WAIKOLOA — Around a large table at Queens’ MarketPlace last Tuesday, Margo Mau sat with her team, checking off items on their to-do list as final preparations for Waikoloa Beach Resort’s multifaceted Fourth of July festivities.
Kahilu Exhibits focuses on photography: Finalists in ‘The Essence of Hawaii’ statewide contest now on display
WAIMEA — More than 50,000 people are employed as professional photographers in the U.S.
WAIMEA — Waimea Middle School (WMS) will begin its 16th year as a public conversion charter school on Aug. 7 with a new principal: Miss Janice English.
From noon–3 p.m. this Saturday, University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program is hosting a free, family-friendly event to showcase the completion of the Waiulaula Stream Restoration Project at Ulu Laau Nature Park, also called Waimea Nature Park.
From 5-7 p.m. July 18, county and state candidates will share their positions and policies with the public at a free candidate forum in Kapaau. The event will be held at the North Kohala Civic Center’s Judiciary Building, behind the Kamehameha statue on Akoni Pule Highway.
Yoga teacher Janet Lam will offer a six-week mini course called “Yoga for Improved Flexibility” from 8:15-9:30 a.m. July 25 through August 29 at Waimea Yoga studio at St. James Circle.
Many family members of an older adult struggle with a guilty conscience about not visiting with their relative often enough. In Hawaii, our guilt can be even greater because it isn’t feasible for the average person to fly over for face-to-face visits on a weekly or monthly basis. Sometimes the weekly phone call can even be a bit challenging due to time difference issues.