Tickets are $35 in advance, $45 at the gate. Children 12 and under are admitted free. Family-friendly, drug and alcohol free event. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at  
or by calling Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006. Paper ticket locations listed at
Looking for Odd Jobs for Auntie

Light house-cleaning and yard work. Occasional care-giving (as relief for regular care giver). Organizing/minim
izing care your possessions (my specialty). Pet-sitting (when you're away from home). All jobs
$15 hr. References available. Also offering light massage with coconut oil -- very good for skin. Massage is $25 an hour. Contact Bunny -- at 303-807-1233

       Arthur Johnsen (1952-2015)
                                                     Blessings to our friend, neighbor, and lover                                                      of the Red Road who made his transition                                                         this morning.  May your spirit sore!
Upcoming Events listed 
 Chron ologically

Wednesday, November 18
Open Mic - November 2015
7:30pm - 10:00pm
open mic
 Kalani - 

Kalani is excited to host our monthly Open Mic, a great place to share live music, readings, and performances. Hear new and old musical favorites, listen to stories and poetic verse, and be entertained by the extraordinary talent in our community.

We ask performers to sign up at the entrance and perform one song/piece only at less than 5 minutes. We request live performances only.
Hosts: Tina Tuohy & Tiffany Jentsch.
Location:  Kalani. 12-6860 Kalapana Kapoho Road, Pahoa, HI 96778
Admission: Free / Donations gratefully accepted at the door.

Thanksgiving FREE Lunch Saturday the 21st at Pahoa Community Center.  

ITS THAT TIME OF YEAR TO BE THANKFUL...ALOHA LEHUA CAFE sponsored in collaboration with Hope Services of hilo who sponsored all donations. Along with Pastor Mike of Kalapana Church , unko Thomas of Pahoa weekly pantry feeding and the lovely bodacius women of Puna . All join to help make this possible for our community next Saturday the 21 at Pahoa community center it starts at 10am. Live music , free hair cut for the children, prizes, goodies and thankfulness thanksgiving lunch will be served at 12. So come all and share our thankfulness .Blessings to our families from our hearts to your. 

Saturday, November 21st at 7:00pm-11:00pm
at the Garden Temple in Kaimu.
12-4810 Hwy 130, Kaimu, Hawaii.

This is a night of words and rhythm. We will be co-creating art and poetry fused from the music and movements we share. 
Witness in wonder as the internal dance journey is revealed in spoken word. Dive into the depths of art and inspiration and see what creatures emerge.

7-8 poetry jam lineup (5 mins per performer- anything goes)
8-10 down tempo dance slam feat. ChrisNa Karast - DJ and live music fusion 
and....stations for art and poetry creations
10-11 shareback performances of inspirations and creations from the night 

tea and popcorn lounge- kuleana cafe style
keiki art zone
this wil be the beginning of a monthly series, encouraging more sharing of the arts and talent on the Big Island!

$10-20 donation
no alcohol please
keiki welcome
dogs, not so much

S aturday, November 21st 9AM-12 PM  
and  Wednesday, November 25th: 1:30-3PM  

Dust the Cobwebs out of the Brain. Revitalize the cells of the cranium and Feel the brain light up like a pinball machine.Rebalance the cranial bones and sacrum and nourish the brain and spine.
Helps ADD, Migraines, PTSD, Focus, Tinnitus
Let go of stress, obsessive thinking and Relax
Rebalance the cranial bones and sacrum and nourish the brain and spine.

Bio: Malia Murphy has 25 years of Holistic Teacher/Therapist Experience, 
Reiki Master, 250 hours of Myofascial/Cranial Techniques 
from John F. Barnes Myofascial Clinic.
Location:  Kalani
Registration: Contact Michael at  
Or Call 808-937-9045 


A Makahiki Celebration and Fundraiser to Grow the Local Food Movement!

The Kohala 'Aina Festival is a celebration of local harvest, small farmers and the growing movement for island-wide food security. This year's festival will feature the returning musical talent of world-renowned Nahko and Medicine for the People. They will be joined by a line-up of outstanding island-based musicians including Mike Love, Chris Berry, Tubby Love, Hāwane Rios and other special guests. Join us for a day of celebration filled with Hula dancing, African drumming, educational workshops and an abundance of organically grown, farm-fresh food & drinks!

Tickets are $35 in advance, $45 at the gate. Children 12 and under are admitted free. Family-friendly, drug and alcohol free event. Tickets can be purchased in advance online at or by calling Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006. Paper ticket locations listed at

The Kohala 'Aina Festival is an annual fundraiser to support the Hawai'i Institute of Pacific Agriculture, a non-profit organization. 100% of proceeds raised support residential farmer trainings and youth education programs in North Kohala, Hawai'i. Donations are tax-deductible.


Community Calendars 

Have an awesome week!  Stay connected to the Puna Happenings events and classes by checking out our online calendar, website, Facebook Group 
page, and local links below.

Shakti Hoku Douglas
Puna Happenings
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