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TO­DAY, Jan. 14

BIG IS­LAND OS­TOMY GROUP

Where: Hilo Med­i­cal Cen­ter cafe­te­ria, 1190 Wa­ianu­enue Ave., Hilo When: 11:30 a.m. to­day

De­tails: Meet new friends, share ex­pe­ri­ences and pro­vide mu­tual sup­port in an en­vi­ron­ment that’s friendly and safe. Ev­ery third Satur­day of the month. Open to all os­to­m­ates, pre-os­tomy pa­tients, care­givers, in­ter­ested med­i­cal pro­fes­sion­als and the pub­lic.

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

MON­DAY, Jan. 16

OVEREATERS ANONY­MOUS 12-STEP MEET­INGS

Where: Seren­ity House, 15-2579 Pa­hoa-Keaau Road, Pa­hoa When: Noon on Mon­days

De­tails: If willpower is not work­ing, turn to Overeaters Anony­mous. This is not a diet or calo­ries club. No dues or fees. New­com­ers are wel­come.

Con­tact: 345-2753, vi­vian­suet@hot­mail.com

TUES­DAY, Jan. 17

EVENING TEST­ING FOR HIV AND HEP­ATI­TIS C Where: Hawaii Is­land HIV/ AIDS Foun­da­tion, 16-204 Melekahiwa Place, Suite 1, Keaau When: 4 p.m. Tues­days

De­tails: Free test­ing, with only a fin­ger prick of blood and 20 min­utes of your time. Both of these dis­eases can be in your body with­out symp­toms for years. Pri­vate and con­fi­den­tial tests, and help for you if you have a pre­lim­i­nary pos­i­tive as a re­sult.

Con­tact: Nor­mand Dufresne, 982-8800, nor­mand@ hi­haf.org OVEREATERS ANONY­MOUS 12-STEP MEET­INGS Where: Church of the Holy Apos­tles, 1407 Ka­pi­olani St., Hilo

When: 5 p.m. Tues­days De­tails: It is not a diet club, but a fel­low­ship of peo­ple re­cov­er­ing from com­pul­sive overeat­ing. The only re­quire­ment for mem­ber­ship is a de­sire to stop eat­ing com­pul­sively. No dues, fees or weigh-ins. Con­tact: OA con­tact, 3452753

THURS­DAY, Jan. 19

SUN­RISE YOGA Where: No Place Like Om Yoga Stu­dio, 65-1237 Kawai­hae Road, Waimea When: 6:15 a.m. Thurs­days De­tails: A gen­tle flow class for any level stu­dent. Ev­ery Thurs­day. Con­tact: No Place Like Om, 640-7204, info@omhawaii.com OVEREATERS ANONY­MOUS 12-STEP MEET­INGS Where: Puna Con­gre­ga­tional Church, 16-647 Old Vol­cano Road, Room 6, Keaau When: 5 p.m. Thurs­days

De­tails: It is not a diet club, but a fel­low­ship of peo­ple re­cov­er­ing from com­pul­sive overeat­ing. The only re­quire­ment for mem­ber­ship is a de­sire to stop eat­ing com­pul­sively. No dues, fees or weigh-ins.

Con­tact: OA con­tact, 3452753 GAM­BLERS ANONY­MOUS Where: Cen­ter for Spir­i­tual Liv­ing, Hawai­ian Par­adise Park

When: 6:30 p.m. Thurs­days De­tails: A new group for peo­ple who have a de­sire to stop gam­bling. Ev­ery Thurs­day. Con­tact: Lucinda, 509-9306329, 1luk­iluci@gmail.com

FRI­DAY, Jan. 20

SQUARE DANC­ING Where: Clem Ak­ina Park, 159 Wainaku St., Hilo When: 7 p.m. Fri­days

De­tails: Meet new peo­ple for fun, fel­low­ship and friend­ship put to mu­sic. Led by Bill Yoe­man, ACA cer­ti­fied square dance caller and in­struc­tor.

Con­tact: Bill Yoe­man, 9686091

TO­DAY, Jan. 14

HILO SOC­CER AYSO SPRING REG­IS­TRA­TION Where: Hilo When: Reg­is­tra­tion dead­line is Sun­day (Jan. 15)

De­tails: Must be 4-18 years old by April 1, 2017, to par­tic­i­pate. Reg­is­tra­tion forms for new play­ers at Life Care Cen­ter of Hilo So­cial Ser­vice Depart­ment. On­line reg­is­tra­tion at www.eayso. org; must be mailed to: AYSO, P.O. Box 5000, Hilo, HI 96720. Cost is $60.

Con­tact: Chris Ri­d­ley, 4437360, ri­d­ley0428@gmail. com SATUR­DAY KEIKI SHOW: “EARTH, MOON AND SUN” Where: ‘Imiloa As­tron­omy Cen­ter, 600 ‘Imiloa Place, Hilo

When: 10 a.m. ev­ery Satur­day in Jan­uary

De­tails: Fea­tures eclipses, lu­nar phases, why the moon is some­times vis­i­ble dur­ing day­time, how the sun gen­er­ates its en­ergy and more.

Con­tact: ‘Imiloa As­tron­omy Cen­ter, 932-8901 , info@im­iloa­hawaii.org

COM­ING

VUL­CAN BASE­BALL CLINIC Where: Wa­iakea Uka ball­field, 1200 Ai­naola Drive, Hilo When: 8:30 a.m. Jan. 21 De­tails: Sharpen your skills while meet­ing your Vul­can base­ball team. Free to all keiki ages 7-14. Con­tact: Mark Osorio, 9599474

TO­DAY, Jan. 14

GRAND OPEN­ING OF PA­HOA COUN­CIL OF­FICE Where: 15-2879 Pa­hoa Vil­lage Road, Pa­hoa

When: 4 p.m. to­day De­tails: Of­fice for County Coun­cil mem­bers Eileen O’Hara and Jen Rug­gles. Mu­sic, food, friends and fam­ily. Ev­ery­one wel­come. Con­tact: Justin Avery, 9374342, justin.avery@hawai­icounty.gov CHILI DIN­NER AND BINGO

Where: VFW Post 3830, 15-775 Maluhia Road, Nanawale Es­tates When: 6 p.m. to­day

De­tails: Choice of meat or veg­e­tar­ian chili with rice, corn­bread, salad and va­ri­ety of desserts. Re­ceive two com­pli­men­tary bingo cards with din­ner. Sup­port your lo­cal vet­er­ans. Ev­ery­one wel­come. $10 do­na­tion.

Con­tact: Freda Hart, 9657032, vfw­post3830@out­look.com

FRI­DAY, Jan. 20

SPAGHETTI DIN­NER AND BINGO

Where: Fra­ter­nal Or­der of Ea­gles, 16-111 Opuka­haia St., Keaau When: 6 p.m. Fri­day

De­tails: En­joy a de­li­cious all-you-can-eat din­ner with ev­ery­thing in­cluded. Your choice of meat or veg­gie sauce, gar­lic bread, salad, desserts and cof­fee. Other bev­er­ages avail­able. Bingo is played with mul­ti­ple win­ners each game. Prizes are gro­cery items.

Con­tact: Richard Rob­bins, 965-0133, Rob­binsR006@ Hawaii.rr.com MAUNAKEA SKIES TALK Where: ‘Imiloa As­tron­omy Cen­ter, 600 ‘Imiloa Place, Hilo When: 7 p.m. Fri­day

De­tails: “Crack­ing the Code of Ex­is­tence: Uni­ver­sal Ques­tions and An­swers from Maunakea” with Dr. Doug Si­mons, ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor of the Canada-France-Hawaii Te­le­scope.

Con­tact: ‘Imiloa As­tron­omy Cen­ter, 932-8901, info@ im­iloa­hawaii.org

TO­DAY, Jan. 14

“HUNTER GATH­ERER” Where: Palace The­ater, 38 Haili St., Hilo When: 7 p.m. to­day through Tues­day; 2:30 p.m. Sun­day

De­tails: Doors open 30 min­utes be­fore show­ing. Af­ter a three-year stint in prison, an un­rea­son­ably op­ti­mistic mid­dle-age man re­turns to his stag­nant neigh­bor­hood to win back his girl­friend only to find she and his fam­ily did what they al­ways wanted to do — for­get he ex­ists.

Con­tact: Sheron Bee, 9347010, info@hilopalace.com

SUN­DAY, Jan. 15

WU HAN ON PI­ANO WITH CHAM­BER MU­SIC HAWAII

Where: UH-Hilo Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, 200 W. Kaw­ili St. When: 7:30 p.m. Sun­day

De­tails: An evening of di­verse mu­sic fea­tur­ing Dohnanyi’s Pi­ano Quin­tet in C mi­nor. Tick­ets are $25 gen­eral ad­mis­sion, $20 for peo­ple 60 and older, $10 for stu­dents and can be pur­chased at the usual out­lets. Con­tact: Tom Ge­balle, 9594064, tge­balle@gmail.com

MON­DAY, Jan. 16

CEL­E­BRA­TION OF VAL­UES AND LIFE OF THE REV. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR.

Where: Mooheau Band­stand, 329 Kame­hameha Ave., Hilo When: 2 p.m. Mon­day

De­tails: A cel­e­bra­tion of the val­ues of one of Amer­ica’s No­bel Peace Prize Lau­re­ates, the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Free. Ev­ery­one wel­come to per­form, share a story or re­flec­tion, dance, re­cite po­etry and dis­play art­work re­flect­ing Pre­sen­ta­tions, live mu­sic and po­etry and more planned. Also in­cludes a con­test for orig­i­nal posters and ban­ners best re­flec­tive of King’s val­ues.

Con­tact: Frankie Sta­ple­ton, 965-8945, franki­esta­ple­ton@hot­mail.com

TUES­DAY, Jan. 17

DEN­NIS AND CHRISTY SOARES PER­FORM

Where: Honi Wai Cafe, 17-937 Vol­cano Road, Moun­tain View

When: Noon on Tues­days and Fri­days

De­tails: Come for the beau­ti­ful en­ter­tain­ment and sam­ple some of the best food in East Hawaii. Visit Honi Wai Cafe on Face­book at www.face­book. com/HoniWai/.

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

FRI­DAY, Jan. 20

KA WAI I HOOULU AI: A BEN­E­FIT CON­CERT FOR POHAHA I KA LANI Where: Honokaa Peo­ple’s The­atre, 45-3574 Ma­mane St. When: 6:30 p.m. Fri­day

De­tails: Fea­tur­ing per­for­mances by in­ter­na­tional/ in­ter­cul­tural mu­si­cians; T-shirt, sweater and hat sales; silent auc­tion for cus­tom wooden bowls; poi boards and pounders. Do­na­tions wel­comed.

Con­tact: Jesse Pot­ter, 9369610, jesse.k.pot­ter@gmail. com SILENT MOVIE NIGHT: “CHICAGO” Where: Palace The­ater, 38 Haili St., Hilo When: 7 p.m. Fri­day

De­tails: Doors open at 6 p.m. Tick­ets are $10. Fea­tured is the orig­i­nal 1927 Ce­cil B. DeMille silent film, with spe­cial live or­gan ac­com­pa­ni­ment by Tommy Stark. Fundraiser for the Palace The­ater and the Hilo The­atre Or­gan So­ci­ety.

Con­tact: Sheron Bee, 9347010, info@hilopalace.com BLACK ARM BAND: “DIRTSONG” Where: UH-Hilo Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, 200 W. Kaw­ili St., Hilo When: 7:30 p.m. Fri­day

De­tails: Widely ac­claimed in Aus­tralia and in­ter­na­tion­ally. Mu­si­cal pre­sen­ta­tion cel­e­brat­ing the past and revo­lu­tion­iz­ing the fu­ture of in­dige­nous Aus­tralia. Con­tact: UH-Hilo PAC, 932-7490, artsctr@hawaii. edu

TO­DAY, Jan. 14

STA­BLES SWAP MEET

Where: Hawai­ian Shores Com­mu­nity Cen­ter, 15-859 Ka­hakai Boule­vard, Pa­hoa When: 8:30 a.m. to­day

De­tails: Com­mu­nity mar­ket in the Hawai­ian Beaches/Shores neigh­bor­hoods. Ev­ery­one wel­come to at­tend and par­tic­i­pate. Ven­dors of all sorts wel­come; garage sale, pro­duce, plants, arts and crafts, food and all kine stuffs avail­able for sale. Se­cond Satur­day of each month. Con­tact: Dawn Hur­witz, 936-3046, sta­b­less­wap­meet@gmail.com FRIENDS OF THE LI­BRARIES, KONA BOOK SALE Where: Kailua-Kona Pub­lic Li­brary Lanai, 75-138 Hualalai Road When: 9 a.m. to­day

De­tails: Pro­ceeds help sup­port the needs of the Kona li­braries. Teach­ers will re­ceive spe­cial dis­counts with their of­fi­cial school ID. Vol­un­teers wel­come and book do­na­tions are ac­cepted at the li­brary. Con­tact: Ken Guerra, 3220077, folk@folkhawaii.com UH-HILO COL­LEGE OF CON­TIN­U­ING ED­U­CA­TION AND COM­MU­NITY SER­VICE OPEN HOUSE Where: UH-Hilo Old Gym, 200 W. Kaw­ili St., Hilo When: 10 a.m. to­day

De­tails: Free. Check out the spring 2017 non­credit class of­fer­ings, with demon­stra­tions, per­for­mances and in­struc­tor Q&A. Get a 10 per­cent dis­count on reg­is­tra­tions com­pleted dur­ing the event (ex­cep­tions ap­ply). Light re­fresh­ments pro­vided. Con­tact: CCECS, 932-7830, ccecs@hawaii.edu

PROJECT LI­NUS BLANKETEERS Where: Dis­count Fab­ric Ware­house, Hilo When: 2 p.m. to­day De­tails: Pick up blan­ket-mak­ing sup­plies, help sort and la­bel blan­kets and pre­pare do­na­tions. Con­tact: Kath­leen Stacey, 935-7495, project.li­nus_ hi@ya­hoo.com ELIM­I­NATE CHRONIC PAIN, IN­CREASE VI­TAL­ITY AND VIBRANT HEALTH

Where: Hawaii In­no­va­tion Cen­ter, 117 Keawe St., No. 105, Hilo When: 3 p.m. to­day

De­tails: Learn how we res­onate with the Earth’s pulse and how to im­prove pain, fa­tigue, cir­cu­la­tion, in­flam­ma­tion, or­gan func­tion, dis­ease states, bone den­sity, sleep and more. Free. Dis­cover how you can feel great again with nat­u­ral cel­lu­lar re­gen­er­a­tion.

Con­tact: Kim Ro­drigues, 960-7718, kims­gyp­sy­rose@ aol.com

SUN­DAY, Jan. 15

FARM­ERS MAR­KET AT HAMAKUA HAR­VEST Where: In­ter­sec­tion of Ma­mane Street and High­way 19, Honokaa

When: 9 a.m. Sun­days De­tails: Fea­tures lo­cal farm­ers, fresh pro­duce, ar­ti­sanal prod­ucts and ono food. Weekly en­ter­tain­ment, work­shops, in­for­ma­tional booths and youth-fo­cused ac­tiv­i­ties. SNAP/EBT pur­chases wel­comed. Con­tact: Lori Beach, 896-2151, info@hamakua­har­vest.org FREE DOG TRAIN­ING AND SO­CIAL EVENT

Where: Lili‘uokalani Gar­dens, Banyan Drive, Hilo When: 2 p.m. Sun­days

De­tails: Come join the fun and share the love. Goals are prob­lem solv­ing via free train­ing in­struc­tion and tools, and of­fer­ing an ad­vanced so­cial­iza­tion ex­pe­ri­ence. Bring a bowl for wa­ter.

Con­tact: Carl Oguss, 9339763, east­hawai­idog­psy­chol­o­gy­cen­ter@ya­hoo.com

MON­DAY, Jan. 16

“EVITA” AU­DI­TIONS

Where: UH-Hilo Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, 342 W. Kaw­ili St., Hilo

When: 7 p.m. Mon­day and Tues­day

De­tails: Roles avail­able for five lead char­ac­ters and a corps of singers and dancers to bring to life the story of Eva Peron, for­mer first lady of Ar­gentina. Call or email for more in­for­ma­tion about pre­pared songs for lead roles and what will be ex­pected for cho­rus roles.

Con­tact: Jackie Pualani John­son, 937-6600, jpjohnso@hawaii.edu

TUES­DAY, Jan. 17

AN­TIMI­CRO­BIAL RE­SIS­TANCE: A GLOBAL THREAT Where: UH-Hilo, 200 W. Kaw­ili St., Hilo When: 7 p.m. Tues­day De­tails: Next lec­ture in in­ter­na­tional se­ries;

co-spon­sored by UNA-USA Hawaii Is­land Chap­ter and UH-Hilo’s Global and In­ter­cul­tural Ed­u­ca­tion pro­grams. Guest speaker is Dr. Louis Ltief, as­sis­tant pro­fes­sor in the Col­lege of Phar­macy.

Con­tact: Rose­marie Muller, 631-294-0021, rc­muller27@ hot­mail.com TRI­ALS AND TRIBU­LA­TIONS OF HALEMA‘UMA‘U CRATER: 200 YEARS OLD AND STILL GO­ING

Where: Ki­lauea Vis­i­tor Cen­ter, Hawaii Vol­ca­noes Na­tional Park When: 7 p.m. Tues­day

De­tails: USGS Hawai­ian Vol­cano Ob­ser­va­tory ge­ol­o­gist Don Swan­son traces the his­tory of Halema‘uma‘u Crater, in­clud­ing his ex­pe­ri­ence with the 1967-68 lava lake, in this Af­ter Dark in the Park pro­gram. Park en­trance fees ap­ply. Con­tact: Park in­for­ma­tion, 985-6011, havo_in­ter­pre­ta­tion@nps.gov

WED­NES­DAY, Jan. 18

AU­THOR TALK: WAYNE SUBICA Where: Hilo Pub­lic Li­brary, 300 Wa­ianu­enue Ave., Hilo When: 3:30 p.m. Wed­nes­day De­tails: This his­to­rian re­cently re­leased his lat­est book, “Look­ing at Yes­ter­day, To­day … Hilo, Hawaii.” Short talk and book-sign­ing. Free; suit­able for all ages. Con­tact the li­brary 15 days in ad­vance to re­quest spe­cial ac­com­mo­da­tions or a sign lan­guage in­ter­preter.

Con­tact: Claire Seu, 9338890 VOL­CANIC AIR POL­LU­TION: THE WHAT, WHERE AND HOW OF VOG IN HAWAII

Where: Gates Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter, Hawaii Prepara­tory Academy, 65-1692 Ko­hala Moun­tain Road, Waimea When: 6:30 p.m. Wed­nes­day

De­tails: USGS Hawai­ian Vol­cano Ob­ser­va­tory sci­en­tist Ta­mar Elias talks about the ori­gin of vog from vol­canic gas and its im­pacts and shares new in­for­ma­tion about re­sources for liv­ing with vog in Hawaii. Free and open to pub­lic.

Con­tact: Janet Babb, 9678844, askHVO@usgs.gov

THURS­DAY, Jan. 19

FREE BROWN BAG LUNCH TALK

Where: Of­fice of the Prose­cut­ing At­tor­ney, 655 Ki­lauea Ave., Hilo When: Noon on Thurs­day

De­tails: Ku‘ikahi Me­di­a­tion Cen­ter’s “Find­ing So­lu­tions, Grow­ing Peace” Brown Bag Lunch Se­ries. This month’s speaker is Kim­berly Dark, with a talk ti­tled “Bril­liant By­stander Fa­cil­i­ta­tion: How to Help in Group Sit­u­a­tions.” Ex­plore the rea­sons peo­ple stay silent even though they know some­one needs to speak up — and how to help. Free.

Con­tact: Jenifer Aveiro, Ku‘ikahi Me­di­a­tion Cen­ter, 935-7844, ext. 1, jenifer@ hawai­i­me­di­a­tion.org

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