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“Fly out” from Earth as the planetarium operator guides the audience through various regions and structures of the Universe, based on data from the telescopes located on Maunakea.Visitors to the center can enjoy other planetarium selections as well: the 1pm showing of Maunakea: Between Earth and Sky, and other shows throughout the day. Wednesdays Kanikapila Jam Sessions are open to all musicians.Every Tuesday Free 5K Run & Walk meet up at Big Island Running Company on Alii Drive in Kailua-Kona for this fun, free, non-competitive fun run. First Tuesday of the Month Kona Historical Society: Special Bakes at its stone oven, located below the Kealakekua office.Visitors, residents, children, anyone and everyone are invited to join the community camaraderie and help promote active, healthy lifestyles. From 10am-pm, the public is invited to watch the baking process.This hands-on workshop uses the freshest of ferns, leaves and flowers that Randy personally gathers from the Ola’a rain forests. Saturdays Closest to the Full Moon Twilight at Kalahuipuaa or as the locals call it, is a monthly gathering of kama‘aina and tourists alike that celebrates the tradition of storytelling through music, dance and spoken word. Second Saturday of the Month Night Market @ The Point a wide range of Hawaiian-local food along with local crafts and clothing and live music.This is a free event occurring every second Friday of the month; park entrance fees apply. Every First Saturday Mauna Kea Visitor’s Information Station, monthly program to discuss recent observations and discoveries, 6pm, with stargazing. The Eva Woods Parker Cottage is a small (house) situated on land between the Kalahuipuaa Fishponds and the Pacific Ocean at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows. Family friendly and alcohol, drug and tobacco-free. Saturdays & Sundays Mauna Kea Visitor’s Information Station offers free summit tours starting at 1pm.Other races include double-hull canoe races, SUP races, OC1 and OC2 races, and teen long distance races. September 1 & 2 Queen Liliuokalani Long Distance Canoe Races have been held annually since 1971.Other races include double-hull canoe races, SUP races, OC1 and OC2 races, and teen long distance races. September 4 Hula Voices with Kumu Hula Sammye Young is an oral history project, presenting an engaging, intimate “talk story” session with Hawaii Island’s hula practitioners, as they share their hula genealogy, traditions, protocols and experiences. September 6 Kanikapila Nights featuring Some of the Finest Local Musician, Including Grammy and Na Hoku Hanohano Award Winning Artist.
The hands-on ‘ukulele event is held on the front porch of Volcano Art Center Gallery inside the Volcanoes National Park. Lee uses a variety of natural materials to fashion the most gorgeous of leis.
Kauai is Hawaii's fourth largest island and is sometimes called the "Garden Island," which is an entirely accurate description.
The oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain is draped in emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires and jagged cliffs aged by time and the elements.
A cherished Japanese Buddhist custom, dating back more than 500 years, Obon (sometimes shortened to just “Bon”) traditionally lasts for a duration of three days and consists of a dance known as Bon-Odori, which is often the highlight of the entire event. August 29-September 2 Queen Liliuokalani Long Distance Canoe Races have been held annually since 1971.
The women’s and men’s 18-mile races follow a historically and culturally significant course running between Kamakahonu Beach in Kailua Bay and Puuhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park.