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The Kamuela Philharmonic’s A Hawai‘i Homecoming at Kahilu Theater~Sunday October 7th!   Leave a comment

A Hawai‘i Homecoming

The Kamuela Philharmonic’s A Hawai‘i Homecoming celebrates the concert return of Anthony Arnone, acclaimed cellist, to Hawai‘i. Known throughout the islands, Mr. Arnone will perform one of Antonín Dvorák’s most famous works of music, Cello Concerto in B minor. This work is one of three pieces Dvorák composed in the United States – Cello Concerto, American Suite, and Symphony No. 9 from the New World. Showcasing the fantastic talents of Mr. Arnone is not the only highlight of this performance. Many of the talented musicians of the Philharmonic will be featured in Béla Bartók’s Rumanian Folk Dances. A compilation of folk tunes Bartók discovered through various gypsy encampments throughout Eastern Europe are presented in masterful form.

Date: 10/7/2018 (Sunday)

Address: Kahilu Theatre, 67-1186 Lindsey Rd, Waimea, HI 96743

Hours: 4:00pm – 6:00pm

Cost/Cover: Section A (Pink) : $50 / Section B (Blue) : $40 / Section C (Mustard) : $30 / Section D (Purple) : $15

Web Page:

Contact Info: 808-885-6868

Hope to see you there!

Warm Aloha~

Karen E. Bail


Fax: 808-883-2263



A Taste of the Hawaiian Range Agricultural Festival ~ September 29th!   Leave a comment

The island’s largest agricultural showcase is returning in 2018 with a new twist at a different location in Waimea, Hawai‘i Island!

Taste of the Hawaiian Range will be Saturday, Sept. 29, 2018 at Mana Christian ‘Ohana (Old Kahilu Town Hall) and the adjacent YMCA Minuke Ole Park in Waimea. The 2018 Taste will offer all-day agricultural-themed fun and educational activities before culminating with an evening tasting event showcasing locally produced food.

▪️Agriculture Festival:

The 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Agriculture Festival offers livestock displays, educational exhibits, local product sampling and sales, food trucks and beverages.

“Find out how to attract bees to your landscape, visit a “plant doctor” for help on garden questions and taste-test local beef jerky, breadfruit, honey and more,” suggests event co-chair Jeri Moniz.

Keiki can enjoy agricultural-themed activities and games; pony rides will be available for a nominal fee. Hawai‘i Island 4-H youth will offer a display of farm animals and a booth on how youngsters can join the project-based organization 4-H is marking 100 years in Hawai‘i during 2018.

▪️Indoor Classroom Presentations:

Learn how agriculture is the science, art and practice of producing food at agricultural and culinary-themed presentations 9 a.m.-4 p.m. in the five-classroom complex behind the Mana Christian ‘Ohana hall. In addition, there will be an all-day exhibit of invasive species.

Open to the public and geared to farmers, ranchers and culinarians, the free presentations will include Q&As. Talks will cover a wide range of topics: the Food Safety Modernization Act, invasive species, federal worker protection standards on proper pesticide use and safety, Hawai‘i tea production, agriculture technology with Smart Yields, best-use practices for beef carcass utilization and the cutting-edge GMO research and technology involving CRISPR-Cas9.

Leading the 2018 installment of Cooking Pasture-Raised Beef 101 is Chef Edwin Goto of Waimea’s Village Burger and Noodle Club. He will demonstrate how to prepare beef flank steak and pork belly 2:30-4 p.m.; the activity offers sampling. Tickets are $10 at the door or online.

▪️Evening Taste:

Featuring 20 culinary stations preparing pasture-raised meats and local produce, the 5:30-7:30p.m. Taste gala is both inside and out of the Mana Christian ‘Ohana hall and is open to 500 attendees.

Gala tickets are $50 online and at Parker Ranch Store; they will sell for $60 at the door if available.


▪️Saturday, September 29, 2018
▪️Mana Christian ʻOhana hall & YMCA Minuke Ole Park, Waimea, Hawaiʻi Island

Hope to see you there!

Warm Aloha~

Karen E. Bail


Fax: 808-883-2263


First Take With Science Friday in Hawaii! July 7th in Waimea!   Leave a comment

Science Friday In Hawai’i

On July 7th, enjoy First Take With Science Friday, live from the Aloha State!

Hawaii Public Radio presents “First Take With Science Friday” and welcomes host Ira Flatow to his first live appearance in the Aloha State.

Every week, Science Friday brings today’s most innovative and exciting scientists to your public radio airwaves. “First Take With Science Friday” will bring those same stimulating science stories to two Hawaiian stages.

At these science-themed evening conversations, you’ll join Ira as he interviews a local scientist—and, true to Science Friday form, you’ll be invited to ask your own questions and join the conversation. The events will be recorded for possible broadcast on future episodes of Science Friday.

Both evenings are exclusive to HPR members and tickets may be requested at time of donation. Seating is reserved and assigned on a first-come-first-served basis.

To purchase tickets, you must become or renew as an HPR station member. To do so, call (808) 955-8821 during business hours.

Accepted pledge amounts:

Pledge amounts of $75 ($6.25 per month) = a single reserved seat.

$100 ($8.33 per month) = a VIP ticket, which includes the opportunity to meet Ira Flatow at a pre-show reception, plus preferred seating. Limited quantity. VIP TICKETS IN HONOLULU SOLD OUT.

Discounted rates for group packages of two or more general or VIP seats also available online.

“First Take With Science Friday” is recommended for ages 12 and above. Running time is approximately 90 minutes without intermission.

When: Saturday, July 7, 2018 at 7:30 p.m

Where: Kahilu Theatre, 67-1186 Lindsey Rd., Waimea, HI 96743

Web Page: …

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Warm Aloha~

Karen E. Bail


Fax: 808-883-2263


Dagan Bernstein playing at Big Island Brewhaus on October 6th!    Leave a comment

Dagan Bernstein is playing at Big Island Brewhaus on October 6th! 

An expressive singing voice and rhythmic acoustic guitar playing are at the core of Big Island musician Dagan Bernstein’s “inspired folk music”. With the green hills of Waimea as his muse, Dagan writes songs that invite the listener to be moved, to think, and to be awakened to the world around them. 

The title track from his new EP “Change Something” (2016) was named the Big Island Music Awards Country/Folk Single of the year upon its release.

Date: 10/6/2017 (Friday) 

Time: 6:00 PM

Address: Big Island Brewhaus, Mamalahoa Hwy Kamuela, HI 96743

Genre: Singer-Songwriter, Folk, Hawaiian

Band Members: Dagan Bernstein

Hometown: Kamuela, HI

Photo + Article courtsey of:

Karen E. Bail, RB-16072


Fax: 808-883-2263