Jan. 17, 2019

Group Ukulele Lesson for Beginners at Hanalei Strings


Hanalei Stings is offering group lessons in ukulele every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday at 6pm! No musical experience required and only $25 a person! It’s a one time, one hour lesson and you’ll leave knowing all the basics. They supply the instrument for the lesson, and if after you decide you want to purchase one you’ll receive 15% off.  After a fun filled hour, you will be on your way to playing thousands of songs. Music is easy and everyone can do it!
Private instruction for ukulele and guitar also available. For more info go to 
www.hanaleistrings.com

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Jan. 15, 2019

Kauai Voices Brings "Broadway, Baby!" to Kauai

 
Kauai Voices will present Broadway, Baby!, an evening of timeless and cherished songs from Broadway musicals, this January and February in venues across the island. Kauai’s popular 50+ voice auditioned choral ensemble will perform all-time showstoppers from shows such as Fiddler On The Roof, Sunset Boulevard, Hello Dolly!, Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Evita and many more. “This season, due to overwhelming demand and attendance at past sell-out concerts, we will expand our performances from three to five shows — offering the additional two concerts on the North and West shores of the island,” said Randy Leonard, artistic director for Kauai Voices. The choir will kick off its 16th season at the Porter Pavilion at Anaina Hou in Kilauea, on Saturday, January 19 at 6 PM, then perform its usual concerts at St. Michael and All Angels Church in Lihue, on Friday & Saturday, January 25 and 26 at 7:30 PM and Sunday, January 27 at 3 PM. Kauai Voices will wrap up its final performance on the West side with a 3 PM matinee on Saturday, February 2 at the Waimea Theater. For more info & Tickets Click Here

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Jan. 10, 2019

KCP Presents "Arsenic and Old Lace"

Kauai Community Players opens the 2019 season with Arsenic and Old Lace,
one of the funniest plays ever written!


Arsenic and Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring and directed by Dennis McGraw opens Friday, January 4 and runs through Sunday, January 20. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 7 pm and Sundays at 4 pm at the Puhi Theatrical Warehouse. Pay-What-You-Can Preview Thursday, January 3 at 7 pm. Admission by donation at the door only. Opening night is the season opening gala, with refreshments before and after the show and a reception with the director and cast. So, if you feel so inclined, dust off your tuxes and gowns and come dazzle. About the show:
Meet the charming elderly Brewster sisters (played by Anne Coyle and Dottie Bekeart) who populate their cellar with the remains of lonely old men and consider it to be their charity; their nephew Mortimer (played by Jarhett Gaines) who discovers his aunts’ secret and attempts to save them from themselves with hilarious results; the antics of another nephew Teddy (played by Larry Richardson) who thinks he is Teddy Roosevelt and that these bodies that keep appearing are yellow fever victims; and the activities of a third nephew Jonathan (played by Connor McGrath) who is a homicidal maniac and considers his aunts to be competition. These are unforgettable characters and the resulting play is one of the classics of American theatre. Appropriate for all ages. For more info & tickets Click Here

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Jan. 8, 2019

Kuhio Hwy. Road Work Update & Convoy Schedule

Project Progress Continues!

January 4, 2019 - On Thursday, January 3, 2019, Mayor Derek S. K. Kawakami signed a sixth supplementary emergency proclamation for the County of Kaua‘i, extending the emergency relief period for damages sustained during the flood of April 2018.
The mayor’s sixth supplementary emergency proclamation further declares the provisions of all previous emergency proclamations. The disaster emergency relief period shall now continue until terminated 60 days after January 3, 2019, or by a separate proclamation – whichever comes first.
This proclamation also extends an emergency rule and order prohibiting the operation of Transient Vacation Rentals (TVR) in the Lumaha‘i, Wainiha, and Hā‘ena area, and limiting the accessibility to said area.
Access in the areas listed above remains limited to the following persons, agencies, and organizations:
Residents (no visitors); County/state/federal governmental employees and verified governmental contractors; Vehicles with a GVWR of 8 tons (16,000 lbs.) and under, with Hawai‘i Department of Transportation-authorized exceptions for appropriate emergency response vehicles. Employees and volunteers for the following types of non-governmental organizations: Utility providers; Recognized humanitarian/disaster response and recovery entities; Insurance industry - Serving verified residents/property owners; Residential or infrastructure construction/repair contractors – Serving verified residents/property owners; Area businesses and non-profits engaged by County/State/Federal government in response/recovery operations; and other NGO entities, as approved or requested by the County of Kaua’i, State of Hawai‘i or the federal government.
The public is warned that any person violating this emergency rule and order shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. Upon conviction, the person(s) shall be fined not more than $5,000, or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.
All individuals who are authorized to enter must acquire a decal, placard, or pass in order to pass the Waikoko checkpoint. Resident placards, work passes and shuttle passes for the Wainiha-Hā‘ena area will be verified and distributed through the County’s Planning Department at the Līhu‘e Civic Center, during the following office hours, excluding holidays: Mondays, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.; and Fridays, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Additional requirements for receiving placards and passes can be found at this County of Kaua‘i website.

For more info 
Click Here

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Jan. 3, 2019

Comedy Show with JP Sears Fri. 1/4

HI Tide Nation presents a comedy show with YouTube
superstar...
JP Sears with opening guest Ed Kaahea


Friday January 4, 2019
Aqua Kauai Beach Resort
Doors 6:30pm - Show 7:30pm - General Admission - Tickets: $38.50
Comedian and YouTube superstar, JP Sears, will be performing his comedy show at The Jasmine Ballroom at the Kauai Beach Hotel in Kapaa, Friday, 1/4, 2019. Show time at 7:30pm. JP Sears takes his uplifting humor that’s accumulated over 300 million video views and brilliantly adapts it to the stage for his LIVE stand up comedy show! Heavy on the satire, JP slices through the nuances of the new age community, self-help movement, health practices, and his own life that’ll have you laughing at yourself while feeling inspired to live your best life. JP Sears is an emotional healing coach, international teacher, speaker at events, world traveler, and curious student of life. His work empowers people to live more meaningful lives. JP speaks and performs at numerous events, conferences, festivals, and retreats around the world. He is very active on his YouTube channel, AwakenWithJP, where he encourages healing and growth through his entertainingly informative, humorous, and inspiring videos including his hit Ultra Spiritual comedy series.
Tickets are $38.50 + service charges and VIP tickets are also available and can be bought at www.eventbrite.com. You can learn more about JP and his work at www.AwakenWithJP.com and www.YouTube.com/AwakenWithJP.

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Jan. 1, 2019

Happy New Year from Reside Kauai

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Dec. 28, 2018

New Year's Eve Fireworks Celebration at Poipu Beach Park

Grab your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy the annual New Year’s Eve Fireworks Celebration at Poipu Beach Park. They'll be showing a free family-friendly movie (TBD) on the big outdoor screen followed by a spectacular fireworks show. Food trucks will be lined up to keep bellies happy. The Celebration will take place on Monday, Dec. 31st from 5-8:30pm. Fireworks will be launched at approximately 8:15pm.

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Dec. 26, 2018

Kauai’s Kilauea Lighthouse Village

Construction has been underway for over 2 years on the 12,700-square-foot Kilauea Market + Café in the Kilauea Lighthouse Village on Kauai, a new grocery-restaurant hybrid from the Sullivan Family of Companies’ Kalama Beach Corp. The Sullivan Family of Companies also owns the Foodland and Food Pantry stores in Hawaii. The Kilauea Market + Café will anchor the 43,000-square-foot Kilauea Lighthouse Village, a neighborhood center in historic Kilauea Town.

The Kilauea Market + Café, designed by architects G70, is expected to open May 2019. The store will feature specialty, gourmet and traditional grocery items, as well as a coffee bar, an in-store dining and seating area, and made-to-order foods from an in-store kitchen. “Our team is excited to have the opportunity to bring a new grocery shopping experience to Kilauea,” Vernon Ikebe, vice president of sales and operations for the Kalama Beach Corp. said in a statement. “Kilauea Market + Café will be a fun place for visitors and residents to enjoy favorite foods, sip a glass of wine, pick up a delicious snack or discover fresh local products – a place where the community can gather.” The New Kilauea Lighthouse Village will have a covered walkable mix of nine charming village buildings with public restrooms, bike racks, and landscaped areas.

Here are some of the other tenants expected to open in early 2019 

Wyland Gallery
Island Soap & Candleworks
Kauai North Shore Animal Clinic 
Verde Restaurant 
Wailua Shave Ice 
Kai Bar Coffee Roasters 
Other Merchants to be announced soon

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Dec. 24, 2018

Mele Kalikimaka Everyone

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Dec. 20, 2018

Waipa Community Work Day on 12/22

DATE AND TIME: Sat. 12/22 from 8:30am till 10:30am
LOCATION: Waipa stream 5-5785 Kuhio Hwy Hanalei, HI 96714

Come explore the beautiful ahupua`a of Waipā! They will provide lunch but need a heads up on whether you are coming or not. Workdays involve outdoors work, that is sometimes strenuous or accessible only by foot. While volunteers are always encouraged to work at a comfortable pace, they are unable to accommodate significant mobility restrictions. Remember to bring a water bottle, appropriate footwear (shoes, boots, or tabis), towel, snacks, sunscreen, gloves, insect repellant, good energy and a smile!
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