Find Delicious OnoPops In April & May At These Events & Ongoing Markets


Saturday, April 29, 7am-4 pm Benefit in the Park for Kauai Animal Education Center
Kauai Animal Education Center invites you to bring your whole family to this fun filled day. We start the days festivities off at 7am with a Fast and the Furriest Dog Walk/ Run. Sign up to bring your pet and enter our Pet Parade Contest for a chance of winning fantastic prizes! We’ll have crafters under the big tent! Food Trucks, and OnoPops to fill you up with yummy goodies! We will have live entertainment featuring Kapa’a Middle School Choir & Ukuklele Band, Kapa’a High Performing Arts Club, Kawaikini, Bandwagon, and Garden Island Gymnastics! Keiki will especially love the Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Miniature Horses, Face Painting, Shave Ice. Everyone will love the Informational Booths and Games like Tug-O-War, Watermelon Eating Contest with prizes! Animal lovers will enjoy all there is in addition to a full service animal care providing- exams, vaccines, heart-worm and flea preventive, diagnostic testing, microchips, etc. Walk in care will be Provided by Garden Island Veterinary!!! We will have amazing silent auction items, great for all size pocket books! We will also have unique and fun fundraising activities like Dump for Dollars and Chicken Bingo!!! At Kapaa Beach Park. Info,

6 pm Saturday to 6 am Sunday, April 29-30, Relay for Life
Relay is a team fundraising event for Cancer eradication where team members take turns walking around a track or designated path. Each event is 6-24 hours in length and each team is asked to have a member on the track at all times to signify that cancer never sleeps. Cancer patients don’t stop because they’re tired, and for one night, neither do we. Each team sets up a themed campsite at the event and continues their fundraising efforts by collecting donations for food, goods, games, and activities. This money will count towards their overall team fundraising goal. At Hanapepe Soccer Fields, 4431 Puolo Road. Info


Saturday, May 13, 9:30am-5 pm May Day By the Bay
Featuring Hawaiian music performed by groups from Kauai and throughout the state, including hula, cultural demonstrations by local practitioners, Kauai made products, OnoPops, craft fair, displays by community groups, Hawaiian food and a silent auction. At Waioli Beach Park, 4378 Hee Rd, Hanalei. Info

Sunday, May 28, 10am-3pm Kauai Motocross Races
Kauai Motocross Association (KMXA) is dedicated to promoting dirt bike events (Motocross, Trail & BMX) as well as the practice of safe riding skills & training. At Kauai Beach Rd. Info


Every Friday, 5-9pm Hanapepe Art Night in front of Storybook Children’s Theater

Every Saturday, 9:30am-1pm Kauai Community Market
At Kauai Community College parking lot; The Kauai Community Market is a gathering place where farmers, local businesses, educators and students, residents and visitors all come together with one thing in common – an interest in buying fresh, buying local and supporting agriculture on Kauai.

2nd Sunday, 3-8pm Princeville Night Market at Princeville Center
Princeville Night Market is a free monthly festival, held every second Sunday, featuring live music and local artisans at the Princeville Shopping Center. Discover 40+ local artisans as you walk around the grounds. Listen to live music from several different bands. Find pottery, paintings, photography, apparel, jewelry, wood workers, food, snacks and more!

1st & 3rd Saturday Craft Market at 1st Hawaiian Church, Kapaa
Multiple crafters & snacks including OnoPops, Jock’s Photography, Sarah’s Sugar Scrubs, Jewelry, Forever Leis, Lee’s Honey, fruit and vegetables, just to name a few. There are also Tahitian drummers for entertainment. Craft market takes place on first and third Saturday of every month (1st Saturday 9am to 9pm, 3rd Saturday 9am to 7pm) Free entrance. At 1st Hawaiian Church, 4-1325 Kuhio Hwy, Kapaa

Last Saturday, 3-8pm Kilauea Art Night at Kilauea Mini Golf
Kilauea Night Market is a free monthly festival held on the last Saturday of each month on the Anaina Hou campus. It features local artisans, live music and trendy food trucks. Find pottery, paintings, photography, apparel, jewelry, wood workers and more!

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