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Magic of the Season Open House in Hilo

December 1, 2016, 9:45 AM HST
* Updated September 8, 5:12 PM
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2016-magic-of-the-season-flyer1The public is invited to Hawai‘i County’s Magic of the Season Open House Monday through Friday, Dec. 12 through 16 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Hawai‘i County Building in Hilo.

County volunteers will provide refreshments and light pūpū, offer holiday activities and spread cheer so families may enjoy a safe, community-oriented event.

Nā Hōkū Hanohano award-winning performers Mark Yamanaka and Darlene Ahuna will be joined by the Hawai‘i County Band, hula dancers and other exciting performers.

The Magic of the Season also features dozens of trees that county employees have decorated.

Members of the public are encouraged to stop by the County Building, located at 25 Aupuni Street in Hilo, weekdays from 8 a.m. to enjoy the festive trees.

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All activities and entertainment are free.

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EVENT SCHEDULE

Monday, Dec. 12

  • Christy Lassiter Trio
  • Lori Lei’s Hula Studio
  • Times Five

Tuesday, Dec. 13

  • Komakakino
  • Kolea
  • Average Joe
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Wednesday, Dec. 14

  • Randy Lorenzo & Friends
  • Vaughn Valentino
  • Mark Yamanaka

Thursday, Dec. 15

  • Darlene Ahuna
  • Sarah Bethany Band
  • Hawai‘i County Band

Friday, Dec. 16

  • Kris Fuchigami
  • Hālau O Kou Lima Nani E
  • Delis Estabillio & Friends

For more information, contact Public Information Officer Jason Armstrong at 961-8311 or [email protected].

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