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The Community

The HUB provides a wide variety of community driven programs and workshops that celebrate the food, arts, culture, and ecology of Kohala.
Programs are provided from keiki (children) to kupuna (elders) encouraging families to grow together.
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Wednesday Night Market 

To be a vendor contact:
Kathy Matsuda
(808) 889-0404 ext. 104 or

Hawi Farmers Market

Coming Soon 
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Danse Space Hawaii

Danse Space was founded in 2019 in Hawi, HI by Debra McGee ,a NY trained professional dancer, who is determined to make dance accessible to the people of our community. The program provides quality dance classes for ages 3 to adult including, but not limited to classical ballet, jazz, contemporary, and Hip Hop. Each student gets to study ballet as the foundation of their technique and explore other genres of dance creating a well rounded dancer. The program runs in session throughout the year during weekdays. For more information contact or call 808-769-0464.


We are a program under North Kohala Resource Center and we preform at various cultural events here in Kohala and through out Hawaii Island.
My goal is to continue my Papa Kumu classes, perpetuate the Hawaiian culture and hula traditions.
We accept all cultures and those who have the desire to learn the hula and tradition of Hawaiian culture.
Any questions you may contact Hope at
808-333-8035 /

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The Big Island Substance Abuse Council (BISAC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization which has been in operation since 1964. The Big Island Substance Abuse Council provides culturally appropriate, evidenced based behavioral health care treatment. BISAC's mission is inspiring individuals to reclaim and enrich their lives by utilizing innovative resources and harnessing the strengths within each person. BISAC is a fully CARF accredited organization. BISAC provides services island-wide by providing services at our outpatient sites, rural underserved wellness hubs, in middle and high schools, and provides tele-health services for individuals who are not able to attend in person treatment. Types of services include: live in substance use housing (therapeutic living program), clean and sober housing for Pregnant Mom and/or Moms with children, substance use outpatient treatment, mental health treatment, prevention services, vocational training, cultural interventions (e.g. garden, etc.), etc.

Recovery Dharma

Recovery Dharma offers an approach to recovery based on Buddhist principles. Our program is peer-led and non-theistic. We welcome all those who wish to pursue recovery as part of our community.
The six readings linked below highlight the basic principles and practices of this program. Each concept provides an opportunity to deepen understanding, explore personal inquiry, and connect with others.
Recovery Dharma Global acknowledges that our program is founded on, and inspired by, Buddhist heritage that originated in Asia and was passed on by its community. This site is our effort to practice kindness, generosity, and peer-to-peer support. The content of this site reflects the diverse experiences of our members; not the opinions of professionals or Buddhist teachers.

Program & Event Proposal 

Intake Form 

County of Hawaii

Approval Form

Calendar of Events

HUB Events