New Fire Show launches at Anaina Hou Community Park
There is a new cultural entertainment option serving both our kama`aina and visitor communities at Anaina Hou Community Park, the 15-acre nonprofit campus that is home of Mini Golf and Gardens in Kilauea. Every Wednesday, beginning March 7, 2018, Coppin Colburn and his `ohana will present a live Polynesian ahi lele “fire dance” show on the campus of Anaina Hou.
Guests are invited to arrive between 5:00 and 6:30 pm to enjoy a dinner special from Skinny B’s Island Smokehouse BBQ and a selection of wine and beer or a signature cocktail from the Anaina Hou Café, at an additional fee.
The performance begins at 7:00 pm on the new dining patio on their upper campus. They have you covered, rain or shine, an important asset on the lush North Shore of Kauai.
Tickets are just $69 each for adults, with discounts available for keiki and kama`aina community members. Purchase tickets by visiting them online at anainahou.org or by calling 808-828-2118.
“We are so excited to partner with Coppin Colburn and his `ohana to present this amazing new show on our campus,” shared Thomas Daubert, Executive Director of Anaina Hou. “This is just one of many new events presented this year at Anaina Hou, fulfilling the vision of our founder, Bill Porter, to provide a gathering place for our community to enjoy arts, entertainment, recreational and educational programs, and so much more.”
This event is presented by Anaina Hou Community Park, a growing non-profit organization located near the heart of Kilauea on the North Shore of Kauai. The organization was established in 2010 to provide a beautiful 30-acre gathering place to host art, education, and recreational programs and services. Attracting more than 50,000 guests a year, today Anaina Hou features free weekly and monthly music and food events, Mini Golf and Gardens, a Café and Food Court open 7am to 8pm daily, access to hiking the Wai Koa Loop Trail, a Gift Store featuring local goods and crafts, two weekly Farmers Markets, a Playground and Skate Park for our keiki, HI-5 redemption and more. More information can be found at www.anainahou.org or at www.facebook.com/anainahou.