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Arts Under the Stars

Second Saturday of each monthMarch 9 & April 13, 5-8pm Center Stage Kings’ Shops at Waikoloa Beach Resort announces Arts Under the Stars, a new series of Free events that will take place on the second Saturday of each month.…

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The Amer Ari Invitational

The 23rd Annual Amer Ari intercollegiate golf tournament was held at Waikoloa Beach Resort’s Kings’ Course in February, with 20 of the top teams in the country participating. After three days of play, UCLA and the University of Washington tied…

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Local Boy Makes Good

The Three Fat Pigs, a new restaurant under the direction of Chef Philip “Ippy” Aiona, who recently starred on Season 8 of Food Network Star, will be open at Kings’ Shops in March. A gastropub which promises patrons plenty of…

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Love is ♥ ♥ ♥

The Hawaiian vacation you always promised each other. And on Valentine’s Day, what could possibly be more romantic? Write love letters in the sand, walk hand in hand along entrancing beaches or through tropical gardens, lined with beckoning palms. Splash…

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Chicago Cranks it Up

A sense of electricity charged the air January 12th, as excited fans from all around the island filled Waikoloa Bowl to hear and cheer for the multi-platinum sounds of “Chicago” in concert. More than 3,000 people danced in the grass…

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Chicago in Concert

Saturday, Jan. 12, Doors open at 6 pm, concert at 7:30 pm Waikoloa Bowl Grammy Award-winners Chicago will perform in Waikoloa as part of their 2012- 2013 world tour. Chicago, one of America’s most dynamic, high-energy bands, has had an…

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18th Annual Na Lima Hana Craft Fair

Saturday, Nov. 24 and Sunday, Nov.25, from 9am-4pmHilton Waikoloa Village Convention Center Over 100 crafters from the Big Island will be on hand to showcase and sell their unique one-of-a-kind arts and crafts. You’ll find something for everyone on your…

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Designing Waikoloa— Architect Ted Garduque

From thatched roof Polynesian hale to sprawling Plantation-era structures and modern tropical palaces, the architecture of these islands tells a fascinating tale. Perhaps no one knows that story better than Ted Garduque, whose Honolulu- based architectural firm, Garduque Architects, LLC, has been adding new chapters since 1987. Among his many professional achievements are several of the most prominent buildings in Waikoloa Beach Resort: Queens’ MarketPlace, Kings’ Shops, and Kings’ Clubhouse.
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