Big Island Chocolate Festival regroups, sets date of May 13-14
KOHALA COAST — After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the ever-popular Big Island Chocolate Festival is presenting a “reimagined edition” May 13-14 at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort &Spa.
Big Island Chocolate Festival rescheduled to August
In the wake of the COVID-19 situation, the ninth Big Island Chocolate Festival has been rescheduled from May 1-2 to August 14-15.
10th Big Isand Chocolate Festival set for April
The delicious flavors and aromas of chocolate will “Indulge the Senses” at the Big Island Chocolate Festival April 28-29 at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa.
Tropical Gardening: Chocolate, plants make great gifts for Mother’s Day
Sunday is Mother’s Day and if you forgot any of those favorite women in your life, you are in real trouble! Trying to wrack your brains for just the right last-minute gift can be frustrating. Chocolates are often a favorite gift, but why not go one step further and treat your loved ones to the Big Island Chocolate Festival on May 14 at the Waikoloa Beach Marriot Resort and Spa. The event is an all-VIP affair with a four-course dinner service. There will be unlimited wine and beer plus a newly launched specialty chocolate spritzer by Ola Brew, according to the organizers. There will also be live music and dancing. Other chocolate surprises will be served as well. For tickets visit www.bigislandchocolatefestival.com/tickets.
More than a dozen Big Island nonprofits to receive HTA funding
Continuing its reinvestment in Hawaii’s communities, the Hawaii Tourism Authority has announced it is awarding $2.9 million in funding statewide to support 86 community-based projects, festivals and events through its Community Enrichment program for 2022.
Beneficiaries named for chocolate gala
KOHALA COAST — With the theme, “Black &White,” the eighth annual Big Island Chocolate Festival is April 26-27, with events headquartered at The Westin Hapuna Beach Resort.
Students show their dessert skills at chocolate festival
Tropical Gardening: Legal mood enhancers like chocolate nothing new in Hawaii
Dead-of-winter trips from northern lights to festivals
Despite frigid temperatures plaguing some parts of the U.S., winter does have unique charms, whether it’s getting cozy by a fireplace with a mug of hot chocolate in a mountain inn or heading outdoors to a magical landscape of forests and mountains sparkling with snow.