The Big Island is celebrating ceramics with Where Earth Meets Fire: Contemporary Ceramics on the Big Island, an exhibition running from Sept. 6 through Oct. 31 at Donkey Mill Arts Center in Holualoa. A free opening reception is planned for Sept. 6, and attendees are encouraged to bring a dish to share.
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The Genesis Gallery in Waikoloa will carry the work of marine life artist Wyland.
Tracy wins prestigious Pierre Bowman award
Senior ID cards issued
A school of raccoon butterflyfish swims along the Kona Coast. Linnea Andersen/Community Contributor
A lilly blooms. Fern Gavelek/Community Contributor
Family fair held on Labor Day
Parker students score high on AP exams
Kealakehe High School will host its annual open house from 5:15 to 7 p.m. Sept. 4. Parents are invited to come to the library early as school and parent information will be available, as well as help with any questions.
Fish Hopper matches donations for Puna storm victims
Those who have died were honored and remembered during the North Hawaii Hospice Floating Lantern Ceremony Sunday at The Fairmont Orchid, Hawaii. Ruth Dorn/Community Contributor
Nun’s orchids grow in Kaloko Mauka. Lena Gasperov/Community Contributor
Rotary Means Business holds first meeting
Waimea hosted the seventh annual Hawaii Horse Expo this weekend at Pukalani Stables.
Plumeria flowers bloom in the sunshine. Victoria McKinney/Community Contributor