For Kauai Calendar Events for January 2017

//For Kauai Calendar Events for January 2017

For Kauai Calendar Events for January 2017

For Kauai Calendar Events for January 2017

For Kauai Calendar Events for January 2016 All these events and more can be seen on our online calendar where you can add them yourself, or email them to calendar@forkauaionline.com for us to do for you

Sunday, January 1, 10 am, 2nd Annual New Years Day Yoga
2nd Annual Kauai New Year’s Day Fee Yoga. With Snehan Born and Monica Chung. All levels welcome. At Lydgate Park, on the grassy lawn. Info snehanborn@yahoo.com

Now till Friday, January 13 Youth Baseball Registration
Koloa Youth Baseball Association and the West Kauai Youth Baseball League are taking registrations for Cal Ripkin (10 & under, and 12 & under) and Babe Ruth (13-15 years). Registrations close on Friday, January 13. The registration fee is $60. To register westkauai.siplay.com

January 3, 4, 5, 6, 9am-2 pm Healing Horses Winter Break Horsemanship Camp
The holiday gift of enjoyment, empowerment and education. Give your child a fun filled equestrian adventure in a safe, educational environment. $40-45 per day. Info and to register 634-3896, hhkauai@gmail.com, healinghorseskauai.com

Tuesday & Thursday, January 3 & 5, 3:30-5 pm Acting & Improvisation Classes
For youth ages 11-16 years. Held in the Storybook upstairs classroom. Tuition arranged with instructor by donation. Info 335-0712, director@storybook.org, www.storybook.org

January 4-March 18 Kauai Gymnastics Academy Winter Session
Winter session at Kauai Gymnastics Academy. For returning and new students. Classes for keiki from 1yrs up to adults. Classes include tots, beginners, advanced, Kauai Ninja, tumbling and wave flips. Discount for siblings. Info kauaigymnastics.com/schedule

Now till January 6, 11am- 5 pm Small Works Show
Small Works Big Show. “Cash and Carry” Holiday Sale. Featuring artwork 16″ x 16″ x 16″ or less. At Kauai Society of Artists (KSA) Gallery in Kukui Grove. New location E8 (former Picture’s Plus). Info artinkauai@gmail.comwww.kauaisocietyofartists.org

Friday, January 6, 6 pm A Grateful Aloha Concert
Benefit Concert for Kauai Hospice with The Terrapin All-Stars, Grahame Lesh, Ross James, Scott Law, Jason Crosby, Alex Koford and special guests. At KCC PAC. Info and tickets 245-7277, kauaihospice.org

January 9-13, 5-day Vegan Fusion Culinary Immersion with Chef Mark Reinfeld
Take advantage of this special opportunity to study closely with Blossoming Lotus Founding Chef Mark Reinfeld as he returns to Kauai to offer a 5-day immersion into the world of vegan and raw food cuisine. Held in Kekaha. $875. Register and info info@veganfusion.com

Wednesdays, January 11-March 29, 5:30 pm Wilcox Medical Center’s “A Healthier You”
A Healthier You program is a free, 12-week lifestyle-balance program that is designed to help participants reach their lifestyle balance goals by making gradual, healthy and reasonable changes in their eating and physical activity. At Conference Rooms A, B & C, Wilcox Medical Center. Info www.livehealthykauai.org

Wednesday, January 11, 6-8 pm West Side Records
Kauai Historical Society Executive Director Helen Wong Smith will discuss the photos, maps, and other historical records relating to Waimea and Kekaha that have been curated by KHS. At Waimea Public Library. Info 245-3373, www.kauaihistoricalsociety.org

January 13-20 The Fourth Annual Sacred Journey CSL Kauai
The Journey of the Bold and the Daring. Experience the Mystical Island of Kauai with family, friends and local experiences, while delving into your boldest and most authentic self. $450. Info www.cslkauai.org/sacred-journey-retreat

January 13-29 Kauai Community Players present Little Shop of Horrors
By Alan Menken and Howard Ashman. Directed by Rebecca Hanson Winner of 1983 Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical. At Puhi Theatrical Warehouse at 4411-E Kikowaena, Puhi. Info 245-7700, KauaiCommunityPlayers@gmail.com, kauaicommunityplayers.org

Fridays, January 13-May 12 Sacred Birthing Community Doula /Preconception Course
This Sacred Birthing Doula Course will share the joy and wonder of birth that we each hold. Classes will meet on Friday mornings from 9am-1 pm for 18 weeks in Kalaheo. February 10 and 11 will be an all day workshop for the Heal Your Own Birth portion of this class series, and April 14 and 15 will be an energy workshop. Tuition for the course is $1275.00. Sacred Birthing Certification will be awarded to those Doulas who complete the birth requirements. Info Barbara Essman 286-3602, barbaraessmandoula@gmail.com, sacredbirthingschool.com

Saturday, January 14 & 28, 8am-2 pm Kauai Island Crafters Fair
Artisans and crafters showcase their work. Fine products like Niihau and sunrise shell jewelry, bone and wood carvings, paintings and prints, note cards, sun catchers, American and Hawaiian quilts and futons and blankets, sewn gifts, silk floral arrangements, fragrant floral soaps, wearable art, Hawaiian dolls, and much more. At The Church of the Pacific. Info 635-4314

Saturday, January 14, 9:30-4:30 pm `AINA in Schools Curriculum Training
Kokua Hawaii Foundation is back on Kauai for another `Aina in Schools curriculum training. This is a farm to school initiative that connects children to their local land, waters, and food to grow a healthier Hawaii. More and to register www.malamakauai.org

Sunday, January 15, 3-6 pm Documentary Film “Answering the Call”
Kauai Alliance for Peace and Social Justice hosts film maker John Witeck. John Witeck was called to Selma, in 1963 by Dr. Martin Luther King to promote voter registration of suppressed African Americans. The documentary film portraying Mr. Witeck’s sometimes chilling experiences in Selma will be shown and the event will open with civil rights era social justice songs by Blu Dux and Friends. The event is free. At Lihue Neighborhood Center. Info www.facebook.com/Kauai-Alliance-for-Peace-Social-Justice

Sunday, January 15, 5 pm Kokee Resource Conservation Program Fundraiser
Join us for an evening with live Hawaiian music and entertainment, donation drawings, silent auction, ono pupus and dinner! Here’s a chance to give back and show your support for KRCP and their continued dedication to environmental conservation on Kauai. Tickets include pupus, dinner and donation drawing! Tickets $15/20, under 10’s free. At Kekaha Boat House. Info and tickets Mapuana 346-2338, Hoomaluo@gmail.com, www.krcp.org/home.aspx

Tuesdays, January 17-March 7, 5-8 pm The Men’s Role in Sacred Birthing
In this Men’s Course will share the joy and wonder of birth that we each hold. Classes will meet on Tuesday evenings from 5-8 pm for 8 weeks in Kapahi at the Sacred Birthing School. Tuition for the course is $250. Info Barbara Essman 286-3602, barbaraessmandoula@gmail.com, sacredbirthingschool.com

Tuesday, January 17, 24 & 31, 5:30-9:30 pm Free CERT Training
The Kauai Fire Department offers FREE training in emergency response through the Community Emergency Response Team. A new class is being organized in Princeville, but it’s for residents of all North Shore communities. It’s an interesting opportunity to step up. At Sunset Drive Clubhouse, Princeville. Info www.kauai.gov/cert

Wednesday, January 18, 5 pm Classic Movie Night, Libeled Lady
A newspaper man, his jilted fiancée, and his lawyer hatch an elaborate scheme to turn a false news-story into the truth, before a high-society woman can sue for libel. Stars Jean Harlow, William Powell and Myrna Loy. At Princeville Public Library. Info princevillelibrary.com

Saturday, January 21 & February 4, 7am-Noon Ka Moku O Manokalanipo Paani Makahiki
Featuring cultural demonstrations, food, craft fair, games and more. Ka Moku O Manokalanipo Paani Makahiki honors the traditional time of year from November through February when Lono ruled the land. In Waimea Town. Info 635-9028

Saturday, January 21, 5-9 pm Kama’aina Soul Photography by Daniel Finchum
Kama’aina Soul – Anthology: The Wet Plate Collodion Photography of Daniel Finchum. 150-200 images on view. Exhibition Jan 21- Feb 4. At KSA Gallery, Kukui Grove Mall (next to Footlocker). Info Daniel Finchum 639-7126, www.kauaiainaart.com

Saturday, January 21, 7 pm The Polish Ambassador, Ayla Nereo & Wildlight
Together, The Polish Ambassador and Ayla Nereo journey to Hawaii for the first time to share a woven dance journey, akin to an Ecstatic Dance. This evening will be one cohesive performance, weaving Ayla’s healing songs and loop layers with Wildlight’s soulful dance rhythms and Polish’s deep earth bounce and intoxicating body-moving beats. $28/32 door, under 10’s free. At Church of the Pacific. Tickets thepolishambassador-aylanereo-wildlight-kauai.brownpapertickets.com

Sunday, January 22, 2 pm Pickin in the Park
Reviving the Pickin In The Park started by the Happy Enchalada Band here on Kauai. Open mic, potluck, byo everything, camping (must get permit) good family fun, open to all. At Salt Pond Beach Park

January 23-March 20, 6-9 pm E Kanikapila Kakou 2017 “Music is Our Kuleana”
E Kanikapila Kakou (EKK) Garden Island Arts Council celebrating 40 Years of “Bringing Arts to the People and People to the Arts.” Every Monday at Kaua`i Beach Resort Jasmine Ballroom. Info www.gardenislandarts.org/news

January 26-27, 8am-4 pm Mahi’ai Workshops
If you’re an aspiring Hawaiian farmer, or DHHL lessee interesting in starting or expanding a farming operation, the Mahi’ai Workshops might be for you. Dates 26th at Anahola Clubhouse, 27th at Kekaha Neighborhood Center. $10. Info Megan 828-0685 x 12, www.malamakauai.org

Thursday, January 26, 6 pm An Evening with Judy Collins
Singer-Songwriter and Folk Music Icon. Special Guest: Ari Hest, Hawaii Tour 2017. At Kauai Community College Performing Arts Center. Tickets: $45 general; $65 gold circle. Tix Outlets: Kauai Music & Sound, Hanalei Music & Strings, Progressive Expressions, Kauai Harley Davidson, Scotty’s Music. Info Lazar Bear 896-4845, lazarbearproductions.comwww.judycollins.com

January 27-29 Kauai Voices Concert – The Music of Cole Porter
Kauai Voices, the island’s highly popular 40+ member auditioned choral ensemble, presents an evening of songs by the incomparable Cole Porter. Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm; Sunday matinee at 3 pm. Tickets $15 adv, $20 door. Info 482-0133, kauaivoices.org

January 28-29, 9am-5 pm, 13th Annual Kauai Wellness Expo
The 13th Annual Kauai Wellness Expo will explore the Hawaiian Culture health and healing practices of Aloha, La’au Lapa’au, Ho’oponopono, Wailua and Ho’omana, Hula, and Aina to Table. Lectures, workshops and demonstrations will take place on both days. Exhibitors with health and wellness products and services in 60 booths, over 30 speakers, workshops and classes for the entire family and community. At Kauai War Memorial Convention Center. Info 652-4328 or 634-4138, kauaiwellnessexpo@gmail.com

Saturday, January 28, 9:30am-12:30 pm Super Keiki Day
Wilcox Medical Center hosts this free community health event to increase awareness of the prevalence of diabetes on Kauai, particularly among young children, and provide prevention and educational information. Among the activities will be free diabetes risk assessments for keiki, health and wellness workshops, prize drawings and healthy snacks. At Wilcox Medical Center. Info 245-1198, www.hawaiipacifichealth.org/wilcox

Saturday, January 28, 11am-5 pm PMRF Custom Car Show
Pacific Missile Range Facility, Barking Sands welcomes the public to the First Annual PMRF/Navy Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Custom Car Show. The car show will feature some of the islands best classic cars, race cars, hot rods and motorcycles. Live entertainment, automotive product exhibits, food, beverage and kids activities will also add to the fun. Admission is free and will take place in the Shenanigans restaurant parking lot area. Info Steve Swacker or Paul Banasihan 335-4439, steve.swacker@navy.mil

Friday, January 27, 6:30-8 pm Experience The Fun Of Collecting
Mr. Leopold will be at Storybook Theatre to answer your questions about Coin and Stamp collecting and will assist you in beginning a pastime the whole family can enjoy! Info www.storybook.org

Saturday, February 4, 7am-Noon Ka Moku O Manokalanipo Paani Makahiki
Featuring cultural demonstrations, food, craft fair, games and more. Ka Moku O Manokalanipo Paani Makahiki honors the traditional time of year from November through February when Lono ruled the land. In Waimea town. Info 635-9028

Saturday, February 4, 25th Annual Ho’ike Hula
With special guests The Makaha Sons. Besides hula kahiko and ‘auana, we present Tahitian and Maori. At Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall. Info Leilani Low 651-0682

Saturday, February 4, 6:30 am Mokihana Club 15th Annual Golf Scramble
100% of proceeds benefit nursing scholarships for KCC students. At Poipu Bay Golf Club. $150. Not a golfer? Join us for lunch and a great silent auction $35. Info and to make your reservation 332-0282, themokihanaclub.org

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