In This Issue
Pahoa Higher Learning Center Survey
Shakt’s Tapping Corner
Elections Registration Details
Hilo Harvest Fest. Nov. 10th
Taste of Pahoa-Nov. 9th!
Polestar Gardens-Silent Auction LIve Now on website!!
Hawaiian Sanctuary Schedule!-
Water Ceremony-Nov. 15th!
Volcano Art Center !
Free Screening-New Film-Nov. 15th
11/11-Do As One-One Day!
Local Farmer’s Markets-New Market in Pahoa on Fridays!a
The Really, Really Free Market (RRFM)
New Warrior Training Adventure
October 26-28, ManKind Project
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Shakti’s Tapping Corner
Shakti’s Meridian Tapping Circle!
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Click here to view this week’s Kalani schedule of activities!
Kalani Ecstatic Dance: Nov 4th!
10:30am – 12:30pm
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.
Wednesday, November 7
7:45pm – 10:00pm
Friday, November 9
Osho Meditation with Shola Ricco
9:00am – 5:00pm
Location: Blue Moon Room
2nd Annual Puna Culinary Festival, register at 808-965-7828 or at guest services. Visit punaculinaryfestival.com Space is limited See bold items below.
8:30-10:00 Yin Yoga (Jared)
2:00-4:00 Dessert Cooking Class (Register at Guest Services)
3:00-5:00 Joy of Art (Joy)
4:30-6:00 Vinyasa Yoga (Nicole)
7:00-8:15 Improv.Level 1 (Drew)
6:30-7:30 Tai Chi / Qi Gong (Alice
10-12:00 Gluten Free Cooking Class(Register at Guest Services)
10:30-12:00 Anasara Yoga(Amma)
2:30-4:30 Free Watsu Sessions with Sarah Joy(sign up at Guest Services)
7:00-8:00 Yoga Power Hour (Daina)
8:45-10:00 Tranzendance/Soma (Daina)
9:00-11:00 Xanadu Farm Tour (Register at Guest Services)
8:50-12:00 Figure Draw Paint (Richard & Friends)
10:30-11:30 Kundalini Yoga Basics( Dennis)
1:00-2:30 Aquatastics Healing Movement (Sarah Joy)
3:00-4:30 Lahala Weaving (Auntie Lynda)
4:30-6:00 Vinyasa Yoga (JaRed)
6:30-7:45 Meditation (Sonja)
9:00-4:00 Hilo Market and Coffee Tours (Register at Guest Services)
10:30-12:00 Inner Wave Movement Meditation(Ayako)
2:30-4:00 Pilates (Marjane)
4;30-6:15 Practical Yoga (Will)
6:30-7:30 Hatha/Vinyasa Yoga (Sophia)
8:30-10:00 Yin Yoga (Caroline
10:00-12:00 Unusual Produce Class (Register at Guest Services)
10:30-12:00 Anasara Yoga (Amma)
1:00-3:00 Dragon’s Eye Tour (Register at Guest Services)
2:30-4:30 Free Watsu Sessions with Sarah Joy(Sign up at Guest Services)
4:30-6:00 Vinyasa Yoga (Daina)
6:30 KAPONO Meeting
7:30-9:00 Huna Healing Circle (Stewart)
6:30-7:45 Silent Movement Dive Meditation (Ayako)
8:30-10:00 Vinyasa Yoga (Nicole)
10:00-12:00 Fermented/Raw Class (Register at Guest Services)
10:30-12:15 Practical Yoga (Will)
1:00-3:00 La’akea Farm Tour (Register at Guest Services)
2:30-4:00 Contact Improv (Joel)
7:00-8:00 Wu Ji Zen Qi Gong (Craig & Stevie)
8:30-10:30 Restorative Yoga (Caroline)
10:00-12:00 Luau Cooking Class (Register at Guest Services)
8:50-12:00 Figure Drawing/Painting (Richard & Friends)
4:30-6:00 Contemporary Dance (Daina)
6:00-9:00 Behind the Scenes Luau (Reserve at Guest Services)
Click here to view the schedule
Choir starting soon!
If you enjoy singing or would like to try, contact us soon about joining the Polestar Holiday Choir. Sacred, contemporary, and FUN music for all ages:
contact Dorian at (808) 640-1077
Silent Auction / Yard Sale Party/ Marimba Concert
We are delighted to announce that Polestar’s annual online silent auction is LIVE!
Click here for an early start on your Christmas shopping, and also the opportunity to support our non-profit. All of these contributions will go towards "phase two" of our community center (pictures coming soon) and our scholarship fund for deserving youth. Many, many thanks to those of you who have made contributions and it is still not too late! If you have a service, item or even a garage sale item to donate please call Bernadette at (808) 333-2679 or Ann at (808) 936-8518. (This can also be an excellent way to promote your business.)
Mark your calendars now for Saturday, November 10th and join us at Polestar’s 3rd annual Silent Auction Fundraiser Extravaganza! There will be many, many items for bid (and also for purchase) offering a perfect opportunity to start your Christmas shopping early while supporting a worthy cause; all proceeds will go towards the completion of phase two of our community center! With live marimba music from ‘Mwenje’, and plenty of pupus and desserts, this is an event not to be missed! Do you have an item or a service you would like to donate?
Call Bernadette at (808) 333-2679: all contributions are tax deductible.
Mahalo from all your friends at Polestar!
Click here to learn more about Polestar Gardens!
Our Center is located right in the heart of Pahoa Village across from Kaleo’s restaurant. For an updated schedule of classes and offerings visit our calendar on our website
Click here to visit the Kupukupu Center website!
~3:30-4:30pm BREAKDANCING with Abassi (all ages)
~6-7pm ZUMBA with Daina Fawn
~6:30-8:30pm CAPOEIRA Angola with FICA (all ages)
~8-9am MEDITATION with Daishin
~5-6:15pm YOGA with Inspiration with Marina
3-4pm BALLET FOR KIDS with Daina (ages 4 and up)
~1:30-2:30pm "What is HYPNOSIS-Q&A " with Susan Bambara
meets on the 2nd and 3rd Saturdays of the month!
Click here to see details: Calendar of Events
Click on the logo to learn more about SPACE
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 SPACE for details (info).
Free wireless internet access is available during the Farmers Market. Bring your laptops and web-surf at SPACE!
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.
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.
Swing Dancing with Dave Rave on Monday at 7:30pm
Aerial Training. Luna Sophia is holding an adult aerial training session on Wed.. 5:00 – 6:30pm. By donation.
Adult Juggling Club Thursday evenings 7-9 pm
Questions? Call 965-8756
1/2 Mile South of Pahoa on the right at Mile Marker 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.
Special Classes Coming up:
Compost Tea Technology Thursday, November 1st, 9am thru Garden Lunch. Check it out here!
Join the Health Community to tend to your body’s best! We have daily classes to support body, mind, spirit with some of the best teachers in Hawaii. Join us at the 12 mile marker, Hwy 130 outside of Pahoa for daily classes for your well being.
Classes are $8-15 sliding scale donation. See below for schedule and email for questions:
4:45pm, Keiki Hula
6pm, Hula with Kumu Ehulani
– Tune-In Tuesdays
8am Yoga Flow with Siobhan
9am Permaculture Practices – Hands in the Earth Practice
10am Osho Meditation with Shola
5pm Kung fu with Sifu James
5pm Restorative Yoga
9am Kundalini Yoga with Maria
4pm Hatha Yoga with Terra Ann
6pm Hula with Kumu Ehulani
– Thriving Thursdays
9am Hawaiian Planting Class with Permaculture Expert, Wade Bauer
5pm Kung fu with Sifu James (great for keiki and parents!)
6:30pm Kane Hula Class with Kumu Ehulani
– Aloha Fridays
2:00 Happy Baby Yoga
3pm Gentle Yoga
Click here for more details & Hawaiian Sanctuary current schedule!
WATER CEREMONY WITH THE GLOBAL GOLDEN RAINBOW COUNCIL OF ELDERS ACROSS THE PLANET EARTH ON A FULL LUNAR MOON ECLIPSE
This is the beginning of a week long workshop with many Kumus and Kahunas presenting….
Tane I Ta Wai’ Ola Water Ceremony Opening Ceremonies ~ Wood Valley Tibetan Temple November 15th, 2012 at 3PM to 5PM At this Most Auspicious Time Preluding the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
FREE to the Entire Community and Communities at Large
Please do bring a Donation for the Temple, a mat & cover.
Weaving a Lei of Love is All Presented by the Ka Leo’O Na Kahuna Lapa’au ‘O Hawai’i ~ Hale ‘O Lono
From Hilo From Hilo, drive south on Highway 11, 54 miles to Pahala (1.5 hours). After the 51-mile marker, turn right into Pahala. Continue to the stop sign at Pikake Street. Turn right. Pikake takes you to the edge of town, continue straight up the road about 5 miles (gradual uphill past orchards, pastures,bridges) until you come to the forest. At the forest, follow the paved road left. The temple is the first building on your right marked by colorful prayer flags. Park at Visitor Parking and check in at the Main Temple.
From Kailua-Kona From Kailua-Kona, drive south on Highway 11, 79 miles to Pahala (2 hours). After the 50 mile marker, turn left into Pahala. Continue to the stop sign at Pikake Street. Turn right. Pikake takes you to the edge of town, continue straight up the road about 5 miles (gradual uphill past orchards, pastures,bridges) until you come to the forest. At the forest, follow the paved road left. The temple is the first building on your right marked by colorful prayer flags. Park at Visitor Parking and check in at the Main Temple.
Saturday, September 29 – Sunday, November 11, 9:00AM-5:00PM Daily
Tiny Treasures, an Invitational Jewelry Exhibition features the designs of 12 artists of Hawaii. "We have asked our artist for their most creative designs," states Emily Catey, Gallery Manager. "The exhibition promises to showcase the jewelry as unique pieces of wearable art." The show features the work of Patricia Larsen-Goodin, Tad Sewell, Stone O’Daughtery, Pat Pearlman, Candise Wakumoto, Jessica Landau, Brenda May Ching, Wayne Keeth, J. Bennett, Jamie Stokes and Daniel Edwards. Free, although park entrance fees apply. Volcano Art Center Gallery in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Call the gallery at (808) 967-7565 for more information.
Mondays at 7:30AM, Tuesdays & Thursdays at 5:30PM
November 1, 5, 6, 8, 12, 13, 15, 19, 20, 22, 26, 27 & 29
Yoga with Emily Catey. Relax your body and rejuvenate your soul in this gentle and peaceful class. The focus is on stretching and releasing both physical and mental tension. Classes are offered on Monday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday evenings, open to both beginning and intermediate students at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. $10 drop in fee or $5 for VAC members.
Fridays, November 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30, 11:00AM-1:00PM
Aloha Fridays. Every Friday, a free hands-on demonstration lesson is given in a cultural craft that will vary from week to week. Held on the VAC Gallery lanai in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. All Aloha Friday events are free, though donations are welcome and park entrance fees apply.
Mondays at 9:30AM & Saturdays at 11:00AM
November 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24 & 26
Niaulani Nature Walk – Free Guided Rain Forest Tour in Volcano. This one-hour nature walk travels through a lush portion of an old-growth Hawaiian rain forest on an easy, 1/7-mile loop trail. The walk introduces individuals, families, and groups to the native plants and birds of Volcano. Guides focus not only on the biological, ecological, and geological features of the area, but also the cultural usages of flora and fauna by native Hawaiians. Offered every Monday at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. Free; donations welcome.
Mondays, November 5, 12, 19 & 26, 5:30PM-6:30PM
ZUMBA! Ongoing every Monday. Join Meagan for this addictive "dance party" exercise set to exotic rhythms and high-energy Latin and international music. Before participants know it, they’re getting fit and their energy levels are soaring! There’s no other fitness class like a Zumba! It’s easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating, often building a deep-rooted community among returning students. Held every Monday except holidays at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. Just show up, no registration required. Classes are $5.
Wednesdays, November 7, 14, 21 & 28, 5:30PM
Kanikapila Jam Sessions are open to all musicians. Bring your instrument and enjoy "garage style" jamming with your neighbors and community. Donations are appreciated. Ongoing at VAC’s Niaulani Campus.
Wednesday, November 7, 5:30PM-7:00PM
HINA Community Meeting – Hamakua District. Come and learn about VAC’s Hawaii Island Network of Artists project, partially funded by the County of Hawaii. This exciting new initiative aims to encourage and support a greater awareness of Big Island artists and the economic impact of this unrecognized creative workforce. Held at the North Hawaii Education and Research Center, 45-539 Plumeria Street in Honokaa, Hawaii. For more information, visit info. Stay connected with HINA on our Facebook Page and on Twitter, join our Facebook Group and subscribe to our Blog to receive updates in your inbox.
Saturday, November 10, 9:30AM-3:30PM
Process Painting – Spirit of Creativity. Join instructor Patricia Hoban in this exploratory art process. Embark on a journey that encourages you to experiment, explore, discover and play! Hoban explains, "We strive to get rid of our internal critic and judge through this endeavor. When people learn ‘the process’ they can paint from within, letting their subconscious or right brain engage in spontaneous expression." No previous art education or experience is needed. Cost is $45 or $40 for VAC members and a $5 supply fee. Please bring lunch, water and wear painting clothes. Held at VAC’s Niaulani Campus.
Saturday, November 10, 10:30AM
Hula Arts at Kilauea – Hula Informance. This recurring VAC program features a Hula Kahiko Informance with kumu hula Leilehua Yuen and Manu Josiah. A 50-minute narrated demonstration of the preparation, protocol and offering of traditional hula and chant. This outdoor presentation takes place rain or shine at the pa hula (stone platform) located near the VAC Gallery. The audience is encouraged to bring a sitting mat and be prepared for variable weather. On the same day, there is a hands-on cultural demonstration from 9:30AM to 1:30PM on the VAC Gallery lanai. Held in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, all events are free, though donations are welcome and park entrance fees apply.
Saturday, November 10, Showtime 7:00PM
John Dumas – "Dreamtime Concert". Internationally renowned Kauai artist, musician, inspirational teacher, shamanic astrologer, and pioneer in sound healing, John shares his rare talent to combine musical precision with intuitive response to the heart’s calling of his audience. His utilization of didgeridoo, flutes, rattles, drum and chanting moves the Soul into a divine bliss. Shamanic, mystical and magical, John’s enthusiasm enthralls and elevates the Soul. John Dumas travels the world bringing joyful Shamanic Journeys into the lives of his concert-goers through the use of his handmade flutes and didgeridoos. Cost is $12 or $10 for VAC members. Doors open at 6:30PM at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. Tickets may be purchased in person or over the phone at (808) 967-8222.
Sunday, November 11, 4:00PM-5:30PM
Medicine for the Mind, Buddhist Healing Meditation. Everyone longs for happiness in external conditions, expecting people and things to be the source of the satisfaction we seek. In these classes, we will look at Buddha’s teachings on finding happiness inside – in states of mind that are the cause of inner peace. We will engage in meditations
to train our mind in the inner causes of fulfillment and discover a lasting source of happiness. Everyone is welcome and classes are free though donations are accepted. Another class will be held December 9 at VAC’s Niaulani Campus. For more information contact Buddhist student Patty Johnson at (808) 985-7470.
Wednesday, November 15, 5:30PM-7:00PM
HINA Community Meeting – North Kohala District. Come and learn about VAC’s Hawaii Island Network of Artists project, partially funded by the County of Hawaii. This exciting new initiative aims to encourage and support a greater awareness of Big Island artists and the economic impact of this unrecognized creative workforce. Held at the Kohala Intergenerational Center, 54-3853 Akoni Pule Hwy in Kapaau, Hawaii. For more information, visit info. Stay connected with HINA on our Facebook Page and on Twitter, join our Facebook Group and subscribe to our Blog to receive updates in your inbox.
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.
For more info. & directions-Click Here!
This Sunday we are pleased to announce that we will not only be hosting Agape Live Streaming With Michael Beckwith in the Hall, we will also have the extreme pleasure of a visit and a Dharma Talk
(truth talk) by our friend, Khampa, a Tibetan monk.
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University of Hawaii Hilo U.C.B # 100 7pm-9:30pm Thurs. Nov. 15th 2012 200 W. Kawili st Hilo Aloha.
On 11/11 of this year, Do As One is inviting the world to create "ONE Day"- A global event of synchronous intention, imagination, and prayer. The vision is that one billion people will connect at the same time, participating in events of their choosing, and then breathe as ONE, using the Universal Breathing Room on our site.
Whether it is through prayer, parties, meditation, chanting, ecstatic dance, singing, laughing, or yoga, we envision people from around the world collectively connecting in whatever w
ay is most meaningful for them.
This global, synchronized call-out to Oneness and Divinity will last for 1 hour, beginning 1pm, PST on 11/11 (New York 4pm, London 9pm, Berlin 10pm, Cairo 11pm, Moscow 12am*, Karachi 2am*, Mumbai 2:30am*, Jakarta 4am*, Beijing 5am*, Sydney 8am* (*means on the morning of 12/11/12 )
Corresponding times around the world: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20121111T2100
After ONE Hour, we will breathe as ONE, using the Universal Breathing Room on our website.
Experience the UBR now: http://doasone.com/BreathingRooms.aspx?RoomID=1
Whilst breathing as One, connected in spirit, we can pray for, imagine, and intend the world we would like to live in.
Celebrate "ONE Day" on 11/11 by hosting your own event at:
Events are entirely up to you. This is an all-inclusive event. If you like, hold a meditation group, or ask your local church, temple, or mosque to hold a special service, throw a party and connect via the beat, hold a Kirtan circle… anything you choose. The events can be small, intimate gatherings of friends or family, or they can be large public gatherings.
If you do create an event, please let us know so that we can list it on the site. The events can be listed as public or private. If you create a public event please leave us an email address or phone number so that other people can join.
If you are too busy to join an event, or if its too early where you are, you can still participate simply by breathing with us in the UBR after the ONE Hour- (2pm LA, 5pm New York, 10pm London, 12am Cairo, etc)
Throughout history, people around the world have imagined a better
future and said "One Day"…
One day there will be peace on Earth.
One day we’ll see past our differences.
One day we’ll live in harmony.
One day we’ll all be free.
ONE Day is no longer in the future. ONE Day is here. ONE Day is now…
ONE Day, ONE Breath, ONE Love
Be ONE with the billion!
A ten day community driven festival with the focus of creating opportunities for local communities and individuals to share their unique gifts and collaborate in the spirit of selfless service.
By promoting the awareness of a diverse range of community projects within Puna, we encourage community interaction resulting in the sharing of culture, resources, talent, food, products, wellness services, natural resources, education, entertainment, and celebration, resulting in a more unified greater community.
Only the first and last days of the festival will be produced by Gift Culture, while the days between 12/12 and 12/21 are open for special events to be hosted by the community. We are now accepting proposals from community members and organizations who would like to host special events during the dates of 12/13-12/20.
Note that these community hosted events will create the bulk of the festival, and as events are added to the program, they will be added to the online festival schedule as well. This festival is not possible without community involvement and dedication. If you have an idea or offering, feel free to contact
12/12 – Wednesday – Presented by Gift Culture @ Green Lake
Festival and Summit – Opening Gathering.
12/13 – Thursday – Open To Proposals
12/14 – Friday – Open To Proposals
12/15 – Saturday – Open To Proposals
12/16 – Sunday – Presented by Kalani
12/17 – Monday – Open To Proposals
12/18 – Tuesday – Open To Proposals
12/19 – Wednesday – Open To Proposals
12/20 – Thursday – Presented by Hawaiian Sanctuary
12/21 – Friday – Sunrise Ceremony at Green Mountain
12/21 – Friday – Presented by Wellness Institute of Hawaii & Inspiral Audio @ Ramashala All-day sacred gathering in a beautiful temple location, indoors and outdoors. An all-inclusive intimate experience including world class downtempo DJs and live musicians, wellness practitioners,local high vibrational foods (lunch salad bar, lavish dinner, and appetizers provided all day), and visionary art, all contained within a ceremonial space.
For more info./tickets/etc. 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
Pahoa Main Street Market
The Pahoa Main Street Market is hosting a evening market every Friday from 3-9pm.
If your a vendor come stop by and grab temporary priced booth for only $5. Located between Nings Thai Restaurant, the New York Pizza, and across from Luquins.
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.
The Really, Really Free Market (RRFM)
is a free COMMUNITY BUILDING gathering representing the Gift Economy where all are encouraged to give, receive, and create on their own terms without the expectation of payment. It holds as a major goal to build a community based on sharing resources, caring for one another and improving the collective lives of all.
The RRFM, as opposed to the Not-So-Free Free Market, breaks down the myth of scarcity and encourages us to take advantage of the abundance all around us.
It’s like a potluck: everyone brings something and leaves with more. We all have , skills, ideas, resources, MUSIC, smiles, talents/performances, crafts, games, plants, discussions, useable items, and many other things to share..If we bring them together at the REALLY REALLY FREE MARKET, we can provide more balanced and full lives for us all! The most beautiful aspect of this event is to witness the friendships blossom and the community growing together!! Join their Facebook Group