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November 2016

Now till December 31 Kaua’i Independent Food Bank Food Drive

From October 1st through December 31st, food donations may be dropped off at any County of Kauai Fire Stations, 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,,

November 2-6 Po’ipu Food and Wine Festival

New culinary festival hosted by the Po’ipu Beach Resort Association features culinary classes, the Kaua’i Culinary Market, a special Flavors of Kukui’ula, Sip & Shop Event and a special Sunday “Let’s Do Brunch” at the Shops at Kukui’ula featuring PBRA members. For details call 742-7444, or visit

November 4-6 Princeville Community Fine Arts Exhibit

Artists submit pieces with entry forms on Nov 4, 8-10am. Exhibit gala opening night with live music Nov 4, 4-8 pm. Exhibit 5th 1-5 pm, and 6th 1-4 pm. Nov 6, 4-5 pm artists pick up artwork. Open to the public, no charge. At Princeville Community Center. Info April McGinnis 826-6687,,

Friday, November 4, 6-7 pm ‘Aha Mele & The Welch Family

Free concert series to support the reconstruction of Kauai’s only pipe organ and music program at All Saints. Featuring The Welch Family. Free although donations welcome.

Friday, November 4, 7 pm Honolulu Theatre for Youth presents ‘H20, The Story of Water and Hawaii’

This sweeping musical by the HTY company will immerse both school and public audiences in a celebration of our islands’ most precious resource. The neighbor island touring production of H20, The Story Of Water And Hawaii is performed by Alvin Chan, Sean Joseph Choo, Moses Goods and Tina Uyeno. Directed by Nathaniel Niemi. Set design is by Jennifer Eccles, costume design is by Cheryl Flaharty, sound design is by Paul James Prendergast, stage manager is Jennifer Eccles.

The extraordinary musical floods the senses as HTY’s cast of “Water Warriors” (alternately scientists, activists and rock stars) explores the cultural, historical, environmental and physical properties of water through song, humor and interactive story telling. At the close of each performance, different “Water Heroes” from the surrounding community will take the stage and share their knowledge on an aspect of water in the islands. At KCC PAC. Tickets: $10 all seats all ages; available via (808) 839-9885, ext 720,, or at the door the night of the performance. Kauai School Performances:  November 3 & 4. Contact Aubrey Hawk 351-5800,

Saturday, November 5, 12, 19 & December 3, 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. 12th at Raphael Church, Koloa. Others at The Church of the Pacific. Info 635-4314

Saturday, November 5, 8am-3 pm Community Swap Meet with Grove Farm

At Grove Farm Park, Puhi. Free to Shop. Register to Participate. Info Linda 245-3678

Saturday, November 5 & 19, 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, November 5, 10am-Noon Veterans Day Parade 2016

Fundraiser for Kauai Veterans Council. Lucky drawing, food, craft booths and entertainment at the Historic County Building grounds. Parade from Vidinha Stadium to Historic County Building up Rice St. Info 652-4802

November 5, 11am- 5pm Small Works Show Entry Day

Small Works Big Show. “Cash and Carry” Holiday Sale. Featuring artwork 16″ x 16″ x 16″ or less. Opening Reception: 5-8 pm Fri, Nov 18. Show running from Nov 19 to Jan 6, 2017. At Kauai Society of Artists (KSA) Gallery in Kukui Grove. New location E8 (former Picture’s Plus). Info,

Saturday, November 5, 12-5 pm Concert Fest

Free family event to fundraise for the Kapa’a Middle School Choir and Ukulele Band’s trip to the Heritage Music Festival in Anaheim. Entertainment, food, games, crafts and more. At the Hilton Garden Inn, Wailua bay. Info

Sunday, November 6, 10am-5 pm Soul Mind Body Health & Wellness Fair

Enjoy complimentary activities and healthy refreshments. Experience extraordinary massages, and recive life enhancing guidance from the experts. At Happiness Planting Center, 3343 Kanakolu Street, Lihue. Info Vicky Ramos 651-4733, Jerilyn “Puamana” Guyang 651-6317,,

November 9-10 & 14-15 Open House for General Plan

Kaua’i County invites Kaua’i residents to attend one of the upcoming open houses to weigh in on the draft General Plan for Kaua’i’s future. Each open house will be available from 3pm to 9pm, with presentations at 5pm and 7pm. Open house dates and locations are: Nov 9 Lihue Civic Center, Pi’ikoi Rooms A & B, Nov 10 Kilauea Neighborhood Center, Nov 14 Hanapepe Public Library, Nov 15 All Saints Church gym, Kapaa. Info

Thursday, November 10, 5 pm, 8th Annual Na Wahine Alaka’i O Kauai (Women Leaders of Kauai)

This event honors women leaders who inspire, motivate and effect positive change in our community. Dinner, silent auction and entertainment. At Smith’s Tropical Paradise. Tables available, and individual tickets $75, see to buy. Info 245-5959,

November 11-13, 16th Annual Homegrown Music Festival

Nahko and Medicine for the People, Taimane, Ron Arts II, Oka and many more are scheduled to play at the festival. Fri 5-10 pm, Sat 2-10 pm, Sun noon-9 pm. At Church of the Pacific. All ages, children 14 and under free. Info and tickets 635-5556,

November 11-27 Hawaii Children’s Theatre “School of Rock”

Shows are weekends: Fri and Sat at 7pm, Sun at 4pm. Live on stage at the Kaua’i War Memorial Convention Hall in Lihu’e. Info

Friday, November 11, 5:30-7:30 pm Mini Monets & Mocktails (Acrylic Painting Workshop)     

Focused in the impressionist style of Monet. This is a social, creative event for all skill levels! With guided instruction, you’ll paint your own mini-canvases. All materials and supplies included; take-home (2) mini-canvases with (1) mini-easel, $5 voucher for your next workshop. $35. At Ha Coffee Bar. Info 631-9241,

Friday, November 11, 6-9 pm 2nd Garden Island Film Festival – Westin Princeville

3 films: Fishing Pono: Living in Harmony with the Sea by Teresa Tico, Director; Remember the Boys and Night Bird Song: The Incandescent Life of Thomas Chapin by Stephanie J. Castillo, Director. Ms. Castillo will be in-person from New York City for the screening. Bring lawn chairs and mats for seating. Free. At Westin Princeville. Info Randy Francisco 652-9900,

Saturday, November 12 Sierra Club Hike Honopu

Honopu. Koke’e State Park. A moderate 4-mile hike winds through native forest out to spectacular views of the Honopu valley and the NaPali coast. Info Ken Fasig 346-1229,

Saturday, November 12, 7 am, 4th Annual Old Koloa Sugar Mill Run

Kauai’s premier 5K, 10-K, Half Marathon Runs, and non-competitive 5K Walk. Start in Anne Knudsen Park in Koloa. Breakfast will be served as the first finishers arrive. Registration $30-$40. Info Tom Lodico 635-5404

Saturday, November 12, 8am-2 pm 3rd Annual Christmas Craft Fair & Rummage Sale

Ornaments and toppers, paintings, prints, jewelry, clothing, wood carvings, home-made goodies and more. At Koloa Missionary Church, 3370 Poipu Rd, Koloa. Free event. Info 742-6777

Saturday, November 12, 9am-2 pm Annual Holiday Craft Fair

Plan to do some holiday shopping at this year’s Craft Faire! We’ll have around 30 vendors, plate lunch/dinners available for $8, and St. Michael’s own table with baked goods and crafts for sale!Proceeds to benefit the many ministries of St. Michael’s. Info

Saturday, November 12, 10am-2 pm Celebrate Ni’ihau – The Forbidden Island at Kaua’i Museum

The Kaua’i Museum along with the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Hawaii Tourism Authority, and Na ‘Ohana o Ni’ihau celebrate “Ni’ihau-The Forbidden Island” with Mele (song), Hula (dance), and Mo’olelo (storytelling). Make your own Ni’ihau Shell Earrings, Ni’ihau Shell Appraisal available, Food and Shell leis will be for sale. Info 245-6931,

Saturday, November 12, 10am-4 pm Low Cost Vaccine Clinic

Low Cost Vaccine Clinic at Petco, offering vaccinations $25 each, microchips $25, comfortis (flea treatment) $20-30, heartworm testing $40, and prevention $10. Provided by Oahu SPCA. Info 754-1519,

Now till November 12, 10am-5 pm “A Source of Light, Constant and Never-Fading”

Exhibition: The Relationship between the People of Kalaupapa and Hawaii’s Royal Family.” At Kaua’i Museum. Info 245-6931,

Saturday, November 12, Noon-6 pm Niihau-Kauai Festival

Celebrating the ties of Niihau and Kauai. With cultural displays, hula, live music and entertainment. At Elepaio Road. Tickets: TBD. Info Nalani Brun 241-6394

Saturday, November 12, 2-5 & 6-9 pm 2nd Garden Island Film Festival – Marriott Lihue

2 pm Matinee: 2 films – Remember the Boys and Sandaan: 100 Years of Filipinos in America by Noel “Sonny” Izon, Director, presented by Stephanie J. Castillo, Co-Writer, in person from New York City.  Free. Evening 2 films: Remember the Boys and Night Bird Song: The Incandescent Life of Thomas Chapin by Stephanie J. Castillo, Director and in-person from New York City.  Free. At Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club. Info Randy Francisco 652-9900,

Saturday, November 12, 5 pm The Giving Tree

An evening of spectacular food drinks, live music and an auction under the stars, presented by the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii, Kaua’i Branch. At the Iliahi Estate. Info Tina Albao 245-2210,,

Saturday, November 12, 5 pm Bagel Workshop with Ya Quddus

Make authentic, boiled, organic bagels with Kauai’s own bagelry owner, Ya Quddus. He will be guiding us through the process start to finish. Each student will also take home a bag of freshly made bagels. Workshop includes hands on instruction and dinner cooked by the class. Please bring your own cutting board and knife. At Monkeypod Jam. $80. Info 378-4208,

Sunday, November 13 Kauai Raceway Park Day Race–King of the Track

Tech Inspection & Registration will begin at 8am. Timed Trials to begin at 10am. Competition to begin at 2pm. Gate entry $12, kids 12 yrs & under free, Military discount with ID. Schedule subject to change due to weather or track conditions-no refunds. Info 639-3965 (9am-6pm)

Now till November 13, 49th Annual Statewide Juried Exhibition

Hawai’i Craftsmen presents its 49th Annual Statewide Juried Exhibition at Gallery 103 Kukuiula Shopping Center. Free and open to the public. Info

Sunday, November 13, 10:30am-2:30 pm Intro to Charcuterie Class

This class will be an introduction to Charcuterie, presented by award-winning Hukilau chef, Ron Miller. Using local meat, we will cover the basic skills needed to make sausage, pate and cured bacon. The class will be limited to 12 people. This demonstration will give participants the knowledge to re-create these products at home. A light lunch will be served at the end of class. At Hukilau Lanai. $50. Info 822-0600

Sunday, November 13, 6-8:30 pm 2nd Garden Island Film Festival – Hanapepe

2 films: Remember the Boys and Night Bird Song: The Incandescent Life of Thomas Chapin By Stephanie J. Castillo, Director and in-person from New York City. Free. At Blu Umi & Japanese Grandma Cafe Garden, 3871 Hanapepe Road, Hanapepe. Info Randy Francisco 652-9900,

November 14-16, 3-6:30 pm Auditions for Pono Players

Hawaii Childrens Theatre. Auditions for Pono Players will be held at the Puhi Theatrical Warehouse. Callbacks will be held at the Puhi Theatrical Warehouse the week of November 21, 2016. Info

Monday, November 14 Sierra Club Clean Up Waimea Canyon Road

Waimea Canyon Road Cleanup. 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,

Monday, November 14, 6 pm, 4th Annual Healing Horses Gala

Join us for an evening filled with delicious pupus, a buffet dinner, dessert, cash bar, silent auction and much more… all while helping the Healing Horses, Kaua’i organization and the individuals we serve. At Hukilau Lanai. $50, 4-14 $25, under 4 free. Info and tickets 635-4720,

November 15-16, 7-9 pm Kauai Community Players Auditions for Going Home

The final play in David Penhallow Scott’s hugely successful series of 4 plays about life in World War 2 era Hawaii. In this play the war is over and Eudora, the widow of a plantation manager struggles to make a new life for herself. Rehearsals begin Jan 2, show Feb 17. At Puhi Theatrical Warehouse. Info Steve Whitney 651-3509,,

Wednesday, November 16, 5 pm Free Movie Showing at Princeville Library – Welcome Stranger

Come watch the classic movie, Welcome Stranger, featuring Bing Crosby, Joan Caulfield, and Barry Fitzgerald. At Princeville Public Library. Info 826-4310,

Wednesday, November 16, 5:30-7:30 Developing Your Business Concept Workshop

Developing Your Business Concept will help entrepreneurs flesh out their business concept and focus in on the business they intend to run. The workshop is designed for those starting up a business, those looking to expand into new product lines or services and those that want to take a basic business to the next level. At KCC OCET Bldg., Room 106. $20. Register at

Wednesday, November 16, 6:30-8:30 pm 2nd Garden Island Film Festival – Koloa

3 films: Aloha for Indo by Kepa Cruz and Elliot Lucas, Directors;  Senator Inouye: Told by his Son by Gloria Borland, Director; Fishing Pono: Living in Harmony with the Sea by Teresa Tico, Director.. Free. At The Shops at Kukuiu’ula. Info Randy Francisco 652-9900,

November 18-January 6, 11am-5 pm Small Works Show & Opening Reception

Small Works Big Show. “Cash and Carry” Holiday Sale. Featuring artwork 16″ x 16″ x 16″ or less. Opening Reception: 5-8 pm Fri, Nov 18. At Kauai Society of Artists (KSA) Gallery in Kukui Grove. New location E8 (former Picture’s Plus). Info,

November 19-20 Mixed Doubles Turkey Shoot

Poipu Kai Tennis fundraiser for Kauai Untied Way. Entry Fee is $25 per player. Drinks and light snacks provided for players. Payments can be made at the Poipu Kai Tennis Shop or mailed to: KC Tennis, PO Box 962, Kalaheo, HI  96741 or register online at, info

Saturday, November 19, 7-8:30 am Walk Around the Block With a Doc

Meet in the Wilcox Medical Center lobby to start a brisk walk around the Wilcox campus’ footprint path with Dr. Patricia Mayer, primary care physician at Kaua’i Medical Clinic.  Then join Dr. Mayer for a healthy breakfast where she will discuss diabetes. 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, November 19, 8am-4 pm Beyond Boots Hawaii Women Veterans Conference – OAHU Event

Join us to, meet sister veterans, learn about your benefits, financial wellness, and more. Practice Tai Chi, healing touch and more. Keynote speaker, Kayla Williams “Love My Rifle More Than You.” At 29th Brigade Combat Team Readiness Center, Bldg. 29, Kalaeloa, Oahu. Info Denise Koutrouba 433-0477,, Bridget Komine 586-8827,,

Saturday, November 19, 9am-3 pm Garden Isle Artisan Fair

Offering a great selection of quality hand-crafted products from over 35 of Kaua’i’s finest Artisans along with live music. At Mano Kalanipo Park in Po’ipu. Info 634-0243

Saturday, November 19, 10am-6 pm Kekaha Elementary School Craft, Gift, & Bake Fair

Join Kekaha Elementary School’s PTA and help support our Pueo at our Craft, Gift, & Bake Fair. Featuring food, holiday photo sessions, health information, massage, clothes, seasonings and sauces, jewelry, handbags, stocking stuffers, several different services, gift certificates, and more!  Come support our keiki! Info Tanet Schaefer 651-7502

Saturday, November 19, 6-7:30 pm KISS Concert – Legends, Divas & Superstars!

Kauai Island Singers Showcase (KISS) celebrates music legends, divas and superstars! Ten inspired vocalists present a fun evening of iconic songs from some of their favorite artists. Free Concert! At All Saints. Info

Saturday, November 19, 6:30-8:30 pm 2nd Garden Island Film Festival – Hanapepe Final Night

Final Night for GIFF 2016: 3 films – Aloha for Indo by Kepa Cruz and Elliot Lucas, Directors; Fishing Pono: Living in Harmony with the Sea by Teresa Tico, Director and Senator Inouye: Told by his Son by Gloria Borland, Director. Gloria Borland and Ken Inouye in Person from Honolulu. Free. At Blu Umi & Japanese Grandma Cafe Garden, 3871 Hanapepe Road, Hanapepe. Info Randy Francisco 652-9900,

Sunday, November 20 Sierra Club Hike Maha’ulepu and Makauwahi Cave

Maha’ulepu and Makauwahi Cave. Enjoy the majestic, rugged ancient sand-dune area of Maha’ulepu, home to many coastal plants. Visit the world class archaeological cave site. Moderate 4 miles round trip. Info Allan Rachap 212-3108,

Sunday, November 20, 7am, 12th Annual KVMH Golf Tournament

Registration at 7am, shotgun start at 8am. 4 person scramble. Prizes for: Hole in one, closest to pin on all par 3’s, place prizes, lucky drawings. Come dressed in a bright purple aloha shirt and receive a free mulligan. At Po’ipu Bay Golf Course with lunch and awards at the Grand hyatt Ballroom. $120 per golfer. Info 338-9452, 482-0808,,,

Sunday, November 20, Noon-6 pm, 24th Annual Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival-Kaua’i Style

Some of Kaua’i’s and Hawaii’s finest artists in the Slack Key Guitar Genre for a 6 hour long concert in the beautiful ballroom of the Aqua Kaua’i Beach Resort in Lihu’e. $10 admission. Info 226-2697

Sunday, November 20, 12:30 pm Vegan Thanksgiving Potluck Lunch

Join us for a vegan potluck luncheon and video of a new VSH lecture. Bring a dish and an ingredient list. $25 gift certificate for the best dish! At Kapaa Neighborhood Center. Info 378-4170,

Sunday, November 20, 5 pm Kyoko Ishigami: The International Collection

Join us for opening night of Kyoko Ishigami’s international collection at Fish Eye Kauai Princeville. On Sunday night Kyoko will take over the entire gallery with her original plein air oil paintings. Wine and pupus available. Info 631-9645,

Mondays, November 21-December 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. This is a four-week series but you don’t have to come to all of them. Come when you can! At YWCA Women’s Center, 4410 Hardy Street Lihue. Info

Wednesday, November 23, 6 pm Adventure Club – Live on Kauai

Lei’d in Hawaii. The Canadian dance music duo will be playing live at Poipu Athletic Club. 18+. Tickets $25/35 from Deja Vu Surf Hawaii – Kukui Grove, Rainbow Gas and Mini Mart in Kapaa, Pono Market, Progressive Expressions, Hanalei Surf, and

Thursday, November 24, 9:30 pm, 5th Annual Black Light Party

Every year the Annual Black Light Party gets bigger and bigger! Glow gear,LED gear, find out more on Instagram @mrpocho. 21 and over. At Mariachis Restaurant 4-1387 Kuhio Hwy Kapaa. Info 822-1612

Saturday, November 26, 9 am KMS PTSA Annual Christmas Craft & Gift Fair

KMS PTSA Annual Christmas Craft and Gift Fair and Family Fun Day at Kapaa Beach Park. Info 652-9017

Saturday, November 26, 9am-Noon, Sierra Club & Surfrider Beach Clean Up Kealia

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,

November 26-27 Heal Leaky Gut Workshop

Creating peace in your colon can bring Peace into your whole Life and your relationships! You can feel better than you’ve felt in a long, long time, especially when the Body Tune-Up is followed with a Divine Lomilomi massage. At Kilauea farms. $550. Info Wayne Kealohi Powell D.D. 431-4549,

Sunday, November 27, 10:30-11:30 am Awakening Shakti

Join us in an invocation of the creative force within you. A women-only spiritual gathering for the empowerment of all women young and younger. Women Support, Empowerment and Inspiration circle. Bring a healthy snack to share! At Omline Ashram, Kauai Health and Spiritual Training Center. Info Om Berov 633-8221

Friday, December 2, 10am-8 pm Kauai Museum Annual Christmas Craft Fair

It’s that time again! Kauai 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 4pm.but, the fun continues outside until 8pm. 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,

Friday, December 2, 6-9 pm Lights on Rice Parade 2016

Parade from Vidinha Stadium, up Rice Street to the Historic County Building, Lihue. Crafts Fair by the Kauai Museum, 9am-9 pm. Food Vendors. Free and Open to the Public. Info Eileen Winters 639-3571

Friday, December 2-24, 6-8 pm Festival of Lights 2016

Light creations by Auntie Josie and Kauai artisans. Every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening. Info Elizabeth Freeman 639-8564

Saturday, December 3, 8-10 am 5th Annual Kauai’s Breakfast with Santa

A scrumptious full breakfast buffet catered by Chef Mark Oyama. Visit with Santa, 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, 11am-1 pm “Picture Bride Stories”

With Barbara F. Kawakami, author. Meet the author reception and 1pm 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,

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, Lihue. Tickets $15 at the door. Info Sylvia Woods,

Sunday, December 4, 11am-5pm 7th Annual Kalo Festival

Festival with educational displays, a biggest kalo contest, poi pounding, kalo tastings, and foods inspired by kalo too. Home-grown live music all day, and hands-on activities, and local artisans, a recipe contest, silent auction, and more. At Halulu Fishpond at Waipa, Hanalei. $5 for adults and $1 for keiki (ages 3-18). Info 652-6236

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 Kauai Marriott Resort in Lihu‘e. Info 651-3099

December 4-10 Kauai Live Healing with Mas Sajady

Mas returns to the Hawaiian island of Kauai 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


Wednesdays, 5:30 pm LGBTQ Support Group

We are proud and excited to offer a free and safe space for our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer/questioning community to get together, talk story, and support one another. Please join us. At Hale Ho’omalu, 4-1112 Kuhio Hwy, Kapaa. Info Matthew 245-5959,

Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri Lessons in Hula, Maori, Tahitian, Tahitian Drumming

Kumu Hula: Leilani Low. Na Alaka‘i: Kamalani Bond Montanana, Ariel Bond. Locations: Courtyard Marriott Kaua‘i, Coconut Market Place, Koloa Neighborhood Center. For registration and information Leilani Low 651-0682,