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Aloha Performing Arts Company artistic director Jerry Tracy will start the next session of his Tuesday Troupers class for 8- to 12-year-olds on Aug. 19. The six-week session meets from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Sept. 23 at the Aloha Theatre in Kainaliu. Students will work with Tracy and his assistants Nora Frank and Riley Newton on articulation, projection and characterization through scene work and games and exercises, as well as a bit of choreography. On the final day, the class offers a free performance for friends and family at the theater. The theme for this session is “Around the World.” Tuition is $60. Early registration is recommended for planning purposes.
The Hawaii Forest Industry Association and the Hawaii Forest Institute have arranged a demonstration day and workshop on Hawaii Island presented by woodworker Binh Pho in conjunction with Hawaii’s Woodshow, Na Lau o Hawaii.
D onkey Mill Art Center presents its eighth annual “Cool Fusion: Festival of 1,000 Bowls,” a celebration of the ceramic, musical and culinary arts. The event will be held from noon to 3 p.m. Sept. 27 at Donkey Mill Art Center in Holualoa. Participants will enjoy live music while tasting noodles and sipping sake in the cool Kona uplands.
A goat watches golf at the Kings’ Golf Course. Carole Abarcar/Community Contributor
Forest Legacy Program accepting applications
Parker School’s summer programs came to a successful close last week.
Volunteers needed to review test questions
A hermit crab is seen in a Triton trumpet shell in South Kona. John Andersen/Community Contributor
Water Commission needs one member
Hawaii Wildlife Fund will begin its Marine Debris Keiki Education &Outreach program on Hawaii Island this fall.
The black sand beach near the Hilton Waikoloa Village is seen. Angy Chesler/Community Contributor
Meeting on protecting aquifer slated Thursday
A turtle swims among a school of goatfish. Laurie Sigel/Community Contributor
Charity Walk funds to be distributed