Out on the range: Taste of the Hawaiian Range returns to original location to celebrate local agriculture
WAIMEA — Taste of the Hawaiian Range, an agricultural festival that started in the ranching town in 1996, will return to its Waimea roots Sept. 29.
HONOKAA — Michael Gibson has a thing for plants of all stripes.
WAIMEA — This Sunday, Waikoloa Dry Forest Initiative (WDFI) will host their second annual Beer, Bites and Bocce benefit at Anna Ranch Heritage Center in Waimea. The fun will begin at 11:30 a.m. and continue through 6 p.m.
WAIMEA — Pet owners can start primping their dogs now for North Hawaii Community Hospital’s “Walk-with-a-Doc” program scheduled on Sept. 29. That day, they will join thousands of people and their pets around the world for the first-ever “World’s Largest Pet Walk.”
WAIMEA — A Fun Run/Walk, bingo game and silent auction were all part of Waimea Middle School’s “Trek 4 Tech” fundraiser on campus and around town Friday afternoon and evening. Nearly 200 students, their families and community members attended. The event supported the school’s 21st-century tech program.
At dusk this Saturday, residents and visitors can bring a beach chair or blanket to watch a free movie outdoors under the stars in the Coronation Pavilion at Queens’ MarketPlace in Waikoloa Resort.
Joy Gardener will present “Quantum Vibrational Healing — Ancient Medicine of the future” at the monthly potluck this Thursday in the large conference room at NHERC in Honokaa. Dinner and live music begin at 6 p.m., followed by the presentation at 6:45 p.m.
From 5:30–7 p.m. Sept. 26, the public is invited to attend a Waimea Toastmasters open house in the Jerry Nelson Conference Room at W.M. Keck Observatory Headquarters.