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Thursday, November 29, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Special NTBG Member Preview, 4:00 – 5:00 pm
A Festive Evening of Art for the Holidays
Join us for a show & sale of artworks from the estate of
treasured Kauai Artists – Reuben Tam (1916-1991)
and Geraldine King Tam (1920-2015)
NTBG members receive 10 percent off their purchases
Live music by Paul Togioka; Light Refreshments
NTBG Botanical Research Center, 3530 Papalina Road, Kalaheo
Your holiday art purchase will benefit NTBG

November 30; 7:00 PM
Kauai Community College Instrumental Music Ensembles’ Winter Concert Preview
All three of our ensembles will join forces to perform selections from our Winter Concerts that will be held at the Kauai Community College Performing Arts Center on the 9th and 14th of December.
Location:  Kukui Grove Shopping Center
Info:  Sarah Tochiki, 808-387-6772;

Kauai Society of Artists Art Gallery at Kukui Grove Center:
November 17 to January 4 – Small Works Show
Info:  (808) 332-7324 ext 275
Free of Charge
For Details:


Saturday & Sunday, December 1 – 2; 6:00 – 8:00 pm
22nd Annual Festival of Lights
Kauai Historic County Building
Friday, December 7, 6:00 – 6:30 pm
Caroling with the Kauai Chorale
6:30 pm – Lighting Countdown led by Santa
Inside the Historic County Building – display of handmade up-cycled Kauai-style decorations for all the enjoy: “Santa’s Gone Kauaian at the Festival of Lights”; “Fire & Rain Tree”; “Hokulea Aloha Tree”; “Kauai Mermaid Kingdom”; “If Can, Can Tree”; “The Spam Can Tree”; “Santa Train”; “Rudolf the Red-Nose Rooster Pulling Santa’s Sleigh”; Auntie Josie Chansky’s Christmas Folk Art Creations.”
Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday; 6:00 – 8:00 pm; Photos with Santa & Mrs. Claus through December 24; open on Saturday, December 29, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Info:  Elizabeth Freeman, Festival of Lights Director; (808) 639-8564;
Sponsored by the County of Kauai, the Hawaii Tourism Authority; HouseMart Ace and Crafts; KQNG; Friends of the Festival of Lights.

Saturday, December 1, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friends of the North Shore Library at Princeville
Quarterly Used Book Sale
Princeville Public Library, 4343 Emmalani Drive, Princeville, HI 96722
9:00 am – sale starts for Friend of the NSL members. Join at the sale.
Over 10,000 books, DVDs & CDs!  All children may select one free book. After 2:00 pm, EVERYTHING IS HALF PRICE! For more information, contact the Library at 826-4310 or visit the Friends on Facebook or on the web at event is sponsored by the Friends of the North Shore Library at Princeville and by the Princeville Public Library.  Donations of books in good condition are always appreciated and may be brought to the Library desk whenever the Library is open.
Calling all Schools and non-profit facilities – Books Available FREE!  Right after each quarterly sale, we remove over a thousand books, DVDs and CDs from our shelves to make room for new arrivals.  These items are available free to Kauai’s public and public charter schools (or school volunteers), public libraries and non-profit organizations such as care facilities, thrift stores, correctional facilities, food banks, etc.

Saturday, December 1, 7:00 PM?

Kauai Island Singers Showcase (KISS) presents
A Christmas Concert
Celebrate the season at our acoustic concert in the church sanctuary. Featuring many beloved holiday songs sung by eight talented vocalists — Barbara Pendragon, Lee Miller, Melissa Mojo, Siri Shabad, Melanie Turner, Alison Miller, Steve Backinoff and Trishana Star. Our talented musicians include:  Hank Curtis on piano, Nick Lasky on upright bass and Kiah Abendroth on trumpet.?

All Saints Church, 1065 Kuhio Highway, Kapaa

?Info:  (808) 822-0545;


Saturday December 1, 10:30 am -1:30 pm
Wreath Making Workshop – Two Different Styles
By Marine Debris Artist Monika Mira
Koloa Neighborhood Center
Bring scissors, steak knife, eye protection, gloves, needle nose pliers, a wire hanger
No workshop fee
Surfrider Foundation gratefully accepts donations
RSVP Monika:    

Saturday, December 1, 7:00 pm
Church of the Pacific, Princeville
Sunday, December 2, 4:00 pm
St. Michael and All Angels Church in Lihue
4th Annual Christmas Sing-Along with Harps Concerts?

Come sing your favorite Christmas carols accompanied by two amazing harpists: Sylvia Woods and Madeleine Brandli.
Sylvia Woods is a world-renowned Celtic harpist who lives in Princeville.  ?

Madeleine Brandli plays the large concert pedal harp and lives part-time in Honolulu. The singing will be led by Princeville musician Bob Smith.
In addition to caroling, these festive concerts will also feature Christmas harp solos and fun surprises! This year’s 4th annual concerts will feature carols about animals. Join us for our fun and joyful concerts of Advent carols and Christmas music.
Come sing along with harps!
Tickets $15 at the door.

Saturday, December 1, 8:00 pm
Cocoa Tea with his Band
the Legendary Jamaican Reggae Superstar
“Skankin’ on da’ Rock” Reggae Dance Party
Rob’s Good Time Grill, Rice Shopping Center
Online Info, Tickets & Gold Circle – (808) 896-4845

Keiki Holiday Art Classes! At Creative Ohana
Sunday, December 2 – Candles
Sunday, December 9 – Recycle Art
Sunday, December 16 – Bags/Cards Mixed Art
Sunday, December 23 – Macrame
Located at 2-2475 Kaumualii Hwy, Kalaheo 96741
(across Kalaheo Fire Station)
$10 per keiki for each 1 hour class
E-mail Signup:; (808) 635-5327

Wednesday, December 5, 3:00 – 6:00 pm
Mahi’ai Technical Assistance Program
Free Workshop Series for Minority Farmers & Ranchers
Korean Natural Farming Meat Bird Production w/ Juliua Ludivico of Ludovico Farms
(808) 828-0685 x15;

Friday, December 7; Saturday, December 8; 7:00 pm
Sunday, December 9; 4:00 pm
Island School Theatre Company presents:
“A Christmas Carol” adapted from Charles Dicken’s
beloved tale of transformation and hope
Directed by Peggy Ellenburg with cast of students
in grades 12th through 1st
Island School Main Hall
Tickets For Any Performance On Sale In Advance: $6 single/$20 Family Pass at
(Scroll down to ‘Other’ and specify SCROOGE)
or from the Main Office?Tickets at the Door: $8 single/$30 Family Pass?Contact: 246-0233, ext. 262

Friday, December 7 (Honolulu Event)
Holiday Holoholo
FIRST FRIDAY, Chinatown Honolulu
Last First Friday of 2018

Saturday, December 8, 4:00 pm
“Dances In December”
Kauai Dance Theatre’s Winter Student Showcase
A 30-minute performance of novelty dance, classical & contemporary ballet
$5 donations at the door benefit the Zonta Club Christmas Fund
Info:  Janie Crane, (808) 332-9737,

Saturday, December 8, 7:00 pm
The 12th Annual Kaua’i Sings! Christmas
“Comfort & Joy”
A fundraiser to benefit Malama Pono Health Services
Kilohana Luau Pavilion
Reserved Table of Ten Available
Preferred $300; Standard $250
Tickets $25 Advance; $30 Door
Call Malama Pono (808) 246-9577
Cash bar & food for purchase
Info:  Malama Pono

Sunday, December 9, 4:00 pm
Kauai Community College Symphony Orchestra Winter Concert
Featuring music by Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Grundman, Hylkil, and Cacavas.  This concert includes classical music, folk songs, and holiday music. There will be music for all tastes!
Location: KCC Performing Arts Center
Info:  Sarah Tochiki, 808-387-6772;

Monday, December 10; 6:30 pm
Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Beginning Band Preview Concert
Featuring 120+ Beginning Band students in their first concert. 
Special guests, the Kauai Community College Jazz Ensemble
Location: Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Kilohana Playcourt
Info:  Sarah Tochiki, 808-387-6772;

Tuesday, December 11, 6:30 pm
Island School Alaka’i Chorus, Island School ‘Opio Chorus, Island School Keiki Chorus
Directed by Philip A. Steinbacher
Accompanied by Rose Alfiler-Taboniar
Kauai Marriott Resort, Kauai Ballroom
Tickets:  Adults $12; Youth (ages 3 – 17) $5  

Wednesday, December 12, 5:30 pm
Annual Christmas Tea & Concert
Featuring the Kilauea Social Club
Princeville Public Library, 4343 Emmalani Drive, PV 96722
Contact:  (808) 826-4310

Thursday, December 13, 10:30 am
Storytime: “The Turtle Ship” with Helena Ku Rhee
Princeville Public Library, 4343 Emmalani Drive, PV 96722
Contact:  (808) 826-4310

Friday, December 14, 7:00 pm
Kauai Community College Jazz Ensemble & Wind Symphony Winter Concert
Featuring everything from Jazz to Classical music!
Highlights from the program include music from every “Harry Potter” movie, jazz standards, and holiday music.
Location: KCC Performing Arts Center
Info:  Sarah Tochiki, 808-387-6772;

Saturday, December 15, 7:30 pm
Kauai Concert Association invites you to
4th Night of Chamber Music
St Michael & All Angels Episcopal Church, Lihue

December 15, 2018, 11:00 am – 12:00 noon (OAHU EVENT)
Ke Kula Mele Winter Concert
Enjoy the music of Ke Kula Mele – School of Hawaiian music under the direction of Kumu Alan Akaka. Students will perform songs about Rain, Mist and Rainbows, as well as some Christmas songs, on steel guitar, ‘ukulele, guitar and Hawaiian style bass for this Winter Concert
Windward Mall, 46-056 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe, 96744
Free and Open to the Public
Info:  (808) 235-1143

Sunday, December 16, 2:00 – 4:30 pm (Matinee)
“Island Breeze” CD Release Concert
Featuring Kenny Endo, Riley Lee, Jeff Peterson
An all-star trio blending Hawaiian and Japanese instruments
in a creatively inspiring and exciting style – Kenny Endo on taiko, Riley Lee on shakuhachi, Jeff Peterson on Hawaiian slack key guitar
performing live from the Nahoku Hano Hano Best Instrumental Album of the Year and Best Instrumental Song of the Year, 2015.
Historic Waimea Theater, Waimea Town
Ticket Info:  $30 on Brown Paper Tickets
Info:  Garden Island Arts Council, (808) 245-2733

Tuesday, December 18, 6:30 pm
Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Band Winter Concert
Featuring students for the 2nd and 3rd Year Bands and the CKMS Jazz Band.  Come and join us for a night of great music!
Location:  Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Kilohana Playcourt
Info:  Sarah Tochiki, 808-387-6772;

Thursday, December 20, 7:00 pm
The Shepherds’ Play
Family-friendly, reverent, comedic, musical theater experience
Church of the Pacific in Princeville
Free & Open to the public
Donations welcome

Saturday, December 22, 5:00 pm
The 4th Annual Kilauea Christmas Concert
Featuring Multiple Na Hoku Hanohano award winners  — Waipuna (Kale Hannahs, David Kamakahi & Matt Sproat), Mark Yamanaka, Kupaoa (Kellen & Lihau Hannahs Paik)
plus The Kilauea Social Club and The Kilauea Christmas Choir
Location:  Kilauea Park
FREE & open to the public;
Donations to benefit the North Shore Food Pantry welcome
Sponsors:  Hulu Kupuna Productions, Kauai North Shore Lions Club, Kilauea Neighborhood Association

2019 Art & Culture Events

Kauai Community Players 2019 Season:
January 4 – 20:  Arsenic & Old Lace directed by Dennis McGraw
February 14 – March 3:  The Shadow Box directed by Jo Grande
March 28 – April 14:  The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged,
directed by Ross Martineau
May 9 – 26:  Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street,
directed by Rebecca Hansen

Thursday, January 3, 7:00 pm; Doors open at 6:00 pm
An Evening with Judy Collins – Hawaii Tour 2019
Kauai Community College Performing Arts Center
Tickets: $50 General; $75 Gold Circle
Info:  (808) 896-4845    

January 4 – 20
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 7:00 pm
Sunday, 4:00 pm
Arsenic & Old Lace
Farcical black comedy revolving around the Brewster family, descended from the Mayflower settlers, but now composed of insane homicidal maniacs
Directed by Dennis McGraw; written by Joseph Kesselring

Saturday, January 26, 2019, Waimea Neighborhood Center
February 23, 2019, Lydgate Park & Wilcox Elementary School Library
March 30, 2019, Site to be determined
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Integrating the Arts into Teaching Professional Development for Classroom Teachers Taught by Mauli Ola Cook 
 Mo’olelo and Literacy: An Interactive, Place-based Approach to English Language Arts; PDE3 course # IS183530, section #291509
Participants will learn how to use drama strategies to enhance their storytelling in the classroom and how to use creative dance to engage students in comprehending text, identifying key ideas and details, and retelling stories. The literature for the course will be place based, featuring stories of Kaua’i and other islands in Hawai’i. The interactive, place-based, storytelling process is learned one aspect at a time providing opportunity for implementation between sessions. Teachers will acquire a deeper understanding and comfort level with drama and dance strategies to enrich their language arts program and to impact student literacy goals.
Cost:  $120
Info:  Tamara Smith; HTY/839-9885, ext 704
Registration:  PDE3 website

Tuesday February 19, 2019; 7:00 pm
Kauai Concert Association invites you to
La Voix from Britain’s Got Talent & the Ab Fab Movie
Winner of many prestigious awards over the Years
La Voix is the UK’s Most Dazzling Performer
Kauai Community College Performing Arts Center

March 1-2, 2019; Noon to 6:00 PM
Courtyard Kauai at Coconut Beach 650 Aleka Loop, Kapaa, HI 96746
Info:  (808) 822-3455
The 4th Annual Kaua’i Steel Guitar Festival will be held on Friday and Saturday, March 1-2, 2019, at the Courtyard Kaua’i at Coconut Beach. This festival will be presented in the days preceding the annual Aloha Music Camp as an extension of the Hawaiian Steel Guitar experience that is offered at the camp. In addition to steel guitar performances by Hawaii steel guitar masters, the festival includes workshops, jam sessions where festival guests play along with the steel guitar masters, and Open Stage sessions where amateur and professional Hawaiian Steel Guitarists will present their own programs to festival guests.
Educational presentations will be made to local area schools on Thursday and Friday mornings. Open stage sessions will be held on Friday beginning at noon, steel guitar workshops will be held Friday evening, and Saturday’s Ho’olaule’a will be held from noon to 6 P.M. Saturday’s program will also include a vintage steel guitar exhibit, and steel guitar hands-on opportunities will be offered to festival guests.
A pre-festival KIKA PILA jam session will be held at Keoki’s Paradise in Poipu Beach Thursday evening between 6PM and 9PM. Festival featured musicians and Next Generation steel guitarists and members of the Ke Kula Mele ensemble will be joined by guest performers for a fun evening. Click here for an area map.
Unplugged public kanikapila jam sessions will be held in the hotel’s Makai Lounge beginning at 8:30 P.M. Friday and Saturday where festival guests can join the festival’s steel guitar masters and possible guest artists playing and singing Hawaiian favorites.
The festival is presented free to the public by Hawaii Institute for Music Enrichment and Learning Experiences (HIMELE) in association with the Ke Kula Mele Hawai’i School of Hawaiian Music, with grants and support from the Hawaii Tourism Authority’s Community Enrichment Program (CEP) and from the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts through appropriations from the Legislature of the State of Hawaii and by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Please note that the festival website should be checked for updated festival information.
Alan Akaka,

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Hawaii State Foundation on Culture & The Arts
asking interested artists to submit qualifications
for various commissioned works in upcoming
HSFCA public art projects.  Register with
website developed by Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF) to
facilitate calls for artists & artworks.  Registration is free, secure and
offers access to visual arts opportunities nationwide.
Go to for information,
answers to FAQs, tech tips, image prep and Questions forum.

November 23 – December 13
Wendy Hollender, botanical artist, instructor & author, will lead intensive botanical illustration workshops along with fellow instructors Veronica Fannin and John Patoriza Pinol.
One, two or three sessions workshop using graphite, colored and watercolor pencils, watercolors
Open to artists of all levels

Plein air pastel lessons w/ Helen Turner
One-on-one or two max in the field; beginners or advanced
All materials provided
Plein air oil painting lessons w/ Helen Turner
One-on-one in the field; beginners or advanced
All materials provided
Info:  (808) 346-9357;


HAL side: “Hanapepe – Kauai’s Biggest Little Town”
United side: “The Humble Plantation House – a sense of place”
Brought to you by Garden Island Arts Council
Funded by a grant from the County of Kauai & the Hawaii Tourism Authority
(open to all passengers in transit)


Weekly Sunshine Markets: Fresh ingredients, holiday foods & gifts, taro products,
tropical plants and flowers, coffee, holiday pies & baked goods,
goat cheese, health & beauty items from goat’s milk and more.
Sundays, 10:00 am – 3:00 pm, Kalalea Anahola Farmers’ Hui, Hokualele Road
Mondays, 12:00, Koloa Sunshine Market, Annie Knudsen Ball Park
Mondays, 3:00 – 4:30 pm, Kukui Grove Sunshine Market, next to K-Mart
Mondays & Fridays, 3 – 7 pm, Kealia Farm Market & tours, Lanai
Tuesdays, 3 – 4 pm, Kalaheo Neighborhood Center
Wednesdays, 3 – 4:30 pm, Kapaa New Town Park
Wednesdays, 3:30 – 6:00 pm, Kukuiula Culinary Market, The Shops at Kukuiula
Thursdays, 3:00 – 4:00 pm, Hanapepe Sunshine Market, Park
Thursdays, 4:30 – 5:30 pm, Kilauea Sunshine Market, Neighborhood Center
Fridays, 3:00 – 5:00 pm, Lihue Sunshine Market, Vidinha Stadium
Saturday, 9:00 am – 1:00, KCC Sunshine Market, Kauai Community College
Saturday, 9:00 am – 12:00, Kilauea Sunshine Market, Anaina Hou Comm Ctr
Saturdays, 9:30 – 11:30 am, Hanalei Sunshine Market, Waioli Park

The Mokan Nokan Show
Broadcasting 5 times a week on OC16 Channel 12
Kauai Profile and Interesting Things Happening on Kauai
View Episode #19 —
In this episode we have singer songwriter Sabryn Rudinoff,
Early morning yoga at Kalihiwai Ridge-stone dam with Yoga instructor Joyce Wright Funk, with Tom Lieber & Ron Finley.
And our special guest Jo’lette Miner-Ho, Hawaiian word of the day and News desk and much more.
Info:  Mel Bell-Grey, (808) 431-4711

Last Saturday of each month; 4:00 – 8:00 pm
Kilauea Night Market
Anaina Hou Community Park, Home of Kauai Mini golf
40 artisans, live music, food trucks
Info: (808) 635-2572

First Monday each month, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Kekaha Community Garden
Help with our garden work on the first Monday of each month
Learn about the importance of nutritious food-school groups welcome
Free compost bins for residents (call for availability)
8610 Kiowea Road between Aukuu and Elepaio Rds.
 (in back of St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Kekaha)
Info:    Phoebe Eng, (808) 635-6145

Saturdays monthly, 8:30 am
Forest Workday
Koke’e CCC Camp
Register:  Koke’e Natural History Musuem
(808) 335-9975.;

First Saturday night of each month, 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Old Kapaa Town Art Walk
Live music, meet the artists, tasty bites,
dancing, entertainment, support local businesses
Info:  Angelique Ell,

Second Saturday of each month, 8:30 pm until lunch
Friends of the Path Clean Up
Ke Ala Hele Makalae, the path that goes by the coast
Potluck lunch at 11:00 am
Meet at the rest pavilion makai of the Kapaa Neighborhood Center
Info:  Brett, (808) 639-4561

Every Sunday, 6:00 – 8:30 pm
Sing, dance and feel the vibrational sounds of energetic meditation chanting
kirtan guided yoga breathing, and spiritual insights from sacred yoga texts
Vegetarian dinner
Anahola location – call for directions
Free and open to the public, (808) 551-6610

Every Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. — 11:30 a.m.
Kauai Baby Swimming Safety Skills
Lava Lava Beach Club
Info: Anastasia,

First Saturday of the Month, 1:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Heaven on Earth Health Fair, Dolphin Touch Wellness Center
Are you in need of some clarity or relief in your life? Come discover some of the wonderful Holistic Health Practitioners of Kauai. There is a wide array of professionals here to serve all of your health needs.
Info: or (808) 822-4414

The Kauai Inn
The Kauai Inn has lovely rooms tucked away on three tropical acres
where the Nawiliwili Bay meets the Huleia River.  Kauai Inn is a
charming 48 unit plantation style resort, where every guest is special!  
We are centrally located and very close to beaches,
golfing, shopping, and many more fun activities.
Questions? call toll free (800) 808-2330)
Local (808) 245-9000 ext 6 or e-mail us.  Fax: (808) 245-3004
Visit our website for pictures at;
Supporter of the Garden Island Arts Council


Wednesdays, 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Hula ‘Auana Class
Instructor:  Sherri “Puni” Patrick
New session begins every quarter
At the Kauai Musuem
No charge
Info:  Kauai Museum, (808) 245-6931

Thursdays, 7:00 – 8:30 pm
Hula for Kupuna – by invitation only
Instructor:  Sherri “Puni” Patrick
Waimea Neighborhood Center Courtroom
New sessions begins every quarter
No charge
Info: Sherri “Puni” Patrick (808) 651-5744

Sundays 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
88 Shrines at Lawai International Center
Tour times:  10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm
Brief video & talk story session by Lynn Muramoto
Donations are appreciated
Info:  (808) 639-4300,

Halau Hula O Leilani Registration for Hula and Tahitian Classes
Call (or text) kumu Leilani Rivera Low at 808-651-0682 to register now through December for hula classes and Tahitian classes in Kapaa and Koloa.
Mondays – hula classes at Ka Ui o ka Aina center in Coconut Marketplace, Kapaa. Kaikamahine ages 5-12 at 5:00 pm. Teens & wahine 6:30– 8:00 pm
Tuesdays  – Koloa Neighborhood Center, hula classes for girls ages 4-12 from 3:45 pm
Wednesdays – Tahitian classes for kaikamahine by Ariel Leilani Bond
   at 6:00-6:45 pm at Courtyard by Marriott Hotel.
Thursdays – Tahitian Class for teens, Koloa Neighborhood Ctr, 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Saturdays – Tahitian classes for teens & wahine by Ariel Leilani Bond,
   11:00 am- 12:00 pm at Hawaiian Cultural Center in Coconut Marketplace.
Info: Leilani Low or text (808) 651-0682 or email

Ongoing Thursdays, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
Aloha International’s
“Halau Hula Na Lei Kupua” hula class
Dance, Chant, Language & Legends
Under the direction of Ho’opa’a Fern Merle-Jones & Kumu Susan Pa’iniu Floyd
Under the guidance of Hula Loea Kawaikapuokalani Hewett
Entry level students & visitors welcome
Church of the Pacific, Princeville
Info:  Call Fern, 828-1342, (808) 639-0964;    

2nd, 3rd, 4th Saturdays, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Kauai Museum’s Saturday Clubs
monthly workshops on unique island traditions
Kauai Museum daily public tours, 10:30 am to noon
Led by knowledgeable & entertaining docents
Free with admission to the museum
The Kauai Museum, Keepers of the Culture
Info:  (808) 245-6931

Waimea Plantation Lifestyle Tour
Ongoing – Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
volunteer guides lead walking tours through
the Waimea Plantation Cottages and the Waimea
Sugar Company “camp” houses, which date from the
turn of the 20th century. Tours take approximately
90 minutes and are limited to 12 people.
Waimea Town
Info: (808) 337-1005

Kauai Dance Theatre??

6 week dance sessions in Kalaheo? for ages 3.5 yr. to adult
Preballet through Ballet Level IV/V
Friday morning Tap Dance for adults?
Private lessons in ballet, tap, contemporary styles available?
Janie Crane, Director, 332-9737?
For next session dates visit

Professional dance training ages 3 through advanced.
Beginning Adults welcome.

?Dance classes for all ages and abilities?

Ballet, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Spanish dance & Modern Dance.?

Directors, Jennifer Bell-Grey & Mel Bell-Grey

?Dance season Aug 2018-May 2019 – enrolling now

Start lessons anytime throughout the year?

Performing opportunities available?

Schedule your free trial class today.?

Tel: (808) 823-9588 Cell/text (415) 990-5145


Accredited teacher graduate of the Royal Ballet School London, England. Diploma Royal Academy of Dancing.?

Home Studio located at Eyes Wide Open Productions Nawiliwili/Lihue as well as a satellite studio on the North Shore, Princeville community center.

Aloha Dance Studio — Enrolling now
full schedule online at
Professional instruction for ages 3 through adult
Hip Hop, Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Pointe, Modern,
Flamenco, Contemporary and Lyrical jazz
Elite Company Groups
Freaky Fridays at Kukui Grove Center every October
Beginner through Advanced welcome
Info:  Tiffany Dodge, (808) 245-1810


Every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday, 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Group `Ukulele Classes by Kirk Smart
Hanalei Strings and Things, Ching Young Village, Hanalei
Info:  Kirk Smart,; (808) 826,9633

Wednesday nights, 6:00 – 9:00 pm
EasyLiving Jazz Duet — Helen Turner, flute; Jeff Iglesia, guitar
Hukilau Lanai

Every Wednesday Night, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Larry Rivera’s Love & Aloha Show (Every Wednesday)
Larry & Lurline performing
Cafe Portofino, Kalapaki
Other Larry Rivera Live Performances:
Every Friday Afternoon, 5:00 pm
Coconut Marketplace Center Stage, Waipouli
Every Saturday, 1:00 pm
Kauai Museum, Lihue
Every Sunday, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Garden Island Grill, Koloa town
Info:  Larry Rivera,


Thursdays. 1:00 – 2:00 pm
Qi Gong Golden 8
A Beginning Qi Gong Class – ONGOING
Promotes balancing the body for greater health, increasing vitality,
and radiating more energy
Lihue Neighborhood Center
Turn at AT&T on Kuhio Hwy, drive down two blocks to Eono St,
turn right and drive down one block to the Center; park in the
parking lot and go to the Old Main Hall.
Free for all ages
Info:  (808) 635-0306; Peter Sterne

Fitness Classes in Kalaheo and Poipu
Barre, Yoga, Pilates, TRX, Circuit
Location:  Southside sports Center (Poipu) and Private Studio (Kalaheo),
call (808) 332-6320 for directions
Info:  Jodee Burris, ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor, 212-4034,
Current schedule & fees online: 

Kupuna Wellness Ageless Beauty Fitness Program
with Rose T. Warken Ceballos, certified fitness trainer, instructor,
Wellness Guidance, Author
Monday, 8 – 9:30 am:  Total Conditioning – Hanapepe N Ctr
Monday, 10:30 – 11:30 am: ChairAerobic-Koloa N Ctr
Wednesday, 8:00 – 9:30 am: Body and Mind Clarity – Kalaheo N Ctr
Friday, 8 – 9:30 am:  Total Conditioning – Kalaheo N Ctr
Classes are free and for Seniors
You will need your doctor’s approval before beginning a new exercise program
Info:  (808) 652-8985;
Rose’s classes have support recognition from County of Kauai

Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 8:30 – 9:45 am
Aloha Aerobics
Stretch, step and weights – complete fun workshop for Baby Boomers in particular; All Welcome
All Saints Gym, Kapaa
Info:  (808) 822-3817

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“The problem with doing nothing is not knowing when you’re finished”
–Nelson DeMille