Join us for food & dancing!
DID YOU KNOW.....
There are a few things that are very unique about Cha-Cha. First of all… The hip movement and staccato footwork. It is very, very “Latin”, sexy and sensual. Its unique rhythm and sound is considered very flirty, infectious and upbeat…although it can also sound very nice slowed down. It is a really fun dance and it can really distinguish you on the dance floor.
"A you and me kind of thing"
A Performance Poetry, Music,Song & Drama Concert
The Poet Michele Dalton
and special guest;
singer, musician Dalton Levora
May 28th at 6 PM
EAST HAWAII CULTURAL CENTER/HMOCA 141 Kalakaua St, Hilo, Hawaii 96720
Admission; $5 at the door. For more info Contact, 808–319-8248
Orchid Isle Orchestra will be Bach in Hilo on Sunday, May 22, at 4p.m., at the East Hawaii Cultural Center/Hawaii Museum of Contemporary Art. Bach's Double Violin Concerto will be featured. Alden Young returns from his first year of violin study at Boston Conservatory and will join graduating Waiakea High School senior Kayla Rimando as soloists in the first movement. Violin teachers Glenda Johnson and Cathy Young will solo for the second movement. St.
Pedal steel guitarist Buddy Cage, long time member of the New Riders of the Purple Sage, will be performing at the East Hawaii Cultural Center Saturday Feb. 20th. Buddy has performed on many gold and platinum albums for Bob Dylan, John Cipollina ( Quick Silver Messenger Service) , Rick James, Dave Bromberg (with Bonnie Raitte) and many others during his distinguished career. Saturday's performance will also be a celebration of Buddy's 69th birthday.