Archive for "September 21st, 2017"

11th Annual International Day of Peace Parade and Festival

Big Island

Saturday, September 23:
11th Annual International Day of Peace Parade and Festival.
  Celebrating the annual United Nations International Day of Peace, the town of Honoka`a will host a Parade down Mamane Street – a “moving stage” of bands, dancers, drummers and entertainers. The event then continues with a Peace Day Festival in the streets. For more information call (808) 883-0669 or visit, Honoka`a. 11 a.m.

St. John’s Kula Festival


Saturday, September 23: 
St. John’s Kula Festival.
  There will be live entertainment all day, including Kanekoa (recent Hoku Hanohano aware recipient), the halau of Kumu Maka`ala Palmore, Joel Katz, Jamie Lawerence, Brian & Meryl, and Soul Kitchen. There will be ono local food available for purchase, homemade baked goods, fresh Kula produce, flowers, plants, gifts, crafters, silent auction, a quilt show and children’s games. This year there will be a $1 admission, or one can of food for the foodbank, with children under 10 years of age free.  St John’s Episcopal Church, 8992 Kula Hwy., Kula. For more information please call (808) 878-1485 or visit

Aloha Festivals Ho`olaulea


Saturday, September 23:
Aloha Festivals Ho`olaulea.
The largest block party will kick off with the arrival of the Royal Court. Multiple stages of entertainment, lots of food and lei vendors and hula crafters will be spread along 12 city blocks of the world famous Kalakaua Avenue. 7 to 10 p.m.  Free admission.  For more Aloha Festivals event information and schedule visit

Kaua`i Mokihana Festival


September 23 – 30:
Kaua`i Mokihana Festival.
  A week-long celebration of Hawaiian culture, including education lectures, cultural presentations, music, composition concert and contest, and hula competitions. For more information, venues, and schedule, call (808) 651-1868 or visit