4 | FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2016 BIG ISLAND ENTERTAINMENT SCENE | WEST HAWAII TODAY ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Dr. Donald Nikaitani IS NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS AS A PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIAN IN KAILUAKONA, HAWAII Dr. Nikaitani is Board Certifi ed by the American Board of Internal Medicine specializing in the care of the adult patient. He is profi cient in cardiology, neurology, diabetes, heart disease, asthma, kidney and bladder, lung disease, stomach and intestines, endocrine disorders, and all other medical concerns including cold, fl u, and sore throat symptoms. Accepting most insurances including HMSA, BCBS, UHA, HMAA, HMA, UNITED HEALTH CARE, MDX, MEDICARE, CIGNA, AETNA, and KAISER ADDED CHOICE. Please call 808-329-1346 for an appointment. We treat you like family. Your health is our most important concern. Kona Kohala Health Care Svc. 75-137 Hualalai Road, Kailua-Kona, HI WEST HAWAII TODAY Breakfast all day? Yes way. Available breakfast items vary by location. At participating McDonald’s. ©2015 McDonald’s Continued on page 8 ➠ Hawaii Artist Collaboration auction Saturday The sixth annual Hawaii Artist Collaboration’s “Live & Silent” auction event is 4-7 p.m. Saturday at Holualoa Inn. Thirty-six artists from 14 disciplines traveled from near and far to participate in the collaboration celebrating “Holomua Kakou,” Hawaiian for “moving forward together.” Jewelers, painters, woodworkers, blacksmiths, ceramists, sculptors, and others, embarked on a weeklong journey of artistic collaboration that culminates in the auction event showcasing their creations. The public is invited to experience the results of the collaborations, meet and talk story with the artists, as well as bid on the live and silent auctions. There will also be wine and beer sampling, food and live music. A $30 donation is suggested to attend the event; keiki younger than age 12 enter free. All monies raised will be donated to Hawaii Island public school art teachers for classroom art supplies. Teachers can apply for funds at www.hawaiiartistcollaboration. org or at Akamai Art Supply in Kaillua-Kona. Info: www.hawaiiartistcollaboration.org Tai Lake sands a wood piece during last year’s event. LAURA SHIMABUKU/ WEST HAWAII TODAY Shows & events 16th annual Oktoberfest tonight Rotary Club of North Hawaii’s 16th annual Oktoberfest is this evening in Waimea. A benefit for grants and scholarships provided by the club, Oktoberfest runs from 5-8 p.m. at Pukalani Stables, located behind Parker Ranch Center. The event features a buffet, beer, music by the Honokaa Jazz Band, silent auction and a costume contest. Proceeds of the silent auction will benefit Waimea Country School. Tickets, which includes food and drinks, are $45 in advance and $50 at the door. They can be purchased online at www.oktoberfestrotary. com or from any North Hawaii Rotary Club member. Info: www. oktoberfestrotary.com. Inaugural Pig N’ Swig Saturday in Kona Rotary Club of Kona Sunrise hosts its inaugural Pig N’ Swig fundraising event Saturday at Hale Halawai. Proceeds from the event, which runs 5-9 p.m., benefit the Rotary Club for its youth scholarships and community service projects. In addition to a meal prepared by Big Island Grill, there will be Kona Brewing Co. beer, wine, coffee and dessert. Also planned is a bacon cook-off featuring local chefs, live entertainment, door prizes and live and silent auctions. Tickets are $25 and are available at Westside Wines, Queen K Tesoro, and Kailua Candy Co. Info: 769-8148 or www. konasunriserotary.org.
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