Hawaiian Bird Conservation

A recent discussion led by Rosanna Leighton from the Keauhou Bird Conservation Center reflects the astonishing statistics of how close some Hawaiian birds are to extinction. Most talked about were the kiwikiu, the palila and the alala. Baby birds are being raised, but need the forest to remain where it is as their future home, so the Mauna Kea Forest Restoration Project, the Hawaii Endangered Bird Conservation Program and the San Diego Zoo Institute for Conservation Research are all working together towards ecosystem preservation. More information available at: http://hawaiitribune-herald.com/news/local-news/leighton-discusses-efforts-keauhou-bird-conservation-center

Tongue Roast

It’s confirmed, for us at least, that Java on the Rock in downtown Kona serves the best coffee on the whole island. So smooth and so strong. Come bury your toes in the warm sand while sitting at the cafe table by the ocean .

East Riff Art Show at HMOCA

Word on the street is that the Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art in Hilo, also known as the East Hawaii Cultural Center, is hosting a vibrant gallery/runway of tattooed babes and alternative art. This unique gathering takes place on February 7th between 5:30 and 9:00 PM, and we’ve heard a tiny whisper that it could be one of the last events for HMOCA. Some body painting will happen and perhaps a performance by the Starfire Flame Sisters. This could be tribal, it could be rebellious, it could be sexy. Who knows? Mostly artist Mae Desmond, who seems to be cooking up an Afterparty. You don’t want to miss this. –pumaInline image 1

HEMF “X” in Kona Tonight

Here it comes, the second night of the 10th annual Hawaii Electronic Music Festival brought to you by Big Island Love. With a spirit similar to Burningman, this event promotes underground artists and encourages open minds and a passion for life! Featuring artists Toben, Jeffe, Shakti, Muthafunka and Polyrhythmic, it all starts 8pm at The Amethyst Nightclub. For more info visit bigislandlove.com

Puna Happenings! 12/2

New Culture Winter Camp!

Get the details below!
Holiday Event! Dance Show/Party/More
Check out this awesome event
by Center Stage Dance Studio here!
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In This Issue
Shakt’s Tapping Corner
Dance of Universal Peace 12/8
12-12-12
Nahko & Medicine for the People on 12-12-12
Holiday Event at Center Stage Dance Studio-Dec. 1th
Social Permaculture Day at La’akea on 12/17
Kalani activities
Kupukupu Center
SPACE Events
Hawaiian Sanctuary Schedule!-
Polestar Gardens
Volcano Art Center !
Social Permaculture-Building Connections
Agape LoveStreaming
Sound Healing
Earth Medicine Institute Wild Crafter Certification
East Meets West HouConcerts Dec. 9th and more!
Local Farmer’s Markets-New Market in Pahoa on Fridays!a
The Really, Really Free Market (RRFM)

Shakti’s Tapping Corner

Shakti’s Meridian Tapping Circle!
At Kalani in EMAX. No Class this Wed. Dec. 5th!

Wednesdays: Kalani 1:00-2:15pm Come tap on your challenge, learn a new tool and the get the benefits of tapping with others.

And click the red tab below for to learn more about EFT from the Founder, Gary Craig
Go to Official EFT Tutorial
Sacred Sound Workshop Coming in January!

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Mwenje Marimba Band playing at Maku’u Farmer’s Market on 12/16/12

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Dances of Universal Peace (Sufi dances)-Saturday Dec. 8th from 7:00-9:00pm

Dances of Universal Peace are easily learned spiritual folk dances from all traditions, with gentle movements that even ‘non-dancers’ can greatly enjoy. Singing sacred, ancient phrases creates a full body healing vibration, and when conscious movement is added, these become powerful spiritual practices. Each dance will be fully taught, no experience is necessary. These are interactive and participatory, not a performance.

Donation $3 to $10 call Amara at 808-982-6755 for more info.
at La’akea community… go one mile past Leilani on Hwy 130, and turn right on Alaili, go to when the road turns to dirt, then go right at the next fork, at the sign. Park in parking area, walk up to main house.

Intention:

A ten day community driven festival with the focus of creating opportunities for local communities and individuals to share their unique gifts and collaborate in the spirit of selfless service.

By promoting the awareness of a diverse range of community projects within Puna, we encourage community interaction resulting in the sharing of culture, resources, talent, food, products, wellness services, natural resources, education, entertainment, and celebration, resulting in a more unified greater community.

Only the first and last days of the festival will be produced by Gift Culture, while the days between 12/12 and 12/21 are open for special events to be hosted by the community. We are now accepting proposals from community members and organizations who would like to host special events during the dates of 12/13-12/20.

Note that these community hosted events will create the bulk of the festival, and as events are added to the program, they will be added to the online festival schedule as well. This festival is not possible without community involvement and dedication. If you have an idea or offering, feel free to contact

Schedule

12/12 – Wednesday – Presented by Gift Culture @ Green Lake

Festival and Summit – Opening Gathering.

12/13 – Thursday – Open To Proposals

12/14 – Friday – Open To Proposals

12/15 – Saturday – Open To Proposals

12/16 – Sunday – Presented by Kalani

12/17 – Monday – Open To Proposals

12/18 – Tuesday – Open To Proposals

12/19 – Wednesday – Open To Proposals

12/20 – Thursday – Presented by Hawaiian Sanctuary

12/21 – Friday – Sunrise Ceremony at Green Mountain

12/21 – Friday – Presented by Wellness Institute of Hawaii & Inspiral Audio @ Ramashala All-day sacred gathering in a beautiful temple location, indoors and outdoors. An all-inclusive intimate experience including world class downtempo DJs and live musicians, wellness practitioners,local high vibrational foods (lunch salad bar, lavish dinner, and appetizers provided all day), and visionary art, all contained within a ceremonial space.

For more info./tickets/etc. Click Here!

12.12.12 Brings Nahko and the Medicine crew back to the Aina for a very special night of activation and musical collaboration!

Set, once again, at the historic Palace Theater in downtown Hilo, don’t miss this final show of 2012 for Medicine in Hawaii.

Join us as we set the intention for the next 50,000 years of our existence. BOOM.

All Ages
Doors: 6pm
Music: 6:15pm
$18 Advance & $20 Day of Show

Tickets will be available in advance on Monday Nov 5th at the Palace Theater Box Office… or by phone at 808-934-7010.

Box Office Hours: 10am – 3pm Mon through Fri (Island Time)
Box Office Hours West Coast Time: 1pm – 6pm
Box Office Hours Midwest Time: 3pm – 8pm

Brought to you by ManiFest Productions
Poster by Carla Swanson

For more information visit:

www.madisonhouseinc.com/nahko
www.facebook.com/nahkoandmedicineforthepeople
www.facebook.com/ManiFestMgmt
www.facebook.com/lovedustinthomas
www.facebook.com/jonwayneandthepain
www.reverbnation.com/infiniteradio
www.silverjackson.com
www.hilopalace.com

Holiday Event

Saturday December 15th at 7 pm–mark your calendars–buy your tickets early because we are only selling 75!
We will have Entertainment, music, dancing, wine, pupus and awesome artwork! My dream has finally come true–I have always wanted a studio with the ability to have an "in house" performance with awesome artists and dancers-WITH an art gallery and food! AND now it’s here right in downtown Hilo!

Noah Moore from Terminal circus will be there to emcee and entertain you with his awesome crystal ball juggling! Suzette Ridolfi has gotten together some fabulous artists: Annetta Lucero, Robin Worley and Aileen Wilkie to make beautiful hand crafted artwork tables for you to rest your food on (they’ll be auctioned off at the end of the night) Nadia–Grady, JR, Trey, Denise and Jewel and myself will be putting original choreography up-which includes video. Suzette will be making pupus and we’ll provide wine and non-alcoholic beverages too! At the end of the evening feel free to dance to our playlist and just have fun with your friends!

Please call me at 990-6618 or go to www.centerstagehilo.com and click on the paypal link to buy tickets! I’ll make sure to get them to you–You may also just go to the studio any afternoon or evening and purchase tickets there! Tickets are $50 and includes everything! $50 is a value for good food and wine and entertainment-so I hope you’ll come and support our studio. The funds go directly to support my programs for teens and young adults. I have 14 students on scholarship, I give 8 community classes per week for only $5 per class and in the last two years I have sponsored 3 master classes by teachers from New York, and Houston for free and reduced rates! Help me continue to help our community by continuing to offer these programs–AND have a great time at the event while doing so-It’s a

WIN WIN!

Thanks and have a great Holiday Season!

Social Permaculture Day at Laakea on 12/17/2012

La’akea Intentional Community, Pahoa

We are a small, family style, egalitarian, intentional permaculture community on the big island of Hawai’i. Come join us for a day of vibrant immersion in our community lifestyle!

We are a committed group of people working together closely as a means to health, relationship vitality, economic stability, personal and spiritual growth. We integrate the social aspects of sustainability into daily life: how to live together with honesty, love and peace, and share power and leadership. We do not have one central leader, but instead share the cost of the land and the leadership equally.

This day will give a sampling of some of the ways we relate to the land and each other, all led by very experienced teachers. This is a great time to come meet our members, ask questions about community and get a peek into our daily life.

Come for one event, or all day! See the Details below for full descriptions of the events and teachers.

Schedule and workshops:

All workshops are donation, suggested $5-15 if you can. Or $50 for the whole day, including dinner. We appreciate your support!

Morning- Cooperative Connections with Nature

9- 10:15 Permaculture Tour of Laakea with Tracy Matfin

10:30- 11:30 Soil Fertility Through Natural Methods with Dona Willoughby

11:30- 1 pm Rewild Your Mind with Heron Brae

Lunch Potluck

Afternoon- Cooperative Connections with Each Other

2-4 pm Healthy Social Permaculture- How We Keep the Joy in Being Together- Amara

4-6 pm Playback Theater with Judy Dolmatch

6:00 Local Foods Dinner- we cater $12, preregistration required.

7:00 -8:30 Dances of Universal Peace

call amara for more info at 982-6755

This Week:

Sunday:

8:30-10:00 Yin Yoga (Jaredl)

10:30-1:00 Ecstatic Dance (DJ-Corwin Loves Youl)

3:00-5:00 Joy of Art (Joy)

4:00-6:00 Volleyball

7:00-8:15 Improv. Level 1 (Drew)

8:00 Experience Deeksha (Jim)

Monday:

10:30-12:00 Anasara Yoga(Amma)

2:30-4:30 Free Watsu Sessions with Sarah Joy(sign up at Guest Services)

4:30-6:00 Aerial Basics (Lucy)

7:30 Hawaiian Studies (Tu’u)

Tuesday:

7:00-8:00 Yoga Power Hour (Daina)

8:30-9:30 Tranzendance/Soma (Daina)

8:50-12:00 Figure Draw Paint (Richard & Friends)

10:30-11:30 Kundalini Yoga Basics( Dennis)

1:00-2:30 Aquatastics Healing Movement (Sarah Joy)

3:00-4:30 Lahala Weaving (Auntie Lynda)

4:00-6:00 Volleyball

4:30-6:00 Vinyasa Yoga (Jared)

7:30-Hula (Jonathan)

Wednesday:

6:45- 7:45 Tai Chi / Qi Gong (Alice)

8:30-10:00 Hatha Yoga Basics (Maxwell)

10:30-12:00 Inner Wave Movement Meditation(Ayako)

2:30-4:00 Osho’s Active Meditation (Shola)

4:30-6:15 Practical Yoga (Will)

7:45 Transcendance (Shola)

Thursday:

6:30-7:30 Vinyasa Yoga (Sophia)

8:30-10:00 Yin Yoga (Caroline)

10:30-12:00 Anasara Yoga (Amma)

10:30-12:00 Intuitive Aquatic Movement (Maxwell)

2:30-4:30 Free Watsu Sessions with Sarah Joy(Sign up at Guest Services)

4:00-6:00 Volleyball

4:30-6:00 Vinyasa Yoga (Jared)

7:30-9:00 Huna Healing Circle (Stewart)

Friday:

6:30-7:45 Silent Movement Dive Meditation (Ayako)

8:30-10:00 Pilates (Marjane)

10:30-12:15 Practical Yoga (Will)

2:00-3:30 Contact Improv (Joel)

4:30-6:00 Intuitive Yoga (Maxwell)

7:30 Lapa’au Healing Arts (Harry Jim)

Saturday:

7:00-8:00 Wu Ji Zen Qi Gong (Craig & Stevie)

8:30-10:30 Restorative Yoga (Caroline)

8:50-12:00 Figure Drawing/Painting (Richard & Friends)

10:45-12:00 Qi Gong (Nadia)

2:30-4:00 Dancing with the Elements (Shizuno)

4:30-6:00 Contemporary Dance (Daina)

7:30 Burlesque (Thundering Grace)

Click here to view the schedule

Upcoming Workshops:

Click Here!

Our Center is located right in the heart of Pahoa Village across from Kaleo’s restaurant. For an updated schedule of classes and offerings visit our calendar on our website

Click here to visit the Kupukupu Center website!

Mondays
3:30-4:30pm BREAKDANCING with Abassi (all ages)
6-7pm HIP & HOT YOGA with Daina

Tuesdays
Tuesdays 8-9:30am DEEP STRETCH YOGA & MEDITATION with Greg (starting Dec. 4, 2012)
6:30-8:30pm CAPOEIRA Angola with FICA (all ages)

Wednesdays
9-10:30am VINYASA FLOW YOGA with Greg (starting Dec. 5, 2012)
3-4:00 pm Ballet for Kids with Daina(ages 4 and up)
5-6:15pm YOGA with Inspiration with Marina
6:30-7:30pm FLAMENCO, ZAMBRA DANCE with Nicki Conti (starting Dec.5th, 2012)

Fridays
6:30-8pm POWER YOGA TO MUSIC with Greg (starting Dec. 7, 2012)

Saturdays
1:30-2:30pm "What is HYPNOSIS-Q&A " with Susan Bambara
meets on the 2nd and 3rd Saturdays of the month. Next one is Nov. 17th.
Click here to see details: Calendar of Events

Click on the logo to learn more about SPACE

Farmer’s Market every Saturday from 8:00am – 12:30pm. NOW ACCEPTING EBT!All local products. Fresh vegetables, food, crafts, clothing, plants,massage, and more. Come for shopping and socializing! Spaces for vendors are available. Contact SPACE for details (info).

Free wireless internet access is available during the Farmers Market. Bring your laptops and web-surf at SPACE!

Ongoing Classes:

Hiccup Circus. Monday and Wednesdays 2:45pm – 4:45pm For kids (ages 7+)
$3/class. Interested in learning to juggle? Ride a unicycle? Walk on
stilts? Come to our class to learn these skills as well as acrobatics,
mini-tramp, clowning and aerial silks. Cost $3 per class.

If you are an instructor and would like to hold classes at SPACE, please

contact Jenna to discuss scheduling and rental agreements

(info). We would love to work with you.

Swing Dancing with Dave Rave on Monday at 7:30pm

Aerial Training. Luna Sophia is holding an adult aerial training session on Wed.. 5:00 – 6:30pm. By donation.

Adult Juggling Club Thursday evenings 7-9 pm

Questions? Call 965-8756

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HAWAIIAN SANCTUARY

1/2 Mile South of Pahoa on the right at Mile Marker 12, Hwy 130:

Hawaiian Sanctuary is a permaculture farm in Puna. We use the word sanctuary in our name because we like to give our friends and family a place to get away from the day-to-day challenges of life and to come rejuvenate with us.

Join the Health Community to tend to your body’s best! We have daily classes to support body, mind, spirit with some of the best teachers in Hawaii. Join us at the 12 mile marker, Hwy 130 outside of Pahoa for daily classes for your well being.

Classes are $8-15 sliding scale donation. See below for schedule and email for questions:

Manifest Mondays 9am, Cleansing Yoga with Holly (gentle kriyas and morning hatha)
4:45pm, Keiki Hula
6-8:00pm Hula with Kumu Ehulani (last class on Monday, Dec. 17th)

Tune-In Tuesdays
8am Yoga Flow with Siobhan
9am Permaculture Practices – Hands in the Earth Practice Hands (come dressed ready to play in the fields!)
10am Osho Meditation with Shola
5pm Kung fu with Sifu James

Wellness Wednesdays
9am Kundalini Yoga with LaHea
4pm Hatha Yoga with Terra Ann
6-8pm Adult Hula

Thriving Thursdays
9am-Noon Hawaiian Planting Class with Permaculture Expert, Wade Bauer ($12 and includes Farm Lunch)
5pm Kung fu with Sifu James (great for keiki and parents!)

Fantastic Fridays
9:00 Anasara Yoga with Kate

*Classes canceled on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, & New
Year’s Day.

Other Special Upcoming Concerts & Training Certifications
*Friday, January 4th @ 9am: Sacred Sound Healing Workshop
(www.hervoiceheals.com/sacred-sound-workshop/ )
*January 5th-20th: 200-Hour Cloud Nine Yoga Teacher Training & In-depth
Study (www.cloudnineyoga.com)
*January 12th/13th, 19th/20th, February 2nd/3rd, 9th/10th
& March 2nd/3rd: Earth Medicine Institute’s Wild Crafter
Certification (www.earthmedicineinstitute.com)

Hawaiian Sanctuary is now accepting volunteers daily and is looking for volunteer angels to help as kitchen aids & more for our upcoming retreats!! Visit inspire if you are interested!

Click here for more details & Hawaiian Sanctuary current schedule!

See Holiday Schedule below!

Dec. 19th

Open House – 4:00 pm

Chanting – 5:45 pm

CHRISTMAS CHOIR CONCERT – 6:15 pm

Potluck and Christmas Party – 7:00 pm

Santa is coming!

Dec. 22nd

Annual 8-hour Christmas meditation

Dec. 24th
Caroling in Hilo – 10:00 am

Midnight Candlelight Christmas Service – 11:00 pm

For the whole family–sacred music; chanting, storytelling and ritual.

Dec. 31st

New Years Eve Party – 7:00 pm

A drug and alcohol free celebration for the whole family: community art projects; music, great food and fire ceremony to ring in the new year!

Jan. 5th

All day silent retreat; evening kirtan and ceremony

Jan. 6th
Yogananda’s Birthday Celebration
Sunday morning meditation; family service, and Yogananda’s Birthday Celebration

Click here to learn more about Polestar Gardens!

December 2012
Saturday, December 1, Showtime at 7:00PM
Anela Strings, Music of a Higher Place. This holiday concert presents harpist and percussionist Kristin Aria Shaw and harpist/keyboardist Irminsul bringing music unheard before. The harmonious marriage of the harp’s ancient and stirring sound, heart-thumping percussion and expansive electronic vistas create a tether from the here and now to the Everywhere. This concert is alchemy of vibration that lifts, inspires and most of all, convinces us of the shining light of our true natures. Held at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. Tickets are $16 or $14 for VAC members and can be purchased in person or over the phone by calling (808) 967-8222.

Saturday & Sunday, December 1 & 2, 10:00AM-4:00PM
6th Annual Paradise Studio Tour. An eclectic group of artists open their studios with guest artists (13 studios with 45 artists). Meet the artists, see demonstrations, talk story and purchase art directly from the makers. Featuring paintings, pottery, fiber art, mosaics, glass, jewelry, wood… too many to mention! 10% of all proceeds will be donated to art programs at local area schools. Held throughout Hawaiian Paradise Park in Keaau, 10 miles outside Hilo. Download a full color brochure including artist information and a studio map at www.paradisestudiotour.com. For more information call (808) 557-0931 or (808) 982-9839

Mondays at 9:30AM & Saturdays at 11:00AM
December 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24 & 31
Niaulani Nature Walk – Free Guided Rain Forest Tour in Volcano. This one-hour nature walk travels through a lush portion of an old-growth Hawaiian rain forest on an easy, 1/7-mile loop trail. The walk introduces individuals, families, and groups to the native plants and birds of Volcano. Guides focus not only on the biological, ecological, and geological features of the area, but also the cultural usages of flora and fauna by native Hawaiians. Offered every Monday and Saturday at VAC’s Niaulani Campus in Volcano Village. Free; donations welcome.

Mondays, December 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31, 5:30PM-6:30PM

ZUMBA! Ongoing every Monday. Join Meagan for this addictive "dance party" exercise set to exotic rhythms and high-energy Latin and international music. Before participants know it, they’re getting fit and their energy levels are soaring! There’s no other fitness class like a Zumba! It’s easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating, often building a deep-rooted community among returning students. Held every Monday except holidays at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. Just show up, no registration required. Classes are $5.

Mondays at 7:30AM, Tuesdays & Thursdays at 5:30PM
December 3, 4, 6, 10, 11, 13, 17, 18, 20, 24, 25 & 27
Yoga with Emily Catey. Relax your body and rejuvenate your soul in this gentle and peaceful class. The focus is on stretching and releasing both physical and mental tension. Classes are offered on Monday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday evenings, open to both beginning and intermediate students at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. $10 drop in fee or $5 for VAC members.

Wednesdays, on break in December, returns January 2 at 5:30PM
Kanikapila Jam Sessions are open to all musicians. Bring your instrument and enjoy "garage style" jamming with your neighbors and community. Donations are appreciated. Ongoing at VAC’s Niaulani Campus.

Fridays, December 7, 14, 21 & 28, 11:00AM-1:00PM

Aloha Fridays. Every Friday, a free hands-on demonstration lesson is given in a cultural craft that will vary from week to week. Held on the VAC Gallery lanai in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. All Aloha Friday events are free, though donations are welcome and park entrance fees apply.

Sunday, December 9, 4:00PM-5:30PM

Medicine for the Mind, Buddhist Healing Meditation. Everyone longs for happiness in external conditions, expecting people and things to be the source of the satisfaction we seek. In these classes, we will look at Buddha’s teachings on finding happiness inside – in states of mind that are the cause of inner peace. We will engage in meditations to train our mind in the inner causes of fulfillment and discover a lasting source of happiness. Held at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. Everyone is welcome and classes are free though donations are accepted. For more information contact Buddhist student Patty Johnson at (808) 985-7470.

For more information visit www.volcanoartcenter.org, www.dvarez.com, or call the gallery at (808) 967-7565.

‘Social Permaculture- Building Connections’

Jan. 15 – 20, 2013 See: www.newculturehawaii.org

Early registration discount: Pay in full before December 1st, 2012 and get $50 discount.

This camp will be a deep personal growth experience held near Pahoa, on lush, permaculture, rainforest land. Join us in co-creating safe, nurturing, intimate, inspiring community! Come celebrate, be challenged, and enjoy yourself on the land as we share our talents, hearts and knowledge with each other.

Our rich program will have a focus on creating connections and living together, including:

Communication Skills, Theater Games, Tantra Pujas, Heartbeat Cuddle Sessions, ZEGG Forums, Cuddle puddles, gender circles, and a Cabaret talent night!
The daily schedule will include morning yoga, ZEGG-style forums for emotional connecting, three meals and time for workshops led by campers.

REGISTRATION: See web for registration form, and send to Winter Camp at Laakea, c/o Amani Denholm, 12-1093 Kaimu Makena Homestead Rd. Pahoa, HI 96778. 640-7420 amaniji.d

NC WINTER CAMP at La’akea: $375- $500 Sliding Scale (includes full program, camping/dorm, all meals). Discounts for locals who are staying in their own homes, or not eating the food! Early registration discount: Pay in full before December 1st, 2012 and get $50 discount. For more information about the program, go Here

Also, there will be a 5 day campout on the Kona side!
at a private farm on the sunnier side of the island. This time will be less structured down time as we continue to deepen our connections to each other and with nature. The Kona portion is reserved for those who participate in the La’akea camp, so that we can have more time with those we have already bonded with.See web site for details! Register separately for this section with Anjalisa. Questions? Email or call her at(808) 885-6040 Anjalisa Aitken

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Sundays
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This Sunday we are pleased to announce that we will not only be hosting Agape Live Streaming With Michael Beckwith in the Hall, we will also have the extreme pleasure of a visit and a Dharma Talk
(truth talk) by our friend, Khampa, a Tibetan monk.

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Nothing short of reality-shifting, her workshops in Australia sell out consistently, therefore booking is essential!With an unwavering intent to empower her brothers and sisters, Chrissie facilitates with massive certainty,

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Local Farmer’s Markets:

Kalapana Wednesday Night Market & Entertainment-Cancelled!!!!!
Uncle Roberts in Kaimu (next to the Kalapana Village Cafe) 5-9 pm.Great Atmosphere, food and live music!

Upcoming Events at VAC

Aloha VAC ‘Ohana ~

Please enjoy the latest calendar of events from Volcano Art Center! For more information on any of these listings, feel free to contact us at our Niaulani Campus in Volcano Village at (808) 967-8222 or info.

Space is limited and classes fill up quickly so please call or stop by our offices to register in advance. Mahalo!

PATH Events Update

PATH Events Update November 14, 2012

PATH Mission

To safely connect the people and places on Hawaii island with pathways and bikeways.

Since 1986.

Board of Directors

Jeff McDevitt, MD

Todd Holdcroft

Laura Dierenfield

Michael J. Riehm, AIA

Janet Higa-Miller

Monica Scheel, MD

Robert Ward

PATH 2012 Events

November 16th –

Lavaman Sunset 5km, Sheraton Keauhou, 5 pm

Please click here to make a tax deductible donation to PATH. Mahalo for your support!

Lavaman Keauhou Sunset 5k: Nov 16, 5:15pm

Lavaman Kickoff Event to benefit PATH Bike Ed –

Please join us for the Lavaman Keauhou Sunset 5k Family Fun Run this Friday evening at 5:15 pm at the beautiful Sheraton Kona at Keauhou Bay Convention Center.

Today (Wed) is the last day for Early In-Person Registration at Bike Works Kona and Big Island Running Company.

All proceeds will benefit the PATH Bike Ed Program which teaches Hawaii Island 4th graders critical bike handling skills.

Entry Fees:

Early Registration: just $20 adults and $10 keiki – expires 11/14

Late Registration : just $25 adults and $15 keiki – race day beginning
at 3:00 pm at Sheraton Keauhou Convention Convention Center

To download an entry form please visit our website www.pathhawaii.org

Please let us know at sharetheroad if you like to be a volunteer

Mahalo once again for your support!

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Run for the Dry Forest – recap

The Run for the Dry Forest was a Huge Hit!

Photo by Bob Fewell www.alohafoto.com

For more photos check out the PATH and Pu‘u Wa‘awa‘a Facebook pages.

For complete race results please visit: JTL Timing’s Results Page

If you’d like help out in the Dry Forest restoration efforts beginning this month please contact Elliott Parsons at eparsons

Also, remember to check out the hiking trails at Pu’u Wa’awa’a.

Mahalo for your support of our fragile dry forests.

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Please consider making an additional tax deductible donation to PATH.

Mahalo!

John D Simmerman, MS

Director of Programs, Events & Development, PATH

PATH – Peoples Advocacy for Trails Hawaii

www.pathhawaii.org

808-326-7284

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Big Island Auto Rentals

Big Island Car Rental

Big Island Auto Rentals

Aloha,

We have reliable used cars that we rent at a big discount when compared to the major companies. If you’re looking to save some money and support small local business, please contact us regarding your Big Island Car Rental. Hilo airport pick-up is not a problem. (fee for Kona)
Please contact us for a reservation and quote at 808-938-8084 call
We accept credit cards and cash and sometimes barter.

Toyota Avalon Car six seater
or 2×4 04 Rodeo
1 day $60
3 days $90
7 days $200
30 days $600

01 Odessey Van
7 seats plus
1 day $60
3 days $125
7 days $275
30 days $900

4X4 94 Isuzu Trooper stickshift(5 speed)
1 day $60
3 days $90
7 days $200
30 days $600

4X4 94 isuzu Trooper automatic
1 day $60
3 days $125
7 days $275
30 days $900

MAHALOs

Cell 808-938-8084 secondary 808-936-6347

Email bigisandautorentals.com

www.bigislandautorentals.com

Private Rental Car or Van or 4×4 Trooper – $30

Big Island Car Rental for Hio Kona and Pahoa!

Aloha,

I have reliable used cars that we rent at a big discount when compared to the major companies. If you looking to save some money and support small local business, please contact me regarding your Big Island Car Rental. Hilo airport pick-up is not a problem. (fee for Kona)

Please contact us for a reservation and quote at 808-936-6347 call or text
I accept credit cards and cash and sometimes barter.

Toyota Avalon Car

six seater
1 day $60
3 days $90
7 days $200
30 days $600

90 chevy Van
7 seats plus or Cargo
1 day $60
3 days $90
7 days $200
30 days $600
Use as Moving Van or a Camp out of it

4X4 94 Isuzu Trooper stickshift(5 speed)
1 day $60

3 days $90
7 days $200
30 days $600

4X4 94 isuzu Trooper automatic
1 day $60
3 days $125
7 days $275
30 days $900

Call me at 808-936-6347 or text

MAHALOs

Michael W. Hale

Cell or Text 808-936-6347
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www.PahoaOnline.com
www.MichaelWHale.com (Resume)

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Invitation: PATH Annual General Meeting

Aloha PATH Members!

PATH will hold its 25th Annual General Meeting on June 6th, 6pm at the Kona Outdoor Circle. To mark our 25th anniversary, we will launch our Big Island Trails and Bikeways Guide. Attend the meeting and be one of the first to get the guide which includes some of our favorite little known places to walk, hike, and ride.

There will be information about the formation of our new Facilities Committee and Development Committee, and attendees will have an opportunity to join. We will also be voting for our Board of Directors.

Guests of PATH members are welcome.
Refreshments will be provided.

Looking forward to seeing you on the 6th!

Location
The Kona Outdoor Circle is located at 76-6280 Kuakini Highway in Kona. Click here to view a map.

Safely connecting the people and places on Hawai`i Island with pathways and bikeways. Since 1986

Mahalo for your support!

sharetheroad – 326-PATH (7284)

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