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The Island of Hawaii is the youngest and largest island in the Hawaiian chain. Nearly twice as big as all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined (hence, it’s nickname, “The Big Island”), its sheer size is awe-inspiring. 

Kauai Approx 1 hr (direct from Kona)
Oahu Approx 45 min (direct from Kona)
Molokai Approx 1 hr 20 min
Lanai Approx 1 hr 30 min
Maui Approx 40 min (direct from Kona)
Hawaii

Hanohano O Kona (honoring Kona) Lecture

Summary

On Wednesday, May 25, Kona Historical Society is honored to present, for the Hanohano O Kona Lecture Series, a "pop-up exhibit," historic slideshow, and discussion of paniolo life in Kona, Hawaii. Don't miss this preview of KHS' first rotating exhibit to be shown in its upcoming gallery, the Kona [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Ramona Amoguis
  • Contact Organization: Kona Historical Society
Grease The Musical
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Grease The Musical

Summary

Our 2016 Summer Musical is going to be the classic Broadway hit Grease - the celebration of 1950s youth subculture based at Rydell High School. This is planned as a Youth Troupe Production, directed by Beth Dunningtion, with guest musical director and choreographer, with some cameo roles played by [...]

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Dance Of The Bees

Summary

Dance of the Bees is an original multi-media dance show that examines the life and plight of bees. Director Angel Prince will collaborate with local beekeepers to create an artistic and educational show based on a topic that is both relevant, and urgent. More than one hundred students from the [...]

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Big Island Chocolate Festival

Summary

With the theme, "Lavalicious-A Chocolate Salute to the 100th Birthday of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park," the fifth Big Island Chocolate Festival is May 13-14 with events headquartered from the Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel. Chocolate decadence includes a cacao plantation tour at Original Hawaiian [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Farsheed Bonkadar
  • Contact Organization: Kona Cacao Association