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❁Continued from page 67 many interesting Hawaiian historical sites found on the Kona Coast. Sponsored by the Kona Historical Society with narration by Kona’s John Mitchell. Enjoy pupus and drinks. 2 – 5 p.m. Fee. 808.322.2788 or www.konahistorical.org.
Kokua Kailua Hulihe’e Palace Concert and Village Stroll Sunday, Aug. 15 Kailua-Kona Free Hawaiian hula featuring the Merrie Monarchs Men’s Glee Club on the palace’s lawn at 4 p.m., presented by the Daughters of Hawai‘i. This month’s event honors Princes Kai‘ulani. Bring your own beach mat or chair. 808.329.9555.
Puna Chefs and Farms Culinary Arts Festival Oct. 24 – Oct. 31 Puna This event is a full week of experiencing culinary delights at Puna dining spots, and, in hands-on classes, discovering secrets of creating wholesome, delicious HawaiianPacific cuisine, including sustainable aqua and agriculture production and meal presentation. At Kalani Oceanside Retreat near Pahoa in Puna. Fee. 808.965.0468 or www.kalani.com.
Tuesday, Oct. 25 Keauhou Kona Stories book store in the Keauhou Shopping Center hosts the “Just the Facts” Nonfiction Book Club on the fourth Tuesday each month, 6:30 p.m. Call in advance to find out what the group is reading; bring a pupu or beverage to share and join in. Free. 808.324.0350.
Hawaii Body and Beauty Trade Fair October 28-29 Hilo Variety of exhibits, demonstrations, seminars, entertainment, drawings. Winners need not be present. Entrance fee is good for both days. 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. AfookChinen Civic Auditorium Complex. Open to the public. 808.341.8614 or hawaii. email@example.com.
Obake– Ghost Stories Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28 and 29 Hamakua Coast Celebrate Halloween local-style at this popular annual event, an evening of spooky obake or ghost stories featuring Tita Kathy Collins. 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 28 at Motonaga Garage, Akiko’s Bed and Breakfast in Wailea Village at the 15-mile marker on Hwy. 19. $8 reservations 808.963.6422; and 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 at the Hotel Honoka‘a Club in Honoka‘a; $8, 808.775.0678.
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