Hoolaulea at Uncles Awa Club
Uncles Awa Club, 6860 Kalapana Kapoho Beach Road, Pahoa, 5 p.m., free. Come for a music, a food court, and arts and crafts market. There will be more than 15 food vendors, featuring kombucha, stone oven pizza, crepes, Hawaiian favorites, Filipino food, gelato, desserts and more. Families are welcome. (987-7247)


Hula For Seniors
Hawaiian Paradise Park, Activity Center, 15-1570 Makuu Drive, 9:30 a.m., contact for cost. (982-7611)

Karate with Keoni at Hawaiian Sanctuary
Hawaiian Sanctuary, 13-3194 Pahoa Kalapana Rd, Pahoa, 4:30 p.m., $10. (309-8010)


LEGO Fridays
Hilo Public Library, 300 Waianuenue Ave, 2 p.m, free. This LEGOs program is suited for children ages 5-12. No sign-up is necessary, but space is limited to 10 creators at a time. (933-8890)

Lei Making with Randy Lee
19-4074 Old Volcano Road, 11 a.m., contact for cost. Master lei maker Randy Lee uses a variety of natural materials to fashion gorgeous lei from the freshest fern, leaves and flowers that he personally gathers from the rainforests of Panaewa. Enjoy the skill and wonderful stories that this well-respected practitioner has to offer. (967-8222)

Roald Dahl’s ‘Willy Wonka’
Palace Theatre, 38 Haili St, Hilo, $20-30. 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 2:30 p.m. Sundays, through Oct. 21, 2:30 p.m. Roald Dahl’s ‘Willy Wonka’ follows enigmatic candy manufacturer, Willy Wonka, as he stages a contest by hiding golden tickets in five of his scrumptious candy bars. (934-7010)


Ironman World Championship
Contact for location in Kailua-Kona, 7 a.m., free/spectators. More than 2,000 athletes embark on a 140.6-mile journey (swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles) through the black lava landscapes of the Kona Coast, and up to the northern tip of the island at Hawi and back. Come watch along the race course or volunteer. (ironman.com)

Kamuela Farmers Market
67-139 Pukalani Road, 7:30 a.m., free. This upcountry market offers fresh, locally grown produce, trees, plants, cut flowers, a variety of prepared foods, coffee and teas, mochi, jams and jellies, handcrafted wood items, fresh bread and baked goods, handmade soaps and scents, reef-safe sunscreen, fine art and paintings, locally crafted jewelry and local dried fruit — just to name a few. (960-1493)

Cooper Center Swap Meet
Wright Road, Volcano, 8 a.m. This local favorite features handmade crafts, crystals, jewelry, clothing and much more, plus the Tuk-Tuk Thai Food Truck and Zion Shave Ice. Watch for the bright yellow signs on the road. The bookstore and thrift shop are also open. Bring the keiki to play in the playground. (thecoopercenter.org)

Volcano! An Evening of Photography and Talk Story with John Stallman and Harry Durgin
Hawaii Academy of Arts and Science, 15-1397 Post Office Road, 6 p.m., free. Art and science combine for an unforgettable evening highlighting photography and storytelling from the 2018 eruption in Puna. Refreshments provided. (965-3105)


Monday Night Jazz Jam
Kukuau Studio, 43 Kukuau St, Hilo, 6 p.m., contact for cost. Created to strengthen the Big Island jazz community through networking and jamming. Bring your favorite charts and the instrument of your choice, or enjoy the vibrations of people improvising together in the jazz tradition. (464-3388)

Wilhelmina’s Tea & Private Tour of Palace Grounds
Hulihee Palace, 75-5718 Alii Drive, 10 a.m., $40. Enjoy a private tour of Hulihee Palace before relaxing on the palace’s oceanfront lanai to enjoy a variety of locally made savories and sweets, and a fragrant cup of tea. This is a fundraiser for palace admission for school-age children, and is named in honor of Wilhelmina Kanaina Kamaileilanikehukaiopuna Rose Weight, who was born in 1890 in Papaikou on Hawaii Island. Children must be 14 years or older and accompanied by a parent or guardian. Garden party attire preferred. Reservations recommended. (329-9555)


Kona Men’s Group
Contact for location in South Kona, 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)


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)

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, workshops, 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)

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)

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)

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)