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POSTED: Sunday, November 01, 2009


Last Chance

“;Impressions in Printmaking,”; original linoleum and woodblock prints by Big Island artist John McCaskill, runs through next Sunday at ING Direct Cafe, 1958 Kalakaua Ave.

McCaskill carves many of his woodblock designs on recycled wood panels such as cabinet doors.

Call 955-1435.

Small art gets maximum play

With the holiday season looming before us comes the first of the annual art gift exhibits. Second Floor @ Cedar Street Galleries opens “;Matchbox Plus Miniature Art Show”; on Tuesday, featuring works by dozens of local artists. By virtue of their small size, fine art by top artists is available at affordable prices.

The show runs through Dec. 5. Cedar Street Galleries is located at 817 Cedar St. Call 589-1580.


The Contemporary Museum is offering the first of a two-part holiday Expression Session, geared toward elementary school-age children, at 10:30 a.m. to noon Saturday.
Children will learn how to sculpt Christmas trees and ornaments from clay. Then, on Dec. 5, they will paint and decorate their kiln-fired work.

Each session is $12. Call 237-5230 or e-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).


LOOK » Precious Moments has introduced a hula-girl doll exclusively available at Dole Plantation. The 12-inch vinyl doll, named Makana, below, wears a pineapple-print outfit and carries a Dole pineapple and costs $32. For information, call 621-0166.

LISTEN » “;Thunderhorse”; by Dethklok (www.myspace.com/dethklok)

DO » Check your clocks again. Daylight savings time ended today, so it's just two hours difference to the west coast and five hours difference to the east coast.