WEST HAWAII TODAY | BIG ISLAND ENTERTAINMENT SCENE FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2017 | 11 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT with savings that’ll get you ready for the new year! SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE 1/10 – 1/22/17. VALID AT BIG ISLAND HPM STORES ONLY. AVAILABILITY OF ITEMS SHOWN IN THIS AD MAY VARY BY STORE. NO RAINCHECKS. ITEMS MAY NOT BE EXACTLY AS SHOWN. EVERYTHING All Interior & Exterior RedSeal Paints $1095 SAVE $15 REG. 25.99 23 Gallon Black Highboy Trash Can 8789 (TI0032) $15095 SAVE $249 REG. 399.99 Karcher 6.6 Gallon NT 25/1 AP Wet/Dry Vac 3466 (1.184-868.0) $595 SAVE $6 REG. 11.99 SuperClean Cleaner & Degreaser 1 Gallon. 3560 (101723) $699 SAVE $5 REG. 11.99 Fast Orange Hand Cleaner 1 Gallon. 7012724 (25219) FOLK book sale The Friends of the Libraries, Kona will hold a book sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday on the lanai of the Kailua-Kona Public Library. Proceeds from sales help support the needs of Kona libraries. Volunteers are welcome and book donations are accepted. A special discount is offered to teachers with ID. Info/volunteer: 322-0077. Travel book club meets Tuesday Kona Stories hosts a travel book club discussing “The Road to Little Dribbling: Adventures of an American in Britain” by Bill Bryson on Tuesday. The group meets at 6:30 p.m. at the store. Book groups are free if books are purchased at Kona Stories, or a $5 donation is requested. In 1995, Iowa native Bryson took a motoring trip around Britain to explore that green and pleasant land. The uproarious book that resulted, “Notes from a Small Island,” is one of the most acute portrayals of the United Kingdom ever written. Two decades later, Bryson, now a British citizen, set out again to rediscover his adopted country. In “The Road to Little Dribbling,” he follows a straight line through the island from Bognor Regis to Cape Wrath and shows us every pub, stone village, and human foible along the way. Info: Brenda or Joy, 324-0350, www.konastories.com. EVERYTHING dormitory accommodations. The film shoot will occur over six consecutive days on location at the west side parks and trails in May. The deadline to apply is Feb. 15. Submit applications to email@example.com with “NATIONAL PARKS FILMS” in the subject line. The email should include two photos (a wide body shot and a face close-up), height/weight, and a short paragraph that conveys your passion for Hawaiian History and Culture. Those unable to send an email can send the items via postal mail to Rae Godden, Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park, 73-4786 Kanalani St, #14, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740. The Park Service will contact applicants if they are selected for further review. Info: Jackie Pualani Johnson, 937-6600. Calls for entry Vans announces Custom Culture Art competition Vans is inviting high school art students throughout the country to join in the eighth annual Vans Custom Culture art competition to embrace youth creativity and support arts education. School art teachers can register their classes to compete for the grand prize of $50,000 toward its art program by creating their most artistic and inventive designs using blank Vans shoes as their canvas. Four runner-ups schools will receive $4,000 for art programs. Classes will be provided with four pairs of blank Vans shoes, which they will re-imagine to represent four themes of the Vans’ “Off the Wall” lifestyle. They will be submitting their creations for multiple rounds of judging until five finalist are chosen and awarded an all-expense paid trip to Los Angeles to showcase their designs to a panel of celebrity judges. Registration ends Feb. 10. To register, visit www. customculture.vans.com.- ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT ➠ Continued from page 10 Get some ink! Email press releases to entertainment@ westhawaiitoday.com at least two weeks ahead of an event.
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