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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)
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a?a?voices: Rising From The Pagea??a? At Volcano Art Center

Summary

On Thursday, November 3, at 7pm Big Island poets will gather for their presentation 'Voices: Rising from the Page" at Volcano Art Center's Niaulani Campus. Join Big Island renshi poets as they share stories of triumph, sadness, and the range of emotions which come from the written page.

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a?a?hands On History,a??a? Kona Coffee Living History Farm, Captain Cook

Summary

Kona Historical Society hosts 'Hands on History," allowing visitors to engage in activities important to the lives of Kona's Japanese immigrants during the 1920s to 1940s. The 5.5 acre Farm tells the story of coffee pioneers, emphasizing family values, resourcefulness, and sustainable living. [...]

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a?a?carnival Of Orchids,a??a? Hilo Orchid Societya???s 64th Annual Show And Sale

Summary

'Carnival of Orchids," Hilo Orchid Society's 64th Annual Show and Sale at Edith Kanakaole Stadium. Earlier this year: Friday "“ Sunday, June 3-5. Preview Party Thursday, June 2. Gorgeous orchid displays and sale of huge range of orchids. Demonstrations, refreshments, entertainment and [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Dana Culleney
  • Contact Organization: Hilo Orchid Society
Queen Liliuokalani Long Distance Outrigger Canoe Races 2016
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Queen Liliuokalani Long Distance Outrigger Canoe Races 2016

Summary

Kai Opua Canoe Club, one of Hawaii’s oldest outrigger canoe clubs, will host crews from Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Peru, Tahiti, United Kingdom and an estimated 75 crews from the US. Hawaii will be well represented with multiple crews and more than sixty Big Island crews [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: MIke Atwood
  • Contact Organization: QUeen's Race
Students using liquid dyes painting their scarves.
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Paint Your Own Silk Scarf

Summary

Each student receives personal help from instructor Patti Pease Johnson on mixing colors using the four printing process colors: cyan, magenta, yellow & black, or use available premixed colors. Learn techniques such as wet on wet, wet on dry, and salt to create different surface textures on your [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Karen Alexander
  • Contact Organization: Waimea Arts Council
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Hanohano O Kona (honoring Kona) Lecture

Summary

How do you clean and store precious family photos, documents and heirlooms? Bring questions to “Care of Family Treasures” on Wednesday, August 31, when Kona Historical Society presents Malia Van Heukelem. Malia has worked with art and artifacts of all shapes and sizes as collections manager for [...]

Contact Info
  • Contact Name: Ramona Amoguis
  • Contact Organization: Kona Historical Society