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Keauhou Bay Clean-Up

Keauhou Bay Clean-Up

 

Kamehameha Investment Corporation has teamed up with Keauhou Bay partners and community members to mark the one-year anniversary of the devastating Japan earthquake and the resulting tsunami that heavily damaged structures and deposited debris in and around Keauhou Bay. An all-volunteer Keauhou Bay Clean-Up is slated for Saturday, March 10 from 7:00 to 11:00 a.m.

During the clean up, volunteers will help with the removal of debris and other opala (trash) in and around Keauhou Bay, cut down tall brush near Keauhou Canoe Club, and

clean and repaint the public restroom facilities. Individuals, families and small and large groups are welcome. Refreshments, t-shirts, gloves, garbage bags and trash containers will be provided.

Kailua-Kona Library will Celebrate 20th Anniversary Feb. 28-29

Kailua-Kona Library will Celebrate 20th Anniversary Feb. 28-29

Kailua-Kona Public Library, located at 75-138 Hualalai Road, will celebrate its 20th Anniversary this leap year with special programs on February 28 and 29.  The public is invited to attend the free events.     

The Kenny Endo Taiko Ensemble will kick off the celebration on Tuesday, February 28 at 5:30 p.m. in the Adult Section.  This unique cultural and educational program will introduce the various drums and percussion instruments of Japan as used in traditional and contemporary music.  The Friends of the Library of Hawaii and the UH-Manoa Outreach College’s Statewide Cultural Extension Program are co-sponsoring this performance. 

Taiko (Japanese drums) are traditionally used to ensure an auspicious beginning to a new or renewed endeavor.  The Kailua-Kona Public Library will celebrate the installation of a federally-funded photovoltaic system which is expected to generate a portion of the Library’s electricity.

Lower Gas Prices at Kilauea 76 from 76 Hawaii and Native FM

Lower Gas Prices at Kilauea 76 from 76 Hawaii and Native FM

The following information is provided by Mid Pac Petroleum:

Big Island residents will be given a special opportunity to save on gas when Native FM takes over Kilauea 76 and dramatically lowers gas prices on Friday, February 17th.

From 2PM to 6PM, Native FM will drop the price of gas and they will also be giving away great prizes from 4PM to 6PM!

Big Island residents will also have the opportunity to become members of the Kama’aina Rewards program. Kama’aina Rewards membership is FREE and Big Island residents will immediately be able to take advantage of the program at the Kilauea 76 station.

For more information, Big Island residents can become fans of the 76 Hawaii Facebook and Twitter pages at facebook.com/76Hawaii and twitter.com/76Hawaii.

76 is known for quality gasoline and clean, well lit stations. With seventy-one locations throughout the State and growing, 76 is raising convenience and quality to a whole new level.

Kailua-Kona Library will Celebrate 20th Anniversary Feb. 28-29

Kailua-Kona Library will Celebrate 20th Anniversary Feb. 28-29

Kailua-Kona Public Library, located at 75-138 Hualalai Road, will celebrate its 20th Anniversary this leap year with special programs on February 28 and 29.  The public is invited to attend the free events.     

The Kenny Endo Taiko Ensemble will kick off the celebration on Tuesday, February 28 at 5:30 p.m. in the Adult Section.  This unique cultural and educational program will introduce the various drums and percussion instruments of Japan as used in traditional and contemporary music.  The Friends of the Library of Hawaii and the UH-Manoa Outreach College’s Statewide Cultural Extension Program are co-sponsoring this performance. 

Taiko (Japanese drums) are traditionally used to ensure an auspicious beginning to a new or renewed endeavor.  The Kailua-Kona Public Library will celebrate the installation of a federally-funded photovoltaic system which is expected to generate a portion of the Library’s electricity.

Lower Gas Prices at Kilauea 76 from 76 Hawaii and Native FM

Lower Gas Prices at Kilauea 76 from 76 Hawaii and Native FM

The following information is provided by Mid Pac Petroleum:

Big Island residents will be given a special opportunity to save on gas when Native FM takes over Kilauea 76 and dramatically lowers gas prices on Friday, February 17th.

From 2PM to 6PM, Native FM will drop the price of gas and they will also be giving away great prizes from 4PM to 6PM!

Big Island residents will also have the opportunity to become members of the Kama’aina Rewards program. Kama’aina Rewards membership is FREE and Big Island residents will immediately be able to take advantage of the program at the Kilauea 76 station.

For more information, Big Island residents can become fans of the 76 Hawaii Facebook and Twitter pages at facebook.com/76Hawaii and twitter.com/76Hawaii.

76 is known for quality gasoline and clean, well lit stations. With seventy-one locations throughout the State and growing, 76 is raising convenience and quality to a whole new level.

Thompson's Productions presents Ziggy Marley's "Wild and Free" World Tour

Thompson's Productions presents Ziggy Marley's "Wild and Free" World Tour

The following information is provided by Hawaii Pacific Entertainment:

See New HTY Play "Blue" at Laupahoehoe Library on Jan. 31

See New HTY Play "Blue" at Laupahoehoe Library on Jan. 31

The Honolulu Theatre for Youth will present “Blue,” a new stage production by Annie Cusick Wood, at three selected Neighbor Island public libraries in January 2012.