In March we celebrate Prince Kūhiō Day. Nephew to Queen Kapiʻolani, Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole was in line for the thrown when the Monarchy was overthrown in 1893. Despite the overthrow, Prince Kūhiō lived the rest of his life as a political leader and ambassador of Hawaiʻi.
Though Kūhio Day officially falls on March 26th, celebrations in the Princeʻs honor take place throughout the State, throughout the month of March. For a full schedule, check out writer Cat Tothʻs round-up in Hawaii Magazine.