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A traditional lū‘au includes an imu pig, shown being removed from the earthen oven where it is cooked. The lū‘au tradition in Hawai`i dates back almost 200 years. When first introduced by King Kamehameha II in 1819, it represented a…

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Saturday, Nov. 16, Noon - 8 pm All the latest trends and fashions in weddings will be on display at the Wedding Expo 2013, including renowned designers Haku Formals (Hilo), Attractions (Kona) and Manuheali`i (Honolulu), plus 40 other vendors. TICKETS:…

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In Tune with the Islands

Music and dance tell you as much about the people, culture, and traditions of a place as any guide book ever could. When you hear mariachis serenading, you understand something about the romanticism of Mexico; likewise, the swinging beat of…

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Happy HalloQueen!

Thursday, October 31 5 - 7 pm Bring your family to Queens’ MarketPlace for some safe Halloween fun! Find our candy stations situated around the shopping center. Enjoy the music from our live DJ.

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Safe Halloween Fun

October 315pm- 7pm Safe Trick or Treat throughout the center. The first 100 children to arrive will receive a trick-or-treat bag with candy from Kings’ Shops. At 6 pm The Great Barusky will perform Tricks N’ Treats, a magic show,…

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Dennis Rose Invitational

Monday and Tuesday, October 28-29 The University of Hawaii at Hilo will host selected NCAA Division II schools in the Annual Dennis Rose Invitational golf tournament at the Waikoloa Beach & Kings’ Courses. Open to the public.

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Weddings In Paradise

In the 1961 film, Blue Hawaii, Elvis Presley sang “The Hawaiian Wedding Song,” and millions of girls around the world swooned. What person in love could resist the sweetheart lyrics: “This is the moment I’ve waited for I can hear…

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