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Kona Historical Society kicks-off online membership drive

Kona Historical Society is hosting its first-ever month-long online new membership drive via Facebook. Starting Nov. 10 and ending Dec. 9 on Kona Historical Society’s Facebook Page, the drive aims to recruit 100 new members by offering special membership rates, new membership levels and benefits, as well as special weekly challenges with prize drawings generously […]

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Hanohano O Kona Lecture covers pa‘u riding (May 30)

Hanohano O Kona Lecture covers pa‘u riding (May 30)

MEDIA RELEASE “Pa‘u Riding: Perpetuating the Tradition in Today’s Generation” is the topic for the presentation in the Kona Historical Society’s Hanohano O Kona lecture series 5:30-7 p.m. Wednesday, May 30 at the West Hawaii Civic Center.. A 10-person, multigenerational panel comprised of members of ranching families and pa‘u riders will provide insights into the […]

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Kona Historical Society lecture: Richard “Sonny” Tanabe to talk spearfishing, freediving

“Spearfishing and the Evolution of Freediving” are the subjects of speaker Richard “Sonny” Tanabe in the fourth free monthly presentation in Kona Historical Society’s Hanohano ‘O Kona -Honoring Kona Lecture Series. Scheduled for Wednesday, April 25, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Tanabe’s talk takes place at West Hawai‘i Civic Center, where Kealakehe Parkway intersects with […]

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Kona Historical Society is hosting the 2011 Portuguese Festival is 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1 at the
KHS pasture. Food, music, saddlemaking, lei making, lauhala weaving, pony rides and more.

Portuguese Festival in Kealakekua (Oct. 1)

Kona Historical Society is hosting the 2011 Portuguese Festival is 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1 at the KHS pasture. Food, music, saddlemaking, lei making, lauhala weaving, pony rides and more.

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Legacy Land grants for seven projects; four on Big Isle

Legacy Land grants for seven projects; four on Big Isle

MEDIA RELEASE The Legacy Land Conservation Program (LLCP) will convey approximately $3,267,380 million from the State Land Conservation Fund for land acquisition projects to protect Hawaii’s unique and valuable resources. Seven state, county, and nonprofit applicants will receive grant funds for the permanent protection of lands having cultural, archeological, and natural resource values. Four of […]

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