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The warm days of September in West Hawaii make you want to spend a little time in cooler climes around the island. This month there are many fun events in Holualoa and Waimea if you need a bit of a chill from sunning yourself on a warm beach in Kona! LUVA Real Estate agents can also show you new listings on the market in all temperate zones of West Hawaii! Just give us call!

WHAT: FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

WHERE: Holualoa Village

WHEN: September 6, 2019

Holualoa Village galleries will feature new art and artists, tasty street eats and music all along Mamalahoa Highway through town during the monthly Art-After-Dark event from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m. The village block party features art and artists in over a dozen galleries and shops, as well as

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Time to celebrate summer and the best way to do that is to join in on all the celebrations of our nation’s birthday on Thursday! LUVA Real Estate wishes everyone a very happy 4th of July week! Other events of note are the events at the Hulile’e Palace. If you enjoy Hawaiian storytelling and entertainment, you get two chances this month to experience the Aloha!

WHAT: KAILUA-KONA INDEPENDENCE DAY PARADE AND FIREWORKS

WHEN: July 4, 2019

WHERE: Kailua Village (downtown Kona)

The annual Kailua-Kona Independence Day Parade will begin at 6:00pm at the Kekua'okalani Gym, proceed along Ali'i Drive, and finish at the Royal Kona Resort. There will be seven announcer stations throughout the parade. Check www.ParadesInKona.com for locations. Fireworks over

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Happy Summer! Longer days, later sunsets and warmer ocean water are here. We also have quite a few outdoor events this month in Kona and around Hawaii that are fun for the whole family with kids out of school now. From running to live music to a BrewFest in Hilo, lots to enjoy this month!

LUVA Real Estate agents are busy showing homes to families and retirees here getting ready for the fall and winter season. If you are on island, we hope you are taking advantage of the freedom and fun of summer!

WHAT: FIRST FRIDAY CELEBRATION

WHEN: June 7th, 2019

WHERE:- Holualoa Village

Holualoa Village galleries will feature new art and artists, tasty street eats and music all along Mamalahoa Highway through town during the monthly Art-After-Dark event

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When we think of March in West Hawaii, we think of the humpback whales being here in full force, making looking out onto the ocean a casual sport as you can see the little rainbows from their spouts or the huge splashes created by their breaches. We also think of craft brew for the annual Kona Brewers Festival, which hosts almost 2000 guests each year and raises money for great causes in West Hawaii. We also see many people here escaping the snow and cold back on the mainland hanging on tightly to their warm sunny days in West Hawaii. As you get out and enjoy our beautiful spring weather, LUVA Real Estate shares some great events to help you enjoy your time here or for residents, great opportunities for you to volunteer

What: West Hawaii Community

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Happy Holidays!! When driving along the highway in Kailua Kona and South Kona you may be seeing the bright red of blooming poinsettias during the day and in the evening the bright lights that have gone up on the oceanfront businesses in Kailua Village. There is a slight chill in the air in the morning and the sight of Christmas trees on the tops of cars are all part of knowing the holiday season is here in West Hawaii. If you are planning on enjoying some fun things to do in West Hawaii for the 2018 Holiday Season, LUVA Real Estate suggests getting some of these dates on your calendar SOON, as much of the fun happens in the beginning of the December such as the culinary experience of Christmas with the Chefs and the annual Christmas Parade. We wish you

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Fireworks at Waikoloa Resort There are a few things you can expect in July in West Hawaii: The Kailua Kona 4th of July parade, the Rubber Duckie Race in Waikoloa, the Turtle Independence Day at the Mauna Lani, and the horse races and rodeo at Parker Ranch, all on the 4th of July! Later in the month, the Mango Festival celebrates one of Hawaii’s favorite fruits and is holding a benefit concert for the Puna lava evacuees and animals.   The days are longer, the ocean is warm, and there is plenty to see and do all over the island if you are visiting.

 LUVA Vacation Rentals also reminds you that we are busily booking vacation homes for Kona Ironman, coming up on October 13th, now. See what is still available on our website!

 

Here are some events to plan around:

 

What:

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June is a time for families to come to Hawaii Island and enjoy summer vacation and long days at the beach and pool. For residents of West Hawaii, we are still trying to find a new normal of an active lava flow in Puna that now looks as if it will be a long lasting volcanic vent, which we are watching on the nightly news or in the newspaper as to what long term impacts it will have to the island.

The good news is that we are 100 miles from the lava activity, donation drives are in full swing in West Hawaii to help the displaced residents of Puna and LUVA Real Estate agents and friends are working to let people know that Hawaii is open for business. We hope you will come out and support these local events and our local vendors and businesses. Mahalo!

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Do you love Hawaiian culture, the amazing food and coffee we grow here and a chance to give back to this amazing community we call home? Lots to see, do, eat, drink, taste, learn and enjoy this month on Hawaii Island. LUVA Real Estate also wants to let you know that something VERY interesting is currently happening in Volcanoes National Park if you are on island now and over the next few weeks. The lava lake at Halemaumau Crater is filling with lava and the nightly glow is the strongest it has been since the caldera opened up ten years ago! So, if you want to see the lava from a safe distance with easy access, go to the Jagger Museum at the park and put that on your things to do list in May, too!

What: HOKULEA VOYAGING CANOE TOUR 

When:

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Spring time in West Hawaii is the beginning of our “shoulder season” where many of the snow birds and Spring Break crowds diminish and there seems to be a collective sigh from the island residents as parking becomes available at the beaches again and the restaurants have open seating again! LUVA Real Estate encourages those of you who like to enjoy the culture of the island and more room on the roads and beach parks to enjoy April!  This month leads with the world renown Merrie Monarch Festival. If you love watching hula, costumes and tradition, it is all here THIS week! And if you love chocolate AND coffee, this is your month! Read on for more fun!

What: THE 55th ANNUAL MERRIE MONARCH FESTIVAL

When: April 1-7, 2018

Where: Hilo

The annual

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Clean up a beach park in Kona, get your avocado fix at the Avocado Festival and enjoy a ukelele music festival on the Kohala Coast! Also don’t miss a chance to support the Hawaii Island Humane Society at their annual fundraiser. LUVA Real Estate brings you the fun for March!

What: Annual Beach Clean Up

When: Saturday March 3 2018 at 8 am

Where: Old Airport Beach Park

 

Help make a difference to the world you live in AND the Big Island. This event is spearheaded by an array of local groups and organizations, including Big Island Wave Riders Against Drugs. This cleanup is estimated to save the county more than $400,000. Volunteers will be given a t-shirt and they will sign up to clean up at a beach of their choice before heading out

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