Celebrate the Holidays at Keauhou Shopping Center

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Keauhou Shopping Center is ready to shine during the holidays.

With a ton of activities lined up at the Kona shopping center, friends and families can celebrate the season in their own unique style, whether that’s decorating cookies or visiting with Santa.

“The holidays are an important time for our community to gather, celebrate our loved ones and share gratitude,” said Keauhou Shopping Center general manager Colene DeMello. “We are proud to offer events and activities that bring people together to ignite the spirit of the season, while also supporting our local small businesses.”

The festivities at Keauhou Shopping Center this year include Christmas at Keauhou. Sign up on Eventbrite to reserve a free goodie bag and a chance to take a photo with Santa from 5-8 p.m. Dec. 4, 11 or 18. Santa will be in the courtyard at the shopping center from 6-7:45 p.m. Eventbrite registration required.


Head to the courtyard after school from 4-6 p.m. Dec. 8 and 15 for cookie decorating and ornament making. A goodie bag is included with registration. The Cookies and Crafts event is for those who can’t make the Christmas at Keauhou event. Registration is required at Eventbrite.

Need a little help finding gifts for the people in your life? Keauhou Shopping Center is sharing gift guides for kids, Mom and Dad, foodies and even for treating yourself.

Gather inspiration and shop from the comfort of your own home through Christmas Eve by following Keauhou Shopping Center on Instagram.


The true spirit of the season is about kindness. In celebration of National Kindness Day, Nov. 13, the shopping center is also hosting an interactive art display where guests are invited to “Make Kindness Stick.” Visit the art display located near the courtyard to participate throughout the holiday season.

To learn more about holiday celebrations at Keauhou Shopping Center, follow the center on social media and visit

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