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Tip: An annual remembrance ceremony held on Memorial Day at Ala Moana Beach Park.
Daniel Finchum’s exhibit opening will be held on May 22, 2015, 6—9 PM, in the Kauai Society of Artists gallery space at Kukui Grove Mall. His reception promises music, pupus, and a couple of surprises. If you appreciate art and the natural beauty of Kauai, you won’t want to miss this special night. May 22, 2015 at the Kauai Society of Artists gallery space at the Kukui Grove Mall in Lihue Kauai. The opening reception will be from 6-9 pm…Find out more »
“Restaurant Week Wailea” is our celebration of Wailea’s finest cuisine taking place at 19 participating resort restaurants throughout Wailea starting Sunday, May 24th, through Saturday, May 30th, 2015. Wailea Resort is known for its award winning culinary talent, delectable restaurants and celebrity chefs; and will once again create some remarkable three course, pre-fixe menus for just $29*, $39* or $49* per person (*depending on the restaurant – beverages, tax and gratuity not included). Some restaurants enhance this promotion, by creating…Find out more »
Eat The Street is Hawaii’s premiere street food event. Now in its 5th year, Eat The Street will be held at the open-aired, Kaka’ako Waterfront Park off of Ala Moana Blvd. and Cooke St. You can enjoy Oahu’s beautiful sunset while you get a taste of all the delicious food from local vendors.Find out more »
Enjoy the last Saturday of the month in Kilauea town at Kilauea Art Night. Discover locally made pottery, wood work, original fine art, jewelry, organic skincare, handmade soaps, wish trees, apparel, chocolates and more. There is a wide variety of food vendors from around Kauai including: The Right Slice, Kickshaws, Porky’s Hot Dog Cart, Hanalei Pasta, Akamai Juice, Makai Jellies & Jam, locally made ice cream and more. Enjoy dinner listening to live music; 3 musical offerings each month on…Find out more »
GREENROOM FESTIVAL is a culture festival of art and music, with the backbone of beach-culture and surf-culture. Enjoy a line up of top music performers such as: Jake Shimabukuro, Tommy Guerrero, Ray Barbee, Def Tech, Donovan Frankenreiter, LOTUS, and Makua Rothman. Surf artists showcasing their works include: Nick Kuchar, Heather Brown, Christie Shinn, Kat Reeder, Susan Wickstrand, Kris Goto, Two Crows, The Captain Surfs, Randy Rarick, Zak Noyle and Plate Lunch. Expect to enjoy local food available at various food…Find out more »
The Maui Film Festival is an annual screening of some of the best new films. Films are shown in different venues across Maui, most notably under a star-filled sky at the Wailea Resort. Barry Rivers founded the Maui Film Festival in 2000 as a festival committed to the celebration and exploration of cinema at the intersection of smart and heart. The Festival’s mission has always been to share exceptional cinematic vision in the service of compassionate and transformative storytelling with…Find out more »
The 4th Annual Big Island Jazz & Blues Festival runs from June 4-7, with the highlight of the festival being the June 6 oceanfront show at the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. The line-up of Jazz legends, grammy winners, and multi-award winning artists include: Louis Hayes, Steve Turre, Howard Levy, Bobby Watson, Johnny Sansone, The Iguanas, Benny Uyetake, Gary Washburn & the Honokaa Select Jazz Band, and John Keawe. Food and drinks will be available for purchase. General Admission is $50.…Find out more »
Friday, June 5 Saturday, June 6 Turtle Bay Resort will host the fourth annual North Shore Ocean Fest, one of Oahu’s FREE premier community events. Ocean Fest brings together top ocean educators, activities, film, ocean crafts, food vendors, live music, hula and lots of great prizes. Enjoy a free, fun-filled afternoon of ocean education for all ages. Themed “Protect Our Ocean Wildlife,” the highly anticipated North Shore Ocean Fest, an annual fundraiser to benefit the North Shore Ocean Education Coalition…Find out more »
The quaint town of Hilo on Hawaii Island will be the first to kick-off the June 11 state holiday honoring Hawaii’s first king, King Kamehameha the Great. The lei draping ceremony will begin at 5:00pm at Hilo Bayfront. Expect to see cultural protocols along with beautiful hand-made lei being draped on the outstretched hand of King Kamehameha. Hilo is one of four towns in Hawaii that are home to a Kamehameha the Great statue. The other statues are located in…Find out more »