Line Dancing in Kona
West Hawaii Community Health Center, 74-5214 Keanalehu Drive, 5:30 p.m., $35. No experience or partner necessary. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes; boots are okay. All ages are welcome. Keiki age 12 and under get in free. (konalinedancing@hotmail.com)

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)

Preschool Story Time
Kona Stories Book Store, 78-6831 Alii Drive, Suite 142, 10:30 a.m., $5. Join a monthly story time for children ages 3 to 6. Please check your child in at the bookstore about 10 minutes early, and then join the fun in the courtyard under the tents. This event is sponsored by the American Association of University Women, which promotes equity for all women and girls, lifelong education and positive societal change. (324-0350, ks@konastories.com)

Harry Potter Anniversary Celebration – ‘Order of the Phoenix’ Movie Screening
Kealakekua Public Library, 81-6619 Mamalahoa Hwy, 4 p.m., free. In celebration of Harry Potter’s 20th Anniversary, Kealakekua Public Library has scheduled a movie screening of “Harry Potter and the Order Of the Phoenix.” (323-7585)


Friends Feeding Friends
Cooper Center, 19-4030 Wright Road, Volcano, 4 p.m., free. This delicious and free community dinner offers a multi-course meal fit for all palates. Everyone is welcome to enjoy, and more dishwashers are needed afterwards if you have the time. (thecoopercenter.org)


Dance Collective
University of Hawaii at Hilo, Performing Arts Center, 342 W Kawili St., 7:30 p.m., $20/general, $10/UH Hilo Students. The concert this year will showcase a range of dance styles and numbers, from musical theater to contemporary, hip hop to jazz and modern to ballet. Presenting the works of new and established dancers and choreographers from Island Dance Academy, Center Stage Dance Alliance, Paradise Performing Arts Center, N2 Dance, Kona Dance & Performing Arts, and UH Hilo Dance Department to name a few, this dance concert provides choreographers with a platform to share their art and vision without restriction. (hilo.hawaii.edu/depts/theatre/tickets)


St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church Bazaar
54-3801 Akoni Pule Hwy., 8:30 a.m., free. Baked goods and favorite ethnic foods will be sold in the James Walker Hall. A silent auction, guided church tours and entertainment will be part of this historic church’s fundraiser. Entertainment includes Hula Halau O Manaolana O Kohala, Ryukyukoku Matsuri Daiko Kohala/Waimea, Hula Halau Kalaniumi A Liloa, Na Kupuna O Kohala, David Gomes and Wendy Hindley, Mila Polevia and St. Augustine’s Ukulele Ensemble. Food available includes hamburgers, hot dogs, barbecue sticks, smoked pork bowls and shave ice. The Thrift Shop offers white elephant, boutique, keiki section, fruits, vegetables, plant sale and flower arrangements. (889-5390, office@staugustineskohala.com)

Whea Fifth Annual Hoolaulea and Kanikapila Fundraiser
West Hawaii Explorations Academy, 73-4500 Kahilihili St., 10 a.m., $10. Enjoy live entertainment from E Kolu Mea Nui, Ali’i Keana’aina, Aunty Darlene Ahuna with Aunty Tani Waipa and Hokupa’a, Kainani Kahaunaele, Keola Grace and Hula Halau Hula Ka Ua Kini Maka Lehua O Hawaii. There’s also door prizes, silent auctions, vendors and free fun cultural activities, plus ono grinds such as pickled mango, freshly made shrimp chips, shave ice and more. Concession will offer poke bowls, Hawaiian laulau and fresh fried fish plates, kalua pig and cabbage, shoyu chicken, and teriyaki beef or chicken sticks. (987-7893, gopaul@whea.net)

KWXX Hoolaulea
Downtown Hilo, 4:45 p.m., free. For more than two decades, KWXX has sponsored the largest free party on the East Side. This famous hoolaulea takes place on four stages in blocked-off downtown Hilo, featuring scores of Big Island musical talent, including Hawaiian, Reggae and Island Music styles, plus vendors and a craft fair. (935-5461, sales@kwxx.com)

The Songs of C & K Fundraiser
Royal Kona Resort, 75-5852 Alii Drive, 7 p.m, $45. Legendary Henry Kapono performs The Songs of C & K, with friends Na Hoku Hanohano Awards’ 2016 Most Promising Artist Blayne Asing, Hawai’i Music Award-winner Johnny Valentine, and Aex Kawakami of the award-winning “Manoa DNA.” Proceeds benefit Kona Choral Society. (konachoralsociety.org)

Taste of the Hawaiian Range
YMCA Minuke Ole Park and Mana Christian Ohana, 67-1182 Lindsey Road, 9 a.m., free/exhibits, $50-$60/gala. The island’s largest agricultural showcase includes livestock displays, educational exhibits, local product sampling and sales, food trucks and beverages during the day, along with keiki 4H activities and more. Featuring 20 culinary stations preparing pasture-raised meats and local produce, the evening gala features culinary participants including Mai Grille, Westin Hapuna Beach Resort, Café Pesto, Pueo’s Osteria, Merriman’s, Roy’s Waikoloa Bar & Grill, Annie’s Island Fresh Burgers, The Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, Village Burger/Noodle Club, Daylight Mind, Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort and Spa, Fairmont Orchid Hawaii, Sam Choy’s Kai Lanai, Ippy’s Hawaiian BBQ, and Puako Provisions and Catering, plus Hawai‘i Community College from both Hilo and Palamanui. (tasteofthehawaiianrange.com)

The 2018 Ohina Short Film Showcase
Palace Theater, 38 Haili St., 7 p.m., $8.50. The Ohina Short Film Showcase debuted in 1999 to support local independent filmmakers and has grown to become Hawaii’s largest short film festival for students, amateur and professional filmmakers. Although entries can come from around the world, there is only one requirement: a creative relationship to the Hawaiian islands. (hilopalace.com/hpt_event/ohina-short-film-festival)


Coffee & Ink Writer’s Group
Hawaii Tech Exchange, 259 Haili Street, 2 p.m. Take part in two hours devoted simply to writing. Bring a mug and laptop/notebook. Coffee, tea, internet and the company of other writers will be provided. All writers are welcome — novelists, poets, scriptwriters, bloggers, etc. Check the Hawaii Tech Exchange events page to confirm meeting. (hhitx.co/events)

Malama the Urb Farm
Hilo UrbFarm, 41 Kalakaua Street, 10 a.m., free. Help malama the beautiful and historic EHCC UrbFarm. Activities include pulling weeds, pruning, planting, loving up the grounds and, of course, friendly camaraderie. (936-6758)


Open Mic Night at Hilo Town Tavern
Hilo Town Tavern, 168 Keawe St, Hilo, 7 p.m., free. It will be happy hour all night long. There will be $1 off all drinks, and all styles and genres are welcome. Bands may also audition. (935-2171)


Life Drawing with Hilo Artist Hui
KukuAu Studio, 43 Kukuau St, Hilo, 6 p.m., $10. The sessions feature drawing from a nude or partially draped model in a traditional format, starting with one-minute gesture drawings and working up to 20-minute poses. Participants must furnish their own drawing materials. Please bring your own drawing board or easel. An 11- by 14-inch or larger pad of paper is recommended. All mediums are okay. Those using traditional oils must use a low-odor, artist-grade solvent, such as Gamblin Odorless Mineral spirits. (557-0097)


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, work- shops, informational booths and youth-focused activities. SNAP/ EBT purchases welcome. (896- 2151, info@hamakuaharvest.org)

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)

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)