Last Weekend of the 50th State Fair

THE 50th State Fair in its last weekend at Aloha Stadium from June 23rd through June 25th. 

The 50th State Fair is one of the largest annual events in the state, fun entertainment for Hawaii's ohana. 

Shrills, thrills, and excitement in the midway with rides, games, food, and fun. 

Featuring; The Equinox which is a spectacular attraction brought over from the mainland special for the 50th State Fair. Riders will experience controlled flips as they are rotated 50ft above the ground on this spectacular thrill ride! The Petting Zoo, the Amazing Anastasini Circus, and more.

Last Weekend of June 23-25.
Fridays: 6 pm – midnight
Saturdays: 4 pm – midnight
Sundays except June 11: noon – midnight

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HAWAII Beauty!

​No matter the day hour or minute, our lovely land is here for all to enjoy.  The ocean, people, it culture and food.

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A sampling of Hibiscus

I can't get enough of the flowers!  It's a photographers heaven.

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Black Rock, Kaanapali Beach Maui

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Black Rock on Kaanapali Beach has it all!
 
Located on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, it offers every type of ocean activity you can imagine.  Depending on the season, whale watching trips or Parasailing adventures depart right off the beach.
 
Want to learn to surf, this is the place to learn.  Some of the safest, yet incredible snorkeling can be found at or around black rock.
 
This is a great place to come and spend the day.  Family picnic areas abound with rental equipment available to satisfy every member of the family.
 
Bring your own food, or enjoy a number of casual, to fine dining restaurants, all within walking distance.
 
Don't forget the lotion and remember to keep your eyes on the waves when swimming.  Many bathing suit pieces have been lost to that one rogue wave.
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