Sep 27 Tuesday
The Big Island Jazz And Blues Festival Music Series at the Redwater Cafe every Thursday 5-8 PM with 3 time Na Hoku winner Bill Noble on Saxophone and Loren Wilken on Piano in celebration of the 9th Big Island Jazz and Blues festival 2022
The Big Island Jazz and Blues Festival music series with Grammy & Na Hoku winner Sonny Lim at the Redwater Cafe every Saturday 6-9 pm
Big Island Jazz & Blues Festival Music Series at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel Manta restaurant every Monday and Tuesday night 6-9 pm with 3 time Na Hoku winner Bill Noble on saxophone and Loren Wilken on Piano. In celebration of the 9th Big Island Jazz and Blues Festival 2022
Sep 28 Wednesday
Hawaii Writers Guild
For information, contact:
Joy Fisher, Director of Public Relations
Hawaii Writers Guild Announces Hawaii Writers Showcase
The Hawaii Writers Guild has debuted a new series of videos on its YouTube channel. Hawaii Writers Showcase, which will present Writers Guild members reading their original work in informal settings, was conceived by Guild Events Director Johnson Kahili IV.
The first episode, filmed outdoors in Manuka Park near Milolii on Hawaii island, showcases Guild member Wendy Wilson reading her short story, “The Other Thing,” a spooky narrative about the abduction of a four-year-old girl by a dark creature of supernatural origin.
Wilson wrote the story for a Halloween-themed contest, but it was not her first venture into the world of the supernatural. Her first book, a vampire novel, emerged while Wilson was working full-time as a library technician in North Carolina. She has written two vampire novels and two fantasy books for middle graders.
After she retired in 2019, Wilson moved to Hawaii and joined the Hawaii Writers Guild. She is an active member of Readings and Responses, a Guild-sponsored writers’ support group.
Kahili plans to record two episodes of Hawaii Writers Showcase per month. The second episode, a poetry reading by Guild President Carol McMillan, has already been recorded and will be online soon. All episodes will be available to the public at no charge on the Guild’s YouTube channel.
The premiere episode can be accessed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E74S0cr_l7E .
The Agricultural Leadership Foundation of Hawai‘i will host the next statewide all-agriculture conference on September 27-28, 2022. Conference planning is focused on delivering a safe, in-person event at the Hawai‘i Convention Center in Honolulu. In order to emphasize the importance of proactively addressing a changing environment, the theme for this year’s conference is: Collaborative Leaders as Ag-ents of Change. The world we live in has a wide range of complex issues, and it’s crucial that we understand the big picture in order to adapt and create solutions that not only benefit the agriculture community, but also individual businesses and consumers of Hawaii. Register for AG2022 to learn about how you can improve the future of the agriculture industry in Hawaii.
A four-person scramble on the Waikoloa Beach/Kings' Golf Course. A benefit for the Hawaii Association of Counties - Working together for you.
Sep 29 Thursday
The biggest used book sale in Hawaii island since 2019! Hardcover books $1; paperbacks 0.50 each. Also CDs, DVDs, and LP records. On Saturday, all the books you can fit into your own recyclable bag for $5!