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WEST HAWAII TODAY | BIG ISLAND ENTERTAINMENT SCENE FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 2017 | 3 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT Shows & events Pro’s distinctive woodcut accompanied by a parent Holualoa welcomes prints celebrate native or an adult caregiver. flora and fauna of Hawaii. This program is free and summer this evening The Holualoa Ukulele sponsored by the Friends Gallery will again be hosting of the Libraries, Kona. Holualoa Village ushers the music of the Mauka High Info: www.folkhawaii.com. in summer from 5:30 until Notes on the front lanai of 8:30 p.m. this evening with the old Holualoa post office. Paint & Sip is Thursday it’s monthly Art-After-Dark First Friday celebration. Info: www. Habitat for Humanity West Hawaii, in partnership with Dave Lawrence will get holualoahawaii.com. the street party rockin’ and Hamilton comes Humpy’s Big Island Alehouse and local artists, will host a rollin’ at Koa Realty with hot guitar licks and blues to Kona: A historical Paint & Sip from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday benefiting while Andrew Sweeney will and musical experience Habitat for Humanity. offer vocals and piano tunes outside the Holualoa Gallery A cast of talented young June’s Paint & Sip will be taught by Leandra next to the Post Office. performers will perform Keuma from Circle of Life Barbara Hanson’s gallery in several numbers from the Work Of Art Studio in the Hamilton, the successful, in Hilo. She will be teaching participants how to paint Kona Hotel will be featuring soldout Broadway musical “Makalawena Sunset.” Bubba and his band playing created by Lin-Manuel Miranda from 3 to 4 p.m. on Tickets are $50 and include acoustic guitar and singing during the evening. Hanson Wednesday at the Kailua- all materials and two drinks. will also be debuting their Kona Public Library. They can be purchased at new line of Nioi chili pepper The entertaining and https://www.giveffect.com/ campaigns/4383-habitatwest sauce, with free samples. educational experience hawaii-paint-sip-june. Glyph Art Gallery describes the life of American Info/tickets: www. welcomes master woodblock revolutionary and Founding habitatwesthawaii.org. printmaker Andrea Pro, Father Alexander Hamilton. who will be sharing her art It is suitable for ages 8 and the process she uses. and up. Children must be Continued on page 6 ➠ ”Night Watch” a mixed medium piece made from wood and fabric by Anna Sullivan. COURTESY PHOTO/SPECIAL TO WEST HAWAII TODAY Firehouse Gallery hosts textile and fiber art exhibition During the month of June, the Firehouse Gallery in Waimea will present an exhibit of textile and fiber art. The show will include quilts, weavings, leis and all types of art work created using fiber products, including fabrics, yarns and threads. This unique collection of traditional and contemporary functional and decorative pieces will be available for viewing and purchase. There will be quilts, both patchwork and Hawaiian-style applique, plus original designs with a contemporary style. In addition, attendees will find woven works from the members of the Hawaii Island chapter of the Hawaii Hand Weavers Hui. The exhibit opened Wednesday and runs through June 24 at the Firehouse Gallery. The gallery is open Wednesday through Friday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Info: www.waimeaartscouncil.org. WEST HAWAII TODAY Words & Wine Tuesday, June 6th at 6pm Kona Stories presents: Talk story, listen to book readings, and enjoy complimentary light pupus and wine. Jill Marie Landis Tiki Goddess Mysteries Francene Hart Sacred Geometry of Nature Patricia Panahi Veil of Walls Kona Stories is located at the Keauhou Shopping Center Call 324-0350 or visit www.konastories.com KAHILU PRODUCES T H E M U S I C A L a b o u t f i t t i n g i n a n d s t a n d i n g o u t Directed by Beth Dunnington • Musical Direction by Phil Kadet Choreography by Noelani Anderson• Vocal Coaching by Val Underwood Featuring rising stars of the Big Island! 13 is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. KAHILUTHEATRE.ORG • 885.6868 • 67-1186 LINDSEY RD, KAMUELA, HI 96743


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