Archive for "February, 2014"

Makauwahi Cave Tour

Kauai

Thursday, March 20:
Makauwahi Cave Tour. The richest fossil site in the Hawaiian islands is found east of Poipu at the Makauwahi Cave, an open ceiling sinkhole that is a uniquely preserved archaeological site. Considered a living museum, this 17-acre area serves to both interpret ancient history of Hawaiian plant, animal and human activity. Wear walking shoes, bring water. Makauwahi Reserve, 9 a.m. to 11:30 am Cost – $10. For information or reservations, call (480) 225-5604 or (808) 482-1059, or visit www.cavereserve.org.  Located in Maha`ulepu, 3 miles east of Poipu.

A Taste of Old Kaua`i

Kauai

Friday, March 21: 
A Taste of Old Kaua`i.   Guests are saturated in timeless beauty at the Waipa Ahupua`a, one of 67 watersheds homesteaded by the first Polynesians.  A one-of-a-kind experience for those who wish to explore traditional agriculture and food of Hawai`i. Lunch included. Reservations are required three days before event.  $115.  5-5785A Kuhio Hwy., Hanalei.  For information and reservations call (808) 635-0257 or email [email protected].

Hawaiian Music Series

Maui

Thursday, February 27: 
Hawaiian Music Series.  Relax under the stars and enjoy a free concert. Chairs are limited and blankets, mats, and low beach chairs are welcome. The Baldwin Home Museum is located in the heart of Lahaina, on the corner of Front and Dickenson Streets, Lahaina. 6 to 7:30 p.m.  For information call (808) 661-9309 or visit www.lahainarestoration.org.

BikeWorks Beach & Sport

Big Island

Every Tuesday Morning: 
BikeWorks Beach & Sport – Queens Marketplace. Free fun road ride for cyclists of all levels at 8:30 a.m. Rental bikes available. Get updates on all their activities on the Emily T Gail Show at www.espnhawaii.com or visit www.bikeworkshawaii.com.

10th Annual Braddah Smitty’s Laupahoehoe Music Festival

Big Island

Sunday, February 23: 
10th Annual Braddah Smitty’s Laupahoehoe Music Festival.  Silent Auction, ono grinds, crafts and drinks available on site; no coolers please. This festival raises scholarship money for graduating seniors of Laupahoehoe area students and funds community projects. An alcohol and drug free event. For more information, call (808) 938-3688 or visit www.laupahoehoemusicfestival.com.

Waikiki Artfest

Oahu

Saturday, February 22: 
Waikiki Artfest.  Featuring the work of approximately 75 of Hawai`i’s finest artists and handcraft artisans who display their work for sale. Products include all types of jewelry, clothing, ceramics, stained glass, and woodwork. Enjoy live contemporary and Hawaiian music, great food, shave ice, and drinks. Kapiolani Park, 2801 Monsarrat Ave., Honolulu.  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  For information call (808) 696-6717.

Swing into Spring Dinner Gala

Big Island

Saturday, February 22: 
Swing into Spring Dinner Gala.  Kona Festivale Chorale presents its 25th Season’s dinner gala fundraiser, featuring the Celebration singers, a sumptuous dinner buffet, silent auction, dancing and more at King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel, 75-5660 Palani Rd, Kailua-Kona. For more information, call (808) 331-1115 or visit www.konafestivalechorale.org.

Last Saturday Roots in Jazz: African American Heritage Concert

Oahu

Saturday, February 22: 
Last Saturday Roots in Jazz:  African American Heritage Concert.  Held in conjunction with the annual Honolulu African American Film Festival, this concert will be an all-star ensemble of O‘ahu’s greatest African-American jazz musicians.  7:30 p.m. Doris Duke Theatre, Honolulu Museum of Art, 900 S Beretania, Honolulu.  For information call (808) 532-8700 or visit www.honolulumuseum.org.

Live at Lewers – Featuring Robert Cazimero and the Great American Songbook

Oahu

Friday & Saturday, February 21 & 22:  Hawai`i Pops Presents:  Live at Lewers – Featuring Robert Cazimero and the Great American Songbook.  There will be two sets, 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.  Halekulani Hotel. 2199 Kalia Rd., Honolulu.  For information visit www.hawaiipops.com.

A Taste of Old Kaua`i.

Kauai

Friday, February 21: 
A Taste of Old Kaua`i.   Guests are saturated in timeless beauty at the Waipa Ahupua`a, one of 67 watersheds homesteaded by the first Polynesians.  A one-of-a-kind experience for those who wish to explore traditional agriculture and food of Hawai`i. Lunch included. Reservations are required three days before event.  $115.  5-5785A Kuhio Hwy., Hanalei.  For information and reservations call (808) 635-0257 or email [email protected]