For Kauai Calendar Events for December 2016

All these events and more can be seen on our online calendar where you can add them yourself, or email them for us to do. Enjoy.

Now till December 24 The Trees of Remembrance
The Trees of Remembrance provide a meaningful opportunity to honor those who have died or are far away. For a donation of $7, an ornament may be hung bearing the name of a loved one, and an acknowledgement will be sent to the person of the donor’s choice. This year, we have added pet ornaments and Kaua`i Hospice will donate $2 to the Kaua`i Humane Society for each pet memorialized on our trees. At Kukui Grove and Kukui`ula Shopping Centers. Info,,

Now till December 31 Kaua`i Independent Food Bank Food Drive
Food donations may be dropped off at any County of Kaua`i Fire Station, or at the KIFB warehouse in Nawiliwili. Monetary donations, and perishable food and fruit items are gratefully accepted only at our Nawiliwili warehouse from 8am-4 pm, Monday through Friday. For more info, or how to help 246-3809,,

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 Kaua`i Society of Artists (KSA) Gallery in Kukui Grove. New location E8 (former Picture’s Plus). Info,

Friday, December 2, 10am-8 pm Kaua`i Museum Annual Christmas Craft Fair
It’s that time again! Kaua`i Museum’s Annual Christmas Craft Fair. Come enjoy ono island food and see the many crafts for the perfect Christmas gift. The museum will be open from 10am to 4 pm.but, the fun continues outside until 8 pm. Also, don’t miss your chance to win a beautiful king size handmade Pineapple quilt (includes two matching shams) with a donation of $5. Info 245-6931,

Fridays, December 2 to March 10, 5-7 pm Balkan Dancing Free Workshops
Dances and songs of Southeastern Europe and the Middle East. Non-partner; everyone welcome! Interesting music, unusual rhythms, culture, history. At Lihue Neighborhood Center, 3353 Eono Street. Info Esti 822-4599, Don

Friday, December 2-24 & 30, 6-8 pm Festival of Lights 2016
The Opening Ceremony of the 20th Annual Festival of Lights featuring the Kaua`i Chorale and a spectacular Lighting Countdown led by Santa and Mrs.Claus at the Historic County Building. It is followed by the Lights on Rice Parade. After the parade the Festival of Lights display of dazzling Holiday creations will be open through 8 pm. Light creations by Auntie Josie and Kaua`i artisans. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening. Info Elizabeth Freeman 639-8564,,

Friday, December 2, 6-9 pm Lights on Rice Parade 2016
Parade from Vidinha Stadium, up Rice Street to the Historic County Building, Lihu`e
Crafts Fair by the Kaua`i Museum, 9am-9 pm. Food Vendors. Free and Open to the Public. Info Eileen Winters 639-3571

Saturday, December 3, 8-10 am, 5th Annual Kaua`i’s Breakfast with Santa
A scrumptious full breakfast buffet catered by Chef Mark Oyama. Visit with Santa, and enjoy train ride discounts. Story telling with a gift from Santa. Arts and crafts, face painting, live entertainment. Advanced ticket purchase required $22 adults, $20 keiki. At Gaylords, Kilohana. Reservation only, seating limited 639-5656

Saturday, December 3, 10am-4 pm Friends Of The North Shore Library At Princeville: Quarterly Used Book Sale
Over 12,000 books, DVDs & CDs! All children may select one free book. After 2:00 pm, EVERYTHING IS HALF PRICE! Donations of books in good condition are always appreciated and may be brought to the Library desk whenever the Library is open. At Princeville Public Library, 4343 Emmalani Drive, Princeville, HI 96722. Info 826-4310,

Saturday, December 3, 10am-3 pm St. Raphael Church 175th Anniversary Carnival
St. Raphael Church has been celebrating its 175th Anniversary with monthly events since July. The celebration wraps up with Mass and a Luau on Christmas Day, the actual founding date of St. Raphael Church in 1841. We invite the entire Kaua`i community to celebrate this historical event with us. Bring the whole family for a fun-filled day! Including food booths, games, water slides, keiki carnival rides, rummage sale, 30 craft booths, silent auction. At St. Raphael Church grounds, 3011 Hapa Road, Koloa. Info Brenda Sameshima 651-5350, Shelly Gerardo 639-3398

Saturday, December 3, 10:30am-2:15 pm Winter Recital Showcase
Winter Recital Showcase presented by Kaua`i Dance Center. 10:30-11:30 am Keiki showcase, ages 3-10, 1-2:15 pm. Tickets $8, Kieki $5, 2 and under free. At Eyes Wide Open Productions Arts Center 3285 Waapa Rd, Lihu`e. Info Jennifer Bell-Grey 823-9588,

Saturday, December 3, 11am-1 pm “Picture Bride Stories”
With Barbara F. Kawakami, author. Meet the author reception and book signing. At Hanapepe Library 335-8418

Saturday, December 3, 4:30-10 pm Black & White Ball
The Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay present our 17th Annual Black & White Ball at The St Regis Princeville Resort with dinner, dancing, live entertainment and auctions. Proceeds go to the purchase and installation of life saving AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) for key public locations on Kaua`i and Ni`ihau. Info and tickets Robin Wong 917-449-6311,

Saturday, December 3, 7 pm KCC Symphony Orchestra Winter Concert
Featuring music by Mozart and Tchaikovsky, holiday favorites, and music from the musical “Wicked.” At KCC PAC. Free. Info 387-6772,,

December 3 & 4 “Christmas Sing-Along with Harps Concerts”
Harpists Sylvia Woods and Madeleine Brandli invite you to an evening of joyful concerts of Advent carols and Christmas music. Christmas harp solo, caroling, and fun surprises. Musician Bob Smith will be leading the singing. You will receive a special booklet with the lyrics of the carols. Dec 3, 7 pm at Church of the Pacific, Princeville, Dec 4, 4 pm at St. Michael and All Angels Church, Lihu`e. Tickets $15 at the door. Info Sylvia Woods,

Sunday, December 4, 9am-3 pm Car Wash to Support North Shore’s Only Middle/Highschool Pu`ukumu
Please come and get your car washed for $10 and support North Shore Kaua`i’s only middle and high school, Pu`ukumu. At Ching Young Village Parking Lot

Sunday, December 4, 11am-5 pm, 7th Annual Kalo Festival
Join us at Waipa’s beautiful Halulu Fishpond as we celebrate kalo! We’ll have educational displays, a biggest kalo contest, poi pounding, kalo tastings, and foods inspired by kalo too! This event is a fundraiser and a special opportunity to enjoy community, food, and fun in the ahupua`a. Admission $5 for adults and $1 for keiki (ages 3-18). Waipa is a living learning center focused on taking care of our natural resources, practicing Hawaiian culture and values, and inspiring healthy keiki and community. Info Kalen Kelekoma 652-6236,

Sunday, December 4, 4 pm “The Bridge: Kauai to College” Gaylord’s Gala Fundraiser
Free mentoring for Kauai Kids who want to go to college. Featuring Aaron Sala & Snowbird Bento. With Halau Ka Lei Mokihana o’ Leina’ala. Gaylord’s – Three Course Buffet Dinner and No-Host Bar. Tickets $75 for open table seating, $600 for reserved table for six. Tickets Susan Davis (650) 464-1654,,

Sunday, December 4, 4-9 pm Annual Holiday Hula Celebration
Dancers and musicians offer the spirit of the holidays through a variety of dance and musical presentations ranging from kahiko, or traditional style, to auana, or contemporary styling and song. There will be a craft fair, bake sale and hot food sale. $25 at door. At Kaua`i Marriott Resort in Lihu`e. Info 651-3099

December 4-10 Kaua`i Live Healing with Mas Sajady
Mas returns to the Hawaiian island of Kaua`i for a three-day retreat to beautiful Waimea Canyon, as well as a series of powerful events at the St. Regis Resort in Hanalei Bay. Can this man change your life in 5 min. or less? On Dec 4 at Courtyard Kaua`i at Coconut Beach. Info and to register

Monday, December 5, 9am-1 pm The Chi of Wild Edible Foods in Kauai
With Katrina Blair & Tyler VanGemert. We are fortunate to have these foraging experts visit and give us a new perspective for world nutrition. From wild weeds to edible berries, greens and roots, you will learn how to identify and prepare these local, wild nutrient dense foods and integrate them into your daily practices for increased quality of life. Carpool starts at Kawaihau road uphill from KAC-call for directions. Free-suggested donation $15. Info 415 342 3027

Monday, December 5 & 12, 5:30-7 pm Free Financial Empowerment Series
Free Financial Empowerment Series available to all (men and women) who are interested in better managing their personal resources. At YWCA Women’s Center, 4410 Hardy Street Lihu`e. Info

December 5, 8 & 12, 6 pm Annual Candle Lighting Memorial
Our annual Candle Lighting Memorial is an interfaith ceremony honoring loved ones who have died or who are separated in distance and supports survivors and others grieving the loss and/or distance in a beautiful and very profound way. Candles are lit in memory or honor of that loved one. This year you have three opportunities to take part in these services; 5th, at the Immaculate Conception Church in Lihu`e; 8th, at the Hawaiian Congregation Church in Hanapepe; and 12th, at the Church of the Pacific in Princeville. Info

Monday, December 5, 6:30 pm CKMS Beginning Band Preview Concert
Featuring 130 beginning band students in grades 6-8 as well as the Paperclip Squad. At Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Kilohana Playcourt. Free. Info 387-6772,,

December 6, 9 & 10 “A Dickens of a Christmas”
Performed by Kalaheo Elementary School’s Sunshine Express group. Dec 6 at Kaua`i Coffee Company open house. Dec 9, 7 pm at Kalaheo School, general admission is $3 or $1 with non-perishable food item. Keiki tickets are $1 age 12 and under. Children 5 and under are free. Tickets will be sold at the door. Food for purchase will be available before and after the performance. We will also have a silent auction/drawing the night of the school performance for the general public. Dec 10 at center stage Kukui Grove. Kalaheo School’s Sunshine Express will also be featured in the Lights on Rice Parade on Dec 2nd. Info Laine Griffith

Tuesday, December 6, 6:30 pm Hanau Ka Ua – Hawaiian Rain Names
In this 1-hour cultural presentation, the authors will discuss the process of researching their book, share descriptions of winds and rains from early nineteenth and twentieth century Hawaiian language newspapers and perform hula and mele which mention various winds and rains. At Kapa`a Public Library. Info 821-4422

Wednesday, December 7, 2:30-3:30 pm PAWS to Read
Join us for PAWS to Read for keiki at the Lihu`e Library. This program was created to help children six years and older improve their literacy skills by reading to an animal in a fun and relaxed way. There are five 10-minute time slots at each visit. Time slots are available on a first come, first served basis. Keiki may bring a book of their choice to read, or read a book from our library collection. Info 241-3222,

Thursday, December 8, 5 pm Pie Workshop with Chef Jodie
Learn how to make flaky crust and festive fillings at Chef Jodie’s Holiday Pie Workshop. Class size is limited, so register early for this soon to sell out event! Please bring the following items: Metal Mixing Bowl, rolling pin, kitchen knife. Dress code: Long pants and toe covered shoes. Enrollment is $80. Workshops are non-refundable. At Monkeypod Jam. Info 378-4208,

Friday December 9, 4-8 pm Kilauea Night Market
At its new home at Anaina Hou Community Park (Home of Kaua`i Mini Golf). 40 local artisans, live music and food trucks. In 2017, the event returns to its normal schedule – taking place the last Saturday of each month. Info

December 9, 16 & 23, 6:30-8 pm Friday Nights With Santa
Kaua`i’s favorite Santa, Santa in paradise Phil Worwa, magically appears each holiday Friday night. Meet and greet with Santa, christmas stories, holiday activities. The Santa in paradise presentations are un-rushed and close up. bring your own camera. At Storybook Theatre. Info 335-0712,,

Friday, December 9, 7 pm KCC Jazz Ensemble and Wind Symphony Winter Concert
Featuring a large variety of jazz, classical, holiday music, and much more! A special piece will be performed by the Wind Symphony called “At Dawn They Slept” to honor the 75th Anniversary of the Bombing of Pearl Harbor. At KCC PAC. Free. Info 387-6772,,

Friday, December 9-10 & 16-17, 7 pm Hope Station – A Christmas Drama
You are invited to step back in time to Christmas Eve 1943 with the cast of Hope Station, a Christmas Drama with song, dance, and a story that brings hope to the midst of tragedy. Tickets are $5 and available at Calvary Chapel Lihu`e, Word4word Bookstore. At Calvary Chapel Lihu`e. Info 245-9673,

December 10-13 Buddhist Meditation Retreat
With Drupon Rinchen Dorjee Rinpoche. Introduction to Mahamudra as written by Lord Jigden Sumgon. At a private north shore location in Kilauea. $400. Info Donna Caplan 828-6153,

Saturday, December 10, 17 & 31, 8am-2 pm Kaua`i 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, December 10, 8:30am-1:30 pm CKTV Holiday Craft Fair
Handmade gifts, jewelry, books, clothing, hand bags and more! At Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School. Info Kevin Matsunaga 645-0019

Saturday, December 10, 3-7 pm A Christmas Luau
A Christmas Luau at the Kamokila Hawaiian Village that features Ilima Rivera, Santa, Christmas lighting, Candy Canes and the legendary Larry Rivera. There will be hula, Hawaiian food, baked goods and Uncle Charlie and his fishing nets. Santa arrives at 6 pm off a canoe on the Wailua River! There are gifts for the keiki, Hawaiian crafts, lei making, christmas ornaments, games, canoe rides and more. Located off Highway 56 North of Lihu`e Airport on Route 580 Kuamo`o rd. (across Opaeka`a Falls). Tickets $12 adv, $5 for Keiki 3-12, $15 at door. Tickets from “Ohana Juice Bar” and Cafe in Kapa`a, Aloha Kaua`i in Kapa`a, Ilima at 822-5929, Kamokila Hawaiian Village at 823-0559,

Saturday, December 10, 4 pm “Dances in December”
Kauai Dance Theatre’s Winter Showcase. $5 at-the-door for this 40-minute family-friendly concert. Proceeds benefit the Zonta Club Christmas Fund. At Lihue Parish Hall, 4340 Nawiliwili Road, next to Lihue United Church. Info Director Janie Crane 332-9737,

Saturday, December 10, 4:30 pm Gifting Jam Workshop
Aletha takes you through the jam-making process from start to finish, with a special focus Holiday Preserves. We will cook two different jams, including one cranberry based jam. Since it is the holiday season, we will make mini jars and provide creative ways to share them as gifts. Enrollment is $80 and Includes: Hands on, personal instruction, all needed supplies, pupus, refreshments and dinner. At Monkeypod Jam. Info 378-4208,

December 10 & 11 Chamber Music Kaua`i Concerts
Chamber Music Kaua`i consists of a chorus and a chamber orchestra. They will be doing a program of classical selections. Choral numbers such as Bach’s “Sheep May Safely Graze” and orchestra pieces such as Bach’s “Brandenburg Concerto No. 3”, as well as the first movement of the Beethoven “Spring” violin sonata. Both at St Michael’s and All Angels Church in Lihu`e, 10th at 7 pm, 11th at 5 pm. Free although donations accepted. Info Greg Shepard 482-1455

Saturday, December 10, 7 pm, 10th Annual Kaua`i Sings Christmas Cheer
Kaua`i Sings Christmas is the premier holiday event of the season as well as an important fundraiser for Malama Pono Health Services. By purchasing this ticket, your donation helps Malama Pono continue its mission to provide individualized, compassionate health care and education to meet the evolving needs of those on Kaua`i. At Kilohana. $25 pp, tables from $250. Info and tickets 246-9577,

Sunday, December 11 Kaua`i Veterans Christmas Luncheon
Christmas lunch for Kaua`i veterans. Info

Sunday, December 11 Sierra Club Hike Maha`ulepu and Makauwahi Cave
Maha`ulepu and Makauwahi Cave. Enjoy the majestic coastline of Kaua`i’s gem: Maha`ulepu. Visit the world class archaeological cave site. Info Allan Rachap 212-3108,

Sunday, December 11, 1 pm, 12th Annual Kaua`i Gymnastics Academy Exhibition
Take a break from Holiday Shopping by enjoying the beauty of gymnastics at Kukui Grove Shopping Center! Over 40 gymnasts from ages 7-18 will show off their tumbling skills. Info

Sunday, December 11, 6 pm Comedian Jo Koy
Known for his filipino jokes, Las Vegas comedian Jo Koy will be live at KCC. Tickets available from: Deja Vu Surf Hawaii – Kukui Grove, Rainbow Gas and Mini Mart in Kapa`a, Pono Market in Kapa`a, Progressive Expressions in Koloa, Hanalei Surf,,

Tuesday, December 13, 6:30 pm, 9th Annual CKMS Music Department Winter Concert
Featuring students from the band and chorus classes performing a variety of music. At Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Kilohana Playcourt. Free. Info 387-6772,,

Tuesday, December 13 & 20 & January 3, 6:30 pm The Big Idea Workshop
This discussion is hosted by The Specific Chiropractic Center with guest speakers including Dr. Addison Bulosan and Dr. Kaci Manion. We will be discussing how to manage chronic health problems without medication and/or surgery. We will also discuss how our office can address the challenges with specific chiropractic care. Info 369-9733,

Wednesday, December 14, 5-6:30 pm “The Aunties Four What?” Making Pidgin Easy
The pidgin of Hawaii is our Creole, a language-blending common to island cultures everywhere. The vocabulary Includes words borrowed from Hawaiian, English, Japanese and Portuguese as well as dialects of Filipino and Chinese. Unfortunately, newcomers and visitors often mistake pidgin for bad English. In this session, participants will learn a number of words and expressions they may find useful to understand as they discover the richness and humor of our island culture. At Princeville Public Library. Info 826-4310,

Wednesday, December 14, 6:30 pm Kaua`i High School Symphonic Band, Jazz & Ukulele Band & Chorus Winter Concert
Performances by the Symphonic Band, Jazz Raiders, Ukulele band and Chorus with the theme “Holiday Music.” At Kaua`i War Memorial Convention Hall. Free, although donations accepted. Info Mr. Darryl Miyasato, Music Director 245- 3173. Ext. 133

Wednesday, December 14, 6:30 pm Kapa`a Middle School Winter Concert
Choir and Ukulele Band Winter Choral Concert. Spaghetti dinner begins at 5:15 pm for $6. Concert free and open to the public. At Kapa`a Middle School. Info 821 4470 x 136

Wednesday, December 14, 6:30-8: pm Christmas Rocks
Island School’s three choral ensembles, together comprising the Island School Chorus, take the stage to present their annual winter concert. Christmas Rocks! showcases over 115 students in grades 4-12 performing popular Christmas music that found its beginnings in rock ‘n’ roll and pop music. At KCC PAC. Info

Thursday, December 15, 4:30 pm Ugly Aloha Shirt Bicycle Ride
Join us on the third Thursday of each month for a free, easy-paced fun bicycle ride. Helmets required, aloha shirts are welcomed, the brighter and uglier the better! Spandex is not considered the cool threads for these rides. Meet at Lihu`e Civic Center by the Department of Motor Vehicles parking lot. Info 639-1018

December 16-17, 6:30 pm Live Nativity at Crossroads Christian Fellowship
Celebrate Christmas by bringing your ohana to Crossroads’ drive-through live nativity. Enjoy different scenes depicting the timeless story of Christ’s miraculous birth! Free crafts for keiki, hula, keiki choir and food. Info 821-2228,

Friday, December 16, 7 pm Trevor Hall Trio
Dove Presents Trevor Hall Trio. At KCC PAC. Tickets $35 online, $40 at door. Info and tickets

Saturday, December 17, 7-8:30 am Walk Around the Block With a Doc
Meet Dr. Sashi Braga, primary physician at Kaua`i Medical Clinic, in the Wilcox Medical Center lobby to start a brisk walk around the Wilcox campus’ footprint path. After the walk, join Dr. Braga for a healthy breakfast and presentation on dementia, including Alzheimer’s. Then participate in HMSA’s Brain Fitness workshop. Bring your questions and a friend! It’s a great way to start the day, and it’s free! Call 245-1198 to register

Saturday, December 17, 5 pm Kilauea Christmas Concert
Featuring Kupaoa & the Ke ‘Ala Aumoe Dancers, the Kilauea Social Club, Malani Bileyu + Special Surprise Guest. Dinner plates, beer, wine and water will be sold, bring your own chair. At Anaina Hou Community Park (Home of Kaua`i Mini Golf). Free and open to the public

Saturday, December 17, 6 pm Rebelution and New Kingston
California reggae band Rebelution are coming to Kaua`i for their Falling Into Place tour alongside New Kingston! At Po`ipu Beach Athletic Club. $35. Info 742-2111,

December 17 & 18 Kaua`i Chorale presents: “The Colors of Christmas”
Dan Spriggs, Percussion; Jill Simonsen, Duet Pianist, Kaua`i Chorale String Ensemble, Kaua`i Chorale Brass Ensemble. Guests: Kaua`i Seventh Day Adventist Children’s Choir. 17th, 7:30 pm at KCC Performing Arts Center, 18th, 5 pm at St. Regis Hotel. Tickets: $12 adv; $15 door; Students $5. Info 822-5633,

Saturday, December 17, 7-8 pm Special Performances at the Festival of Lights
Mary Lardizabal’s Kapa`a Middle School Choir and Ukulele Band. The Festival of Lights is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening with Santa and Mrs. Claus from 6-8 pm through Dec 24. It is open on Christmas Eve. After Christmas it will be open on Friday, Dec 30. At Historic Kaua`i County Building. Info Elizabeth Freeman 639-8564,,

Sunday, December 18, 5:30-9:30 pm Kaua`i Island Paina
Share your love for protecting Hawaii’s precious places! The highlight of this evening will be a sumptuous three course farm to table dinner from Chef Peter Merriman, plus live music. This benefit provides much-needed operational support to ensure the Hawaiian Islands Land Trust continues its efforts to protect the lands that sustain us. $120. At Merriman’s Po`ipu. Info

Sunday, December 18 Special Performances at the Festival of Lights
Flutist Rene Janten. The Festival of Lights is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening with Santa and Mrs. Claus from 6-8 pm through Dec 24. It is open on Christmas Eve. After Christmas it will be open on Friday, Dec 30. At Historic Kaua`i County Building. Info Elizabeth Freeman 639-8564,,

Monday, December 19, 7:30 pm Leslie Jordan Benefit Comedy Show
Enjoy a night of comedy with Emmy award-winning actor and comedian ‘Will & Grace’, ‘Sordid Lives’, ‘American Horror Story,’ Leslie Jordan. A Kaua`i Hospice benefit performance. At KCC PAC. Tickets $25-$75. Info and tickets 245-7277,

December 23 & 24 Special Performances at the Festival of Lights
Violinist Kimberly Hope McDonough. The Festival of Lights is open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening with Santa and Mrs. Claus from 6-8 pm through Dec 24. It is open on Christmas Eve. After Christmas it will be open on Friday, Dec 30. At Historic Kaua`i County Building. Info Elizabeth Freeman 639-8564,,

Saturday, December 24 Sierra Club & Surfrider Beach Clean Up Nukoli`i
Nukoli`i Beach Clean Up. Surfrider and Sierra Club team up for a clean up. Help remove litter which poses a threat to sea birds and marine life. Bring hat and water. We’ll have other refreshments. Look for signs along the highway where to turn in or call Judy Dalton 482-1129,

Friday, December 30, 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

Saturday, December 31, 5:30-9 pm New Year’s Eve Celebration
Food trucks, live entertainment, movie in the park, keiki activities, spectacular Fireworks display. At Po`ipu Beach Park, Koloa. Free and open to the public. Info Jody Kjedsen 742-7444

Friday, January 6, 6 pm A Grateful Aloha Concert
Benefit Concert for Kaua`i 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,

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