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 and gourmet food. Each chef-prepared dish features local Kauai cacao as an ingredient. Dj Jason Rasmussen and TAVANA will be providing music for the event. Proceeds benefit a new North Shore charter school serving grades 7-12. Join us for this delectable evening! For more info & tickets Click Here
Come enjoy another edition of #PauHanaFridays at Anaina Hou! Enjoy live music, drinks specials, ono grinds and good times with the community. This week's musical guest is local favorites Vic & The Victimz!
Happy Hour $4 Draft Beers from 5-7PM. Live Music 6-9PM. Food Trucks: El Rey Mexican Food and Carabellas Pizza. No cover charge. Ohana-friendly environment.
About Vic & The Victimz
From the West Coast Swing of T-Bone Walker and the South-Side Chicago Grind of Muddy Waters to the Blues/Rock Stylings of Stevie Ray Vaughn, The Allman Brothers, and Carlos Santana, Vic & The Victimz, who have played together for 20 years, offer a Blues-Infused selection of dance music for audiences of all ages. This high energy harmonious group will keep you dancing all night long!
“HCT After Dark” presents the Tony award winning musical, Chicago! In roaring twenties Chicago, chorus girl Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband, Amos, to take the rap…until he finds out he’s been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another “Merry Murderess,” Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in search of the “American Dream”: fame, fortune, and acquittal. This show will be rated PG-13. Chicago will perform at the Puhi Theatrical Warehouse August 1st – 18th, Thursdays – Sundays at 7 PM. Buy your tickets online starting July 1. Don’t wait as this show will sell out!
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Heiva I Kauai is celebrating the 18th anniversary of their 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! On Saturday and Sunday, August 3 and 4, from 9am to 5pm, come and enjoy balmy sea breezes and whispering palm trees at this community-sponsored, family-centered celebration of Tahitian culture at the Kapa`a Beach Park (4-1464 Kuhio Highway). 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. Award-winning Honolulu Tahitian dance group Te Vai Ura Nui provides house drumming and exhibition dancing on both days. Participation is encouraged for the audience dance competition and coconut husking contests. Event admission is $7 at the door. Children age 12 and under are admitted free. For more info Click Here
The Kaua’i Outrigger Association is proud to be hosting the 22nd Annual Na Pali Challenge.
RACE DAY: Sunday August 4th, 2019
Registration deadline is Sat. August 3rd 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
Paint, Drink & Create!
Get together for a different kind of night out! Paradise Palette events enable people to get together and explore their creativity by painting and drinking. (21+ only) $45 ticket includes Apron, Easel, Canvas, Paints, Palette, Brushes, Water Jar and 2-hour guided instruction on a paradise-inspired painting.
Venue: Hilton Garden Inn, Mokihana Meeting Room (3-5920 Kuhio Hwy, Kapaa, HI 96746 )
Date: Thursday, July 25th, 2019 Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm
Take home your original work of art at the end of the event! *Food and Drinks available for purchase at the venue.
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The 12th Annual Hanalei Bay Swim Challenge takes place on July 27, 2019 on the beautiful island of Kauai. Competitors come from around the world to participate in this fun event. Hanalei Bay, with it's warm, gentle waters and sandy bottom, provides the perfect venue for five races for different ages and abilities - 8 & under and 12 & under fun races for the kids as well as 1,000 meter, 3000 meter and 1000 meter snorkel and fin races for all ages. Race day registration begins at 7:00am at the famous Hanalei Bay Pier. Pre-Registration details and more event information can be found at hanaleibayswimchallenge.com. The HBSC is the signature fundraising event for the Namolokama O Hanalei Canoe Club, one of the smallest of 10 canoe clubs on Kauai. Namolokama strives to teach traditional and cultural Hawaiian canoe paddling and good sportsmanship through recreational and competitive canoe racing.
An Annual Celebration on Kauai’s Sunny
South Shore from July 19th – 28th
Koloa Plantation Days is held on Kauai's south shore every year in July. The many ethnic groups that came to Hawaii to work on sugar plantations, and the Hawaiians who welcomed them, are celebrated through music, dance, costumes, and food throughout this ten-day festival. Click Here for a full schedule of festivities!
Held in the area where Hawaii's first sugar plantation was founded in 1835, Koloa Plantation Days comprises a lively, family-oriented slate of events that showcase the area's social history, its natural history, and its diverse cultural traditions. In addition, numerous events allow attendees to enjoy the sports activities and entertainment available at the gracious resorts in the Poipu and Koloa area. Most events are outdoors and free of charge.
Koloa Plantation Days will also celebrate the immigrants who came from Philippines, Europe, the Azores, Japan, Korea, China, and elsewhere who contributed traditions, music, dances, and foods to the rich melting pot that is Hawaii. You'll experience these cultures throughout the week from the first walk down Hapa Trail and a rodeo weekend featuring paniolo culture, through a variety of live music events and cultural performances, a historic exhibit and film night, craft fairs, culinary demonstrations and tasting events, Polynesian revue, and the historic parade and park celebration which brings all these elements together. Hawaiian culture, traditions, crafts, and music are the foundation of this island, and various events will remind us and teach us about this culture and history. There are nature walks that reveal the unique flora, fauna, geology, and archaeology of the south shore, hosted talk stories including a guided view of Kaniolouma and a watercolor painting workshop in a pristine part of the coastline.
Koloa Plantation Days also celebrates the present-day vitality of Koloa and Poipu, a major visitor destination on Kauai. Resorts and businesses welcome visitors and residents to enjoy guided walks and talk stories, outdoor sports and a variety of themed keiki activities, live music and celebrations, and play golf and tennis. Everyone can also watch top rodeo competitors from the state and mainland. Many community organizations, foundations, businesses, resorts, and residents provide many hours of volunteer work, locations for events, and financial support for this festival. It is also sponsored in part by the Hawaii Tourism Authority. Click Here for more info
Thursday, July 18th at Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall. Doors open at 5:30 PM.
Celebrate the magic of live theater, as the Hawaii Children’s Theatre’s ‘Summer Stars’ program presents their ‘Rising Stars Gala Showcase and Fundraiser’. One night only! Enjoy dinner at the theatre, homemade baked goods, peruse the silent auction items, and mingle with friends before the show starts at 6:30 PM. All proceeds go to Hawaii Children’s Theatre, benefiting Kauai’s youth. Tickets are $8 in advance and $10 at the door. For more info Click Here