East Hawaii Cultural Center presents ...
Begin the month with their annual Fall, all-Hawaii, juried exhibition on Nov. 4th through the Dec. 16. Don’t forget the EHCC’s Annual Holiday Art and Crafts Fair on Saturday, Nov. 27, 9am to 6pm. For more info, call EHCC 961-5711.
After Dark in the Park in November
The program’s venue is the Kilauea Visitor Center auditorium every Tuesday, at 7pm. Everyone is welcome.
Nov. 9 - Navigating Change: Voyage to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. The voyages of Hokule’a this year is presented by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Dept. of Land and Natural Resources.
Nov. 16 - The Amazing Sandy Beaches of Hawai’s Island. Geologist Chuck Blay discusses our vast sandy beaches and their relationship to Hawaii’s geological origins.
Nov. 30 - Tracking the Origins of Hawaiian Stone Tools. Discussion of geological sources of many stone artifacts found in the islands and the use of the newly acquired X-Ray Flourescence equipment at the UHH Dept. of Anthropology.
Hawaii Organic Farmers 12th Annual Membership Meeting
Is scheduled on Saturday, Nov. 20 at the Komohana Agriculture Complex in Hilo. Focused group discussions to cover topics such as the future of HOFA, GMO papaya issues, bookkeeping for the farmer, and putting together a group fertilizer purchase. Pau Hana dinner planned at 5pm with slack key guitarist, John Keawe. For info on ticket purchases, call HOFA, 969-7789, or email email@example.com
The Palace Theatre Events
The Palace Theatre EventsNovember 20 at 7:30pm. The Olliephonic Horns have become a familiar fixture on the Big Island music scene. They have four CD’s and have performed with the likes of Michael McDonald and Joe Cocker. November 29 at 7:30pm. The Honokaa Music Festival and The Palace Theatre sponsors a piano recital by van Cliburn winner, Stanislav Ioudenitch.
Tickets available at the door or at Basically Books, CD Wizard and the Palace Theatre.The Hawaii Concert Society’s second presentation this season will be 7:30pm, November 17 at UHH Theatre. Award-winning pianist Jon Nakamatsu as been critically acclaimed as “brilliant, poetic, heroic and spontaneous” (Los Angeles Times). Mr. Nakamatsu will perform a variety of musical works by Scarlatti, Rachmaninoff, Chopin and Brahms. Nakamatsu’s concert is a homecoming of sorts. His parents were born in Hawaii and most of his relatives live here. For ticket info, call the UHH Theatre Box Office.
Volcano Village News
The 18th Annual Volcano Village Art Studio and Sale will be Friday through Sunday, November 26 – 28, 10AM – 4PM. Art collectors flock to this annual event that has become well known around East Hawaii. Participating artists include Lisa Louise Adams, Mag Barnaby, Pam Barton, Cynee Gillete-Wenner, Ron Hanatani, Zeke Israel, Dina Kageler, Hans Ladislaus, Chiu Leong, Mike & Misato Mortara, Ira Ono, Elizabeth Paine and Eric Wold. Items to be purchased range from jewelry, prints, pottery, fiber arts, sculpture, masks and paintings.
A tour map can be obtained at the following locations: Kilauea General Store, Volcano Store, True Value Hardware (in the Village), or the VAC Gallery. Get your map card stamped by every artist and you will be entered to win a special artistic prize donated by one of the artists. Parking may be limited to carpooling is encouraged. For more information, call Pam Barton at 967-7247