Monday, September 14, 2015

Community News/Classified Ads: Week of Sept. 14th

 Robert Cazimero Tickets For Sale

The Kaua‘i Museum is sponsoring a fund raising concert by Robert Cazimero and Peter King (parent/board member/Pres. ISAA) has tickets ($100 ea.). The concert is next Thursday, September 24, from 6-8pm. Heavy pupu are included with a no host bar. Contact Peter at 808-635-1268 or hpking@att.net


For more information, click here: Events


Wrestling Clinic

Christmas Wreaths

Boy Scout Troop 148 is selling Christmas Wreaths again this year.  Help support them with a $25 wreath purchase.  The wreaths will be available for pickup on Saturday, Dec. 3rd at Island School.  To order, email Mike Goto at mike@ischool.org.  Checks can be made out to BSA Troop 148.

Kaua‘i Mokihana Festival 2015

September 20 – 26
20th – Hawaiian Church Services
21st – Kauai Composers Contest and Concert, Waimea Theater
22nd – Childrens/Youth Music Competition, KWMCH
22nd – Under the Palms at Wailua, Aston Kauai Resort, Free
23rd – Hawaiian Cultural Event, Kauai Museum, Free
24th – Hula Competition, Solo & Kahiko, Kauai Beach Resort
25th -- Hula Competition, Auana, Kauai Beach Resort
26th – Hula Competition, Solo Auana, Kauai Beach Resort

Robert Cazimero In Concert

September 24, 5:30 pm at the Kaua‘i Museum, Lihu‘e
$100 per person/reservation required/seating limited
Info:  (808) 245-6931


The 17th Annual Kauai Powwow Cultural Festival
September 25, 26, 27
25th – 4:00 – 9:00 pm
26th – 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
27th – 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Kapa‘a Beach Park
Free Admission
www.kauaipowwow@gmail.com‘Ohana Day at the Grove Farm museum Train & Grove Farm Museum
Saturday, September 26, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Free Admission!

Train Ride: On Haleko Road across from the old Lihu‘e mill in Lihu‘e
This fun train ride offers the opportunity to experience a portion of the historic route small sugar trains hauled freshly harvested sugar cane from the island’s rolling hills to the steaming sugar mill.
4050 Nawiliwili Road, Lihu‘e

Museum Tour: Stroll through one of Hawaii’s earliest surviving set of domestic, agricultural, and sugar plantation buildings where you will find original furnishings,  surrounded by beautiful grounds.
Jamba Juice will be there, too!

Contact:  Bob Shleck, Grove Farm Homesteads


Matsuri Kaua‘i Japanese Cultural Festival
September 26, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Karaoke singers, dancers, martial arts, drumming, kimono kitsuke,
Bento, origami, musubi madness contest, mocha pounding,
Mini bon dance, tea ceremony, bonsai, jorei, flower circle
Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall
Contact:  Pearl Shimizu, (808) 822-5353


Digital Photo Challenge and Community Dialogue 

For youth in grades 6-12. Photo entrees must answer one of the following questions:
“What would you like to see MORE of on Kaua`i?”
“What would you like to see LESS of on Kaua`i?”

For details, check our blog: http://voyagervoice.ischool.org/2015/08/community-newsclassified-ads-week-of_31.html and visit www.kauaiphotochallenge.org


 Miss Aloha Kaua‘i Contest