|Kamehameha Day Celebration |
Honor the King in his North Kohala birthplace
On June 11th, 2007, thousands of people will gather on the northern tip of the Big Island of Hawai‘i to honor King Kamehameha I, the chief who united the Hawaiian Islands in 1795.
Small town, big celebration
Kamehameha Day is recognized as a state holiday throughout Hawai‘i, but North Kohala is a very special place to celebrate Kamehameha Day. Kamehameha I was born in North Kohala, where residents played a prominent role in saving his life as an infant.
Original statue draped in flowers.
Traditional floral parade.
Enjoy a Ho'olaule'a
Visitors are Invited
Kamehameha Day in North Kohala