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Check out this event, fun for the whole family.

December 3, 2016


New this year: Kids corner with photo booth, face painting, bouncy house and petting zoo. In addition: Silent auction, food, vendor booths, "Trash and Treasure" booth, live entertainment, and much more. Park at Konawaena School; shuttles will transport attendees up and down the hill. Time: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at 81-1065 Konawaena School Road, Kealakekua. Free to the public. For more information, call (808) 323-2626, email or visit

The Arc of Kona is a private non profit organization for persons with disabilities, their advocates and families. They believe that people with disabilities are as individual in their needs, abilities and gifts as any other cross section of society. The Arc of Kona is committed to helping persons with disabilities achieve the fullest possible independence and participation in our society according to their wishes.

A big thanks to Kona Web for posting this information.

Also a big thanks for Arc of Kona for all the ways they help people with disabilities.

Their core values: Integrity, Visionary, Dedicated, Inclusive, Sensitive, Excellence.

Happy hibiscus in Hawaii

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