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The Green Flash!   Highlighted Events of the Next Two Weeks

(For a more complete listing of events, go to KONAWEB's Big Island Events Calendar).

May 18-20, 2018
HAWAI'I KUAULI PACIFIC AND ASIA CULTURAL FESTIVAL - KAILUA-KONA
A celebration of Hawai'i island as a cultural melting pot, this three day event will be packed with food, fashion, cultural expressions, a keiki hula competition and cultural workshops. The event begins Friday day evening with protocol from the various cultures represented. Saturday is filled with a wearable arts fashion show, arts & crafts demonstrations and the first annual Hawaii Kuauli keiki hula competition. Sunday is a day of cultural workshops and education. The festival is a culturally based experience for both local residents and visitors. Time: 5pm at Courtyard King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hote. Cost: Wearable Arts Fashion Show - $10. Keiki Hula Competition - $10; 5-10 years, $5; Under 4 years, free. For more information, call (808) 895-4205, email info@hikuauli.com or visit www.HiKuauli.com.

May 19, 2018
KONA CHORAL SOCIETY PRESENTS MOZART'S REQUIEM - MAUNA LANI BAY HOTEL
Kona Choral Society, under the direction of Artistic Director Susan McCreary Duprey, presents its Spring concert on Saturday, May 19, at 4:00 PM, at the Hale Hoaloha Pavilion at the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel and Bungalows. With a 28 year tradition of providing excellent choral music to the Hawai'i Island community, the 100-plus voice chorus, along with four multi-talented local soloists, and a 30-person orchestra, presents Mozart's Requiem. World-renowned Joseph Flummerfelt will be the guest conductor. Leonard Bernstein called Flummerfelt the "world's best choral conductor." The Grammy-award winning maestro was named Musical America's 2004 conductor of the year, and in 2016 he retired from 44 years of choral preparation for the New York Philharmonic. Cost: Reserved, $50; Adults, $25; Students, $5. For more information, call (808) 987-4891 or visit http://konachoralsociety.org.

May 20, 2018
ANNUAL FARM FESTIVAL AT HAMAKUA HARVEST - HONOKA'A
Hamakua Harvest is located at the intersection of the Mamalahoa Highway and Mamane Street just outside of Honoka'a at 44-2600 Mamalahoa Hwy. From 8:00 AM to 3 PM there will be locally produced goods and artisanal food available from numerous vendors. Enjoy an all-day lineup of some of the best local musicians, stop by the educational presentations or the hands-on exhibits. Children will enjoy the expanded Keiki zone. Treat yourself to anything from fancy dinners to local products at the Silent Auction. Joshua Lanakila Mangauil of the Hawaiian Cultural Center of Hamakua opens the festivities with a traditional Hawaiian protocol, and the cultural center's hula halau will take the stage to entertain and inspire. Learn all about taro (kalo), a Hawaiian staple, from planting the "huli" to pounding poi. Free admission. ]Hamakua Harvest is a 5013 non-profit organization and corporate sponsorships and tax deductible donations are welcomed and publicly acknowledged. This event is sponsored by Hawai'i Tourism Authority. For more information, call (808) 896-2151 or visit http://hamakuaharvest.org/annual-farm-festival/.

May 20, 2018
AFTERNOON AT THE PALACE CONCERT/HULA AND VILLAGE STROLL
Hawaiian music by Keolanui Serenaders and hula from Kumu Etua Lopes' halau Hula Na Pua U'i O Hawai'i on the grounds of Hulihe'e Palace on Alii Drive from 4-5pm. Bring your own beach mat or chair. Before and after the Palace performance, stroll thru historic Kailua Village (the Stroll starts at 1pm & goes till 6pm), enjoy over 100 vendor booths, plus oceanside restaurants, local musicians & artists. For more info about the Palace event, email hulihee@ilhawaii.net. For more info about the Stroll, email HKVevents@yahoo.com or visit historickailuavillage.com.

May 20-28, 2018
HONOKA'A WESTERN WEEK PARADE & BLOCK PARTY
Everyone is invited to dress up western-style and visit Honoka'a town merchants, plus join in different paniolo-themed activities every night. Parade and Block Party on May 25th 5pm and 3-10pm respectively. For more information, visit Honoka'a Western Week on facebook.

(More events can be found on KONAWEB's Big Island Events Calendar).


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