Kamuela, HI, October 25, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Leading Hawaii luxury real estate website LuxuryBigIsland.com is set to welcome attendees to the 44th Kona Coffee Cultural Festival, to be held this November 7 to 16, 2014.
Held each year to honor Kona’s coffee pioneers and farmers and celebrate the district’s rich cultural heritage, the ten-day festival will feature various thrilling activities for the entire family: from a coffee art show competition and coffee picking games, to coffee farm tours and a scholarship pageant called Miss Kona Coffee.
Truly, the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival gathers Kona coffee pioneers, farmers and artisans, as well as tens of thousands of guests, each wanting to be part of the one-of-a-kind coffee fete that can only happen in a district with 650 coffee farms.
“Coffee is well-loved all over the world, but most especially here in Kona, where people take pride in a long history of cultivating coffee – one that spans 200 years. We invite residents as well as tourists to come and savor the experience. With the varied lineup of activities, we’re sure there is something for everyone to enjoy,” shared Harold Clarke, expert realtor and founder of LuxuryBigIsland.com, and also the owner of Windermere/C and H Properties.
The Donkey Mill Art Center, a beautifully restored Kona coffee mill, will host an Art Show which will feature the works local artists throughout the festival duration, as well as a lauhala weaving workshop on select days. Meanwhile, the Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa will be the home of the Miss Kona Coffee Scholarship Pageant on November 8, and the Coffee Recipe Contest on November 9.
For its part, the Makaeo County Pavilion is the venue for the Kona Coffee 101 Seminar, and the Aloha Makahiki Concert, both happening on November 9.
Visitors can get a glimpse of the environment that spawned a thriving local coffee industry, through tours led by the Kona Coffee Council (November 11 and 14) or the Kona Historical Society (every day, from November 10 to 14). Attendees may also opt for a professionally guided tour throughout the famous Kona Coffee Belt, and witness coffee roasting and try bean-picking firsthand (November 10 and 13).
Finally, on November 15 and 16, the Keauhou Heritage Center will host the Kamehameha Schools Coffee Label Display and Competition, and a workshop where local artisans will train attendees on kapa making, lauhala weaving, and lei making, all of which are part of Hawaii’s colorful cultural tradition.
For a full list of activities planned for this year’s Kona Coffeee Cultural Festival, call 808-326-7820 or log on to www.konacoffeefest.com.
To know more about how history, culture, and island life converge on the Big Island of Hawaii, get in touch Harold Clarke, by calling 443-1320 or emailing Harold@LuxuryBigIsland.com. Harold has made a name for himself as one of the most successful real estate agents in Hawaii. His deep knowledge and broad reach have attracted the most exclusive listings across all of the Big Island resorts, and Harold is now unquestionably the key to the best in luxury real estate on the Big Island
About: For more information on luxury properties on the Big Island, call Harold Clarke, award-winning real estate expert
, owner of Windermere/C and H Properties, and founder of LuxuryBigIsland.com at (808) 443-1320 or email him directly at Harold@LuxuryBigIsland.com. Interested parties may also visit the company page at www.linkedin.com/company/luxury-big-island.