Entertainment Wrap-Up: 01-03-20

  • LT Smooth

  • Krista Joan Donaldson

  • Barry Willis

  • Kari Bovee

Words and Wine Jan. 7

Join local authors for the monthly Words and Wine Event hosted by Kona Stories Book Store. This free public event offers a chance for you to meet and greet some of Hawaii’s favorite authors and artists while you enjoy complimentary pupu and wine. January’s featured authors are: Kari Bovee, Barry Willis and Krista Joan Donaldson.

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These authors will take you on an unique journey. First we travel to NYC in the 1920s in the award winning-mystery Grace in the Wings, then on to North Carolina in 1949 where we meet a bluegrass Banjo Pilot. Last we learn the surf code lessons from the Wave Rider’s Manifesto.

This event starts at 6 p.m. on Jan. 7 with an informal meet and greet merging into a more formal book presentation from each author and concluding around 8 p.m after a Q&A session. Dress is casual aloha wear.

Kona Stories is located in the Keauhou Shopping Center.

Info: Brenda or Joy at 324-0350 or visit: https://www.konastories.com/event/words-and-wine-author-talk-story-11

Kona author releases book

Humorist and businessman Andy Lukomski has written a book on his life in the business world. “If Our Dog Won’t Eat It, We Won’t Sell It” is available at Kona Stories Book Store for $12.99.

The book is a humorous story about Andy and his partner’s successful startup business that will inspire many to start a business of their own.

Exhibit showcases voyage

The 2020 Voyager Exhibit has opened in the Kahilu Galleries.

The exhibit highlights the recent voyage of Makalii and her sail from Hawaii Island to and through the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. The exhibit runs through Jan. 26.

All exhibits are free to the public and open noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and during all Kahilu Theatre performances.

First Friday in Holualoa tonight

Kick off the new year in style with an evening of art and entertainment, as Holualoa Village celebrates new art and artists, delicious street food, and music all along Mamalahoa Highway with their January First Friday Art-After Dark event.

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Join them from 5:30-8:30 p.m. tonight for the free community event geared for all ages. The village street party features art and artists in over a dozen galleries and shops, as well as live music and a great selection of local food vendors.

Matt and Mary Lovein of Holualoa Gallery will be commemorating their 30th year in business by hosting music by celebrity entertainer LT Smooth.

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