Come learn how to make ti leaf lei and support the UH Hilo Agriculture Club at Plaza Market Monday! Fresh Local Produce Plant Sale Big Island Booch Kombucha Crafts Free workshops all day When: 10am-2pm Monday, March 10 10am-2pm Monday, March 17 Where: UH Hilo Campus Center Plaza Ongoing workshops presented […]
When a disaster strikes will you be prepared? AmeriCorps Hilo Improvement Program Presents: Disaster Preparedness-Lessons Learned Workshop Featured Speaker: Darryl Oliveira Learn about Tsunamis, Earthquakes, Tropical Storms and skills for business, community, individual, family preparedness with a behind the scenes view of the County Civil Defense Center Thursday, March 20th 5:30pm-8:00pm Located at HI County […]
Arthur Rosenfeld has penned 14 critically acclaimed books, most recently Tai Chi – The Perfect Exercise. In it he offers a guide to the myriad mental and physical benefits of this ancient martial art, including easing chronic pain and illness, dealing with stress and resolving conflicts. His prize-winning novels have focused on Chinese philosophy and martial […]
Please join us this Wednesday, February 26, at 5:30pm at the East Hawaii Cultural Center for our annual membership meeting. Click the link for details!
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The Hilo DIA would like to say mahalo to so many people who helped pull off the 12th Annual Chinese New Year Festival, this last Saturday in Kalakaua Park. It is so amazing to see our beloved community get behind an event that has become cherished tradition. From the Lion Dancers, who came over from […]
Saturday February 8, 2014 Schedule of Events 9:00 am Big Island Shaolin Arts Lion Dance Blessings of Benjamin Moore Paint What Matters project area – Kamehameha Ave. to Kalakaua St. At Kalakaua Park Mistress of Ceremonies Desiree Moana Cruz 10:00 am Lion Dance Blessings Open Festival with Firecrackers at EHCC, Hawaii Museum of Contemporary […]
Our Major Sponsors: Benjamin Moore, HPM Building Supply, HomeStreet Bank, & Na Makua. Other Great Sponsors: Day-Lum Properties & Management, Extreme Exposure Fine Art Gallery, Garden Exchange, Basically Books, Hana Hou, Hilo Farmers Market, Reuben’s Mexican Restaurant, & The Most Irresistible Shop in Hilo. Special Thanks to: Lily Chow, County of Hawaii Dept. of Parks […]
Hilo DIA’s First Friday Event Series Presents: February 7, 2014 First Friday Schedule of Events Chinese New Years “Eve” Celebration 6:30PM: Bayfront Kava Bar~ Live music from Cory French, Kirk Archer, & Friends 7:00PM: Crib~ 10% of all regular priced items with some exclusions. Tiny Bubbles~ Keiki face painting & art projects 8:00PM: Basically Books~ Sidewalk sale and […]
12th Annual Hilo Chinese New Year Festival Celebrating the Year of the Horse in Downtown Hilo! KUNG HEE FAT CHOY!
Saturday February 8, 2014 from 10 am – 3 pm at Kalakaua Park in downtown Hilo. There will be food and craft vendors, live entertainment, information booth, live martial arts demonstrations, Lion Dance performance, and a FIREWORK show. Hope to see you there to support our local community event. The event is free to the public, brought to you […]
Kicking Off the New Year with a Bang: Downtown Hilo Prepares for Benjamin Moore to Paint Downtown and More!
We’re excited to share news that Hilo’s Downtown refresh from leading paint manufacturer, Benjamin Moore, as part of its Main Street Matters program starts tomorrow! Hilo is the one of 20 communities across North America to launch the project. Local events this weekend will kickoff the painting and recognize Hilo for its efforts to bring the […]
DOWNTOWN HILO’S RED & WHITE NIGHT – 2013 Schedule of Events 5 p.m. Grand Central Station Opens at ConnectionsPublicCharterSchool, KressBuilding Kalakaua Park: Christmas Tree Lighting & Caroling Flash Mob Around Downtown Coldwell Banker Day-Lum Properties: Hawaiian Slack Key Guitarist Firmin Olivera KTA: Karaoke by Cary Suefuji, Pam Kagamida & $7 Steak plate off the grill […]
Come down to Basically Books on, Saturday, November 30, 2013 at 2:00 pm for a locally and historically significant literary event. David Kawika Eyre retired Kamehameha Schools educator presents and reads Kamehameha: The Rise of a King. A new book highlighting the people, places, and events that shaped Kamehameha’s Life. Please call thestore at 961-0144 for more […]