IN THE SCENE: Our Night Out Kona

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The first of four Our Night Out Kona events slated in 2015 drew dozens to Brewery Block in Kailua-Kona.

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The first of four Our Night Out Kona events slated in 2015 drew dozens to Brewery Block in Kailua-Kona.

The O.N.O. Kona night market held April 18 benefited Mele Murals, a youth development, arts education, cultural preservation, and community-building project that started in 2013 with the dream of creating a series of large-scale outdoor murals focusing on Hawaiian lyrics that explore moolelo aina (stories of place) and cultural and historical heritage.

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The Mele Murals kids next head to Kauai where they will spend two weeks on a mural project at Ana Hola before returning to the Big Island to complete a second mural at Keauhou Shopping Center.

Three more Our Night Out Kona events are slated this year on June 6, Sept. 5 and Nov. 21 at the Brewery Block.

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