Youth Winter Workshops at Aloha Theatre
Aloha Theatre, 79-7384 Mamalahoa Hwy., Dec. 26-Jan. 4, contact for times and costs. Aloha Theatre hosts three brand new workshops for children ages 8-12, including “The Hip-Hop Nutcracker,” “Be Your Funky Self” and “Social Media Star Camp.” (apachawaii.org)

Magic Camp XI
Hilo Palace Theater, 38 Haili St., Jan. 2-5, noon-3 p.m., contact for cost. Magic Camp is a fun performance magic program that emphasizes goal achievement, self-esteem building, positive attitudes, poise, confidence building and teamwork. Includes all magic tricks and props which are for participants to keep. Each day five or more magic tricks are taught. Students learn to make things appear, switch places, levitate and vanish. Pre-registration required. (982-9294, magicalmeyers@icloud.com)

Nintendo Super NES Game Day for Tweens & Teens
Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., 1:30 p.m., free. Come in and try the new Nintendo Super NES Classic Edition video game console! Two players can play at one time. Bring your gaming partner or meet a new one. Open to ages 11-17. (933-8890)

Mokupapapa Discovery Center Science at Sea Exhibit
NOAA’s Mokupapapa Discovery Center, Hilo Bayfront, 76 Kamehameha Ave., during gallery hours through mid-February, free. More than 50 pieces of artwork inspired by local artists who participated on science expeditions aboard Falkor, the institute’s research vessel. Artwork includes watercolor paintings, drawings, photography, fiber art, resin art and data visualizations. (933-8181)


Tribe Design X The Island of Hawaii
Kalapana-Kapoho Road, contact for location, times through Jan. 6 and cost. Tribe Design is a paradigm-shifting social experiment in group flow state, radical authenticity and community building. Join a dynamic group of heart-centered educators, thought leaders, artists, adventurers, influencers and lifestyle designers. (internationaltribedesign.com)


Holualoa First Friday
Contact for location in Holualoa, 5 p.m., free. First Friday in Holualoa is always a party with food, art, refreshments and nice people. (322-8484)

Lucky Tongue Band At Korner Pocket
The Korner Pocket Bar & Grill, 81-970 Halekii St., 8 p.m., free. Kick off the first Friday of 2019 with popular and fun band Lucky Tongue. Enjoy food, drinks and a pool. (322-2994)


‘Straight No Chaser’ A Capella Concert
Kahilu Theatre, 67-1186 Lindsey Road, 6 p.m., $39.50-$75. See an a capella group that rose to fame after a viral video of “12 Days of Christmas” got the attention of Atlantic Records, who signed them on for five albums. (885-6868, app.arts-people.com)

Multimedia for the New Year
East Hawaii Cultural Center, HMOCA, 141 Kalakaua St., 6:30 p.m., free. Enjoy multimedia with music, video, dance, performance art and poetry. This event features Dom and Lee Michael Walczuk, Peter Swanzy, Tomas Belsky, Robert Pollock, Carlin Ma, Danny Clay and others. There will also be a pre-concert lecture/demo on “Pioneers of Electronic Music.” (961-5711)

Stewardship at the Summit
Kilauea Visitor Center, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park., 8:45 a.m., free. Volunteer to help remove invasive, nonnative plant species that prevent native plants from growing in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Wear sturdy hiking shoes and long pants. Bring a hat, raingear, day pack, snacks and water. Gloves and tools provided. Parental or guardian accompaniment or written consent is required for volunteers under 18. (nps.gov/havo/planyourvisit/summit_stewardship.htm)


Weave with Hulali at Kaloko-Honokohau
Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park Hawaii, 73-4786 Kanalani St., Suite 14, 9 a.m., $15-25. Learn to weave lauhala with HPPA’s master weaver Hulali. Tools are available; just bring nimble fingers and a willingness to learn. Students will be able to weave bracelets, ornaments, baskets, fans and more. (326-9057)

JP Sears Live
Kahilu Theatre, 67-1186 Lindsey Road, 7:30 p.m. $42.25-$49. Comedian and YouTube superstar JP Sears is an emotional-healing coach, international teacher, speaker, world traveler and curious student of life. (885-6868, kahilutheatre.org)


OUPV 6-Pack Course
University of Hawaii at Hilo, MSB 101, 200 W. Kawili St.; 5-8 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays through Feb. 2, $695. Take the USCG Captain course for a OUPV six-pack license. Class includes workbooks, study guides, personalized instruction, and proctored exams. (explorersguidellc.com, 920-733-5500)


After Dark in the Park: Kilauea Volcano’s 2018 Lower East Rift Zone Eruption
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea Visitor Center Auditorium, 7 p.m., free. Join USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory geologist Carolyn Parcheta as she recounts the progression of Kilauea’s dramatic eruption and shares her experiences monitoring it. (nps.gov/havo/index.htm)


Ben Franklin, 333 Kilauea Ave., 4:30-7:30 p.m., $17. This class covers a wide variety of subjects and is for students age 10 and older. Those ages 10-12 must be accompanied by an adult. A supply list will be given on each participant’s first class. (935-0005)

Kahuku Orientation Talk
Highway 11 in Kau near mile marker 70.5, 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Wednesdays-Fridays, 10:30 a.m. Saturdays-Sundays, free. Share in the wonders of this 116,000-acre unit of Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Join rangers and naturalists for 20- to 30-minute talks that will include a general overview of the park and volcanic activity update. Topics and subject matter will vary, depending on interests, and will highlight the natural, cultural and historic attributes of Kahuku. (nps.gov/havo/planyourvisit/kahuku-hikes)

Pottery Classes
Kilauea Studios, Thursdays, 10 a.m., contact for cost. Pottery classes are available for all skill levels. Wheel, hand-building, high-fire gas kilns. Lots of fun, spacious studio and beautiful setting. (799-9657, kilaueastudios@gmail.com)

West African Dance
YWCA, 145 Ululani St., Fridays, 6:45 p.m., $15. Have fun and sweat while learning West African dance, taught by Michal Anna Carrillo of Lavaroots Dance Company in Hawi. All levels and drop-ins welcome. (987-4243, lavaroots@gmail.com)

Bread Baking at the Portuguese Stone Oven
Kona Historical Society, 81-6551 Mamalahoa Hwy., Thursdays, 10 a.m., free. Kona Historical Society’s Portuguese Stone Oven is a reproduction of a typical oven used by the Portuguese immigrants who came to Kona in the 1880s. Join the process of panning the dough and baking 96 loaves. Bring your lunch and make a day of it with an oven-side picnic in the pasture. (323-3222, konahistorical.org)

Duplicate Bridge
Eagles Club, 16-111 Opukahaia St., 12:30 p.m. Sundays, 11 a.m. Wednesdays, $5. Social bridge players are welcome to join in for duplicate bridge. (854-6147)

Farmers Market at Hamakua Harvest
Intersection of Mamane Street and Highway 19, Sundays, 9 a.m., free. Guests can find local farmers, fresh produce, artisanal products and ono food, as well as weekly entertainment, work- shops, informational booths and youth-focused activities. SNAP/ EBT purchases welcome. (896- 2151, info@hamakuaharvest.org)

Hilo Farmers Market
Corner of Kamehameha Avenue and Mamo Street, 7 a.m., free. Local produce, fresh fish, vegetables, flowers, plants, baked goods and bento lunches. Local arts and crafts. (933-1000)

Hilo Sunrise Chapter – BNI Networking Meeting
Hilo Woman’s Club, 7 Lele St., Tuesdays, 7 a.m., contact for cost. This meeting is for local business professionals who value word-of-mouth marketing and are seeking to network, refer business to each other and build a better business community. (430-1787)

Kona Bridge Club Open Games
Kona Bridge Club, 74-4966 Kealakaa St., Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, 1 p.m., free. All bridge players are welcome to play. (konabridge.org)

Kona Civil Air Patrol Squadron Meetings
Keahole Kona Airport, U’u St., Tuesdays, 6-8 p.m., free. The Kona CAP Squadron holds meetings for cadets ages 12-18, as well as adult senior members. (capkona@gmail.com, 329-5312)

Kona Men’s Group
Contact for location in South Kona, alternating Tuesdays, 6:30 p.m., contact for cost. Join a newly formed group of men dedicated to improving their lives, themselves and their relationships through authentic interaction, personal integrity and accountability, and through living their own personal mission. (freewhiteeagle@live.com, 843-224-9493)

Library Benefit Bookstore
Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave., Tuesdays, 11 a.m., free. All proceeds will benefit Hilo Public Library. Hardbacks are $1 and paperbacks are 50 cents. (966-4386, dalerhuber@gmail.com)

Pure Kona Green Market
Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden, 82-6160 Mamalahoa Hwy, Fridays and Sundays, 9 a.m., free. Shop an all-local farmers and artists market featuring fresh, locally grown produce and a variety of local fruits, plants and keiki plants to transplant, herbs, Kona coffee, freshly prepared foods, breads, cakes and other goodies, goat cheeses, fresh-caught fish and locally grown herbs. Plus, locally crafted items, jewelry, gourds and paintings are available. There is also live music. (987-1444, facebook.com/SouthKonaGreenMarket)

Puuhonua o Puna Hub Talk Story
Corner lot across Pahoa High School, first and third Mondays, 6 p.m., free. Look for canopy tents. Bring a dish to share. Paper goods, juice and water are provided. (facebook.com/puuhonuaopuna)

Quilting and Knitting in Honokaa
North Hawaii Education and Research Center, 45-539 Plumeria St., Wednesdays, 9 a.m., contact for cost. People of any skill level, including beginners, are welcome to attend. (962-0515, greenfeljoo1@hawaii.rr.com)

West Hawaii Astronomy Club
W. M. Keck Observatory headquarters and Canada-France-Hawaii headquarters, second Tuesdays, 7:00 p.m., free. Meetings alternate between the Keck Hualalai Conference Room and the conference room at CFHT. Contact first to confirm location. (www2.keck.hawaii.edu/whac/home.html)

Zumba Gold Toning
YMCA, 300 W. Lanikaula St., Mondays, 6:30 a.m., contact for cost. This low-impact workout suitable for all levels. Get fit, get toned and get inspired. (959-6405)