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Kailua, HI 96734
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Takase Doors & Service
  • • Sales & Service Of All Brands
  • • Commercial & Residential Entry Doors
  • • Door Installation & Repair
(808) 841-9134
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Stacey's Mobile Screen Repairs
  • • Specializing In Window & Door Installation & Replacement
  • • Commercial & Residential
  • • Free Estimates & Island Wide Service
(808) 372-4361
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M & R Roofing & Raingutters, LLC
  • • Residential & Commercial Roofing
  • • Flat & Metal Roof Services
  • • Roof Inspection
(808) 260-1611
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Dumore Construction & Remodeling
  • • Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling Services
  • • New Construction - Renovations
  • • General Construction & Home Maintenance
(808) 216-9956
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Things To Do in Hawaii, HI

Ponoholo RanchPonoholo Ranch

A gorgeous sunset on the beach becomes even more magical when you are horseback riding with that special someone on a romantic date. Enjoy a sunset ride on the Ponoholo Ranch and you'll see the most amazing colors in the sky and on the sprawling beachfront.

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Kona Brewers FestivalKona Brewers Festival

Sample the variety of tastes and the unique flavor of local hops at the annual Kona Brewers Festival on the shores of Kailua Bay. The growing microbrewery movement in Hawaii promotes local companies and their art form.

 
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Honolulu Museum of ArtHonolulu Museum of Art

The Honolulu Academy of Arts was founded in 1922 and opened to the public on April 8, 1927. It was the vision of Anna Rice Cooke, a woman born into a prominent missionary family on O‘ahu in 1853. Growing up in a home that appreciated the arts, she went on to marry Charles Montague Cooke, also of a prominent missionary family, and the two settled in Honolulu. In 1882, they built a home on Beretania Street, on the site that would become home to the museum. In 1961, Thurston Twigg-Smith opened an art gallery—the Contemporary Art Center—within the Honolulu Advertiser building, which he owned. The gallery featured work from Twigg-Smith's collection and work by local artists. In 1988, the Twigg-Smith family donated Spalding House, which was built by Honolulu Academy of Arts founder Anna Rice Cooke, to create The Contemporary Museum, a private, nonprofit museum for contemporary art in Honolulu. In 2011, The Contemporary Museum gifted its assets and collection to the Honolulu Academy of Arts and in 2012, the combined museum changed its name to the Honolulu Museum of Art.

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