A picturesque boat launch is seen off Alii Drive. Ron Bloise/Community Contributor
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Cancer support group meeting Tuesday
Kahilu Theatre is starting Halloween weekend early this year with a pre-party and screened presentation of the dark comedy, cult classic, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” on Thursday.
Back from touring Australia, New Zealand and Tahiti, Anuhea performs in concert at 4 p.m. Nov. 2 at the Kahilu Theatre in Waimea.
You’ve almost certainly heard The Irish Rovers’ songs, including “The Unicorn,” “Drunken Sailor,” “Wasn’t That a Party” and “Whiskey in the Jar.”
As North Hawaii’s community theater company enters its 51st season, the group has cast the beloved musical “The Fantasticks.” With book and lyrics by Tom Jones and music by Harvey Schmidt, this charming love story ran for a record-breaking 42 years off-Broadway. “The Fantasticks” is the only off-Broadway show to ever win a Tony Award honor for Excellence in Theatre.
Waimea Arts Council’s Firehouse Gallery is hosting its November show, “Water: Oceans, Rivers, Rainbows, Tears,” from Wednesday through Nov. 23. All participating artists of the Waimea Arts Council are eligible to take part in this exhibit. The exhibit will also host an artists reception at the gallery, open to the public, from 5 to 7 p.m. Nov. 1.
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Keahi Conjugacion is known for jazz and blues, but like her famous siblings, Brother Noland and Tony C., the singer’s talent isn’t bound by genre.
One of many views of Onomea Bay from the 4-mile scenic drive north of Hilo. Ron Bloise/Community Contributor
Holiday by the Sea benefits charity walk
Keawe and Csige are at Kamuela Philharmonic opening
Visitors take in the view from the top of Waipio Valley. Victoria McKinney/Community Contributor
No book sale at library this weekend
Waimea Country School had a safety assembly at the school with the crew from Waimea Fire Engine Co. 9 and two fire inspectors from Kailua-Kona. The keiki loved it, getting an up close and personal look at the equipment, gear and tools of the trade.