Hawaii Island: Commemorating our Alii
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Hulihe‘e Palace built by High Chief "John Adams" Kuakini in 1838, Kailua, Kona.

Reminder!  Day at Hulihee Palace on Saturday, March 28th
Help commemorate Prince Kūhiō, Hawaii’s Citizen Prince and preserve historic Hulihe‘e Palace.

Come, enjoy the annual Day at Hulihe‘e with numerous arts and crafts booths, a bake sale, flowers and fresh-made lei, lots of ‘ono mea‘ai and entertainment.  Remember to check out Tutu’s Attic, a long-time tradition at the event. 

Day at Hulihe‘e Palace is from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at Hulihe‘e Palace located at 75-5718 Ali‘i Drive in Kailua-Kona.  Palace admission is free all day, donations accepted.  For more information contact Hulihe‘e Palace Office at 808.329.9555, Anita Okimoto or email

Please call or email if you would like to make a monetary or in kind donation.

Mahalo nui loa and see you there!

Entertainment including hula halau, the popular Tutu's Attic, fresh lei and plants, and a great 'ono spread where's there's a goodie for everyone!

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