For Kauai Calendar Events for September 2016


September 7, 14, 21 & 28, 1-3:30 pm Better Choices, Better Health Workshops
This program helps persons living with a chronic health condition. A small group meet weekly for 6 weeks with trained facilitators and cover topics including pain and fatigue, better communications, fitness, exercise, handling difficult emotions and more. At Kaumakani Neighborhood Center. Registration is required, call the office of elderly affairs at 241-4470

Friday, September 9, 6 pm Hiroshima – Hawaii Tour 2016
At Kaua`i Community College Performing Arts Center. Doors open at 6 pm, show at 7 pm. Tickets $45 general; $65 Gold Circle. Info,

Friday, September 9, 7 pm Morgan Heritage
Grammy award winning reggae, with Jemere Morgan. At Poi`pu Athletic Club. $35, +$5 on day. Info

Saturday, September 10 Sierra Club Hike Honopu
Koke`e State Park. This un-marked, unmaintained trail travels through native forest to fabulous views of the Honopu valley and spectacular views from high above the NaPali coast. Moderate 4 miles round trip. Info Jane Schmitt 826-6105,

Saturday, September 10 Art Kaua`i Entry Day
Art must be created by an artist living on Kaua`i. No artist representatives allowed. Art must have been created in the past 3 years, art must not have been shown in a previous KSA Show. There are size and weight Limitations for each entry. Fees: $10 per entry; up to 3 entries for KSA Members. Artists can join KSA on entry day $25 individual fee for calendar year 2016. Opening reception Sept 16, show Sept 17-Oct 28. At KSA Gallery Kukui Grove. Info,

Saturday, September 10, 8am-Noon Photoshop Elements v14, Lecture
This class is a lecture only. Learn how to maximize your photos with Adobe Photoshop Elements 14.0. This class focuses on the image editing capabilities of the program. You will come away with basic knowledge on how to edit photos in the intuitive Quick Fix and Guided modes, along with a start in the Expert Edit mode. $60. At KCC-OCET. Info Peggy Lake 245-8318,

Saturday, September 10 & 24, 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, Princeville. Info 635-4314,

Saturday, September 10, 10am-4 pm Quarterly Used Book Sale
Over 12,000 books, DVDs & CDs! All children may select one free book. After 2 pm, everything is half price. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the North Shore Library at Princeville and by the Princeville Public Library. Donations of books in good condition are always appreciated and may be brought to the Library desk whenever the Library is open. Info 826-4310,

Saturday, September 10, 5-8 pm Canoe Plant Bingo and BBQ
Join us at Hanai, in the old Kojima store in Kapa`a for a fun night of Bingo and BBQ to fundraise for Kawaikini’s Farm-to-School Lunch Program. Chef Adam Watten’s got some ono grinds planned! Info 828-0685 x18,

Sunday, September 11 Sierra Club Hike Maha`ulepu and Makauwahi Cave
Enjoy the majestic coastline.Visit the world class archaeological cave site. Moderate 3 miles round trip. Info Allan Rachap 212-3108,

Sunday, September 11, 9:30am-3 pm Hanau ‘la ‘O Namahoe
Join us as we celebrate the birth of Kaua`i’s own voyaging canoe Namahoe with entertainment and activities. Ceremony at 11 am (pending ocean conditions). At Kalapaki Beach and Marriott Walkway. Info 246-8727,,

Sunday, September 11, 5:30 pm “Birth of a Family” Video Documentary
Storybook Theatre has created a 50 minute documentary video about the early learning and development of children from their conception through the “4th trimester” of their new life. $20. At Hilton Garden Inn Ball Room 3-5920 Kuhio Hwy, Kapa`a. Info and tickets

Monday & Wednesday, September 12-21, 8:30am-Noon MS Word v. 2013, Level 1
This Foundation level is intended to help all novice computers get up to speed quickly. This course will also help more experienced users who have little to no experience with Word 2013 and the ribbon interface. This course will cover different features of the interface, give a brief overview of all the tabs in the ribbon, show users how to print, and cover the basics of text formatting. By the end of this course, users should be comfortable with creating a new document, making it look professional and presentable, and saving and printing their document. $269. At KCC-OCET. Info Peggy Lake 245-8318,

Monday & Wednesday, September 12-October 10, 5-8 pm Introduction to GIS/GPS, Part 2
This course teaches the basic concepts and skills of GIS/GPS to use GPS in the field and to visualize and analyze GIS data. Lesson Topics for Part 2: Datums and projections, Using a GPS to naviage and collect field info, Continued instruction on Transferring GPS data to ArcGIS, Georeferencing/Remote Sensing, Student Learning Outcomes for Part 2: Understand the difference between a Datum and Projection, Know what common datums and projectio