Events calendar

Sunday. 19 January, 2020 - Saturday. 25 January, 2020
Week 04
Friday. 24 January, 2020
4:00 pm

18th Annual He Lei Hiwa No 'Iolani Luahine Hula Festival & Educational Challenge 2020

Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay

The festival will feature hula workshops, Ni'ihau shell jewelry workshops and a feather flowers workshop to create a lei pua papale. Hula presentations will feature keiki, opio, makuahine, makuakane, and kupuna.

The hula presentations on both days are a free community event and everyone is invited to attend! Donations will be gratefully accepted to support the festival.
5:30 pm

Solid Waste Divisional Public Information Meetings

West Hawaii Civic Center

The meetings are to discuss the facilities’ operating days and the possibility of modifying the current schedule for transfer stations island-wide. 
The public is invited to provide input.
6:00 pm

MAnaFest Big Island 2020: Honoring the Sacred Feminine

Kalani

ShEdance with Women DJs and Opening Ceremony! Be deeply nourished and uplifted with unconditional love at this festival for people of ALL ages and genders!

6:00 pm

4th Friday Poetry Slam

KukuAu Studio

A palpable evening of words flying through the air for all to see, hear, revel, feel, taste, smell & hold fast.

7:00 pm

BILOXI BLUES - A PLAY BY NEIL SIMON

East Hawaii Cultural Center

“Biloxi Blues",  the hilarious and heart warming play by Neil Simon that deals with six army recruits as they come of age during the last days of World War II. Rated PG-13 for it’s strong language and mature subject matter.
Saturday. 25 January, 2020
8:00 am

Waimea Walk with a Doc

Pukalani Stables

The Walk-With-A-Doc program in Waimea happens every Saturday at 8 am! Such a great way to get up, get out and get some Natural Movement steps into your day with others!

8:00 am

A walk through Kīlauea Volcano’s summit history.

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

Join USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory scientist emeritus Don Swanson on a two-hour walk, during which you learn about the past 500 years of Kīlauea Volcano’s history as revealed by rocks, craters, and cracks. Meet Don at the Devastation Trail parking lot on Crater Rim Drive. Arrive early, as he begins the guided walk to Keanakākoʻi Crater promptly at 8 a.m. Along the walk, Don points out and explains ...

8:45 am

Stewardship at the Summit

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

Volunteer to help remove invasive, non-native plant species that prevent native plants from growing in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park.
10:00 am

MAnaFest Big Island 2020 Honoring the Sacred Feminine ~Clear Vision

Kalani

Be deeply nourished and uplifted with unconditional love at this festival for people of ALL ages and genders!  Festival All Day and into the Night! Admission/ Keiki 16+under FREE

12:00 pm

UH Hilo's 25th Annual Hoolaulea

UH Hilo

Come celebrate with us at UH Hilo's 25th Annual Ho'olaule'a! This family fun event is free and open to the public.  Performing Arts Center Parking Lot
4:00 pm

Chinese New Year

Waiakea Shopping Center

Waiakea Center celebrates Chinese New Year! Festivities will include a traditional Chinese Lion Dance to celebrate the Year of the Rat.
5:30 pm

Hilo Jazz Orchestra plays Zappa

Volcano Arts Center

Fundraiser for the Hilo Jazz Orchestra's trip to perform in Germany July 2020!
7:00 pm

Live: Johnny Nicholas

Palace Theater

JOHNNY NICHOLAS & HELL BENT Texas songwriting and Blues Roots music at it’s best
with opening set by The Dragon Jazz Band!
7:00 pm

BILOXI BLUES - A PLAY BY NEIL SIMON

East Hawaii Cultural Center

“Biloxi Blues",  the hilarious and heart warming play by Neil Simon that deals with six army recruits as they come of age during the last days of World War II. Rated PG-13 for it’s strong language and mature subject matter.