Community Calendar - Kauai

Support for the Community Calendar comes from the Shidler Family Foundation, celebrating excellence in Hawai`i's cultural and educational institutions, including the University of Hawai`i at Manoa.

 

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Art Exhibits
Deadlines
Ongoing Weekly Events

 

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Wednesday, January 15

Lecture

  • Award-winning author Carl Safina will present "Eye of the Albatross," a free program at Princeville Public Library at 6 p.m. in the Program Area. this 90-minute program that is suitable for ages 18 and older. 826-4310.

 


 

Friday, January 17

Music

  • The Kauai Voices Concert, "A World in Harmony," features a40-voice vocal ensemble with multiple instrumentalists of varied cultures performing songs of peace from around the world. Showtime tonight and tomorrow is 7:30 pm in St. Michael & All Angels Church. Tickets available from KV singers, Jim Saylors, St. Michael’s Church, Kalaheo Cafe, Wine Shop Koloa and Waimea Plantation Cottages.

Theatre

  • Kauai Community Players present “Closer,” a drama about the sexual complexities in the relationships between two couples. Adult sexual content; not suitable for ages 16 and under. Showtime tonight and tomorrow is 7 pm and Sunday at 4 in the KAPA Theatrical Playhouse, Puhi. For tickets visit  www.kauaicommunityplayers.org. (808) 245-7700

Saturday, January 18

Music

  • The Kauai Voices Concert, "A World in Harmony," features a40-voice vocal ensemble with multiple instrumentalists of varied cultures performing songs of peace from around the world. Showtime tonight is 7:30 pm in St. Michael & All Angels Church. Tickets available from KV singers, Jim Saylors, St. Michael’s Church, Kalaheo Cafe, Wine Shop Koloa and Waimea Plantation Cottages.

Theatre

  • Kauai Community Players present “Closer,” a drama about the sexual complexities in the relationships between two couples. Adult sexual content; not suitable for ages 16 and under. Showtime tonight is 7 pm and Sunday at 4 in the KAPA Theatrical Playhouse, Puhi. For tickets visit  www.kauaicommunityplayers.org. (808) 245-7700

Films

  • The documentary “Invasion:  Little Fire Ants in Hawaii” tells about the small stinging ant that is wreaking havoc on Hawaii Island and elsewhere in the Pacific, harming agriculture, blinding animals and forcing residents to abandon land. A discussion follows. Free. Showtime in the Kauai Community College Performing Arts Center is 5 pm.

 

Sunday, January 19

Theatre

  • Kauai Community Players present “Closer,” a drama about the sexual complexities in the relationships between two couples. Adult sexual content; not suitable for ages 16 and under. Showtime is 4 in the KAPA Theatrical Playhouse, Puhi. For tickets visit  www.kauaicommunityplayers.org. (808) 245-7700

Tuesday, January 21

 

Lecture

  • National Tropical Botanical Garden presents a free lecture about the vital role of bees as pollinators in Hawai'i at 5:30 p.m. in the Kauai Community College Cafeteria. Entomologist Dr. Steve Montgomery, who has discovered over 30 species of plants and insects, will reveal the connections between native flora and maintaining healthy bee populations.(808) 332-7324 Ext 225

Friday, January 24

Theatre

  • Kauai Community Players present “Closer,” a drama about the sexual complexities in the relationships between two couples. Adult sexual content; not suitable for ages 16 and under. Showtime tonight and tomorrow is 7 pm and Sunday at 4 in the KAPA Theatrical Playhouse, Puhi. For tickets visit  www.kauaicommunityplayers.org. (808) 245-7700

Saturday, January 25

Theatre

  • Kauai Community Players present “Closer,” a drama about the sexual complexities in the relationships between two couples. Adult sexual content; not suitable for ages 16 and under. Showtime tonight is 7 pm and tomorrow at 4 in the KAPA Theatrical Playhouse, Puhi. For tickets visit  www.kauaicommunityplayers.org. (808) 245-7700

Sunday, January 26

Theatre

  • Kauai Community Players present “Closer,” a drama about the sexual complexities in the relationships between two couples. Adult sexual content; not suitable for ages 16 and under. Showtime is 4 in the KAPA Theatrical Playhouse, Puhi. For tickets visit  www.kauaicommunityplayers.org. (808) 245-7700

 


 

Friday, February 7

Music

  • The 8th Annual All Angels Jazz Festival celebrates the music of New Orleans at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 4364 Hardy Street at Umi in Lihu`e. Showtime tonight and tomorrow is 7 pm. For ticket information visitwww.stmichaels-kauai.org

 


 

Saturday, February 8

Music

  • The 8th Annual All Angels Jazz Festival celebrates the music of New Orleans at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 4364 Hardy Street at Umi in Lihu`e. Showtime tonight is 7 pm. For ticket information visitwww.stmichaels-kauai.org

Art Exhibits

  • TBD



Deadlines

  • FEBRUARY 28, 2014: Kupu's Hawaii Youth Conservation Corps is now accepting applications for its seven-week 2014 summer Gateway Program. Positions are open for team members, ages 17 to 20, and team leaders, ages 21 and up.  Participants will gain work experience, environmental knowledge, an educational award, and a chance to earn college credits. Leaders also receive a living allowance. To apply or to learn more, visit www.kupuhawaii.org. Hurry--the deadline to apply is February 28, 2014.

Ongoing Weekly Events

MONDAY

  • Visit the Outdoor Farmer's Market at the Kukui Grove Center, behind K-Mart, starting at 3 pm. 245-7784 
  • Duke’s Barefoot Bar in the Kauai Marriott features live entertainment from 4 to 6 pm. (4/5/12) www.dukeskauai.com

 

TUESDAY

  • TUESDAY / THURSDAY:  The Po`ipu Shopping Village presents a Tahitian dance show at 5 pm. Free. 742-2831.  
  • TUESDAY / THURSDAY / SATURDAY:  The Waimea Plantation Lifestyle Tour features volunteer guides leading tours through the Waimea Plantation cottages and the Waimea Sugar Company "camp" houses. Tours are limited to a dozen people and last 90-minutes. 337-1005. (3/22/12)

 WEDNESDAY

  • Duke’s Barefoot Bar in the Kauai Marriott features live entertainment from 4 to 6 pm. (4/5/12) www.dukeskauai.com 
  • Oasis Bar and Grill at Waipouli Beach Resort offers live acoustic music from 5 to 7 pm. 822-9332. (3/8/12)
  • Larry Rivera's Love & Aloha Show goes onstage from 7 to 9 pm at Cafe Portofino in Kalapaki. (12/26/12)
  • At Keiki Morning Adventures, learn through art, play and sharing. Geared for parents and caregivers with children from birth to 5 years. It’s from 9 to 11 am in Lihu`e. For information call 645-1488 or 645-1486 (3/22/12)

 

THURSDAY 

  • Duke’s Barefoot Bar in the Kauai Marriott features live entertainment from 4 to 6 pm and 8:30 to 10:30 pm. (4/5/12) www.dukeskauai.com
  • EVERY FIRST THURSDAY: Kauai Beach Resort presents Art and Wine Thursdays at Shutters Lounge with art reception at 5:30 pm and wine tasting at 6 pm. For more information call 245-1955.

 

FRIDAY 

  • Duke’s Barefoot Bar in the Kauai Marriott features live entertainment from 4 to 6 pm and 8:30 to 10:30 pm. (4/5/12) www.dukeskauai.com
  • Larry Rivera performs at 5 pm on the Coconut Marketplace Center Stage in Waipouli. (12/26/12)

  • Kalaheo Steak & Ribs Saloon hosts live country music with Billy Paul at 7 pm. For more information call the saloon at 332-4444 or Billy Paul at 634-8001. (12/26/12)
  • Gaylord's at Kilohana in Puhi hosts "Fridayphile" with live music by La Dolce Vita Social Club (Michael Ruff, Kirk Smart and Elijah) playing Latin, R&B and jazz from 8 to 10 pm. 245-9593 (3/22/12).
  • At Keiki Morning Adventures, learn through art, play and sharing. Geared for parents and caregivers with children from birth to 5 years. It’s from 9 to 11 am in Koloa. For information call 645-1488 or 645-1486 (3/22/12)
  • Kukui Grove Center presents "Friday Nights on the Mall," with entertainment at Center Stage from 7 to 8 pm. 245-7784. (12/22/12)

 

SATURDAY

  • Larry Rivera performs at 1 pm in the Kauai Museum in Lihu`e. (12/26/12)
  • Doug and Sandy McMaster's traditional Slack Key/Ukulele Talk Story takes place from 5 to 7 pm at Children of the Land Center (under the Kauai Shopping Village Clock Tower in Kapa`a). 826-1469
  • Duke’s Barefoot Bar in the Kauai Marriott features live entertainment from 4 to 6 pm and 8:30 to 10:30 pm. (4/5/12) www.dukeskauai.com
  • The Kauai Community Market features foods and gifts, plants and flowers, demonstrations and more from 10 am to 1 pm. It's in the KCC front parking lot across from Grove Farm. 337-9944 (3/22/12) 
  • EVERY FIRST SATURDAYOld Kapa`a Town Art Walk features live music, tasty bites, dancing, entertainment and an opportunity to meet the artists. It runs from 5:30 to 8:30 pm. angie@aelldesign.com (3/22/12)
  • EVERY SECOND, THIRD & FOURTH SATURDAY: Kaua`i Museum's Saturday Clubs offer workshops on unique island traditions from 11 am to 1 pm. 245-6931. (3/22/12)

 

SUNDAY

  • Sing, dance and feel the vibrational sounds of energetic Kirtan-guided yoga breathing at the Bhakti Yoga Shack in Anahola from 6 to 8 pm. Event includes vegetarian dinner and beverages. For more information visit www.kauaikirtan.com  or call 808-551-6610
  • Duke’s Barefoot Bar in the Kauai Marriott features live entertainment from 4 to 6 pm. www.dukeskauai.com 
  • EVERY THIRD SUNDAY OF THE MONTH: National Tropical Botanical Garden (NTBG) invites residents to its Southshore 'Ohana Day. The Southshore Visitors center is located at 4425 Lawa'i Road in Po'ipu (across from Spouting Horn). For more information, call (808) 742-2433. (4/4/12)