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‘Iwa Arts Summertime Celebration to Feature Local Chefs and Artists

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‘Iwa Arts owners, Anne Catlin and John Matsushita, with baby Charlotte-Rose. Courtesy photo.

Complete with popsicles, pie and pool floats, the ‘Iwa Arts & Cafe and the Strawberry Patch Restaurant in Kealakekua will host a Summertime Celebration on Sunday, Aug. 20, 2017, from noon to 3 p.m. 

The event serves as a belated grand opening and will showcase local restaurants, artists and performers.

The event line up includes an art exhibit by Lauren Bradburn, a rasp knife demonstration by Neil Kamimura, and a performance by Kona Dance and Performing Arts.

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Nowelo, featuring Ann Hoku Lynn on trumpet, will play a fusion of acoustic blues, jazz and hip-hop. Loko Wraps will also be serving up heaping plates of food.

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‘Iwa Arts & Café, located in the 150-year-old historic Honuaino Square, opened in April 2017 with a mission to bridge the understanding between handmade objects and the process of making them.

A portion of the event’s proceeds will benefit Child & Family Services.

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For more information, visit ‘Iwa Arts & Café.

Cafe interior. Courtesy photo.

Doorstep of ‘Iwa Arts & Cafe. Courtesy photo.

French Lentil Soup. Courtesy photo.

Fresh house soda. Courtesy photo.

Gallery boat. Courtesy photo.

Pastries. Courtesy photo.

Sketchbook Botanicals by Lauren Bradburn. Courtesy photo.

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