Kilauea Night Market at Anaina Hou this Evening

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Kilauea Night Market at Anaina Hou this Evening

Anaina Hou Community Park, the 15-acre nonprofit gathering place on the North Shore, is holding the Kilauea Night Market at Anaina Hou. The community is invited to participate in this free monthly festival tonight from 4 to 8 p.m., to enjoy artwork from local artisans, live music and food on the Anaina Hou campus.

“Each month we are pleased to create an event that both locals and visitors will enjoy,” said Thomas Daubert, Executive Director of Anaina Hou Community Park. “This month, we will feature 1st Cut, a Kaua‘i-based band playing music of yesterday and today. 1st Cut includes two-time Na Hoku Hanohano Award Winner, Stuart Hollinger, along with Ricky Skerik and Jerome Camposeo. Their mobile stage truck also adds a unique new look to the music area at Night Market this month.”

The event will also feature two new food vendors: Harmonious Roots and Kaua‘i Family Cafe. Harmonious Roots serves up Kaua‘i-sourced vegan and vegetarian Persian food by Kimya Schryver. Kaua‘i Family Cafe offers local Filipino food by Aida Abella.

Kilauea Night Market at Anaina Hou is presented by Anaina Hou Community Park, a nonprofit organization near the heart of Kilauea on the North Shore of Kaua‘i. The organization and was established in 2010 to provide the Kaua‘i community with an exciting new gathering place.

Today, Anaina Hou features Kaua‘i Mini Golf and Botanical Gardens, a Café and Gift Store, access to hiking and mountain biking the Wai Koa Loop Trail, two weekly Farmers Markets featuring local food and crafts, a Playground and Skate Park for keiki, HI-5 redemption and more. More information can be found at

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Léo Azambuja, editor of For Kaua‘i, has won multiple journalism awards in the state of Hawai‘i, including investigative and enterprise reporting, spot news and feature writing, photojournalism and online reporting.

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