Entertainment wrapup: October 23, 2020

  • Bill Jaeger holds up his stained-glass artwork “Honu Triplets.” Jaeger is the Kailua Village Artists featured artist for November. (Courtesy photo/Kailua Village Artists)

Zoom events Tuesday from your local libraries

• The Book Squad Children’s Book Club discusses “Rey and Pals” by Jeffrey Brown via Zoom meeting, 1 p.m. Tuesday. Open to kids ages 7-12. Contact hklcirc@librarieshawaii.org to receive a Zoom invitation.

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• F.O.L.K. Book Club discusses “Aloha Rodeo” by Zoom meeting, 11 a.m. Tuesday. In 1908, native Hawaiians astonished the country in the world’s greatest rodeo becoming champions and American legends. Author David Wolman will attend. Contact imatexan23@gmail.com for more information or to request a Zoom invitation.

Ohrlando Oktoberfest, Take 2

Due to technical difficulties, the Oct. 11 livestream of Ohrlando Oktoberfest had to be postponed, and will instead take place Oct. 25. Check out the updated link at https://bit.ly/2FSzuaX. As a contribution please consider a donation to the Hawaii Food Basket, hawaiifoodbasket.org.

Kailua Village Artists featured artist

The Kailua Village Artists featured artist for the month of November is stained glass artist Bill Jaeger.

This month Jaeger will introduce several new pieces, including “Honu Triplets,” which incorporates three honu swimming together in the ocean. Another unique piece features honus swimming on a salvaged bicycle wheel. Additionally, Jaeger is bringing back his “Birds on Pewter Branches” series which features local birds. Fans of his work will be happy to see a full range of local favorites – nightlights, sun catchers, and smaller stained-glass panels as well.

Jaeger learned the art of stained glass many years ago, while also working full time and earning a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from Wichita State University and an MBA from the University of Kansas.

Learn basics of public support for the arts

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Join staff from the National Endowment for the Arts, the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, and Congressman Ed Case next Monday to learn about grants and other resources available from your national and state-level public funders of the arts. It will cover some of the basics of applying for government support.

Following the informational session, you’re invited to participate ina town-hall-style, moderated question-and-answer session. The session will also have a question and answer session. It takes place 10:30-11:30 a.m. Oct. 6. Register in advance for this virtual meeting via https://bit.ly/34kwxJp. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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