The Kona Historical Society’s Portuguese Stone Oven is a reproduction of a typical oven used by the Portuguese immigrants who came to Kona in the 1880’s.
Kumu hula of Hālau Ke Ola o Ka Lani, Moses Kaho`okele Crabbe shares his extensive knowledge to teach the basics of hula, language and chant.
Dawn Goehring, Hawai`i's only certified professinal dog trainer will help you learn tips and tricks to help train your best four-legged friend
Hands On History help visitors explore Kona’s history in a deeper and more sensory way.
First Fridays in Honoka‘a rock with late store & restaurant hours, booths, live music, and more. Come down and find something fun for everyone!
Once again, artists are in the vanguard of public awareness. I believe they were among the first to experiment with recycling on a personal level. (Art supplies can be expensive!) With this in mind, I invite Big Island artists and outsider artists to enter up to 3 pieces for this juried exhibit. I will select works best representing the concept of art from trash. Originality, creativity and craftsmanship count. Large, three dimensional pieces are encouraged”
A full bazaar with our rummage, silent auction, cinder, boutique, laulau, smoked pork, food items, baked goods, etc
“Creative Play – A Beginning” with Ina Koch, is focused on hand-building and creating unique pieces.
Fine-tuning the art of Improv and creating laughter medicine in Puna