For Kauai Calendar Events for November 2018

//For Kauai Calendar Events for November 2018

For Kauai Calendar Events for November 2018

For Kauai

For Kauai Calendar Events for November 2018 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

November 2-9 Millicent Cummings – “HerStory”
A Thirty-Year Retrospective, fine art, high craft and musical performances at KSA Gallery, Kukui Grove. Info http://www.kauaisocietyofartists.org, https://frommillicentwithlove.com

Friday, November 2 YWCA of Kaua’i’s 10th Annual Na Wahine Alaka’i I Kaua’i
Celebrate the women leaders of Kauai at this year’s event. Dinner, silent auction, entertainment and dancing. Held at Kauai Marriott Resort. Tickets http://ywcakauai.org/purchase-tickets, info 245-5959

November 3-10 Be Moved – Women’s Retreat
Be Moved retreats are designed to help you transform your inner and outer dance through life. Join us, on a moving journey with yoga, nia dance, excursions, art, hula, quiet reflection, women’s circle, ocean play, hiking and more! Held on the North Shore. Info 635-1589, 635-0557, https://womensretreatkauai.com

Saturday, November 3 Sierra Club Hike Open to the Public – Polihale Ridge
Please note, this is not Polihale Beach but a ridge hike that begins up in Kokee State Park and terminates on a ridge above the beach. Moderately difficult 10 miles round trip. Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5. Info Ken Fasig 346-1229, https://sierraclubkauai.org

Saturday, November 3, 9:30 am Kauai Veterans’ Day Parade
Kauai Veterans’ Day Parade will start on Makaha Road and proceed down Kuhio Highway thru downtown Kapaa and end at Kapaa Beach Park on Nui Street. Featuring marching units from the different military services, community organizations, Kauai school’s marching bands and JROTC units. Following the parade there will be a craft fair, food vendors and local entertainment featuring singers as well as a hula show. Info https://www.kauaiveteranscenter.org

Saturday, November 3, 11am-2 pm Gifts of Mele from Our Kupuna
Na Himeni Concert with Kimo Alama Keaulana & Lei Hulu. Featuring older, traditional Hawaiian chants and songs. Presented by and at Hanapepe Hawaiian Church, 3815 Hanapepe Rd. Tickets $25 from church office or members. Info 335-3505

Sunday, November 4 Sierra Club Hike Open to the Public – Maha’ulepu and Makauwahi Cave Reserve
Enjoy the majestic coastline. Visit the world-class ​archaeological site. South Shore. Moderate 3 miles. Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5. Info Allan Rachap 212-3108, https://sierraclubkauai.org

Sunday, November 4, 4:30 pm Adopting a Growth Mindset and Starch Based Diet For Happiness
Vegan Potluck & Lecture with guest speaker Benjahmin. For the potluck dinner, please bring a vegan dish (with recipe/ingredient list), or $10 donation (free for children 12 and under). $25 gift certificate for the best dish! At Sun Village Clubhouse. Info 346-8743, http://www.vsh.org

November 5-11 Kauai Writers Conference
Attracting major authors of both literary and popular fiction, non-fiction, screenplay and poetry, The Kauai Writers Conference features writing and publishing workshops, one-on-one pitch sessions and manuscript critiques with influential literary agents. Whether you’re new to writing or have a book ready to publish, this event provides a rare opportunity to learn from some of the industry’s best. Conference highlights include sessions with Pulitzer Prize winning author Jane Smiley and Hawaii-born Kaui Hart Hemmings, whose book, The Descendants, was turned into an Oscar-winning film. A few of the notable conference faculty include Jon Fine, former Director of Author and Publisher Relations for Amazon; Garth Stein, author of The Art of Racing in the Rain; Sara Gruen, author of Water for Elephants; and Christina Baker Kline, author of Orphan Train. Pre conference Master Classes are also available for those looking for a more intimate experience. At Kauai Marriott Resort. $695-$1250. Info info@kauaiwritersconference.com, http://www.kauaiwritersconference.com

Monday, November 5, 4-6 pm Women’s Financial Empowerment Discussion
Join us for a conversation to explore your money story and how to make healthy money choices. A program presented by the YWCA of Kaua’i and Marjorie Bennett, CFA. Childcare provided. At Anaina Hou Community Park. Free. Tickets https://ticketbud.com

November 6-8 Mani Lomi 1 Workshop
Mana Lomi describes a concept that involves the movement of energy. The Mana Lomi technique is based on Hawaiian concepts of working with the”mana” of the body, mind, and soul of an individual. Topics covered include clinical procedures of Mana Lomi as well as history, simple meditation practices, ho`oponopono and Hawaiian healing chants. At St. Michael’s, Lihue. $485. Info 652-5691, http://hartfeltkauai.com

November 7-10, 3rd Annual Poipu Food & Wine Festival
Chef competition and culinary market Nov 7, 3:30-6 pm, Flavors of Poipu and KCC Chef demo Nov 9, 5:30-8:30 pm, Poipu Culinary Scholarship Gala Nov 10, 5:30-9 pm. Info https://www.poipufoodandwinefestival.com

Wednesday, November 7, 3-6 pm Mahi’ai Technical Assistance Program Free Workshop Series for Minority Farmers & Ranchers
Indigenous Agroforestry & Cropping Systems w/ Dr. Noa Kekuewa Lincoln & uses of Indigenous La’au Products w/ Sean Chun. Info 828-0685 x15, Mahiai@MalamaKauai.org, http://www.malamakauai.org

Wednesday, November 7, 5 pm From Under the Russian Snow – Author Talk
Join us as we welcome author Michelle A. Carter as she presents on her new memoir. A searing personal memoir blended with gutsy reporting and canny observation of contemporary life in the emerging democracy of pre-Putin Russia. At Princeville Public Library. Info 826-4310, https://www.librarieshawaii.org

Thursday, November 8, 8am-6 pm “In the Kitchen” Poipu Food & Wine Festival
Hands-on cooking class with some of Poipu’s top chefs in their own restaurants; includes tasting. $50pp. Info Poipu Beach Resort Assn, 742-7444

Thursday, November 8, 10am-1 pm Nutrition Facts, Ingredient and Allergen Statements
What does the FDA’s new nutrition facts label for packaged foods mean for you? With instructor: Dr. Lauren Tamamoto. Learn about the key changes and new labeling requirements for packaged food and how to evaluate your food label and determine if your label is in compliance. $25 per company. At KCC OCET. Info info@innovatehawaii.org, https://ihnutritionfacts.eventbrite.com

November 9-25 Hawaii Children’s Theatre presents Disney’s “Newsies!”
Tony-winning Broadway hit inspires everyone to fight for what’s right and seize the day. Classic Family show, rated PG for all audiences. Sun, Nov 11, $6 with donation – Special benefit performance for Kauai Food Banks. Fri & Sat, 7 pm; Sun, 4 pm. At Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall. Tickets $15 general; $12 students & seniors, ages 3 & under free. Info 246-8985, https://www.hawaiichildrenstheatre.org

Friday, November 9 Boarding Passes to Faraway Places Book Signing and Reading
Guy Sibilla, Award-Winning Adventure Travel Writer releases a Collection of Travelogues from destinations few have visited and from some that no longer can be. At Talk Story Book Store, Hanapepe Town during Hanapepe Art Night. Info 258-5297

November 9 & 10, 8-10 pm The 4th Annual Wahine Comedy Festival
Join the Female Comics of Hawaii, the only all-female comedy group in Hawaii for two nights at Trees Lounge in Kapaa. $12 at door. Info http://www.treesloungekauai.com

Saturday, November 10 Sierra Club Hike Open to the Public – Kuilau Ridge Trail
A gentle steady walk on a wide path with sweeping view of lush valleys and Mount Waiʻaleʻale and Makaleha Mountain Ranges. This trail offers great rewards without a lot of effort. Glorious views and ever-present bird songs reward you along this trail. Hike to bridge and picnic tables for lunch. East side. Easy to moderate 3.5miles. Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5. Info Vivian Hager and Julio Magalhães 650-906-2594, https://sierraclubkauai.org

Saturday, November 10, 11am-5 pm Entry Day for Kauai Society of Artists Small Works Show
Original work only-created within the past 3 years. Four Pieces accepted on Entry Day. No Prints allowed (unless your medium is photography). The KSA Gallery has lots of wall space so the KSA Board of Directors decided to increase the maximum size limit of work from 16″ x 16″ x 16″ to 20″ x 20″ x 20”. At KSA Gallery, Kukui Grove. Info 245 2782, artinkauai@gmail.com, http://www.kauaisocietyofartists.org

Saturday, November 10, 4-10 pm An Evening of Extraordinary Storytelling
In memory of the 168th anniversary of Roberts Louis Stevenson – Tusitala. Stories of Roberts Louis Stevenson, and from the Na Pali coast, Plantation Camp days, Shadow Stories, keiki stories in an inflatable and more. Tickets $12 door, $10 pre sale at Storybook Theatre, under 12 half price and pre schoolers and toddlers free. At Storybook Theatre. Info 335-0712, http://www.storybook.org

Saturday, November 10, 8 pm A Spectacular Night with Makana
With new music and story telling. Part of Kauai Writers Conference. At Marriott Resort and Beach Club’s Kauai Ballroom. Tickets $40 from http://www.kauaiwritersconference.com

Tuesday, November 13, 4:30 pm Bikes on Rice
Safe, slow paced fun rides throughout the Lihue neighborhoods for all ages and abilities. Meet at the Lihue Civic Center on Rice Street. Info 639-1018, https://bikesonrice.org

Thursday, November 15 Sierra Club Hike Open to the Public – Maha’ulepu
Hike the trails above rugged sandstone cliffs, and experience one of Kauai’s most beautiful locations, isolated from development, perfect for resting Hawaiian monk seals. South Shore. Moderate 3 miles. Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5. Info Lee Gately 661-373-4834, https://sierraclubkauai.org

November 16-January 4, Noon-6 pm Kauai Society of Artists Small Works Show
Original art from Kauai artists. Small works but a Big show just in time for holiday shopping. Opening Reception: Fri, Nov 16, 5-8 pm. Open until 9 pm on Fridays. At KSA Gallery, Kukui Grove. Info 245 2782, artinkauai@gmail.com, http://www.kauaisocietyofartists.org

November 16-18 Kauai Old Time Gathering at Kokee Lodge
Featuring workshops & performances by: LosKauaianos, Foghorn Stringband, Cajun Country Revival, RoochieToochie & The Ragtime Shepherd Kings, Ann Savoy, Ed Punua, Appalachian Hippie Poet & Nick Castillo, Fanny Guys, Lowbiscus, Kilin Reece, Don Musel, Ted Shanks, Square Dance Callers Daniel Frazier & Stan Sharp. Workshops: Banjo, fiddle, guitar, pakini, bass; Leo Ki’eki’e, Blacksmithing & basket making, Kachi Kachi Music & Dancing, Country Square Dancing & Cajun Two-Step. Volunteer with Kauai Resource Conservation to learn about endemic plants and remove invasive plants. Info and tickets https://www.kauaioldtime.com

Saturday, November 17, 8:30am-1:30 pm CKTV Holiday Craft Fair
Handmade gifts, jewelry, books, clothing, hand bags and much more designed and created by local craft and artisan vendors. Proceeds also support the CKTV Advanced Media Class. Other fairs on December 1 and 15. At Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Cafeteria. Info Kevin Matsunaga 645-0019

Saturday, November 17, 9am-1 pm Keiki Day at Na Aina Kai
Na ‘Aina Kai’s playday is a monthly event where you can enjoy quality time with your kids in the “Under the Rainbow” Children’s Garden. The kids can play in Jack’s fountain, explore the jungle tree house, and discover the many child friendly features of our Children’s Garden. Bring a towel and be prepared to get wet! Outside snacks are permitted. Reservations are recommended. $10 per person (children under 1 year old are free). Info 828-0525, http://naainakai.org/keiki-day

Saturday, November 17, 10:45am-3 pm Pihea Trail and Alaka’i Swamp Hike
Hike the Pihea Trail and a portion of the Alaka’i Swamp Trail providing a spectacular view of Kalalau Valley, 7 miles in length, approx 1000 feet elevation gain. Meet at Koke’e State Park. Info https://www.meetup.com/Kauai-Island-Outings

Saturday, November 17, 4-8 pm Rice Street Block Party
The best party on Kauai! A family-focused event to bring the whole community together with artisans booths, live entertainment, dancing, food trucks and culinary specials from local businesses. A Keiki Zone at the Rice Shopping Center will feature fun, games and the guest appearance of Paulo, the historic Grove Farm train engine, and 3-on-3 basketball tournament for boys and girls divisions (5th through 8th grades) at Kalena Park. Info http://ricestreetkauai.com

Sunday, November 18, 13th Annual KVMH Golf Tournament
Two person scramble, come dressed in a colorful aloha shirt and receive a free mulligan, Banquet luncheon and awards ceremony at Grand Hyatt. Fundraiser for West Kauai Medical Center and Kauai Veterans Memorial Hospital. $120 per golfer. Info 338-9452, 482-0808, skline@hhsc.org

Sunday, November 18, 12:30 pm Calligraphy Workshop for Beginners
Lawai International Center announces a collaboration with three Calligraphy artists and teachers. All ages and beginners are welcome for a hands on experience. Suggested minimum donation $25. Includes lunch and workshop supplies. Info 651-8893, http://www.lawaicenter.org

November 23-December 13 Botanical Illustration Workshops
Wendy Hollender, botanical artist, instructor & author, will lead intensive botanical illustration workshops along with fellow instructors Veronica Fannin and John Patoriza Pinol. One, two or three sessions workshop using graphite, colored and watercolor pencils, watercolors. Open to artists of all levels. Info https://drawbotanical.com/events

Sunday, November 25, Noon-6 pm, 26th Annual Hawaiian Slack Key Festival – Kauai Style
Featuring up to 16 performing artists in the Slack Key Guitar Genre including award winning artists. Island food and crafts also available. Benefit for the Ki-ho’alu Foundation. $10 at door. At Kauai Marriott. Info Milton Lau 226-2697, kihoalufoundationinc9@gmail.com

Thursday, November 29 Sierra Club Hike Open to the Public – Alaka’i Swamp
The Alaka’i is a primeval habitat made accessible by boardwalks. One of the world’s wettest spots, is not a swamp but a mountain rain forest rising 4,500 feet above the Pacific. A variety of native plants and birds can be seen only on this trail. Panoramic view of the North Shore is at trail’s end. Very Strenuous 8 miles. Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5. Info Lee Gately 661-373-4834, https://sierraclubkauai.org

Friday, November 30, 7 pm Kauai Community College Instrumental Music Ensembles’ Winter Concert Preview
All three of our ensembles will join forces to perform selections from our Winter Concerts that will be held at the Kauai Community College Performing Arts Center on the 9th and 14th of December. Free. At Kukui Grove Shopping Center

Saturday, December 1 Sierra Club Hike Open to the Public – Nounou Mountain
We will explore the mountain on several trails. Spectacular panoramic views of the East Side of Kauai. East Shore. Moderately Strenuous 5 miles. Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5. Info Julio Magalhães 650-906-2594, https://sierraclubkauai.org

Saturday, December 1, 8:30am-1:30 pm CKTV Holiday Craft Fair
Handmade gifts, jewelry, books, clothing, hand bags and much more designed and created by local craft and artisan vendors. Proceeds also support the CKTV Advanced Media Class. Other fair on December 15. At Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Cafeteria. Info Kevin Matsunaga 645-0019

December 1-29, 6-8 pm, 22nd Annual Kauai Festival of Lights
A Kauai tradition started by artist Elizabeth Freeman in 1997 and now showcasing the beloved “Trash to Treasure” Folk Art decorations of Auntie Josie Chansky and the gorgeous new “upcycled” creations designed by Elizabeth and crafted by our talented teen volunteers! At Historic County Building, 4396 Rice Street. Info https://kauaifestivaloflights.com

December 1 & 2, 4th Annual Christmas Sing-Along with Harps Concerts
Come sing your favorite Christmas carols accompanied by two amazing harpists: Sylvia Woods and Madeleine Brandli. Dec 1, 7 pm at Church of the Pacific, Princeville, and Dec 2, 4 pm at St. Michael and All Angels Church in Lihue. $15 at door. Info https://www.harpcenter.com/category/kauai-harp-concerts

Saturday, December 1, 8 pm “Skankin’ on da’ Rock” Reggae Dance Party
Cocoa Tea with his Band the Legendary Jamaican Reggae Superstar. At Rob’s Good Time Grill. Tickets and info 896-4845, http://ww5.bluebearhawaii.com

Sunday, December 2 Sierra Club Hike Open to the Public – Maha’ulepu and Makauwahi Cave Reserve
Enjoy the majestic coastline. Visit the world-class ​archaeological site. South Shore. Moderate 3 miles. Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5. Info Allan Rachap 212-3108, https://sierraclubkauai.org

Wednesday, December 5, 3-6 pm Mahi’ai Technical Assistance Program Free Workshop Series for Minority Farmers & Ranchers
Korean Natural Farming Meat Bird Production w/ Juliua Ludivico of Ludovico Farms. Info 828-0685 x15, Mahiai@MalamaKauai.org, http://www.malamakauai.org

Saturday, December 8, 9 am NTBG Christmas Craft Fair
Join us for a day of holiday shopping and entertainment featuring NTBG plants and Kauai-made products, jewelry, clothing and more! Enjoy discounts in the NTBG Gift Shop, live music, and food from local food trucks. At South Shore Visitors Center. Info https://ntbg.org/events/craft-fair

Saturday, December 8, 9am-2 pm All Saints’ Holiday Craft Fair
Join us for our fair featuring over 70 booth spaces, get your holiday shopping from Kaua’i’s finest crafters. At All Saint’s Episcopal Church. Info craftfair@allsaintskauai.org, http://www.allsaintskauai.org

Saturday, December 8, 5:30-9:30 pm Black & White Ball 2018
This island formal black tie optional event is held at the St Regis Resort Princeville main ballroom. A Gourmet Dinner from Executive Chef Hubert DesMaris, dinner music by: Gypsy Spice, Rumba De Fuego, Salsa, and Swing, Soul. Silent and live auction. $150 pp. Tickets https://ticketbud.com

Saturday, December 8, 7 pm The 12th Annual Kauai Sings! Christmas “Comfort & Joy”
Join Kauai’s best crooners as they cheer in the holiday season with some of your most beloved holiday songs in a benefit for Malama Pono Health Services, at Kilohana Luau Pavilion. Cash bar and food for purchase. Tickets $25 Adv, $30 door. Info Malama Pono 246-9577, http://mphskauai.org

Sunday, December 9, 4 pm Kauai Community College Symphony Orchestra Winter Concert
Featuring music by Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Grundman, Hylkil, and Cacavas. This concert includes classical music, folk songs, and holiday music. There will be music for all tastes and the concert is free! At KCC Performing Arts Center. Info Sarah Tochiki 387-6772, tochikis@hawaii.edu

Monday, December 10, 6:30 pm Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Beginning Band Preview Concert
Featuring 120+ Beginning Band students in their first concert. Special guests, the Kauai Community College Jazz Ensemble. FREE! At Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Kilohana Playcourt. Info Sarah Tochiki 387-6772, sarah_tochiki@eckms.k12.hi.us

Friday, December 14, 7 pm Kauai Community College Jazz Ensemble and Wind Symphony Winter Concert
Featuring everything from Jazz to Classical music! Highlights from the program include music from every “Harry Potter” Movie, jazz standards, and holiday music. Free! At KCC Performing Arts Center. Info Sarah Tochiki 387-6772, tochikis@hawaii.edu

Saturday, December 15 Sierra Club Hike Open to the Public – Waimea Canyon Hike
We will explore lovely panoramic views of the Waimea Canyon and ocean beyond as well as the upper reaches of Waipo’o Falls on this loop hike including the Pu’u Hinahina Trail, Cliff Trail, Canyon Trail, Black Pipe Trail, Halemanu- Koke’e Trail, Kumuela Trail, and return on Canyon Trail. Strenuous 8 miles. Requested donation for members and participants under 18 is $1. For all others: $5. Info Julio Magalhães 650-906-2594, https://sierraclubkauai.org

Saturday, December 15, 7:30 pm, 4th Night of Chamber Music with Ensemble Henrietta
A dynamic NYC/Kaua’i collaboration with cellist Josh Nakazawa from Hawai`i Symphony Orchestra, pianist Monica Chung, violinists Drew Ricciardi from Boston, and Kaycee Parker. At St. Michael’s and All Angels. Info http://kauai-concert.org

Sunday, December 16, 2-4:30 pm “Island Breeze” CD Release Concert
Featuring Kenny Endo, Riley Lee, Jeff Peterson. An all-star trio blending Hawaiian and Japanese instruments in a creatively inspiring and exciting style: Kenny Endo on taiko, Riley Lee on shakuhachi, Jeff Peterson on Hawaiian slack key guitar. At Historic Waimea Theater. Info Garden Island Arts Council 245-2733

Tuesday, December 18, 6:30 pm Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Band Winter Concert
Featuring students for the 2nd and 3rd Year Bands and the CKMS Jazz Band. Come and join us for a night of great music! Free! At Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Kilohana Playcourt. Info Sarah Tochiki 387-6772, sarah_tochiki@eckms.k12.hi.us

Ongoing

Every First Friday, 4-6 pm Conscious Living and Dying Study Group
All are invited to drop in to free on going group for face to face dialogue and facts about fully embracing all that is. More information on location of this safe space to discuss end-of-life issues and tell your story at http://consciouslivinganddying.com and http://deathdinnerandme.org. Confirm 828-6236

 

By |2018-11-16T05:34:39+00:00October 31st, 2018|0 Comments

About the Author:

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: