Koloa Plantation Days 2019

Poipu / Koloa Plantation Days Festival on Kauai's sunny south shoreKoloa Plantation Days

– is held on Kauai’s south shore every year in July. It is to celebrate the many ethnic groups that came to Hawaii to work on sugar plantations, and the Hawaiians who welcomed them. They are celebrated through music, dance, costumes, and food throughout this ten-day festival.  2019 marks the 34th year for Koloa Plantation Days, a celebration of Hawaii’s sugar industry and heritage. The Koloa plantation was founded in 1835, the first in the islands. The birth of the sugar industry shaped the lives of everyone in Hawaii forever. Although the mill and fields are idle in Koloa and virtually all of the state, many people in Hawaii are former workers or descendants of plantation workers who came from many lands. Koloa Plantation Days brings people to Koloa and Poipu on Kauai’s south shore to celebrate aspects of the plantation lifestyle that we are still connected to.

Koloa Plantation Days July 19th – 28th 2019

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HAMMERS ‘N ALES Saturday October 12 2019

Hammers ‘N Ales = Oktoberfest Island Style

Hammers 'N Ales 2019 Oktoberfest Island Style
Oktoberfest Island Style

 Come and participate in the Annual Hammers ‘N Ales event on Saturday October 12th 2019 at Poipu Beach Athletic Club Concert Lawn 2p.m. – 6p.m.

Live music – Craft Beer –  Food

Come have fun and support affordable housing on Kauai at the ultimate island Oktoberfest. Kauai Habitat’s Hammers N’Ales will feature great food, cold drinks, music, sunshine, and fun. All food and drink included in ticket price plus logo tasting glass.

Breweries participating in this event include: Kauai Island Brewery, Kohola, Lani Kai, Maui Brewing, Honolulu Beerworks, Sierra Nevada, Lagunitas, 10 Barrells, Four Peaks, and more.

Food By; The Cabana Bar & Grill, Keoki’s Paradise, Lava Lava Beach Club, Plantation Gardens, Merriman’s Fish House, The Right Slice, The Kitchen at Papaya’s & Ruth Chris.

Live Music by; Cruz Control & Homestead.Hammers ‘N Ales 2019

Tickets – $75.00 in advance through EventBrite

This is a 21 and over event. Must present ID at the Door.

Join Habitat for Humanity Kauai for a fun afternoon at Hammers ‘N Ales and to help support affordable housing on Kauai. For additional Information about the event and how you might lend a hand as a volunteer call Chris Young at 808-635-0411 for any information or email at chrisyoung@kauaihabitat.org.

This is another great event to attend while you are staying at our Poipu Vacation Rental

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HAMMERS ‘N ALES Saturday October 13th, 2018

Oktoberfest Island Style

Hammer-N-Ales Brew Fest 2018
Poipu Beach Oktoberfest 2018
Online Tickets: http://KauaiHabitat.org

Saturday October 13th 2018 at Poipu Beach Athletic Club Concert Lawn 2p.m. – 6p.m.

Live music – Craft Beer – Ono Food

Food By; The Cabana Bar & Grill, Keoki’s Paradise, Lava Lava Beach Club, Plantation Gardens, Merriman’s Fish House, The Right Slice, The Kitchen at Papaya’s & Ruth Chris.

Live Music by; Cruz Control & Homestead.

Tickets – $75.00 in advance / $85.00 at the door

This is a 21 and over event. Must present ID at the Door. Net proceeds to support the construction of affordable homes in the ‘Ele ‘ele Iluna subdivision.

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The King’s Parade & Celebration, Kauai

The King’s Parade & Celebration

Saturday, June 9th, 2018 at 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

2018 The King’s Parade & Celebration

Once a year with the King’s Parade, Hawaii celebrates one of the greatest kings in it’s history: King Kamehameha. He is remembered for uniting the islands in 1810.  He was a fierce warrior, and for ushering in an era of peace, prosperity, and unity to the Hawaiian Islands we know today. King Kamehameha Day is a celebration of everything he stood for and accomplished for the islands. This June will mark the 147th celebration of King Kamehameha, and each island celebrates the day a little bit differently.

In Kauai, we celebrate with the fabulous King Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade in Lihue starting at Vidinha Stadium and ending at the lawn of the Historic County Building on Rice Street. The parade celebrates the paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) traditions and is full of beautiful colors and dancers.

After the parade, there is a Hoʻolauleʻa (Hawaiian festival) on the lawn of the Historic County Building. There will be hula dancers, live Hawaiian entertainment, delicious food booths, craft vendors, and more!

Information:

The event is free, and is a great experience for the whole family. If you’re in Kauai on June 8th, we highly recommend you attend.

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Fabulous Floral Kings parade starts at 9:00am starting at the Vidinha Stadium. It heading up onto Rice Street ending at the Historic County Building. Pa’u Island Horse Units, Floats, Walking & Riding Units and much more. At the end of the Parade our Ho’olaule’a will begin with lots of Hawaiian entertainment.

Stop by and visit our Food booths, Crafts, Hawaiian Cultural Demonstrations while enjoying the hula and music.

Mark your calendars for the King’s Parade on King Kamehameha Day!

King’s Parade Details:

Date: Saturday, June 9th, 2018
Time: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Cost: Free

Category:

Art & Crafts
Community
Entertainment

For More Info:

Contact: Melissia Sugai
Phone: (808) 635-7205

Supported By:

County of Kauai Hawaii Tourism Authority

Event Location:

Historic County Building
4396 Rice St
Lihue, HI 96766

The Farmer’s Market at The Shops at Kukuiula Poipu, Kauai

The Farmer’s Market Kauai

The Kukuiula Farmers Market Poipu KauaiThe lush Garden Island of Kauai is home to some of the best farmer’s markets in the world.  On the Islands South Shore in Poipu you can find a delectable assortment of mouth watering tropical fruits and vegetables in a rainbow of colors.  Wednesday afternoons from 3:00 – 6:00 PM. You will find the Kauai Culinary Market hosted by the Shops at Kukuiula at the center of the shopping center. There you will be subjected to live Island music that fits the air. While you fill your basket with a variety of farm fresh fruits, vegetables, pies, jam and other local foods. You will also be able to get freshly made soups and bakery items.

You can also watch South Shore Chefs as they take the stage and make some of their local specialties while sitting at the Wine & Beer Garden.  Plan on spending a few hours at this market.  It’s an event the whole family can enjoy.

The Shops Website – https://Kukuiula.com

How to Get There – Driving Directions

On Tuesday afternoon you can also locate the Kauai Farmers Market in Kalaheo, a short distance (15 min) from the South Shore. Located at the Kalaheo Neighborhood Center (on Papalina Road just off Kaumualii Highway) at 3:00 PM.