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5/24/2015 - HEIAU RESTRICTION
It has become necessary to post a "No Trespassing" sign at the heiau located on Paulehia Street due to trespassing and desecration (pet waste) of the site. Homeowners and visitors are asked to refrain from entering the heiau lot.
Hawai`i Revised Statues pertaining to historic preservation, (CHAPTER 6E,
6E-11 Penalties (c)) may impose fines of up to $10,000 for each violation.
Please stay off the heiau grounds (including pets).
4/30/2015 - PU`UHONUA O HONAUNAU NATL HISTORICAL PARK
On June 27th and 28th, 2015, Pu‘uhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park will host its annual Hawaiian Cultural Festival and celebrate the park’s 54th anniversary as a unit of the National Park Service. On Saturday, June 27th, activities will include canoe rides in Hōnaunau Bay, lauhala and coconut frond weaving, kapa beating, traditional leimaking, and more. On Sunday, June 28th, the celebration continues with traditional Hawaiian foods tasting and hukilau (traditional fishing) demonstration. This year’s festival theme is : “I ulu nō ka lālā i ke kumu – without the ancestors, we would not be here.”
The Cultural Festival takes visitors back in time so they can experience how Hawai‘i would’ve felt in the 1700’s. Practitioners in traditional dress will provide visitors with a uniquely Hawaiian experience, honor the culture and traditions of cultural experts and the Hawaiian people, and provide visitors and community members a time and place to gather, learn, and share. Take home craft items that you learned to make with your own hands!
Please visit our website for details or the park’s Facebook page for updates, www.nps.gov/puho
In order to protect fragile resources and preserve the historic setting, picnicking, coolers, and chairs are not allowed in the Royal Grounds. No food is available in the park.
When: June 27 & 28, 2015 – 9 am to 3 pm
Where: Pu‘uhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park – south on Highway 11 to mile marker 104, turn right on to Hwy 160 for three miles, turn left on Ke Ala o Keawe Road, proceed to park entrance.
Co-sponsors: Hawai‘i Pacific Parks Association and Nā Hoa Aloha o ka Pu‘uhonua o Hōnaunau |
Contact information: Park Visitor Center (808) 328-2326 x1702
ARE YOU RENTING YOUR HOME?
Homeowners who rent their Pualani Estates home to others should be aware of ACT 326.
ACT 326 requires operators (owners) of transient accommodations to submit relevant information to the Association and the Association must provide this information to the State of Hawai`i's Department of Taxation by December 31 of each year. Changes must be reported within 60 days.
A form, for your convenience, can be downloaded from here.
PROTECT YOURSELF FROM CRIMINAL ACTIVITY
On this web site, we post the weekly crime report from the Kona Police Department. Click on the link above marked "KONA POLICE CRIME BLAST REPORT - Read More"
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Your Association is always in need of more volunteers! Please consider joining one of our community committees! We ALL BENIFIT from lending a hand now and then--even if it is for just one year!