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  • 7/3/2017 - Kailua Beach Park Bathhouse And Pavilion Reopened Following Renovations
    The Kailua Beach Park bathhouse and pavilion, located just north of Ka‘elepulu Stream, has been reopened today, Monday, July 3, following a renovation project that began in November 2016.
  • 7/3/2017 - FEATURED HAWAII BEACH ART - Honu Beach by Patrick Ching - JULY 2017
    Inspiration: A Honu or Green Sea Turtle hauls up to sun itself on a beach in tropical Hawaii. If they continue to have protection, these animals may be seen nesting in places that they have not nested in for hundreds of years.
  • 7/5/2017 - Mark N. Brown Hawaii Beach Art Collection
    Hawaii has plenty of picturesque beach locations worthy of being immortalized in paintings. Mark N. Brown, Hawaii's premier Plein Air artist, has done just that. From the Queen's Beach to various Waikiki beach and surf paintings, Mark captures the beauty of Hawaii in his Hawaii Beach Artwork Collection.
  • 7/6/2017 - Patrick Ching's Hawaii Beach Art Collection
    Hawaii has plenty of picturesque beach locations worthy of being immortalized in paintings. Patrick Ching, Hawaii's premier nature artist, has done just that. From the Waimanao Beach to various Hawaii beaches and nature paintings, Patrick captures the beauty of Hawaii in his Hawaii Beach Artwork Collection
  • 7/6/2017 - Hawaii Beach Fine Art / Artwork For Sale
    Hawaii has plenty of picturesque beach locations worthy of being immortalized in paintings. View some of Hawaii's premier artists Hawaiian beach art.
  • 7/7/2017 - Al Hogue Hawaii Beach Art Collection
    Hawaii has plenty of picturesque beach locations worthy of being immortalized in paintings. Al Hogue, master of modern light, has done just that. From the beaches on Kauai to beaches on Oahu, Al Hogue captures the beauty of Hawaii.
  • 7/7/2017 - SAFETY TIP: Dangers of Jumping From Kapahulu Wall & the Waimea Bay Rock
    The Hawaiian Lifeguard Association and the City and County of Honolulu teamed up to warn of potential dangers when jumping off of two popular spots.
  • 7/8/2017 - Monk Seal Advisory
    A new born monk seal pup is being weaned by it's mother at Sans Souci/Kaimana beach. this can last up to 5 weeks or more. The public is advised to stay out of the water. Hawaiian monk seals, even pups, are large powerful animals and can bite if they feel threatened.

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