Category: Hawaii

Hawaiian Cultural Celebration – July 10, 2021

Posted on 07/08/21 by ian No Comments
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Please join us on Saturday, July 10, 2021 from 11am – 2pm for a Hawaiian Cultural Celebration supporting Downtown Hilo and presented by Downtown Hilo Improvement Association and Destination Hilo. We will have the Hula Sisters from 11am to 12pm, story telling (haʻi ōlelo) from 12pm to 12:30pm with Leilehua Yuen and music with Bert Naihe from 12:30 to 2pm! We will be practicing social distancing! The event will be located in front of 186 Kamehameha […]

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Hawaiian Cultural Celebration Supporting Downtown Hilo – May 2021

Posted on 04/28/21 by Destination Hilo (MB) No Comments
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Join on Saturday, May 8th, 2021 from 11am – 2pm for a Hawaiian Cultural Celebration supporting Downtown Hilo and presented by Downtown Hilo Improvement Association and Destination Hilo.

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Destination Hilo Welcomes 2021

Posted on 01/22/21 by Destination Hilo (MB) No Comments
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Hawai‘i is beginning to open to visitors.  We are glad to see you.  Please follow County regulations for keeping safe. Our HeART OF HILO HAWAIIAN CULTURAL CELEBRATION is live with HULA, STORYTELLING and MUSIC.  Stroll through Downtown Hilo on the SECOND SATURDAY of the month through June 2021.  Find our tent in front of one […]

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Hawaiian Cultural Celebration Supporting Downtown Hilo

Posted on 12/01/20 by Destination Hilo (MB) No Comments
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Join on Saturday, December 12th, 2020 from 11am – 2pm for a Hawaiian Cultural Celebration supporting Downtown Hilo and presented by Downtown Hilo Improvement Association and Destination Hilo.

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Lyman Museum: New Discoveries in Hawai‘i’s Lava Tubes

Posted on 02/07/20 by Destination Hilo (MB) No Comments
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Who dares describe Hawai‘i’s iconic lava tubes as fossilized tunnels, bereft of life?! Since 2015, UH-Mānoa’s Dr. Megan Porter and a team of cave biologists from around the U.S. have been studying the communities of animals living in lava tubes on the island of Hawai‘i. Learn all about these creatures and their nether world, on […]

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January 2020 Hilo Hula Days

Posted on 12/30/19 by Destination Hilo (MB) No Comments
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Join us at the Moʻoheau Bandstand for our weekly program – Hilo Hula Tuesdays – from 11AM – Noon every Tuesday!

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November 2019 Hilo Hula Days

Posted on 10/29/19 by Destination Hilo (MB) No Comments
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Join us at the Moʻoheau Bandstand for our weekly program – Hilo Hula Tuesdays – from 11AM – Noon every Tuesday!

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Roadside Geology of the Island of Hawai‘i: Three Interesting Explorations

Posted on 09/23/19 by Destination Hilo (MB) No Comments
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“Roadside Geology of the Island of Hawai‘i: Three Interesting Explorations” Monday, September 30, 2019 7:00 – 8:30 pm, evening AND Tuesday, October 1 3:00 – 4:30 pm, matinee  at the Lyman Museum.

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Lyman Museum: Dig In: Discover How to Cultivate Healthy Soil

Posted on 06/12/19 by Destination Hilo (MB) No Comments
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Learn how to tell if a soil is healthy and what you can do to enhance soil health (whether in a community garden, large or small farm, or your own backyard), twice on Monday, June 24: from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. and again from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m., at the Lyman Museum.

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Lyman Museum: Pride and Prejudice on Kaua‘i

Posted on 02/21/19 by Destination Hilo (MB) No Comments
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An international controversy is brewing over the proposed renaming of the Russian Fort Elizabeth State Historical Park on Kaua‘i, to “Pā‘ula‘ula/Fort Elizabeth.” The fort was built by Hawaiians as part of King Kaumuali‘i’s residential compound in 1816-17, when the King was allied with Dr. George Anton Schäffer of the Russian-American Company (RAC).

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