On Tap This Week­end

Hawaii Tribune Herald - - ISLAND BEAT • LET’S GO OUT -

SQUARE DANC­ING FOR HEALTH AND FIT­NESS 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, 968-6091

LUCKY LIZARD BAND Where: Fra­ter­nal Or­der of Ea­gles, Keaau Aerie, 16-111 Opuka­haia St., Keaau When: 7 p.m. Fri­day De­tails: Come lis­ten or dance the night away. This mid­dle of the road band will en­ter­tain you through­out the night. Cover charge ap­plies. Food plates and bev­er­ages avail­able for pur­chase. Con­tact: Richard Rob­bins, 965-0133, Rob­binsR006@Hawaii.rr.com

HAWAII HANDWEAVERS HUI FIBER CRAFT DAY DEMON­STRA­TION AND SALE Where: Kahilu Theatre, 67-1186 Lind­sey Road, Waimea When: 9 a.m. Saturday De­tails: A va­ri­ety of fiber arts, such as spin­ning, weav­ing, loop­ing, ku­mi­himo and more, will be demon­strated. Come try out weav­ing on a floor loom, spin­ning on a wheel and other ac­tiv­i­ties. Con­tact: Hawaii Handweavers Hui, 937-6301, hh­h­big­is­land@gmail.com

BIRTH OF KAHUKU Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Vol­ca­noes National Park When: 9:30 a.m. Saturday and Nov. 4 and Dec. 9 and 30 De­tails: Tra­verse the vast 1868 lava flow, see dif­fer­ent vol­cano fea­tures and for­ma­tions and iden­tify many parts of the South­west Rift Zone of Mauna Loa. Learn about the Hawai­ian hot spot and the cre­ation of Kahuku. Easy-to-mod­er­ate hike. En­ter Kahuku on the mauka (in­land) side of High­way 11 near mile marker 70.5; meet near the park­ing area. Sturdy footwear, wa­ter, rain gear, sun pro­tec­tion and snack are rec­om­mended for all hikes. Free. Con­tact: Park in­for­ma­tion, 985-6011, havo_in­ter­pre­ta­tion@nps.gov

IN­STANT DRAW­ING Where: Ben Franklin, 333 Ki­lauea Ave., Hilo When: Noon on Satur­days De­tails: Learn to draw ev­ery­thing from plants to an­i­mals to peo­ple. For ages 10 and older. Cost is $17.50 for each two-hour class. Sup­ply list can be found at the store or dur­ing the first class. You also can bring your own pen­cils, pa­per and draw­ing board. Con­tact: Joy, 935-0005, tinac­in­tron.art@gmail.com

HILO ORCHID SO­CI­ETY MEET­ING Where: Ka­mana Se­nior Cen­ter, 127 Ka­mana St., Hilo When: 1:30 p.m. Saturday De­tails: Peer Lin, owner of Di­a­mond Or­chids in South­ern Cal­i­for­nia, will present “Mini-Catts: Minia­ture Cat­t­leyas From the Past and To­day.” Pub­lic welcome. Free. Con­tact: Rick Kel­ley, 756-8145, info@ hiloorchid­so­ci­ety.org

PA­HOA SEC­OND SATURDAY MU­SIC AND ART WALK Where: Pa­hoa Village Road, Pa­hoa When: 4 p.m. Saturday De­tails: Ev­ery sec­ond Saturday of the month. Fea­tures var­i­ous bands and mu­sic groups in most ev­ery busi­ness es­tab­lish­ment along the road. The work of lo­cal artists also are ex­hib­ited at the Pa­hoa Village Mu­seum, the Por­tal Art Gallery and oth­ers. Con­tact: Ariel Mur­phy, 345-8475, alo­ha2ariel@gmail.com

MON­GO­LIAN BBQ Where: Crater Rim Cafe, Ki­lauea Mil­i­tary Camp, Hawaii Vol­ca­noes National Park When: 5 p.m. Saturday De­tails: Choose what you like and how much you want, then let our cooks fry it up for you. Cost is 85 cents per ounce and in­cludes meat, veg­eta­bles, rice and a bev­er­age. National park fees apply. Con­tact: Elene Rizzo-Kuhn, 967-8371, riz­zokuhne@kmc-vol­cano.com

COM­MU­NITY BREAK­FAST Where: VFW Post 3830, 15-775 Maluhia Road, Nanawale Es­tates When: 9 a.m. Sun­day De­tails: Sliced ham, scram­bled eggs, hash browns, bis­cuits and gravy, fruit cock­tail and cof­fee or tea for a do­na­tion of $8; chil­dren 7-12 are $5, chil­dren 6 and younger free. All welcome. Con­tact: Freda Hart, 965-7032, freda­hart85@gmail.com

PEO­PLE AND LAND OF KAHUKU Where: Kahuku Unit, Hawaii Vol­ca­noes National Park

When: 9:30 a.m. Sun­day and Nov. 19 and Dec. 17 De­tails: Mod­er­ate 2-mile, three-hour guided hike that loops through var­ied land­scapes to ex­plore the hu­man his­tory of Kahuku. Emerg­ing na­tive forests, pas­tures, lava fields and other sites con­tain clues about ways peo­ple lived and worked on the vast Kahuku lands. En­ter Kahuku on the mauka (in­land) side of High­way 11 near mile marker 70.5; meet near the park­ing area. Sturdy footwear, wa­ter, rain gear, sun pro­tec­tion and a snack are rec­om­mended for all hikes. Free. Con­tact: Park in­for­ma­tion, 985-6018, havo_in­ter­pre­ta­tion@nps.gov

LEG­ENDARY PALM GAR­DEN TOUR BY THE HAWAII IS­LAND PALM SO­CI­ETY Where: Leilani Es­tates When: 1 p.m. Oct. 15 De­tails: Ex­pe­ri­ence this 4-acre gar­den with rare and un­usual palms, cy­cads, aroids and other trop­i­cals. Open to the pub­lic, but you must RSVP; space is lim­ited. Non­mem­ber fee is $10 or join the so­ci­ety on a fam­ily an­nual mem­ber­ship for just $15. A potluck fol­lows the tour. Con­tact: Bob Gibbens, 333-5626, begteb@hawaii.rr.com

CHICKEN SKIN OBAKE (GHOST) STO­RIES Where: Ki­lauea Mil­i­tary Camp The­ater, Hawaii Vol­ca­noes National Park When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday De­tails: Fea­tur­ing obake sto­ries told by master sto­ry­teller, kumu and ac­tor Lopaka Ka­panui. All new show for 2017. All ages welcome; how­ever, parental guid­ance is highly sug­gested. Tick­ets are lim­ited and can be pur­chased at all Irie Hawaii lo­ca­tions (Hilo, Pa­hoa, Kona) and Wizard Smoke Shop/Car Stereo Spe­cial­ists in Hilo. Con­tact: Mariner Rev­ell, 969-7066, rrphawaii@aol.com

COM­EDY NIGHT AT KMC Where: Lava Lounge, Ki­lauea Mil­i­tary Camp, Hawaii Vol­ca­noes National Park When: 8 p.m. Oct. 14 De­tails: A night of laugh­ter with head­line co­me­dian Tom Clark and other Big Is­land co­me­di­ans. Tick­ets can be pur­chased on­line at www. Brown­Pa­perTick­ets.com or at the door for $20. National park fees apply. Con­tact: Elene Rizzo-Kuhn, 967-8371, riz­zokuhne@kmc-vol­cano.com

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