For Kauai Calendar Events for June 2017

//For Kauai Calendar Events for June 2017

For Kauai Calendar Events for June 2017

For Kauai Calendar Events for June 2017 All these events and more can be seen on our online calendar where you can add them yourself, or email them to for us to do for you

June 2017

June 2, 3 & 4 Kauai Voices Presents Classics II The Music Lives On!
Kauai Voices, the island’s highly popular, auditioned 40-voice choral ensemble, will be performing on Friday and Saturday, June 2 and 3 at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, June 4 at 3 pm. All concerts at St. Michael’s Church in Lihue. Tickets $15 in adv, door $20. Info 838-3006,

Saturday, June 3, 6-10 am Haena to Hanalei Run
Hanalei Canoe Club will run the annual Haena to Hanalei Run. Free shuttle buses will leave from the Hanalei Pier from 4:45am to 5:45am; the race begins at 7am. The 8-mile race will be followed by awards and a pancake breakfast. There is also a 5K run that starts and finishes at Black Pot, plus a one-mile youth run. Cost is $40 pre-registered; $50 day of the race, which includes breakfast. The youth race is $10. Additional breakfast tickets can be purchased by non-runners for $7. For more information and to register

Saturday, June 3, 9am-1 pm Community CPR Class
Learn American Heart Association CPR. Hearts4kauai is offering a full training day for AHA Heartsaver First Aid, CPR and AED training. Online is also available with an in person skills check. Fees vary depending on modules needed. 9-11 am Heartsaver First Aid, 11am-1 pm Heartsaver CPR and AED—adult, child, and infant. At Koloa Neighborhood Center. Info 652-1284,,

Saturday, June 3, 10am-1 pm “The Filipinos of Koloa” by Catherine Pascual Lo
Book signing, book talk and talk story with the author of Koloa Plantation. The camps, life in plantation days, the eight major ethnic groups who made Koloa Plantation a success story and Filipino participation in the Koloa experience from 1910-1996. 8.5 x 11, 220-pages of text and photos: $25.00. Proceeds will help the Kauai Philippine Cultural Center. At Koloa Public School Library Meeting Room. Info 742-7238,

Saturday, June 3, 10am-4 pm Princeville Library Quarterly Used Book Sale
Over 10,000 books, Dvds and Cds! All children may select one free book. After 2 pm everything is half price. Sale starts at 9am for Friends of the North Shore Library members. Applications are available at the Library or join at the Sale. Donations of books in good condition are always appreciated and may be brought to the Library desk whenever the Library is open. Info

Saturday, June 3, 4 pm, 5th Annual Kauai Fashion Weekend
Kauai’s premier red carpet event, with special guest Meghan King Edmonds from Real Housewives of Orange County. At Kauai Marriott Resort. VIP Dinner and show tickets with runway seats $100, show only $30. Info 634-7853, Tickets

Saturday, June 3 GIRA Night Race
Garden Island Racing Association event. Race entry fee: Jr’s $15 -$25, Pro ET and Top Gun Members $55 non-Member $85, Street ET, Bike ET, Sport Compact, Muscle V8, Super Pro member, $35 Non-member $55. At Kauai Raceway Park, take Highway 50 West past Hanapepe, past Waimea, and past Kekaha. Look for our Drag Racing banner between MM 28 and 29, then follow the dirt road toward the beach. Info and tickets 652-7140,,

Sunday, June 4, 11:30am-3:30 pm, 29th Annual Taste of Hawaii
The Ultimate Sunday Brunch. Fundraiser held by the Rotary Club of Kapaa. The finest Chefs from around the state gather to provide our guests with a tasting extravaganza second to none. 25+ chefs, 10 beverage vendors and 12 musical acts. At Smith’s Tropical Paradise, parking and shuttle at Vidinha Stadium. $100, $125 on the day. Tickets and info 346-7095,

June 5-9 & June 19-23 Summer Critter Camps at Kauai Humane Society
Dog training, arts, crafts, games, outdoor activities, socializing with shelter animals and educational speakers. For keiki aged 7-12. $175 a session. early and late pick up/drop off $10 per day. Register at 632-0610, ext 103,

June 5-July 14 Healing Horses, Kauai Summer Horsemanship and Riding Camp
Fun filled equestrian adventures await! Camp held on: June 5-9, June 12-16, June 26-30 and July 10-14. From $45 per day. Ages 4-14. Info and to register 634-3896,,

Tuesday, June 6 Sierra Club Cleanup Waimea Canyon Road
Afternoon clean-up of Sierra Club’s adopted highway requires a little over an hour. Please help keep the gateway to Waimea Canyon litter-free. Info Bob Nishek 346-0476,

June 7-15 Breath of Light Kauai
Shamanic Vision Craniosacral Training. Level 1 – June 7-10, Level 2 – June 12-15. Info and tickets Danice (415)-854-7100,,

June 7-July 26, 5:30-7:30 pm Understanding Shakespeare
This course is an introduction to Shakespeare. You will spend two weeks every Tuesday on a representative work of each of four major categories of plays that Shakespeare wrote: Tragedies (Hamlet), Histories (Henry IV, Part 1) Comedies (Much Ado About Nothing), and Romances (The Tempest). You will also briefly look at some of the major sonnets he wrote. There will be discussion of the historical and biographical context of the works but most of the class periods will be spent on discussing and analyzing the works. Dr. Richard Randolph has a Ph.D. in English from the University of New Mexico (1996). He is a professor of English at Kauai Community College who regularly teaches British, World, and American literature. $320. At KCC. Info

Thursday, June 8, 5:30-7:30 pm Girls’ Night Out
Ladies, grab your best girlfriends and join us for a special evening in celebration of women’s health! Free activities and educational information that will be offered include: Healthy cooking demonstrations, tips on stress reduction and injury prevention from Dr. Heather Hopkins, chair relaxation techniques from HMSA, Wilcox’s blender bikes, and more! Screening mammograms also will be available during the event. At Wilcox Medical Center. Info

Friday, June 9 Sierra Club Hike Maha’ulepu Sunset to Moonlight Walk
Start out mid-afternoon from Shipwreck Beach walking along the coast to Maha’ulepu. Enjoy the setting sun and a full moon rise. Spectacular coastal walk. We’ll shuttle cars for a moderate one-way 3.5 mile hike. Info Bill Snyder 652-1718,

Friday, June 9, 5:30-7:00 pm Town Hall Meeting with Rep Nadine Nakamura
Organized by Kauai Women’s caucus. Public is encouraged to attend. At Kapaa Neighborhood Center. Submit questions for Rep Nakamura by emailing

June 9 & 10, 5-10:30 pm Lihue Hongwanji Buddhist Temple Bon Dance
Join us for our annual Bon Dance Festival. Dinner Plate opens at 5pm. Food Booth opens at 6pm, serving Flying Saucers, Pronto Pups, Yakitori (BBQ chicken on a stick), BBQ beef sticks, Saimin, Andagi and Shave Ice. Beverages for purchase include soda, water and coffee. Fish Pond and Games for Children. Dancing begins at 7:30pm. Participants welcome! Visit our temple and our grounds and enjoy the festivities! Info 245-6262,

Saturday, June 10, 7:30 am Walk Around the Block with a Doc
Join us for a special Doc Walk at the Hokuala Golf Course with Urologist Dr. Carrie Fitzgerald. A free healthy breakfast and talk on urological will follow the walk. If you need special assistance, please call at least 48 hours prior to the event. To register 245-1198,

June 10 & 24, 8am-2 pm Kauai Island Crafters Fair – Northshore
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 Church of the Pacific. Info 635-4314,,

Saturday, June 10, 9am-2 pm King’s Celebration & Parade
This year’s theme is Ho’okahi ka ‘ilau like ana – wield the paddles together honoring Kauai’s ocean voyages. Fabulous Floral Parade starts at 9am from Vidinha Stadium. Full Pau Units (horse riders), Floats, walking and riding units.
After the parade join us at the Ho’olaule’a on the lawn of the Historic County Building for crafts, food, Hawaiian cultural demonstrations, and entertainment including halau and entertainers. Info Melissia Sugai 635-7205,

June 10 & 24, 9am-3 pm YU – YWCA University – A Free Financial Empowerment Program
This is an absolutely Free financial empowerment program for the women of Kauai. While most of the curriculum was specifically designed for survivors of domestic violence, the program is open to individuals in the community, especially those in financial hardship, who would benefit from a course on basic financial management and guidance on professional job readiness. You must attend both classes. Lunch, transportation costs, and childcare are all provided for each participant. Info and to register Jamie Bucao,

June 10 & 24, 5:30 pm Broadway in Love Dinner Show
A dinner show featuring your favorite Broadway love songs preformed by the Broadway Pacific Singers. At Courtyard Marriott Kapaa. Tickets $90 GA, $80 HI residents with ID at door. Info 482-1455,

June 12-21, 8am-4 pm Tropic Care Kauai – Medical Care at No Cost
Services include: physical exams, physical therapy, dental exams, dental cleanings (limited number), dental fillings, tooth extractions, eye exams, and eyeglasses (single focus lenses only). Clinic sites: Ele’ele Elementary School, Kauai Community College and Kapaa Middle School. Mobile clinics: Kilauea Elementary School: June 12-15 and Waimea Easter Seals: June 17-21. Clinics open 8am-4 pm daily apart from June 18 & 21 when they will close at 1 pm. The Kauai Bus will be free of charge during Tropic Care. Info 241-3555,

June 13-16, 8am-5 pm KCC Summer Kids College: Myth Busters
Come join fellow mythbusters and help determine the truth behind several well-known urban legends. Students will have fun busting myths related to pressure and temperature. At KCC OCET. $105. Info Peggy Lake 245-8318,

Wednesday, June 14, 5-6:30 pm Talk Story with Author Bill Fernandez
Bill Fernandez will begin his presentation with an oli (Hawaiian Chant). Following the chant, he will share stories about his early years on Kauai and describe his memoirs. He will also describe some of his novels. During the power point slide show, Bill will add in a little singing. At Princeville Public Library. Info

Saturday, June 17 Sierra Club Hike Russian Fort Beach Walk
We start at the Russian Fort in Waimea and walk along the beach to Maka’weli. Delightful and scenic. An easy 4 mile round trip. Info Ken Fasig 346-1229,

Saturday, June 17, 8am-2 pm Kauai Island Crafters Fair – Koloa
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 Koloa Elementary School Cafeteria. Info 635-4314,,

Saturday, June 17, 9:30-12:30, 10th Annual Kids Summer Fest
Free community health event. Health and wellness activities that promote: healthy and active lifestyles, exercise and nutrition, injury prevention. Free sports physicals for keiki ages 5-18. Free snacks and giveaways, plus the chance to win a bike! At Kauai Marriott Resort. Info

Saturday, June 17, 3-10 pm Father’s Day Celebration, West Kauai Style
Mahalo E Papa. Featuring: The Homestead, The Pandanus Club & Sistah Robi Kahakalau and Friends. Bar and pupu. Pa’ina to follow featuring Bruddah Kimo Opiana. Tickets $25 Pre-Sale/$25 Door from: MCS Grill – Hanapepe, Deli & Bread Connection – Kukui Grove, Tamba – Kapaa. At Historic Waimea Theater. Info and sponsorship packages,

June 19-23, 8am-Noon KCC Summer Kids College: Physiology: How does my body work?
When is the last time you had to tell your heart to keep beating or your lungs to process oxygen? NEVER!!! Learn how your body works and why you should keep it that way! At KCC OCET. $130. Info Peggy Lake 245-8318,

June 19-July 14, 8am-4:30 pm Kauai Academy of Creative Arts Keiki Summer Program
KACA offers classes for students ages 7 and up in the area of visual and performing arts. Some of our classes offered this year are Taiko Drumming, Airbrush Painting, Jazz and Hip Hop Dance and much more! $300-$550, finical assistance available. Held at Island School. Info

Thursday, June 22 Sierra Club Hike Kuilau Trail
A gentle steady walk on a wide path with sweeping view of lush valleys and Mount Wai’ale’ale and Makale’ha Mountain Ranges. Hike to bridge and picnic tables for lunch. A moderate 4 mile round trip. Info Vivian Hager 652-3234,

June 23-24, 9th Annual Summer Festival Kauai Kau Wela
With special guest Larry Rivera. Friday, 3-8 pm evening of wela, hot summer event, Saturday, 9am-3 pm Ilima & Na Kane O Kamokila, Punohu the Warrior, Hawaiian food, hula hoop, peacock and lei contest, canoe rides, Polynesian dance, crafts, music and more. At Kamokila Hawaiian Village. Tickets, Adults $10, 3-12 years $5, door adults $15, 3-12 years $7. Info Ilima Rivera 822-5929,

Saturday, June 24, 2-6 pm Doghouse Beer Festival
Join us for the first Doghouse Beer Fest at the Kauai Sheraton in Poipu. Local entertainment, small bites from restaurants and beers from Hawaii and on the mainland will be showcased at the event. Tickets are $75 each/$90 at door. All proceeds will be split between Kauai Humane Society and Junior Achievement of Hawaii. 21 and over event. Info 632-0610,

Saturday, June 24, 9am-Noon Sierra Club and Surfrider Kealia Beach Clean Up
Kealia Beach Cleanup. Surfrider and Sierra Club collaborate to protect the marine and other wildlife, the reef, and ocean from marine debris. Will you please help? Look for banners at parking lot. Bring your water and hat. We’ll supply gloves, bags, and refreshments. Info Judy Dalton 482-1129,

Saturday, June 24, 5 pm NTBG Movie Night – E.T. The Extra Terrestrial
Enjoy family-friendly activities with KCC Cognition Learning Center before the movie and purchase food from Kauai’s favorite food trucks and restaurants. Advance-purchase $10 adults, $5 kids, free for NTBG members. Season passes also available! Prices go up at the door. To be shown at the South Shore Visitors Center in Poipu. Tickets and info

Saturday, June 24, 5:30-Midnight ‘A Night At The Museum’ – Re-enactment of MASH
Join us for a broadway show to salute the armed forces, silent auction and entertainment from Star Lighters and Vibrations. At Kauai Veterans Center. Tickets $75 donation $90 after June 1. Info 246-1135,

Sunday, June 25, 8am-2:30 pm Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas 9th Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Enjoy the thrill of world-class golf while making a difference in the community. The event price includes cart, green fees, gift bag and an awards luncheon on the “19th hole” at The Westin Princeville’s Main Lawn with live entertainment and prizes. A helicopter ball drop is scheduled in conjunction with the tournament. Tickets for the ball drop will be $10 each and the prizes included $1,500 cash for first place, $1,000 for second place and $500 for third place. All proceeds benefit Kauai charitable organizations. At Makai Golf Club. $125 pp. Info and to sign up Jason Sessions 827-8719,

June 26-30, 8am-Noon KCC Summer Kids College: Bee Keeping
Students will learn with visual and hands on learning tools. The focus of the presentation can be tailored to suit the middle school age group. What a beekeeper does: pollination, honey, what’s in the hive? types of bees, bee lifecycle, bee jobs, how to help bees at home and honey harvesting. At KCC OCET. $130. Info Peggy Lake 245-8318,

Saturday & Sunday, July 1-2 GIRA Independence Day Night Race
Garden Island Racing Association event. Race entry fee: Jr’s $15 -$25, Pro ET and Top Gun Members $55 non-Member $85, Street ET, Bike ET, Sport Compact, Muscle V8, Super Pro member, $35 Non-member $55. At Kauai Raceway Park, take Highway 50 West past Hanapepe, past Waimea, and past Kekaha. Look for our Drag Racing banner between MM 28 and 29, then follow the dirt road toward the beach. Info and tickets 652-7140,,

Tuesday, July 4, 28th Annual Concert in the Sky
Kauai Hospice 28th Annual Concert in the Sky watch fireworks, play games, enjoy live music and food all for a good cause. The biggest firework event on Kauai. $15 adults/$7 children. At Vidinha Stadium in Lihue. Info 245-7277

July 6-10 Forest Akamai Art Camp
Storybook Theatre’s summer offering for young people and their families in Kokee State Park. Exciting daily art activities. Learn more at 335-0712,


Monday to Saturday Youth, Teen and Adult Dance & Fitness Classes
New Youth, Teen and Adult Dance and Fitness Classes held in Kilauea. Let’s Dance! $16 drop-in,10 classes for $140. For more info and the full schedule visit

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