Events calendar

Sunday. 16 February, 2020 - Saturday. 22 February, 2020
Week 08
Monday. 17 February, 2020
12:00 pm

Pana'ewa Stampede Rodeo

Panaewa Equestrian Center

Three Days of Rodeo ~ Hawaiian StyleChildren under 12 FREE!
6:00 pm

Citizens’ Climate Lobby

UH Hilo

Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change.
CCL Hawaii Island is a local chapter of this international organization.
Save the world, literally! By building constructive, working relationships with members of Congress...

Tuesday. 18 February, 2020
4:30 pm

How does your Garden Grow: Landscaping with Native Plants

Mountain View Public Library

Planting with native plants can be fun and easy. They are adapted to the area already, can handle the sun, heavy rainfall and have minimal pest problems.
5:00 pm

What's Up With Waste Now?

Hilo Public Library

In this presentation and forum, you will learn about solid waste in Hawai'i County. How do you sort it? How clean does it have to be?
7:00 pm

Film screening-Minidoka: An American Concentration Camp

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

Join us to preview the newly released film "Minidoka: An American Concentration Camp" which reveals how unconstitutional imprisonment not only turned lives upside down but continues to ripple through generations and serves as a warning today.
Wednesday. 19 February, 2020
2:00 pm

Peace Doves

Hilo Public Library

February is a celebration of black history. Join us in the children’s room to create a paper peace dove. Program is suitable for ages 5 and up.
4:30 pm

Free Movie Night-JUDY

Hilo Public Library

Please join us for some family fun at Hilo Public Library’s Free Movie Night!
7:00 pm

Concert with Christy Lassiter & Friends

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

Part of the Nā Leo Manu (Heavenly Voices) Hawaiian music concert program. Free (park entrance fees apply).
Thursday. 20 February, 2020
9:00 am

CREATING A SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY IN 2020

Hawai'i Innovation Center

Ready to up your social media game in the new decade?  Learn how to create an effective media strategy for different platforms geared toward your unique target audience.
9:00 am

Plant Aloha (Free Class) Coco Frond Weaving with Aunty Lynda

Hawaiian Sanctuary

Learn about the history and traditons of coconut weaving and learn to make the coconut leaf harvest basket called Eke Ohi Launiu: a very strong double weave across bottom harvest or market basket.
10:00 am

Impermanence-Shingo Honda

East Hawaii Cultural Center

East Hawai'i Cultural Center will host a retrospective of works by beloved Big Island artist Shingo Honda. Opening reception will be at 3pm. The gallery will stay open until 8pm for FIRST FRIDAY.
4:00 pm

Weekly American Sign Language Lessons

See Listing

ASL classes are taught on a donation-based system, with a suggested donation of $5 per student. Learning ASL can be a fun experience and with the dynamic teaching approach of instructor Dano Kaufmann, this course will inspire students of any age to learn American Sign Language.
Friday. 21 February, 2020
7:00 pm

Dirty Cello at Kahilu Theater

Kahilu Theatre

From down home blues with a wailing cello to virtuosic stompin’ bluegrass, Dirty Cello is a band that gets your heart thumping and your toes tapping!

Led by vivacious cross-over cellist, Rebecca Roudman, Dirty Cello is cello like you’ve never heard before.

7:00 pm

Our Town

East Hawaii Cultural Center

The Hilo Community Players is proud to bring Our Town, a great American play by Thornton Wilder, to Hawaii Island.
This production marks the anniversary of the play, and of the Hilo Community Players. This is a match made in heaven, right here in Hilo.

 

7:30 pm

45th Annual International Nights

UH Hilo

The University of Hawaii at Hilo International Student Association presents International Nights!
Saturday. 22 February, 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!

9:00 am

Hoolaulea 2020-Kupaa Mau i ke Kahua Pono

Kamehameha School

This year’s theme is “Kūpaʻa Mau i ke Kahua Pono” meaning to stand firm on the righteous foundation. FREE ADMISSION!
9:00 am

6th Annual SOKO Studio Tour

See Listing

Featuring 20 top artists, 12 studios and 100s of works of art.
10:00 am

13th Annual Communitycares Event-Live your Best Life

Old Kona Airport State Recreation Center Pavilion

COMMUNITYCares events have brought people from across the Big Island together to fight against cancer, domestic abuse and homelessness. We'll gather one last time before saying aloha to our large annual event.
1:30 pm

Once on This Island

Palace Theater

Central Theatre Arts Academy at Mililani High School is proud to announce its first musical production of 2020.
Once On This Island, is set in the French Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean Sea, tells the story of a fearless peasant girl in search of her place in the world, and ready to risk it all for love. 
4:00 pm

February Fling - Mardi Gras

Cooper Center

The bar opens at 4pm and great Cajun meal service at 5pm!
6:30 pm

ShakaStock: A Live Tribute to Woodstock 1969

Pirates Outreach / Privateer's Cove

In tribute to the Woodstock Music and Art Fair, performers from across the Big Island present ShakaStock: The Best of Three Days of Peace and Music. Two shows: 6:30PM and 9:00PM
6:30 pm

Pets Rock! Rainbow Friends Tails of Love Fundraiser

Kea'au Eagles Club

Rainbow Friends Animal Sanctuary is hosting a 'Tails of Love' fundraising event to raise funds to support Rainbow Friends Animal Sanctuary’s Animal Health & Wellness programs.
7:00 pm

Once on This Island

Palace Theater

Central Theatre Arts Academy at Mililani High School is proud to announce its first musical production of 2020.
Once On This Island, is set in the French Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean Sea, tells the story of a fearless peasant girl in search of her place in the world, and ready to risk it all for love.
7:00 pm

Our Town

East Hawaii Cultural Center

The Hilo Community Players is proud to bring Our Town, a great American play by Thornton Wilder, to Hawaii Island.
This production marks the anniversary of the play, and of the Hilo Community Players. This is a match made in heaven, right here in Hilo.

 

7:30 pm

45th Annual International Nights

UH Hilo

The University of Hawaii at Hilo International Student Association presents International Nights!