforts to clean Waihonu, the pond at the heart of the park. There also are land-based chores for those who don’t need to get moist. Please wear closed-toe footwear and convey your gloves. Refreshments and lunch offered.

Contact: Alton Okinaka, 383-4917, alton@hawaii.edu

STEWARDSHIP AT THE SUMMIT

The place: Hawaii Volcanoes Nationwide Park

When: 8:45 a.m. right now and April 20 and 26

Details: Volunteers are wanted to assist remove invasive, non-native plant species that forestall native crops from rising in Hawaii Volcanoes Nationwide Park. Wear sturdy mountaineering footwear, lengthy-sleeve shirts and long pants. Convey a hat, rain gear, day pack, snacks and water. Gloves and tools are offered. No advance registration required; no value to take part, however park entrance fees apply. Meet undertaking leaders Paul and Jane Area at Kilauea Visitor Middle. Go to www.nps.gov/havo/planyourvisit/summit_stewardship.htm for further planning particulars.

Contact: Park Info, 985-6011, havo_interpretation@nps.gov

THURSDAY, April 18

STEWARDSHIP OF KIPUKAPUAULU

The place: Meet at the Kipukapuaulu parking zone on Mauna Loa Street, off Highway 11

When: 9:30 a.m. Thursdays via April 25

Details: Help remove troublesome crops from this house to an astonishing variety of native forest and understory crops. Deliver clippers or pruners, sturdy gloves, a hat and water. Wear closed-toe footwear and clothing that you simply don’t thoughts getting completely stained from morning glory sap. Be ready for cool and wet or scorching and sunny weather. Meet at the Kipukapuaulu parking zone on Mauna Loa Street off Freeway 11 in the park. New volunteer? Contact Marilyn Nicholson for more info at nickem@hawaii.rr.com.

Contact: Park Info, 985-6011, havo_information@nps.gov

COMING

HAWAII ISLE ARCHERY CLUB TRADITIONAL SHOOT

Where: Malama Archery Park, Panaewa

When: 7:30 a.m. (registration); 9 a.m. (shoot begins) Might 18

Particulars: A enjoyable day of conventional archery; 14 targets and novelty shoots. All talents and ages welcome.

Contact: Tracy Lewis, 959-6699, tracyinhilo@yahoo.com

BIG ISLAND ROAD RUNNERS SCHOLARSHIP 5K RUN

Where: Reed’s Bay Seashore Park, Hilo

When: 7:30 a.m. Might 19

Details: Registration starts at 6:30 a.m. the day of the race. Value is $10 for non-members, $5 for members. Scholarship awards might be introduced after the run. Come assist rejoice operating and the scholarship recipients.

Contact: David Cotter, 339-7210, volcanodwc@hawaii.rr.com

Performances

TODAY, April 13

DENNIS AND CHRISTY SOARES PERFORM

The place: Hilo Farmers Market, Kamehameha Avenue and Mamo Road, Hilo

When: 10 a.m. in the present day, Wednesday and April 21

Particulars: Stay acoustic music.

Contact: Dennis B. Soares, 345-1800, dennis_soares@hotmail.com

HAWAIIAN MUSIC KANIKAPILA

The place: Church of the Holy Apostles, 1407 Kapiolani St., Hilo

When: Three p.m. at this time

Particulars: Will use “He Mele Aloha” (the large blue guide), so deliver yours along. If you want to lead a music not from “He Mele,” convey lead sheets to share. Players of all talents welcome — deliver no matter instrument you want and play and or sing alongside.

Contact: Chele Hryniuk, 935-5545, thehroost@hotmail.com

GIRLS NIGHT OUT AT THE EAGLES

Where: Fraternal Order of Eagles, Keaau Aerie, 16-111 Opukahaia St., Keaau

When: 7 p.m. at the moment

Particulars: Take pleasure in rock ’n’ roll performed by this outstanding group. Dance the night time away; $5 cowl charge.

Contact: Richard J. Robbins, 965-0133, RobbinsR006@Hawaii.rr.com

TUESDAY, April 16

HILO HULA TUESDAY AT THE BANDSTAND

Where: Mooheau Bandstand, 329 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo

When: 11 a.m. Tuesday

Particulars: Free. The Hula Sisters perform this week. Throughout Merrie Monarch Week, the Merrie Monarch Band performs April 23 and the Hula Sisters carry out April 24. Halau Ke Ola Pono No Na Kupuna performs again April 30. All welcome.

Contact: Dinnie Kysar, 896-7284, destinationhilo@gmail.com

THURSDAY, April 18

HO‘OULU MELE HAWAI‘I : WE GO JAM

Where: UH-Hilo, Campus Middle Plaza, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 6 p.m. Thursday

Particulars: Be a part of the UH-Hilo History Department and the Board of Media Broadcasting for an evening of music, meals and fun. This yr’s theme is “Cultural Revitalization Though Mele” and can function performances by Waiakea High Faculty Ka Leo Wai Membership and Kainani Kahaunaele. Free and open to the general public. Food and refreshments will probably be served whereas supplies final. For more info, e-mail bomb@hawaii.edu.

Contact: Maile Boggeln, 932-7796, boggeln@hawaii.edu

FRIDAY, April 19

EASTER CANTATA

Where: Haili Congregational Church, 211 Haili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Details: The group is invited to attend. Lyndell Lindsey is conducting and Michael Springer will accompany on piano. Refreshments will comply with within the church’s multipurpose room. Free. For extra info, go to the church website at //hailichurch.org.

Contact: Jane Boyd, 969-2041, janeoboyd@msn.com

“THE MARIJUANA-LOGUES”

The place: The Crown Room, Grand Naniloa Resort, 93 Banyan Drive, Hilo

When: Eight p.m. Friday and April 20

Details: Introduced by the Hilo Group Gamers. This benefit efficiency presents such a humorous and well timed show about marijuana, you’ll need to see it again. This sly takeoff on “The Vagina Monologues” is a primary for Hawaii Island. Tickets could be bought at www.hiloplayers.org or at Irie Hawaii Smoke and Vape Shop, 425 Kilauea Ave., B9, in Hilo.

Contact: Randal McEndree, 678-208-7391, rmcrmc1@hotmail.com

COMING

DENNIS AND CHRISTY SOARES PERFORM

The place: Hilo Coffee Mill, 17-995 Volcano Street, Mountain View

When: 10 a.m. April 20

Details: Reside acoustic music.

Contact: Dennis B. Soares, 345-1800, dennis_soares@hotmail.com

DENNIS AND CHRISTY SOARES PERFORM

The place: Hana Hou Restaurant, 95-1148 Naalehu Spur Street, Naalehu

When: 5 p.m. April 26

Details: Reside acoustic music.

Contact: Dennis B. Soares, 345-1800, dennis_soares@hotmail.com

DENNIS AND CHRISTY SOARES PERFORM

The place: New Thought Middle Hawaii, 81-6587 Mamalahoa Freeway, Kealakekua

When: 10 a.m. April 28

Particulars: Stay acoustic music.

Contact: Dennis B. Soares, 345-1800, dennis_soares@hotmail.com

All Kine Stuffs

TODAY, April 13

HAWAII COUNTY DEMOCRATIC PARTY CONVENTION 2019

Where: Honokaa High and Intermediate Faculty cafeteria, 45-527 Pakalana St., Honokaa

When: 7:30 a.m. (registration); 9:30 a.m. (conference begins) at this time

Details: Program will embrace electing new officers, speeches from elected officials and a forum together with several subjects. Lunch is included with registration payment. To register or find out more, visit www.hawaiicountydemocrats.org/county-convention.

Contact: Heather Kimball, 333-1535, hawaiicounty@hawaiidemocrats.org

STABLES SWAP MEET

Where: Hawaiian Shores Group Middle, 15-859 Kahakai Boulevard, Pahoa

When: Eight:30 a.m. as we speak

Particulars: Group market within the Hawaiian Beaches/Shores space of Pahoa. All welcome to attend or vend. New vendors every time. That includes storage sale gadgets, produce, crops, arts and crafts, meals vans and all kine stuffs. Plenty of parking. Second Saturday of each month.

Contact: Dawn Hurwitz, 936-3046, stablesswapmeet@gmail.com

F.O.L.Okay. BOOK SALE

The place: Kailua-Kona Public Library, 75-138 Hualalai Street, Kailua-Kona

When: 9 a.m. at this time

Details: Proceeds help help special packages and the wants of the Kona libraries. Academics obtain particular reductions with their official faculty ID, and F.O.L.Okay. members receive a 20 % discount. As all the time, volunteers are welcome. Ebook donations are accepted at the library.

Contact: Ken Guerra, 322-0077, people@folkhawaii.com

SECOND HILO CACAO AND CHOCOLATE FESTIVAL

The place: Hilo Hawaiian Lodge, 71 Banyan Drive, Hilo

When: 9 a.m. at this time

Details: Free occasion helps and helps broaden the growing and processing of cacao on Hawaii Island, in addition to the tourism focus for cacao farm tours and world-class chocolate that’s created here. Displays will present the entire chocolate making process “from tree to bar.” More than 700 free cacao seedlings shall be obtainable to take house with printed literature for growing and processing cacao. Representatives from many organizations might be available. Many island chocolatiers additionally shall be selling their merchandise. A Chocolate Passport ($25 prematurely, $30 on the door) also shall be obtainable this yr for a chocolate tasting and other people’s selection evaluation of 100 % grown and made in Hawaii chocolate merchandise. And that’s just to name a number of of the activities and occasions planned. For extra info, together with free excursions of Tom Menezes’ chocolate plantation, go to www.hilochocofest.com.

Contact: Patrick Merritt, 345-0594, ehca@groupmail.com

FRIENDS OF THE HILO PUBLIC LIBRARY SPRING SALE

The place: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 9 a.m. right now

Particulars: Members solely preview sale at 5 p.m. Tuesday. Not a member? Be a part of at the door. Books, magazines, CDs, LPs, DVDs, audio books. Saturday is clearance day; deliver your personal luggage and fill them for $5 each.

Contact: Dorothy Brief, 935-9373, shortsinhilo@gmail.com

“HAWAIKI RISING”

Where: Principally Books, 1672 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo

When: 1 p.m. at present

Particulars: That is the story of the Hokule‘a and the women and men who sailed in the wake of their ancestors to discover delight of their tradition and themselves. Writer Sam Low will share new insights concerning the Malama Honua voyage and an unique symphony impressed by his guide. Free.

Contact: Christine Reed, 961-0144, bbinfo@hawaiiantel.internet

“MURDER FROM SCRATCH”

The place: Principally Books, 1672 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo

When: 3 p.m. in the present day

Details: Acclaimed novelist Leslie Karst cooks up a brand new culinary cozy thriller within the newest installment of her beloved Sally Solari Thriller Collection. Reading followed by refreshments.

Contact: Christine Reed, 961-0144, bbinfo@hawaiiantel.internet

MONDAY, April 15

CHILDREN’S BOOKS: PROCESS TO PUBLISHING

The place: Laupahoehoe Public Library, 35-2065 Previous Mamalahoa Highway, Laupahoehoe

When: 6 p.m. Monday

Particulars: An introduction to the broad world of youngsters’s books. Get information about the varied forms of youngsters’s books, methods to develop concepts, widespread tools used for creating tales and tips on how to turn ideas into actuality. The trainer additionally will provide assets to study extra about online youngsters’s guide communities, as well as the various methods individuals are getting their work to their audiences.

Contact: Susan Collins, 962-2229, susan.collins@librarieshawaii.org

RETURN TO THE WILD, ONE YEAR LATER: UPDATE ON RESTORING THE ‘ALALA TO THEIR FORESTS

The place: Lyman Museum, 276 Haili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Monday; Three p.m. Tuesday

Particulars: The ‘Alala Project’s Rachel Kingsley provides information about the endangered Hawaiian crow, the birds that have been just lately reintroduced to the wild and plans for more to return. Value is $3; free to museum members.

Contact: Lyman Museum, 935-5021, schooling@lymanmuseum.org

TUESDAY, April 16

A WALK INTO THE PAST WITH DR. THOMAS A. JAGGAR

The place: Kilauea Visitor Middle, Hawaii Volcanoes Nationwide Park

When: 10 a.m., noon and a couple of p.m. Tuesdays by means of April 30

Details: Stroll back to 1912, and meet the founding father of the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, Thomas A. Jaggar, on the edge of Kilauea Volcano. Wearing period costume, Ka‘u actor-director Dick Hershberger brings the renowned geologist to life. Space is limited; pick up free ticket at the Kilauea Visitor Center’s entrance desk the day of this system. Program consists of climbing stairs and getting into a confined area. Meet at the Kilauea Customer Middle.

Contact: Park Info, 985-6011, havo_information@nps.gov

THE AMAZING, ALMOST UNBELIEVABLE, STORY OF THE COCONUT PALM

The place: Hawaii Volcanoes Nationwide Park, Kilauea Visitor Middle Auditorium

When: 7 p.m. Tuesday

Particulars: The coconut palm is beautiful, iconic, useful and deeply related with many cultures. Palm skilled John Stallman guides the audience on the epic journey of the fashionable coconut palm, from its earliest document in India and Asia to current genetic studies and a spectacular shipwreck. A part of the After Dark within the Park collection. Free; park entrance charges apply.

Contact: Park Info, 985-6011, havo_information@nps.gov

WEDNESDAY, April 17

MAYOR’S COMMITTEE ON PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES MEETING

Where: West Hawaii Civic Middle, 74-5044 Ane Keohokalole Freeway, Kailua-Kona

When: 10 a.m. Wednesday

Particulars: Open to the public. Agenda is posted on the county’s web site and at the Hilo county building.

Contact: Kalen Koga, 961-8600, kalen.koga@hawaiicounty.gov

THURSDAY, April 18

“THE YOUNG KARL MARX”

Where: UH-Hilo, Wentworth 1, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Thursday

Details: A 2017 historic drama film about Karl Marx directed by Haitian filmmaker and political activist Raoul Peck, co-written by Peck and Pascal Bonitzer and starring August Diehl. It’s a nuanced and surprisingly good evaluation of Marx’s youth and improvement. Discussion follows the displaying. Free. Part of the America in Crisis Collection.

Contact: Noelie Rodriguez, 963-6966, noelie@hawaii.edu

FRIDAY, April 19

PASSOVER SEDER WITH RABBI RACHEL

The place: Hawaiian Paradise Park Activity Middle, 15-1570 Makuu Drive, Hawaiian Paradise Park

When: 5 p.m. Friday

Details: Have fun liberation, freedom, group, miracles, creation, abundance, the complete moon and so much more. This yr’s seder shall be a vegetarian group potluck. Everybody is encouraged to deliver their favorite household dish as an providing. All are welcome on Passover, though some dietary restrictions apply, so learn rigorously to ensure you honor this tradition. Ahava ‘Aina will provide all the Passover essentials — matzo ball soup, matzo, wine, grape juice, gefilte fish and extra. This shall be a enjoyable and distinctive cultural group expertise. Purchase tickets prematurely (value increases at the door); free with a one-yr Ahava ‘Aina membership. Restricted work commerce out there as nicely. Seder starts at 5:30 p.m. sharp. Proceeds profit Ahava ‘Aina.

Contact: Rabbi Rachel Brief, 557-1252, RabbiRachel@AhavaAina.com

COMING

FAMILY CAREGIVER RESPITE FUN DAY

Where: Hilo Adult Day Middle, 561 Kupuna Place, Hilo

When: 9 a.m. April 20

Particulars: You deserve a break, and we are gonna have some enjoyable. Therapeutic massage, therapeutic touch, wholesome-ish snacks, Naam yoga, video games, guest speaker and more. Speak story with fellow household caregivers. Advised donation of $10; scholarships out there. Deliver your beloved for day care while you’re right here they usually can keep until Three:30 p.m. for free.

Contact: Lizby, 987-7706, llogsdon@hawaiiislandadutcare.org

THIRD ANNUAL ALL THINGS CANNABIS HEMP FESTIVAL

Where: Uncle Robert’s Awa Club, 12-5038 Kapoho Seashore Street, Kaimu-Kalapana

When: Midday on April 20

Particulars: Free instructional occasion for all ages and is dedicated to the loving memory of the hashish warrior “Uncle Billy” LeVan, who passed final December at house in Puna. Audio system embrace Dr. Phil Denney, Michelle Tippins of the Hawaii Veteran’s Cannabis Alliance, Andrea Tishler ASA, state Sen. Russell Ruderman, Hawaiian Ethos Dispensary, medical sufferers and activists. Unbelievable music by Ruderman’s Terrapin Station, Tony Lo and The Lodown and Na Hoku award winners Selassie Ities. There are nonetheless a number of cubicles left for vendors, so e-mail firstannualallthingscannabis@gmail.com or call 936-5447 to order your spot or want further info.

Contact: Thom Gagne, 936-5447, laulimapahoa@gmail.com

EASTER BRUNCH

Where: Crate Rim Cafe, Kilauea Army Camp, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 7 a.m. April 21

Details: Offering an omelet station, waffle bar, honey-glazed ham, beef pot roast and rather more. Value is $17.95 for adults, $10.95 for youngsters ages 6-11 years previous. No reservations required. Name 967-8356 for extra info. Park fees apply.

Contact: Elene Rizzo-Kuhn, 967-8371, elene.m.rizzo-kuhn.naf@mail.mil

EASTER EVENTS

Where: Hilo Coast United Church of Christ, 28-1630 Previous Mamalahoa Highway, Honomu

When: 6 p.m. April 21

Details: Easter dawn service at the World Botanical Gardens at Umauma, Kamae‘e Falls (mile marker 16 on Freeway 19). Comply with the signs to the parking area; transportation to the service website will probably be offered. Informal worship and lightweight refreshments. Free and open to the general public. At 10 a.m., Easter service at the church in Honomu, which can embrace particular Easter music by numerous musicians. Lunch and an Easter egg hunt will comply with.

Contact: Hilo Coast UCC, 963-6330, hilocoastchurch@gmail.com

SPECIAL MERRIE MONARCH FESTIVAL EVENTS

The place: Hawaii Volcanoes Nationwide Park, Kilauea Customer Middle lanai

When: April 23-24

Particulars: Ulana Niu – weave coconut leaves to make easy and enjoyable objects. Niu (coconut) is likely one of the most essential and helpful crops throughout the Pacific. Begin your journey of discovery and study the secrets and techniques of the niu. Na Lei – Aunty Patricia Kaula and Lehua Hauanio share the art of conventional and trendy lei making. The lei may be worn across the neck, on the top, wrist and ankles or adorning a hat. Lei are provided to precise love, respect, honor and friendship. Leo Nahenahe – Enjoy the leo nahenahe (candy melodies) of Rupert Tripp Jr., a self-taught guitarist, singer, songwriter and recording artist. Konane – This Hawaiian recreation resembles checkers and is played by two individuals. The aim is to maneuver your opponent into a place where he can’t bounce any of your males on his subsequent flip. Attempt your luck towards highly skilled park rangers. Na Pa‘ahana Hula – Study concerning the instruments, kuahu (altar) and crops that symbolize hula with Amy Ka‘awaloa. Leo Nahenahe – Enjoy the leo nahenahe (candy sounds) of Hawaiian modern music performed by Ti “Kawehi” Chun and Poki‘i Seto. Park entrance fees apply. Name or e mail for further info.

Contact: Park Info, 985-6011, havo_information@nps.gov

2019 MERRIE MONARCH INVITATIONAL HAWAIIAN ARTS FAIR

Where: Afook-Chinen Civic Auditorium and Butler Constructing, 201-323 Manono St., Hilo

When: 9 a.m. April 24-27

Details: That includes one of the best assortment of wonderful Hawaiian art and handcrafts, fashions by Hawaii’s prime designers, island jewellery, hula implements, ono food, snacks and more. Free Hawaiian entertainment day by day; also that includes performances by quite a few halau. Take pleasure in cultural demonstrations, Kapa making, ‘ohe kapala, pahu drum making, la‘au lapa‘au and a workshop for Ni‘ihau shell lei making. This is the official arts truthful for the Merrie Monarch Pageant; get your pageant T-shirts, packages and posters here. Free admission.

Contact: Nelson Makua, 966-4647, nhm2@hawaiiantel.internet

THIRD ANNUAL HONPA HONGWANJI HILO BETSUIN SPRING CRAFT FAIR

Where: Sangha Hall, 424 Kilauea Ave., Hilo

When: 9 a.m. April 25-27

Details: Free admission; free parking. Features greater than 50 boothes that may embrace artists, local crafters, unbiased salespeople, food distributors and more.

Contact: 961-6677, hilohongwanjishcraftfair@gmail.com

MAKE EARTH COOL AGAIN: CLIMATE CHANGE FILMS AND DISCUSSION

Where: UH-Hilo, UCB 100, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. April 25

Details: Be a part of the Hawaii Island Chapter of Citizens’ Local weather Lobby for local weather change movies and energetic dialogue. Contact the individual under for further info.

Contact: Emily Garland, 765-9289, emilygarland@gmail.com

KAHUKU COFFEE TALK: THE SANDALWOOD STORY

The place: Hawaii Volcanoes Nationwide Park, Kahuku Unit Customer Contact Station

When: 9:30 a.m. April 26

Particulars: Hawaiian sandalwood, ‘iliahi, was once plentiful within the Hawaiian Islands. Nevertheless, the sandalwood commerce in the early 1800s rendered the timber commercially extinct inside a number of years. Biologist and former park ranger John Stallman delves into the past, current and future of Hawaiian ‘iliahi and the conservation of this irreplaceable species.

Contact: Park Info, 985-6011, havo_information@nps.gov

ONGOING

Saturdays

TAI CHI CHIH — JOY THRU MOVEMENT

The place: Liliuokalani Gardens pavilion, Banyan Drive, Hilo

When: 7:45 a.m. Saturdays

Particulars: Did you miss the last class? Enroll for this one. Straightforward to study, straightforward to do. Eight-week class. All ages 7 and older and skills welcome. Scale back stress, improve power, build muscle, improve flexibility, enhance mental focus, improve immune perform.

Contact: Sharron, 313-2197, reikimastertaichichih@gmail.com

HILO VETERANS CENTER

Where: 70 Lanihuli St., Suite No. 2, Hilo

When: Eight a.m. Saturdays

Particulars: Hilo Veterans Middle has new office hours. A advantages briefing is hosted the first Thursday of every month from 9 a.m.-noon, with a number of different opportunities for veterans and their relations. Contact the center for extra info. Additionally out there are: shore fishing group, kanakapila group, art remedy group, stand-up paddling group, numerous golf actions, yoga, tai chi and a ebook club.

Contact: Maricar Souza, 969-3833

GUIDED HIKES

Where: Kahuku unit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 9:30 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays

Particulars: Come explore the park with a ranger and uncover an ever-altering landscape, study concerning the Hawaiian tradition and perceive the ecosystem around you. Convey sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, solar protection and a snack is advisable. Enter the Kahuku Unit on the mauka (uphill) aspect of Highway 11 close to mile marker 70.5 and meet near the parking area.

Contact: Park Info, 985-6011, havo_information@nps.gov

INSTANT DRAWING

Where: Ben Franklin, 333 Kilauea Ave., Hilo

When: Midday on Saturdays

Particulars: Study to attract every part from crops to animals to individuals. For ages 10 and older. Value is $17.50 for every two-hour class. Provide listing given through the top notch. You also can convey your personal pencils, paper and drafting board.

Contact: Joy, 935-0005, tinacintron.artwork@gmail.com

Sundays

NANAWALE COMMUNITY FARMERS MARKET

The place: Nanawale Longhouse, 14-855 Kehau Street, Nanawale Estates

When: 7 a.m. Sundays

Details: Come and enjoy the numerous native vendors showcasing recent produce, crops, handmade jewelry, honey,crystals and far, rather more.

Contact: Gloria, 896-8393

FARMERS MARKET AT HAMAKUA HARVEST

The place: Intersection of Mamane Road and Highway 19, Honokaa

When: 9 a.m. Sundays

Details: Options native farmers, recent produce, artisanal merchandise and ono food. Weekly entertainment, workshops, informational booths and youth-targeted actions. SNAP/EBT purchases welcomed.

Contact: Lori Seashore, 896-2151, information@hamakuaharvest.org

FREE SERVICE AND THERAPY DOG CERTIFICATION

The place: Sidewalk closest to the Japanese Tea Home in Queen Lili‘uokalami Park

When: Midday Sundays by way of March 3

Details: Do you want your canine to turn into a licensed service dog that will help you together with your incapacity and go in all places with you, or would you want your canine to turn out to be a remedy dog to help others? Now you are able to do so for free. The Yukio Okutsu Veterans State House in Hilo can pay for your tuition for this coaching in case you volunteer at their location twice a month for six months using both your canine or their full-time remedy dog, Yuki.

Contact: Carl Oguss, 933-9763, easthawaiidogpsychologycenter@yahoo.com

HILO BRIDGE CLUB

The place: Eagles Club, 16-111 Opukahaia St., Keaau

When: 12:30 p.m. Sundays; 11 a.m. Wednesdays

Particulars: Wanting for social bridge players to hitch us in duplicate bridge. Value is $5.

Contact: Harry Messenheimer, 854-6147

FREE DOG TRAINING AND SOCIAL EVENT

The place: Sidewalk nearest to the teahouse, Lili‘uokalani Gardens, Banyan Drive, Hilo

When: 2 p.m. Sundays

Details: Come be a part of the fun and share the love. Objectives are drawback solving by way of free coaching instruction and instruments, and providing a complicated socialization expertise. Deliver a bowl for water.

Contact: Carl Oguss, 933-9763, easthawaiidogpsychologycenter@yahoo.com

RED PIN BOWLING

Location: KMC Bowling Lanes, Kilauea Army Camp, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When: 2 p.m. Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays

Details: Bowl a strike with the purple pin in the head pin place and get your recreation for free. Name 967-8365 for extra info.

Contact: Elene Rizzo-Kuhn, 967-8371 rizzokuhne@kmc-volcano.com

WRITERS WORKSHOP

Where: The Stables, 15-859 Kahakai Boulevard, Pahoa, and UH-Hilo, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 2 p.m. in Hilo, four p.m. in Pahoa on Sundays

Details: Spring Session; 10 weeks. Value is $90. Entry degree periods are open. Study the nuts and bolts of tips on how to write a compelling character-pushed piece, whether or not fiction or nonfiction. Contact the individual under to register or for extra info.

Contact: Dawn Hurwitz, 936-3046, dawnhurwitz@mac.com

ADVANCED BUDDHIST TEACHINGS

The place: Volcano Artwork Middle, Niaulani Campus, 19-4074 Previous Volcano Street, Volcano

When: Three p.m. Sundays

Details: Tranquil abiding is a superior state of peace that arises by means of training stage by stage in deep meditation. Switch of consciousness is the tantric educating on the very delicate physique and the preparation for demise. These teachings are free and open to these with Buddhist meditation background or a very sincere interest in Buddhism.

Contact: Patty Johnson, 345-1527, joyfulpath@aol.com

MINDFULNESS SESSIONS

Where: Puna Hongwanji Mission, 16-492 Previous Volcano Street, Keaau

When: 7 p.m. Sundays by means of March 31

Details: Discover ways to calm your respiration, calm your mind, launch stress and rigidity, let go of hysteria, have harmony in your relationships, aware consuming for well being and complete rest. Free; open to public.

Contact: Satoshi Tomioka, 966-9981, mpunahongwanji@twc.com

Mondays

ZUMBA GOLD TONING

Where: YMCA, 300 W. Lanikaula St., Hilo

When: 6:30 a.m. Mondays

Details: Low-influence exercise, suitable for all ranges. Get fit, get toned, get inspired.

Contact: Harriet Rocha, 959-6405

SELF-DEFENSE FITNESS CLASS

Where: Kohala Village Hub, 55-514 Hawi Street, Hawi

When: 9:30 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays

Particulars: Geared toward road-oriented self-protection and rooted in Brazilian jiu-jitsu. Students will study stance, footwork, hanging methods, defense and far more. For sophistication schedule, go to www.kohalavillagehub.com.

Contact: Kohala Village Hub, 889-0404, information@kohalavillagehub.com

ZUMBA GOLD CHAIR

Where: YMCA, 300 W. Lanikaula St., Hilo

When: 11 a.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Particulars: Seated Zumba workout. Strengthen your core, improve your range of movement and stamina with this low-impression fitness class that gives the identical benefits of Zumba Gold. All welcome.

Contact: Harriet Rocha, 640-3876

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS

Where: Serenity House, 15-2579 Pahoa-Keaau Street, Pahoa

When: Noon on Mondays

Details: If willpower is just not working, flip to Overeaters Anonymous. This isn’t a food plan or energy club. No dues or charges. Newcomers are welcome.

Contact: 345-2753, viviansuet@hotmail.com

FAMILY YOGA

The place: Yoga Centered, 37 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: Three p.m. Mondays

Particulars: Forty-five minutes of family enjoyable yoga with Auntie Cat. Youngsters are free; adults $5.

Contact: Yoga Centered, 934-7233, frontdesk@yogacentered.com

TRADITIONAL WADO KARATE TRAINING

Where: Sangha Hall, 424 Kilauea Ave., Hilo

When: 5 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays

Details: Newcomers class, 5-6 p.m.; advanced class, 6-7 p.m. Guests welcome to watch and participate.

Contact: Craig, 987-1465

ZUMBA

The place: Hui Malama Ola Na ‘Oiwi, 326 Desha Ave., Keaukaha

When: 5:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays by means of July 31

Details: Enjoyable, upbeat and positive to be a superb workout. All are welcome. Free and open to the general public. Visit HMONO.org/occasions for all class dates and occasions.

Contact: Pua, 969-9220, contact@hmono.org

AERIAL ARTS CLASSES

The place: Pacific Gymnastics, 215B Railroad Ave., Hilo

When: 5:30 p.m. Mondays, 5 p.m. Wednesdays; 5 p.m. Fridays

Details: Students study expertise on totally different apparatuses together with silks, hammock, straps and hoop. You gained’t get bored. Novices welcome. Preregistration with cost required.

Contact: Bella, 938-8002, m.aerialco@gmail.com

JAVANESE BRONZE GONG ORCHESTRA (GAMELAN)

Where: East Hawaii Cultural Middle, 141 Kalakaua St., Hilo

When: 6 p.m. Mondays and/or four p.m. Wednesdays

Details: The unique sound of Javanese gamelan (an orchestra of bronze gongs and metallophones) has been described as “moonlight and flowing water.” Whether you’re already an completed musician, or simply somebody who needed to study to play an instrument however by no means obtained around to it, you may take pleasure in studying gamelan. Courses are free and open to all. New members can start any time as long as area is accessible.

Contact: Carol Walker, 938-7650, cwalker@ehcc.org

MONDAY NIGHT JAZZ JAM

The place: Kukuau Studio, 43 Kukuau St., Hilo

When: 6 p.m. Mondays

Particulars: An all-inclusive jam session with a rotating home band. Created to strengthen the Huge Island jazz group by way of networking and jamming. Deliver your favourite charts and the instrument of your selection or benefit from the vibrations of people improvising together within the jazz tradition. Free; all ages welcome.

Contact: Kukuau Studio, 464-3388, kukuaustudio@gmail.com

ZEN BUDDHIST MEDITATION

Where: Taishoji Soto Mission, 275 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: 6:30 p.m. Mondays

Particulars: Be a part of Taishoji members for zazen (sitting meditation) and kinhin (strolling meditation). Entry from Kilauea Avenue. Free.

Contact: The Rev. Shinsho Hata, 785-3072, shinsho.hata@gmail.com

FREE ESL CLASS

The place: UH-Hilo, Building Okay, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays

Details: Open to the public. Two ranges: Beginning and intermediate. Courses held in Okay107 and Okay109. Follow English, make buddies and have fun.

Contact: Bela Conley Ramsay, 932-7243, bela@hawaii.edu

Tuesdays

HILO SUNRISE CHAPTER — BNI NETWORKING MEETING

The place: Hilo Lady’s Membership, 7 Lele St., Hilo

When: 7 a.m. Tuesdays

Details: For local business professionals who value word-of-mouth advertising and are looking for to community, refer enterprise to each other and construct a greater enterprise group.

Contact: Sharla Sare, 430-1787

BASIC STRETCH AND STRENGTHENING EXERCISE CLASS

The place: Hui Malama Ola Na ‘Oiwi, 326 Desha Ave., Keaukaha

When: 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays

Details: Primary stretches and muscular endurance workouts that may help improve your flexibility and power. Designed for all ages; geared towards these needing to take care of or improve mobility, and people wanting a mild stretch. Free.

Contact: Pua, 969-9220, contact@hmono.org

LIBRARY BENEFIT BOOKSTORE

The place: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 11 a.m. Tuesdays

Particulars: All proceeds to profit the Hilo Public Library. Hardbacks for $1, paperbacks for 50 cents.

Contact: Dale R. Huber, 966-4386, dalerhuber@gmail.com

HILO TOASTMASTERS

Where: Wailoa Art Middle, 200 Piopio St., Hilo

When: 12:10 p.m. Tuesdays

Particulars: Do you need to develop into a assured public speaker and powerful leader? In that case, Toastmasters is the place for you. You’ll discover a supportive study-by-doing surroundings that permits you to obtain your objectives at your personal pace.

Contact: Nancy Jo Moses, 769-4076, dntmoses@msn.com

HAKALAU FARMERS MARKET AND FOODSHARE

Where: Botanical World Adventures, 31-240 Previous Mamalahoa Freeway, Hakalau

When: 3 p.m. Tuesdays

Particulars: Island, organic produce, pizza and different scorching food, raw honey, desserts, arts and crafts and reside music offered by the Various Drugs Band.

Contact: Linda Jenson, 747-0467, ldjenson@gmail.com

AIKIDO FOR GRADES 3-6

Where: Aikido of Hilo, 29 Shipman St., No. 106, Hilo

When: four:45 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays

Particulars: For youngsters ages 8-11. College students study self-discipline, respect, higher focus and awareness in noncompetitive courses featuring train, strengthening and aikido’s nonviolent self-protection. Value is $60 per 30 days; households $90.

Contact: Barbara Klein, 935-2454, AikidoOfHilo@gmail.com

THERAPEUTIC BASIC FLOW (YOGA) CLASSES

Where: Hui Malama Ola Na ‘Oiwi, Hilo Workplace, 1438 Kilauea Ave.

When: 5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays

Details: Courses are free. Register at this time.

Contact: Kalani Lawson, 969-9220, kalani@hmono.org

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS

Where: Church of the Holy Apostles, 1407 Kapiolani St., Hilo

When: 5 p.m. Tuesdays

Particulars: It isn’t a food plan membership, however a fellowship of individuals recovering from compulsive overeating. The only requirement for membership is a want to cease consuming compulsively. No dues, charges or weigh-ins.

Contact: OA contact, 345-2753

YOGA

Where: Hui Malama Ola Na ‘Oiwi, 326 Desha Ave., Keaukaha

When: 5 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays via July 30

Particulars: Newbies and skilled welcome. Designed for all ages. Get lively, improve flexibility and improve your general well being. Free and open to the general public. Visit HMONO.org/occasions for all class dates and occasions.

Contact: Pua, 969-9220, contact@hmono.org

ZUMBA FITNESS

The place: Church of the Holy Apostles, 1407 Kapiolani St., Hilo

When: 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays

Details: Free. Really feel stronger, younger and more healthy. Protected, straightforward-to-comply with cardio dancing to Latin-inspired and modern hits.

Contact: Dee Torres, 938-9101, dtorres@hawaiiantel.internet

HAVE FUN WITH WATERCOLOR

The place: Ben Franklin, 333 Kilauea Ave., Hilo

When: 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays

Details: Experimental and conventional methods to deliver the enjoyable of watercolor to your eyes and arms. No previous experience essential. Provide record given through the first-class. For ages 11 and older. Value is $17.50 per two-hour class.

Contact: Pleasure, 935-0005, tinacintron.artwork@gmail.com

INTRO TO AIKIDO

The place: Aikido of Hilo, No. 203, 29 Shipman St., Hilo

When: 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays

Particulars: Exercise your body, mind and spirit with this Japanese martial art, which is an efficient self-defense and path of self-improvement, integrating the whole individual — bodily, mentally and spiritually. Improves flexibility, endurance and coordination, self-confidence, self-discipline and consciousness. Special fee of $60 for this six-week session. Different class occasions for adults, teens and youth obtainable; also a particular $10 session of aikido train class for seniors.

Contact: Barbara Klein, 935-2454, AikidoOfHilo@gmail.com

LIFE DRAWING WITH HILO ARTIST HUI

The place: Kukuau Studio, 43-D Kukuau St., Hilo

When: 6 p.m. Tuesdays

Particulars: Open to all; individuals youthful than 18 must present permission from a father or mother to attend. Value is $10 per individual. Periods function drawing from a nude or partially draped model in a standard format, beginning with one-minute gesture drawings and working up to 20-minute poses. Chairs are offered; nevertheless, individuals should furnish their very own drawing materials. Please convey your personal drawing board or easel; an 11-by-14-inch or bigger pad of paper is beneficial. All mediums are high quality to make use of. If you wish to paint utilizing traditional oils you need to use a low odor, artist-grade solvent. For more info, call Robert Weiss at 557-0097.

Contact: Bub Pratt, 464-3388, kukuaustudio@gmail.com

BLUES DANCE FUNDAMENTALS

The place: Aloha Wellness Middle, 239 Haili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Tuesdays

Details: Explore the number of types and expressions of this distinctive American companion dance. Study basics similar to shifting your companion’s weight, body isolations and methods to move throughout the ground. No associate or expertise required; newbies welcome. Six weeks; value is $35 or solely $20 should you convey a new scholar. Drop-ins $10.

Contact: Andrea Gill, 959-8216, hilohepcats@gmail.com

BEGINNING SWING DANCE

The place: Aloha Wellness Middle, 239 Haili St., Hilo

When: 7:15 p.m. Tuesdays by means of March 6

Details: Study the essential footwork, rhythm and pulse, in addition to important associate connection for six-rely Lindy hop. Add a number of turns and also you’ll be on the dance flooring having enjoyable very quickly. Small, personalised courses; no associate or experience mandatory. Six weeks for $35; $10 per class drop-in. Deliver a good friend who’s new to the Hilo Hep Cats and get your personal collection for only $20.

Contact: Andrea Gill, 959-8216, hoaloha@hawaiiantel.internet

Wednesdays

EXPLORE KAHUKU

Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Volcanoes National Par

When: 9 a.m. Wednesdays by way of Sundays

Details: Free. Take a self-guided hike or be a part of rangers on Sundays this month for a two-hour guided trek at 9:30 a.m. (The path will differ relying on visitor interest). Enter on the mauka (inland) aspect of Highway 11 close to mile marker 70.5. Kahuku is situated in Ka‘u, about a 50 minutes south of the park’s foremost entrance. Sturdy footwear, water, rain gear, sun safety and a snack are really helpful for all hikes.

Contact: Park Info, 985-6011, havo_information@nps.gov

QUILTING AND KNITTING IN HONOKAA

The place: North Hawaii Schooling and Analysis Middle, 45-539 Plumeria St., Honokaa

When: 9 a.m. Wednesdays

Details: Individuals of any talent degree, together with freshmen, are welcome to attend.

Contact: June, 962-0515, greenfeljoo1@hawaii.rr.com

PARKINSON’S FITNESS CLASS

The place: YMCA Hilo, 300 W. Lanikaula St., Hilo

When: 9:30 a.m. Wednesdays

Details: Designed for Parkinson’s patients, in addition to for different patients who want to enhance ambulation, core power, flexibility and respiration. Caregivers welcome.

Contact: YMCA, 935-3721

WRITER’S GUILD: A FREE GROUP TO SUPPORT WRITERS

The place: Thelma Parker Public Library, 67-1209 Mamalahoa Highway, Waimea

When: 10 a.m. Wednesdays

Details: This nonprofit group supporting writers on the Huge Island will meet weekly by way of June and July. Drop in together with your concepts or items on which you’re at present working. Group subjects range in accordance with pieces being mentioned.

Contact: Susan Collins, 887-6076, susan.collins@librarieshawaii.org

DRAWING AND SKETCHING ART CLASSES

The place: Hilo Armory, Tradition & Schooling Classroom, 28 Shipman St., Hilo

When: 2:15 p.m. Wednesdays

Details: Award-profitable Hawaii artist Ken Charon conducts weekly drawing classes for youngsters after faculty. Sketching and drawing can be executed on website at downtown Hilo places, climate allowing, and in the studio on the Armory. Value is $5 per session. Courses are advisable for artwork lovers from Eight-14 years previous. Supplies needed: one HB and one 4B drawing pencil, a white eraser, a sharpener in a pencil case and a 9-by-12-inch drawing pad.

Contact: Bert or Morty, 961-8706, cultureandeducation@hawaiicounty.gov

GENTLE YOGA FOR EVERY BODY

The place: Moxie Fitness, 830 Kilauea Ave., Hilo

When: four p.m. Wednesdays

Particulars: Gather for a beginner-friendly group yoga class to profit our bodies and assist calm our stresses. BYO mat, but for those who don’t have one, you possibly can borrow one. All levels, all ages and all bodies are welcome to discover this mindfulness-based mostly yoga class. Donation based mostly; advised contribution $3-$5.

Contact: Darby Sherman, 765-9123, darbysherman.teaching@gmail.com

KIRTAN (SACRED MUSIC)

Where: Polestar Gardens, 7 Noni Farms Street, Pahoa

When: 5:45 p.m. Wednesdays

Particulars: Kirtan and potluck. Free. Donation requested.

Contact: Ann Gornik, 936-8518, ann@polestargardens.org

OPEN MIC JAM SESSION

The place: Alibi Tavern, 16-566 Keaau-Pahoa Street, Keaau

When: 7 p.m. Wednesdays

Particulars: Hosted by Sam Lightning. Full band stage setup. Take the stage, take part, network, meet or simply take pleasure in a number of the greatest native and visiting musicians. Have to be 21 or older; no cowl.

Contact Identify: Sam Lightning, 965-1169, samlightninghilo@gmail.com

Thursdays

SUNRISE YOGA

The place: No Place Like Om Yoga Studio, 65-1237 Kawaihae Street, Waimea

When: 6:15 a.m. Thursdays

Particulars: A mild circulate class for any degree scholar. Each Thursday.

Contact: No Place Like Om, 640-7204, information@omhawaii.com

WEAVING CLASSES

Where: Prime Sew, 45-3359 Mamane St., Honokaa

When: 10 a.m. Thursdays

Particulars: Sponsored by the Huge Island Chapter of the Hawaii Handweavers Hui. For details and charge info name the number under.

Contact: Liz Kelly, 885-4452, topstitchhawaii@gmail.com

POTTERY CLASSES

Where: Kilauea Studios, Kurtistown

When: 10 a.m. Thursdays

Details: Pottery courses out there for all talent ranges. Wheel, hand-building, excessive-hearth fuel kilns. A lot of fun, spacious studio and delightful setting.

Contact: Jamie Stokes, 799-9657, kilaueastudios@gmail.com

WEEKLY BNI MEETING

The place: Wainaku Government Middle, 26-238 Hawaii Belt Street, Hilo

When: 10:15 a.m. Thursdays

Details: BNI was founded in 1985 by Dr. Ivan Misner “for the primary purpose of building powerful referral networks.” If you wish to develop your small business by giving and getting referrals, you’re inspired to call and/or attend.

Contact: Kelly Higaki, 935-5575, royd@savio.com

FAMILY STORY TIME AND ACTIVITY

The place: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 10:30 a.m. Thursdays

Details: Youngsters ages Three and older are invited to deliver loved ones to weekly story time. This can be a fantastic alternative for kids to make connections and build friendships with fellow kids.

Contact: Gretchen Andrews, 933-8890, gretchen.andrews@librarieshawaii.org

BEGINNING HULA I WITH PUA BROWN

Where: Hilo Armory, Tradition and Schooling Classroom, 28 Shipman St., Hilo

When: 1 p.m. Thursdays

Details: Courses on Thursdays by way of March 22. Value is $55 for 11 periods. This class focuses on hula by means of the Hawaiian language and cultural experience.

Contact: Bert or Morty, 961-8706, cultureandeducation@hawaiicounty.gov

HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE CLASSES

Where: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 1 p.m. (Newbie class 2) and three p.m. (Intermediate class) Thursdays

Particulars: Free. Designed for adults. Study Hawaiian chants/oli, songs and prayers. Runs by means of June 6. It is suggested college students have some expertise with the Hawaiian language. Program measurement is restricted. RSVP required.

Contact: Justin Rajkowski, 933-8890, justin.rajkowski@librarieshawaii.org

BEGINNING HULA II WITH PUA BROWN

The place: Hilo Armory, Tradition and Schooling Classroom, 28 Shipman St., Hilo

When: 2:30 p.m. Thursdays

Particulars: Courses on Thursdays via March 22. Value is $55 for 11 periods. This class focuses on hula by means of the Hawaiian language and cultural experience.

Contact: Bert or Morty, 961-8706, cultureandeducation@hawaiicounty.gov

HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE STUDY GROUP

Where: North Kohala Public Library, 54-3645 Akoni Pule Highway, Kapaau

When: Three:30 p.m. Thursdays

Details: All ages and talent ranges invited to hitch the research group. This can be a group of motivated learners who help one another in growing their Hawaiian language expertise. Newcomers welcome.

Contact: Janet Lam, 889-6655, janet.lam@librarieshawaii.org

BEGINNING HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE CLASSES

Where: Volcano Art Middle, Niaulani Campus, 19-4074 Previous Volcano Street, Volcano

When: 5 p.m. Thursdays

Particulars: Papa ‘Olelo Hawai‘i Half One, beginning Hawaiian language programs taught by University of Hawaii at Hilo instructor ‘Alika Guerrero, will probably be provided for eight weeks. This fundamentals class will concentrate on simple vocabulary, dialog, grammar and sentence construction. Value is $90 or $80 for VAC members. The required workbook for the class is “Na Kai ‘Ewalu,” obtainable at the UH-Hilo bookstore. To register or for extra info, call VAC or go to www.volcanoartcenter.org.

Contact: Alyssa Johnasen, 967-8222, workshops@volcanoartcenter.org

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS

The place: Puna Congregational Church, 16-647 Previous Volcano Street, Room 6, Keaau

When: 5 p.m. Thursdays

Details: It isn’t a food plan club, but a fellowship of individuals recovering from compulsive overeating. The one requirement for membership is a want to cease eating compulsively. No dues, fees or weigh-ins.

Contact: OA contact, 345-2753

THURSDAY EVENING POTTERY DROP-IN

The place: Volcano Artwork Middle, Niaulani Campus, 19-4074 Previous Volcano Street, Volcano

When: 6 p.m. Thursdays

Details: This drop-in fashion class will permit island residents and visitors the chance to attempt their hand at creating with clay on the potter’s wheel, without having to commit to an eight- or 10-week collection. Emphasis will probably be positioned on getting a feel for working on the potter’s wheel and experiencing the joys of hand-forming a pot in movement. Students with all ranges of clay experience welcome. Value is $35 or $30 for VAC members.

Contact: Alyssa Johnasen, 967-8222, workshops@volcanoartcenter.org

GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS

The place: Middle for Religious Dwelling, Hawaiian Paradise Park

When: 6:30 p.m. Thursdays

Particulars: A brand new group for individuals who have a want to stop playing. Each Thursday.

Contact: Lucinda, 509-930-6329, 1lukiluci@gmail.com

RANTOKAN KENDO CLUB

Where: Waiakea Recreation Middle, 1634 Kamehameha Ave., Hilo

When: 8 p.m. Thursdays

Particulars: Study this historic conventional martial artwork of Japan and trendy-day sport, founded on virtues of samurai coaching. Value is $10 per 30 days.

Contact: rantokan.kendo@gmail.com

LINE DANCE CLASS

The place: Hilo Elks Lodge, 150 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: Eight p.m. Thursdays

Particulars: By way of Dec. 28; class and social gathering each Thursday. For Elks members and their friends. Value is $3.

Contact: Andy Aquino, 959-5960, dancingscreenwriter@yahoo.com

Fridays

BEGINNER YOGA FOR EVERYBODY

Where: Laupahoehoe Public Library, 35-2065 Previous Mamalahoa Freeway, Laupahoehoe

When: 9:30 a.m. Fridays

Particulars: All ages and families welcome to attend. Convey a yoga mat and towel.

Contact: Gabrielle Casart, 962-2229, hlacirc@librarieshawaii.org

TODDLER STORY AND PLAY TIME

Where: Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo

When: 10:30 a.m. Fridays

Details: Infants and toddlers up to 2 years previous are invited to attend. Throughout this time, the library will supply books, music and motion rhymes, and encourage toddlers to remain and play with toys after.

Contact: Gretchen Andrews, 933-8890, gretchen.andrews@librarieshawaii.org

UNDERSTANDING HAWAIIAN MUSIC

The place: TBA to individuals

When: 12:30 p.m. Fridays

Details: For those concerned with understanding the phrases and appreciating the themes of in style Hawaiian songs. A local speaker will train. No previous information of Hawaiian language mandatory. Call in case you are interested and for particulars.

Contact: Laura L. Williams-Might, 805-545-0642, laurainslo@gmail.com

WEST AFRICAN DANCE

Where: YWCA, 145 Ululani St., Hilo

When: 6:45 p.m. Fridays

Details: Have enjoyable and sweat whereas studying West African dance. Taught by Michal Anna Carrillo of Lavaroots Dance Company in Hawi. All levels and drop-ins welcome. Reside drumming. Value is $15.

Contact: Michal Anna Carrillo, 987-4243, lavaroots@gmail.com

SQUARE DANCING FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS

The place: Clem Akina Park, 159 Wainaku St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Fridays

Particulars: Meet new individuals for fun, fellowship and friendship put to music. Led by Bill Yoeman, ACA certified sq. dance caller and instructor.

Contact: Invoice Yoeman, 968-6091

DANCING AT THE ELKS

The place: Elks Lodge, 150 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Fridays

Particulars: Until 9 p.m. Open dancing, nice for working towards ballroom, swing, bachata, salsa, cha cha, waltz and numerous other types. Open to the public. Free.

Contact: Howard Ishida, 284-6407, hishida1@hawaii.rr.com

OTHER ONGOING EVENTS

PAHOA SENIOR CLASSES

The place: Pahoa Senior Middle, 15-3016 Kauhale St., Pahoa

When: Numerous occasions and days

Details: Seniors 55 and older can participate in courses including beginning tai chi with instructor Verne Presnall, ceramics, line dancing, hula and ukulele. Courses run by way of Dec. Eight. Call for further info.

Contact: Margaret Yafuso, 966-5801, myafuso@hawaiicounty.gov

KILNS FOR GLASS AND POTTERY

The place: Ainaloa

When: TBD

Particulars: Ongoing instruction on building excessive-hearth propane kilns. Date and occasions are versatile.

Contact: Harr C. Fernald, 747-7289, fernaldh@gmail.com

INDIVIDUAL VOICE INSTRUCTION WITH AMY HORST

Where: Hilo

When: By appointment

Details: Study vocal power and confidence. Weekly classes arranged in line with scholar and instructor schedules. Value is $30 per lesson. Call or e mail for extra info or to register.

Contact: Amy Horst, 640-2898, amysoprano@gmail.com

FREE HELPING HAND FOR SENIORS

The place: 1911 Kalanianaole Ave., No. 608, Hilo

When: 9 a.m.

Particulars: For seniors who must be driven to a physician’s appointment, the shop, the park for a stroll or just to get out of the house. Name or text.

Contact: Tom, 990-5045

AIKIDO FOR ADULT BEGINNERS AND TEENS

Where: Aikido of Hilo, 29 Shipman St., No. 106, Hilo

When: Numerous days and occasions (name or e-mail for further info)

Particulars: Exercise your physique, thoughts and spirit with aikido, an efficient self-defense and path of self-improvement, integrating the entire individual — bodily, mentally and spiritually. Improves flexibility, endurance and coordination, self-confidence, discipline and awareness. Numerous days and occasions for courses. Value is $60 per 30 days; families $90. Verify www.AikidoOfhilo.org for further info.

Contact: Barbara Klein, 935-2454, AikidoOfHilo@gmail.com

COUNTRY WESTERN DANCE CLASS WITH DENISE

The place: Hilo Elks Lodge, 150 Kinoole St., Hilo

When: 6:15 p.m. (call or e-mail for days)

Particulars: Via March 7. Options two step, swing, waltz and different requests. Study to spin, dip and weave by way of visitors. Name or e mail for more particular info.

Contact: Denise Westbrook, 970-739-6771, dancingscreenwriter@yahoo.com

LEARN TO DANCE SALSA WITH DENISE

Where: Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, 1407 Kapiolani St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. (name or e-mail for days)

Details: By means of March 6. Get a robust basis and variations that may final a lifetime. First lesson is $1. Name or e-mail for extra specific info.

Contact: Denise Westbrook, 970-739-6771, dancingscreenwriter@yahoo.com

AL-ANON EAST HAWAII

The place: Numerous places

When: Numerous occasions

Particulars: Are you troubled by someone’s consuming? Call for free help, assembly places and occasions. For more info, go to www.afghawaii.org.

Contact: Dana C., 430-6653, dr.easthawaii@gmail.com

“FROM PAHOA WITH LAVA”

The place: Pahoa Senior Middle, 15-3016 Kauhale St., Pahoa

When: First Saturday of each month by way of Might 4

Details: Introduced by Laulima Pahoa, this six-month documentary is geared toward helping residents impacted by the newest lava flows in lower Puna. Informational signups and questions shall be answered, and TV interviews and filming can be carried out. Second Saturdays of each month are for signups and questions for the following month. A month-to-month Na Leo group TV present additionally will probably be produced. A remaining “1 Year After Lava” group get together is slated for the ultimate Saturday. Name or e-mail the contact under for further info.

Contact: Sara Steiner, 936-9546, laulimapahoa@gmail.com

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