Aug. 15, 2018

Savor Wine and Chocolate Event

The Kauai North Shore Community Foundation presents SAVOR, a night of indulgence for a great cause.
A true feast for the senses, SAVOR celebrates wine, chocolate, and gourmet food. Each chef-prepared dish features local Kauai cacao as an ingredient. Proceeds benefit a new North Shore charter school serving grades 7-12 and after-school academic programs. Join us for this delectable evening! 

For more Info or Tickets Click Here

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Aug. 10, 2018

Na Pali Race 2018

The Na Pali Race 2018 was a great success with a unique 25 mile route for OC1, OC2, and Holopuni Sailing Canoes. With the road to Haena closed due to landslides the race started from Anini beach, Reside Kauai sponsored brothers Waioli and Kailoa Forrest were the first paddle powered boat to the finish line with a 2:36 finish.  The SUP and prone paddlers were shuttled via boat to Haena for the Haena Beach Park start, Reside Kauai SUP 50-59 paddler Derek Moore finished third 2:54 within a few minutes of first place. Kai Lenny was the lone Hydrofoil obliterating the course in 1:19, would have like to watch Kai foil a bit but he was gone! Paul hopes to finish competitively one of these years and is grateful to finish in under 4:00 hours (3:51) beating last years 4:18 time. This event is not for everybody, if you have ever considered paddling the entire Na Pali this is a great opportunity for safe passage with a competitive edge. Come join us or donate to the cause. To see all race results Click Here
 
The Na Pali Coast Ohana is a grass roots non-profit foundation dedicated to the preservation of the cultural and natural resources of the Na Pali Coast State Park. Reside Kauai strongly believes in the Na Pali Coast ‘Ohana and their mission. We hope that these values of protecting our past and preserving the future can be shared here on Kauai and as an example to other places in the world. To learn more about the Na Pali Coast ‘Ohana please visit their website at napali.org.


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Aug. 9, 2018

3rd Annual Traveling Plate - Kauai

3rd Annual Traveling Plate, a Statewide Culinary Tour to benefit Easterseals Hawaii. Last year Traveling Plate was wildly successful visiting Maui, Kauai, Hawaii, and Oahu. This year they are continuing the voyage with the launch of a new and innovative concepts as part of this statewide culinary tour. 

Kauai boasts the 3rd launch event in this unique statewide culinary tour at Mark’s Place in Lihue, Kauai. #TPKauai will be a pop-up style brunch event featuring a collaboration by Chef Mark Oyama and Executive Chef Gavin Onishi of Mark's Place, named Kauai's Best Food Establishment, Chef David "Jay" Ledee of Stevensons Sushi & Spirits, Grand Hyatt Kauai, Chef Michael Young of Rumfire at Sheraton Kauai Resort in Poipu and visiting Chef Mark "Gooch" Noguchi of Pili Group (Honolulu). This tribe of top chefs will craft aina sourced brunch eats representing their love for good old fashion local style grinds. In addition to the "brunch plate lunch" guests will enjoy complimentary beverages including Shaka Tea. This laid back dining experience on the lawn is a perfect opportunity to bring your family for a malie morning with these local favorite chefs while supporting Easterseals Hawaii.

Tasting menu: Smoked Opah Belly on Bacon Luau; Thai Style Fried Chicken Wings withLemongrass Caramel, Crispy Garlic & Toasted Peanuts; Niihau Lamb Ma Po Tofu; Spam Arancini, Teriyaki Kewpie Tamagoyaki, Wasabi Cucumber Pickles, Warabi Namasu and Lilikoi Cheesecake Lumpia.

Tickets are only $25 and if you do bring the whole family you can buy 4 and get 1 FREE by purchasing the ohana pack for $100. For more info Click Here

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Aug. 7, 2018

2nd Annual B-RAD Festival

Here on the Garden Isle of Kaua'i the B-Rad Foundation is taking action to foster the environmental leaders and stewards of tomorrow. Working with Kaua'i schools we lead middle school students through our three part program based on Environmental Stewardship, Health and Adventure. Using these pillars, Kaua'i students have a chance to learn and take direct action to ensure a brighter future. We also host monthly B-RAD Beach Cleanups to preserve the natural beauty of our island, and to honor Brad through direct community outreach and growth. What started as a grassroots project of close family and friends, has now blossomed into a far reaching community-based effort.

We believe that our children are our most valuable resource and hope for a brighter future. Our "B-Rad Keiki Programs" have now partnered with three different Kaua'i schools and are gearing up for next year as we finish up with our current groups of sixth grade students. There is nothing that makes us happier than to empower the next generation of RAD. Look for us in a Kaua'i middle or elementary school near you!

In our B-Rad Beach Cleanups we have created a strong partnership with Kaua'i Surfrider Foundation. We have been fortunate to be able to use recycling programs to reuse most of all the hard plastics collected in our cleanup efforts as well as the derelict fishing nets. In the last year of clean-ups, we have collected over 90,000 lbs of trash from our shoreline in partnership with Surfrider and other non-profit groups. 

 

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Aug. 2, 2018

Heiva I Kauai 2018

Sat. 8/4 and Sun. 8/5 from 9am to 5pm at Kapaa Beach Park



Heiva I Kauai 2018 celebrates the 17th anniversary of a unique, exciting and colorful Tahitian dance and drumming competition. This annual event provides a venue for the next generation of performers to present their talent, skill and cultural knowledge to an audience of more than 1000 attendees daily! Come and enjoy balmy sea breezes and whispering palm trees at this community-sponsored, family-centered celebration of Tahitian culture. Participants from Hawaii, the Mainland and Japan, with a range in age from toddler to elder, perform solo and group competition and exhibition dances portraying legends and stories of Tahiti. Event admission is $7 at the door. Children age 12 and under are admitted free.

 
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July 31, 2018

FOAMTASTIC Color Run/Walk

Saturday August 4th at 7pm

What better way end the summer than a refreshing foam color run! 
Join PMRF MWR for a fun-filled event that is open to all participants island-wide.
Racers will make their way through an energizing course filled with music, color
powder and of course foam! Grab your crew and sign up today!
The Course: A 3 mile course across solid terrain around PMRF barking sands.
A fun run is a non-competitive event so no times are recorded (although a timer 
will be running at the finish for those runners who would like to see their time).
For more information and to register, click here.
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July 27, 2018

2018 Annual Historic Koloa Plantation Days Parade

Saturday July 28th from 10-11am

Horseback and walking units, floral floats, vintage cars, and decorated vehicles are in a 
great hometown parade that celebrates aspects of the workers’ camps in plantation towns. 
Each camp had its ethnic identity, customs, foods, games and sports, music and dance. 
This is a festival signature event, don’t miss it!
The people walking, on decorated floats, on horseback, and in decorated vehicles will do their 
best to capture some aspect of plantation life. They will have colorful costumes, perhaps play 
music or dance, or showcase recreational activities — baseball, chicken fights, fishing, to name 
a few – or their ethnic heritage. Others will capture memories of the sugar era, when sugar 
plantations thrived and many residents worked for or with the sugar industry.
Competition for parade awards is intense and people from the resorts, businesses and community 
groups are very creative, so you can expect the unexpected. From costumes to decorations and 
choreography, they work for weeks and up to parade day to make their ideas become reality. 
While most of us relax and enjoy the parade, the judges seated along the parade route will intently 
scrutinize the units. In the afternoon, the awards for the best in each category are announced at 
Koloa ballpark.



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July 26, 2018

North Shore Preserve Oceanside Ranch


This is your opportunity to own a piece of magic on the North Shore of Kauai. 
These multi-acre homesites give you that spacious ranch feeling with the luxury 
of all the amenities you would want living on Kauai.

Just imagine horses grazing in the distance while you enjoy your morning
coffee on your lanai, while the Island trade winds keep you comfortable,
knowing you have many fun adventures right at your fingertips. 


Phase I Lots are now available to purchase.
For more info or if you are ready to purchasing your piece of Kauai magic. 
Contact Paul Pacuilla, R(B) 808-639-9207 / paul@residekauai.com

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July 24, 2018

21st Annual Na Pali Challenge

The Kaua’i Outrigger Association is proud to be hosting the 21st Annual Na Pali Challenge.
RACE DAY: SATURDAY AUGUST 11TH, 2018



Registration deadline is Friday August 10th at 5pm, Hanalei Pavilion.
Each year paddlers from the Hawaiian Islands and abroad gather on
Kaua’i for this unique race. It is an opportunity for wahine and kane
to come together and race down the enchanting Na Pali Coast.
Each team consists of 6 wahine and 6 kane. The two teams take turns
in the canoe, making water changes every 30 minutes.
 


Looking for paddlers? Looking for a crew? Then Click Here.
Online registration is over, but if you still need to register please
contact by Clicking Here or by calling 808-634-2292. 

For more info Click Here 

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July 20, 2018

Sunset Ho`olaulea at Poipu Beach Athletic Club Sat. 7/21

Sunset Ho`olaulea at Poipu Beach Athletic Club Sat. July 21st
FREE concert from 5pm till 8:30pm

Come enjoy the revival of this Koloa Plantation Days tradition with music and food for an opening weekend celebration. This year brings a family focus to the event, with FREE games by Got Games! for all the keiki. Parents can enjoy a selection Kauai's best food trucks - including Porkys, The Fresh Shave, Kickshaws and more. The restaurant will also be open that night, offering family & fine dining and a bar option with a birds eye view to the entertainment.
This year's entertainment features a headliner along with local musicians and past winners of the Keoki's Ukes in Paradise competition for a fun family event reflecting a diverse range of local music.
Join us for an outstanding evening for the whole family! The Public is invited to bring beach blankets and chairs to enjoy the evening. No coolers. Free parking on site at 2290 Koloa Road. 
Presented in partnership with the Poipu Beach Resort Association.
 

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