Press Release from the Pahoa Plan

For immediate release:

Aloha All,

Here is the latest update about the Pahoa Plan. On Saturday, May 19, Pahoa Plan Working Group volunteers came together for the first time to attend an orientation session at the Pahoa Museum from 2-4 pm. The Working Groups (WGs) are expanding ranks to include all those who want to participate in the process and work with one or more WGs.

To that end, all four Working Groups will meet together NEXT SATURDAY, JUNE 2ND, 1-3 PM at the NANAWALE LONGHOUSE. You are welcome to attend to find out more about the working group process and/or join in. The only requirement for participation is your interest in the future of Pahoa Town!

To reach the Nanwale Long House, take Highway 132 towards Kapoho (aka Pahoa-Kapoho Road) from the intersection of Highways 130 & 132. Go approximately 1 mile, then turn left onto Nanawale Blvd. Drive 1 mile until you come to a stop sign. The Long House is on your right, at the intersection of Nanawale Blvd. and Kehau Street, and there’s plenty of parking. Nanawale office phone: 965-8080 www.nanawale.com

Regards,

The Pahoa Plan Steering Committee

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News Release for Pahoa Plan Meetings

Aloha All….this is for immediate release…thanks for helping the Pahoa Regional Town Center be as open to the public as it possibly can be. We need to preserve the Historic Pahoa Village as much as we can for future generations to enjoy.

Mahalo nui…

Mark Hinshaw

Steering Committee

Pahoa Regional Town Center

Pahoa Plan Meeting Schedule.pdf

PRTC Flow Chart.pdf

WG Orientation Final.pdf

Pāhoa Plan Working Groups

Orientation Meeting

Saturday, May 19th, 2 – 4 p.m.

The Pāhoa Village Museum

(Across from Luquin’s Restaurant & the Akebono Theater)

Help write the Pāhoa Plan! (The Pāhoa Regional Town Center Plan)

The Working Group orientation meeting is taking place on Saturday, May 19th, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
at the Pāhoa Village Museum. Please come and check it out! Sign-up sheets will be available if you
choose to get involved. The Working Groups are listed below with examples of focus topics pertaining
to Pāhoa Town. The precise focus topics for each Working Group will be subject to the results from
the Pāhoa Plan Survey.

Out of Pāhoa
Cultural and Scenic Resources
Parks & Green Space

Land Use & Zoning:
Residential, Commercial, Industrial
Agriculture
Economic Development
Social Services
Housing
Public Safety
Sanitation & Wastewater

Transportation

Preservation of Historic,

Pedestrian Access
Sidewalks & Boardwalks
Parking
Bike Trails
Bus Stops

Pāhoa Design District

A Special District Plan …
for Pāhoa’s Central Corridor
“To preserve & perpetuate Pāhoa’s design
character & natural setting representative of
Pāhoa’s historic development” … and
“To foster a pedestrian-oriented character in
the town center” (Excerpts from the Puna
Community Development Plan)

Results from the Pāhoa Plan Survey will provide the foundation for the Pāhoa Plan – and over
500 Pāhoa area citizens have been heard from so far! The Working Groups will have a good
idea of how the greater Pāhoa community feels on a broad range of topics and will use this
information to help write the plan that will establish policy for growth and development in and
around Pāhoa Town.

The Working Groups are a volunteer effort with an anticipated time span of approximately
6 months. The end result of the effort will be the final draft of the Pāhoa Regional Town Center
Plan which will then be presented to the County of Hawaii for acceptance as a legally binding
document.

Come and share your mana’o with others!
Setting is casual … please bring a chair or pillow for seating.

Learn More: www.tinyurl.com/pahoaplan

Questions? pahoaplan

Puna Happenings!!!!

Puna Happenings is delivered free of charge to the Community as a service.
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You can now post your events and classes on our Calendar!

View the Puna Happenings Calendar here & post your events!
In This Issue
Kupukupu Center!
Shakti’s Meridian Tapping Circle-this Wed. in Rainbow Room at Kalani!
A One Woman Comeday Show: May 11th!
Iris Eve-Pahoa Village Club-May 11th!
Dances of Universal Peace-Next one May 5th!
Polestar Gardens-
Kalani! Trance Dance this Saturday!
Hawaiian Sanctuary Schedule!-This weekend Hula & Pono Playshop!
SPACE Markets and Classes!
Puna Meditation Circle Now Mondays & Thursdays. 5:00-6:00 at Ramashala
Agape LoveStreaming-New Time is 8:15 am!
Local Farmer’s Markets
We saved SPACE!
CCongratulations and Mahalo for everyone’s support in writing testimonies and showing up at the Planning Commision meeting!!!

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Shakti’s Tapping Corner

The 2012 World Tapping Summit is here starting on Monday!!!!!

Click here to sign up now for the FREE Summit!

I am so thrilled to be offering a new
coaching program which builds on the idea of Tapping into Miracles and gives you individual tailored tapping to fit your particular needs.The group will be a 3 month program & will use my Tapping into Miracles audios as a base. We will then have 6 live calls via telephone for specific tapping.To see if this program is for you, go here to learn more!!

Kupukupu Center for Arts and Healing!
Located behind Lola’s Boutique in downtown Pahoa.

A Puna community resource center offering classes in the performing arts, healing arts, and earth arts.

Check out their Website to find out what is happening there in May and see all the new classes being offered!

Check out their full calendar here!

One of my favorite artists!!!!
Click above to find out about Abbie’s work
Abbie created the Puna Happening’s logo!
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upcoming events in a calendar!
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Your Voice Counts!
Take the online Survey for the Pahoa Regional Town Center Plan!
The goal is to gather as many viewpoints as possible about why Pahoa Town matters to you. We need to hear what’s good about our town, what’s worth keeping, protecting, enhancing or creating anew. We also need to learn what you think about the things that might need improvement. We need to hear from folks who live in the Pahoa area, youth, adults, and elders, as well as from those who work or attend school here, have family or friends in the area, or simply care deeply about Pahoa Town.

Take the survey-online here
Deadline is extended until May 15, 2012

You can take a paper survey and drop it off at Pahoa Village Museum, Island Naturals, Lex Brodie’s, Pahoa Public Library or the District 5 County Council Office in Malama Market place

To find out more- go to the Pahoa Plan
website
http://tinyurl.com/pahoaplan

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Shakti’s Meridian Tapping Circle!

Wednesdays: Kalani (EMAX) 1:00-2:15pm $15 Come tap on your challenge, learn a new tool and the get the benefits of tapping with others.

Tapping into & Manifesting Miracles Group:
Manifesting Miracles Class meets on the New Moon which is the best time to claim our intentions & receive group empowerment as we ground our ideals & visions into purposeful action. We have the opportunity to bring our goals to completion through steady, sustained motivation.The class is co-facilitated by Rev. Raydiance Grace sharing her treasure chest of metaphysical strategies & visulizations with Shakti Martin guiding us with EFT, to clear away any sub-conscious blocks to manifesting what we want in our lives. In Leilani at Raydiance’s house, (May 22nd?) 4 to 6 pm. $10 suggested donation. Call for directions, 965-2600.

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DANCES OF UNIVERSAL PEACE At Polestar Community!
with Amara Karuna, Jai, and others.

A lovely chance for intimate spiritual connections. The Dances of
Universal Peace are simple, meditative, joyous, multi-cultural circle
dances that use sacred phrases, chants, music and movements from the
many spiritual traditions of the earth to touch the spiritual essence
within ourselves and recognize it in others.

At Polestar Community! Second Saturday evenings, with Amara,
Sheareen, Jai, and others. May 12th, Sat. Suggested Donation $5 Once per month at 7:00-9 pm, this is an adult focused meeting in a lovely sacred space, with lots of close parking.

On Noni Farms Road, the first large driveway on the right, at the

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Click here to view this week’s Kalani schedule of activities!

Wednesday, May 9

Mystic Thought
8:00pm – 10:00pm
Location: Lounge
Mystic Thought is a monthly opportunity for community members to gather and discuss all things esoteric.

This month’s topic: Portals

Starts at 8:00pm in The Lounge, Kalani.

Free admission.

Sunday, May 13th
Kalani Ecstatic Dance
10:30am – 12:30pm
Location: EMAX
Kalani Ecstatic Dance is a communal celebration of life and dance in our EMAX greenhouse facing the ocean. Come for a community dance, a great space, the familiar Sunday morning "spirit time", and focused, compassionate, spirited presenters.

Kalani Ecstatic Dances are every Sunday, for adults age 18 and older, $10 kama’āina, $15 regular. Snacks, ice cream and drinks are available for purchase at Hale Aloha.
Opening Circle is 10:30 to 10:45 am. Closing Circle is at 12:30 pm.

DJ: Wayne

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HAWAIIAN SANCTUARY

1/2 Mile South of Pahoa on the right at MileMarker 12, Hwy 130:

Hawaiian Sanctuary is a permaculture farm in Puna. We use the word sanctuary in our name because we like to give our friends and family a place to

get away from the day-to-day challenges of life and to come rejuvenate with

us.
Events This Month-Click on the event titles to learn more about them!

Plant Medicine Workshop
May 12/26

Compassionate Communication
6 week series begin May 14th

Yogasage Workshop
May 12

Click here for the Hawaiian Sanctuary current schedule!

Click on the logo to learn more about SPACE

Upcoming Events

Farmer’s Market every Saturday from 8:00am – 12:30pm. NOW ACCEPTING EBT!All local products. Fresh vegetables, food, crafts, clothing, plants,massage, and more. Come for shopping and socializing! Spaces for vendors are available. Contact Kelly for details (info).

Free wireless internet access is available during the Farmers Market. Bring your laptops and web-surf at SPACE!

Ongoing Classes

Swing Dance. Monday 7:30pm – 9:00pm. If you ever wanted to dance like
Fred Astair…well, we can’t promise you’ll learn that, but we DO promise to
teach you this:
– How to listen to the music and do what it asks of your body.
– How to get a good connection with your partner, lead and follow well.
– Basic (and later more advanced) Lindy Hop steps for couple dancing.
– Jazz steps for individual dancing – if you’re a juggler, prop
manipulator or anything related, this will add a whole new flavor to your
performance! By donation.

Hiccup Circus. Monday and Wednesdays 2:45pm – 4:45pm For kids (ages 7+)
$3/class. Interested in learning to juggle? Ride a unicycle? Walk on
stilts? Come to our class to learn these skills as well as acrobatics,
mini-tramp, clowning and aerial silks. Cost $3 per class.

Kids Silks Class. Thursdays 2:30 – 4:00pm. On-going class for kids age
7+ to learn aerial silks. Cost $5. With Maja, Hiccup Camp instructor.

Yoga/Pilates Tuesday 5:30 – 6:30pm. Instructed by Anna Sanner, this class
is a combination of yoga and pilates. All levels welcome, by donation.

Aikido. Thursday 5:30pm – 6:30pm. Aikido is a beautiful, flowing
Japanese martial art that focuses on creating a flawless connection with
your own and your opponent’s mind and body to achieve true victory. Most
attacks are derived from sword fighting. Grabs and open-handed blows are
prevalent. Defenses make use of the opponent’s momentum, direction of
attach, and body mechanics and often look circular, mostly ending in
throws, arm- or wrist-locks. Aikido philosophy states that true victory
means winning against your own weakness and achieving harmony with the
people and the world. Training aikido will improve your posture, body
coordination, and confidence. You will learn skills useful for self
defense, reducing stress levels, controlling your temper, and solving
problems in everyday life. By donation.

If you are an instructor and would like to hold classes at SPACE, please

contact Jenna to discuss scheduling and rental agreements

(info). We would love to work with you.

Questions? Call 965-8756

ONENESS BLESSING

May 26th
SATURDAY @ 6-7, 8-9 PM at MaeLou’s, Kapoho

May 27th
ONESNESS BLESSING
SUNDAY @ 3-4 PM at MaeLou’s, Kapoho
SUNDAY @ 6-7, 8-9 PM at Hawaiian Sanctuary
Call for directions 965-1345

LoveStreaming Every Sunday!
Come gather with kindred spirits to enjoy the music and teachings of Rev. Michael Beckwith in one of the most sacred and special places on the Island.
Sundays
Time:8:15am New Time!!!
Location: HPP
For more info. & directions-Click Here!

Local Farmer’s Markets:

Kalapana Wednesday Night Market & Entertainment
Uncle Roberts in Kaimu (next to the Kalapana Village Cafe) 5-9 pm.Great Atmosphere, food and live music!

Green Lake Friday Fruit Market:

10-5 Green Lake is located opposite the entrance to Kapoho Beach Lots

Great day to take a hike into Green Lake. $5
For visiting Green Lake & hiking on non-market days contact Smiley at 965-5500

SPACE Farmer’s Market

8am-12pm every Saturday at SPACE (Seaview Performing Arts Center for Education), 12-247 West Pohakupele Loop, Kalapana Seaview Estates. All local products, fresh vegetables, crafts, massage, and more. Call Jenna at 965-8756 for more info.

Pahoa Village Farmer’s Market

Large, covered, outdoor market with fresh fruits and vegetables, clothing and jewelry, food and coffee booths, music, kava bar, and more. 7 am-2 pm every Sunday, downtown Pahoa in the Akebono Theater/Luquin’s parking lot. For more info, contact Anthony at 965-9292.

Maku’u Farmer’s Market

8am-2pm, Sundays. Hawaiian crafts, plants, produce, jewelry, shells, ethnic and recycled clothing, food, live music, records/cds and books, from aproximately 150 vendors. Maku’u Farmer’s lot, Keaau/Pahoa Hwy. bypass road. Call Paula at 965-1441 for more info.

Kea’au Village Farmer’s Market

Fresh local farm produce featuring super sweet corn, flowers, handmade Hawaiian arts & crafts. 7 am to 5 pm every Friday. Produce available 7 am-5 pm, Tuesdays thru Saturdays.

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