<p style="text-align: center;"><strong>NOVEMBER 2014 ARTS & CULTURE EVENTS</strong><br />  </p>

<p>Monday, October 27, 12:00 pm - Tuesday, October 29. 12:00 am<br /> Kumu Doric Yaris Concert of Life<br /> The Historical Waimea Theater, Waimea town<br /> Contact: Leilani Talich</p>

<p>Thursday, October 30, 4:00 - 6:30 pm<br /> Casting on Kauai - HVCB Commercial Shoot Casting<br /> Shoot Dates on Kauai - November 19 & 20<br /> Looking for following talents:<br /> 1 Hula dancing woman, plus-sized, 40’s - 50’s<br /> 1 Hula dancing women, niece of above, early 20’s<br /> Both dance together so consider same halau style<br /> 2 ‘Ukulele Players, 20’s - 30’s, real local guys, tank tops, tattoos, afro-ish hair good<br /> 1 BIG local looking guy, Samoan look good<br /> 1 Older tutu (grandma), 50’s - 60’s, warm, friendly, lots of character<br /> Talent rate:  secondary/extra; may work 1 or 2 days<br /> Contact: Angela Tillson, (808) 635-3710</p>

<p>October 31<br /> Deadline to sign up as volunteer for NTBG Large-scale Sculpture Project<br /> with world-renowned artist Patrick Dougherty<br /> Work on sculpture between Nov 2 - 14; Nov 17 -22<br /> Two 4-hour shifts per day; volunteers can sign up for as many shifts and as many<br /> days as you like; work may require work on 20 feet high construction scaffolding;<br /> requires physical stamina<br /> Sign up:  Lorna Lopes (808) 332-7324, ext 204 lopes at ntbg.org</p>

<p>Friday, October 31, 6:30 pm<br /> Halloween Costume Ball<br /> Featuring the Kauai Rhythm Kings<br /> Swinbging Shythem & blues<br /> at Joes on the Green, Kiahuna<br /> Contact:  Kevin Rogers</p>

<p>Friday, October 31, 4:30 pm<br /> Halloween Festival<br /> Kukui Grove Center, Center Stage</p>

<p>October 5 - December 5, 2014<br /> Binding and Looping - Transfer of Presence in Contemporary Pacific Art<br /> Art Gallery, University of Hawaii at Manoa (HONOLULU EVENT)<br /> Oct 28, 3 - 4 pm Gallery Walk-Through w/ Noelle Kahanu & Moana Nepia<br /> Oct 28, 4 - 4:30 pm Film Screening - Ed Wendt: The Great Heart of Waiokane<br /> Oct 28, 5 - 7 pm Film Screening - E Haku Inoa: To Weave a Name, Christian Marquez<br /> Oct 29, 6:30 - 7:30 pm Artist Talk w/ Hasan Elahl<br /> Oct 31, 2 - 3 pm, Shigeyuki Kihara lecture presentation (Art Auditorium)<br /> Oct 31, 3 - 5 pm Performance & Installation by PACS 492 Students (Commons Gallery)<br /> Nov 2, 2 - 2:30 pm Film Screening - Herbert Hoe:  Food for the Soul<br /> Nov 2, 2:30 - 3:30 pm Gallery Walk-Through w/ Kaili Chun & Kapulani Landgraf<br /> Nov 3, 5:15 - 5:50 pm Reception for Sally French<br /> Nov 3, 6:00 - 7:30 pm Public Lecture by Sally French (Art Auditorium)<br />     “Topic:  Sally Is In The Building!”<br /> Nov 5, 12:00 - 1:15 pm Lecture by Hasan Elahl (EW Center, Burns Hall)<br /> Nov 9, 2:00-2:30 pm Film Screening of Mac Poepoe: Malama Moomomi The Soul<br /> Nov 9, 2:30- 3:30 pm Gallery Walk-Through & demo by Bernice Akamine-Binding & Looping<br /> Dec 5, time TBA Closing Performance by artist Moana Nepia<br /> Contact:  Sharon Tasaka, Associate Director, (808) 956-6888; gallery at hawaii.edu</p>

<p style="text-align: center;"><strong>NOVEMBER 2014 ART & CULTURE EVENTS</strong></p>

<p>Saturday, Nov 1, 1:00 - 3:00 pm<br /> Lightwave Pottery Ceramics Class<br /> 5 weekly meetings - 4 clay & 1 glazing<br /> Handbuilding & wheel throwing    <br /> Tuition $150, includes materials & firing up to 10 lbs of finished work<br /> Teens OK; younger children accompanied by parent - $100<br /> Info:  (949) 351-5117; RSVP requested<br /> Dean McRaine</p>

<p>Saturday, November 1, 5:00 pm<br /> Kauai Historical Society presents<br /> A Sharing of Aloha with the rhythmic sounds of<br /> Cyril Pahinui & Friends - Peter Moon Jr. & Jeff Au Hoy<br /> Celebrating the Legends of Wailua<br /> No Host Cocktails, Silent Auction, Ethnic Cuisine Buffet<br /> Cocktail Music by Larry Rivera<br /> Smith’s Tropical Paradise<br /> $75 per person, including dinner buffet<br /> Outlets:  Talk Story Bookstore, Pictures Plus, Hanalei Strings & things<br /> Contact:  Kauai Historical Society (808) 245-3373<br /> www.kauaihistoricalsociety.org(external link)</p>

<p>Sunday, November 2, 12:00 pm<br /> 14th Biannual Kauai Community Seed and Plant Exchange<br /> Moloa’a Organica’a Farm, Anahola<br /> (follow signs from the Moloa’a Sunrise Fruit Stand)<br /> Orchard Tours, Great Food, Live Music<br /> Moloa’a Hui Lands & the Incredible Farm of Ned & Marta Ohana<br /> Contact:  Paul Massey</p>

<p>Sunday, November 2, 3:00 pm<br /> Kauai Island Singers Showcase & WIT present<br /> Songs of the Silver Screen (rescheduled event)<br /> Mahiko Lounge at Gaylord’s, Kilohana Plantation<br /> Starring:  Erik Hagen, Melissa Mojo, S. Kamai Salibi, Mike Kobayashi,<br /> Fran Nestel, Trishana Star, Diane Leone, Barbara Pendragon, Karen Tilley<br /> Hank Curtis on Grand Piano; Mike Latif on Upright Bass<br /> FREE CONCERT<br /> Contact:  Melissa Mojo, (808) 822-0545</p>

<p>Thursday, November 6, 5:00 - 7:00 pm<br /> Business After Hours hosted by Kauai Museum, celebrating 54 years<br /> Live Hawaiian Entertainment; lots of door prizes<br /> Pupu & No-Host Cocktails<br /> Kauai Museum Courtyard<br /> Sign up:  Kauai Chamber of Commerce</p>

<p>Thursday, November 6, 7:30 pm<br /> Taboo You: Stories of Shame & Redemption<br /> Spoken Word Event Showcasing Kaua’i’s Writers & Performers<br /> Metamorphose Yoga Studio & Boutique, Kilauea<br /> Contact:  Laura Lentz</p>

<p>Friday, November 7, 9:00 - 11:00 am<br /> Princeville Community Fine Arts Exhibit Artists Submission Date<br /> Open to all North Shore Artists, Kilauea to Ke’e<br /> Online Prospectus & Entry Forms:<br /> www.princevillecommunity.com/view/events-committee.aspx<br(external link) /> Fri, Nov 7, 4 - 8 pm; Sat, Nov 8, 1–5pm exhibition dates<br /> Princeville Community Fine Arts Exhibit<br /> A Non-Juried exhibition of paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramics<br /> Princeville Community Center<br /> Info:  April McGinnis, april at pcaonline.org; (808) 826-6687</p>

<p>Friday & Saturday, November 7 & 8, 7:00 pm<br /> Sunday, November 9, 3:00 pm<br /> “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” — Ichabod Crane & the Headless Horseman of Sleepy Hollow<br /> written by Washington Irving, American colonial tale<br /> directed by Peggy Ellenburg<br /> by Island School fifth graders<br /> On Stage at Island School<br /> Tickets:  $4 from Island School Office and from cast members;<br /> $5 at the door; Discount Family Passes from Island School<br /> Contact:  peggy at ischool.org</p>

<p>Saturday, November 8, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm<br /> Veterans Day Parade - Honoring our Women in Military<br /> Kapa’a Town and Kapa’a Beach Park<br /> Contact: Aida P Cruz (808) 246-1135</p>

<p>Saturday, November 8, Entries Due, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm<br /> November 21, 2014 - January 2, 2015 - Exhibition Dates<br /> Small Works Show 2014<br /> KSA Gallery Space, Kukui Grove<br /> Contact:  Rhonda Forsberg & Katy Zeidner</p>

<p>Grove Farm Homestead Museum<br /> 150th Anniversary Luau<br /> Guest Artist:  Melveen Leed<br /> Hula by Leina’ala Pavao Jardin’e Halau<br /> For stories, tickets, info, contact (808)( 245-3202<br /> grovefarm at hawaiiantel.net</p>

<p>Saturday, November 8, 7:30 - 9:30 pm: Doors 7:00 pm<br /> Na Pali in Concert<br /> A rare & special night with Pancho Graham, Carlos Andrade, Pat Cocket & Rick Gerding<br /> Kilauea Theatre, 2484 Keneke St (next to Kong Lung)<br /> tickets:  $20 at door; Hawaiian Music Kiosks, PV & Coconut Mearketplace<br /> Contact:  (808) 634-1684</p>

<p>Sunday, November 9, 12:00 - 6:00 pm<br /> 22nd Annual Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar Festival, Kauai Style<br /> Featuring 15 Slack Key Guitar Artists<br /> Aqua Kauai Beach Resort & Spa, Wailua<br /> Admission at the Door<br /> Info:  Milton Lau, (808) 226-2697<br /> www.slackkeyfestival.com(external link)</p>

<p>Tuesday, November 11<br /> Sound Emergence<br /> An Alchemical Sound Journey with Taj Jure & Hezar Courson<br /> Kilauea</p>

<p>Thursday, November 13, 5:30 - 8:30 pm<br /> SBDC presents:<br /> “How to Start a Small Business” (Kaua’i)<br /> Lihue Plantation Building (behind Lihu’e Post Office)<br /> Registration: $20<br /> Info: (808) 241-3148</p>

<p>Thursday, Nov 13, 7:00 pm - Sunday, Nov 16, 9:00 pm<br /> 34th Annual Hawaii International Film Festival - Kauai<br /> 13 films from Hawaii, Korea, Japan, Phillippines, India<br /> United Kingdom and United States<br /> Historic Waimea Theater, Waimea Kauai</p>

<p>Friday, November 14<br /> North Shore Dance Party<br /> 7 - 8 pm Tango<br /> 8 - 10 Swing, Ballroom, Latin<br /> Church of the Pacific<br /> All levels & singles welcome<br /> $5.00<br /> Email: kauaidancing at gmail.com</p>

<p>November 14 - 23 Two weekends only<br /> Fridays, Nov 14 & 21, 7:00 pm<br /> Saturdays, Nov 15 & 22, 2:00 pm & 7:00 pm<br /> Sundays, Nov 16 and 23, 4:00 pm<br /> Hawaii Children’s Theatre present the Hawaii premier of<br /> “Shrek The Musical”<br /> Music by Jeannie Tesori; Books & Lyrics by David Lindsay-Abrare<br /> Director:  Marly Madayag, Music Director: Nina Saraos<br /> Choreographer:  Carol Culver<br /> Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall<br /> Ticket Outlets:  Kalaheo Cafe, Progressive Expressions, Times,<br /> Papaya’s, Kong Lung, Harvest Market<br /> Ticket Info:  (808) 246-8985, www.HawaiiChildrensTheatre.com(external link)</p>

<p>Saturday, November 15, 7:00 - 9:30 am<br /> Rotary Club of Kauai announces<br /> 12th Annual Old Koloa Sugar Mill Run (Half Marathon)<br /> Contact:  Richard Olsen, (808) 634-8703</p>

<p>Saturday, November 15, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm<br /> Calligraphy Kanji Workshop for Beginners of All Ages<br /> by Rev. Kosen Ishikawa, Kyle Chu & Yayoi Ishikawa<br /> 88 Shrines at Lawai International Center<br /> Donations appreciated with gratitude<br /> Information:  651-8893; dorahong888 at gmail.com; www.lawaicenter.org(external link)</p>

<p>Sat - Sun - Mon<br /> November 15, 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br /> November 16, 1:00 - 4:00 pm<br /> November 17, 6:00 - 8:00 pm<br /> Kauai Community Players Announces Tryout for Actors<br /> Matilda’s Waltz by David Penhallow Scott (sequel to Emma’s Last Dance)<br /> Men (5, All Ages) -African American, Japanese, Caucasian - Marines,<br />    Plantation Manager, Japanese Union Officer<br /> Women (5) — Japanese, Caucasian, Hapa-Haole — Manager’s Wife, Japanese Wife,<br />    Japanese & Caucasian girls in their late teens or early twenties<br /> No past experience necessary; everyone welcome<br /> Can’t attend tryouts?  Call (808) 651-4387 or (808) 212-8900<br /> Production Dates:  February 20 to March 8</p>

<p>Thursday, November 20, 7:00 pm<br /> Kauai Concert Association presents<br /> Trio Con Brio Copenhagen<br /> World-renowned Piano Trio<br /> Kauai Community College PAC<br /> Tickets:  www.kauai-concert.org/tickets.html</p>(external link)

<p>Thursday, November 20 - Wednesday, December 17<br /> Mixed Media Miniature Show XXVII (Honolulu Event)<br /> Koa Art Gallery, Kapiolani Community College<br /> Contact:  David Behle, (808) 734-9374, koaglry at hawaii.edu</p>

<p>Friday, November 21, 7:00 pm<br /> An evening of Irish Music by Whiskey-O<br /> featuring Sylvia Woods, world class Celtic Harpist<br /> Church of the Pacific<br /> Contact:  Bob Smith, (808) 651-5819, shantybob at yahoo.com<br /> plus every other Sunday at Feral Pig Restaurant/Pub, Harbor Mall<br /> beginning Sunday, October 28</p>

<p>Saturday, November 29, 8:30 am - 1:30 pm<br /> Kaua’i Handworks 35th Annual Christmas Fair<br /> All Kaua’i-made products in longest running Kaua’i Crafts Fair<br /> Wilcox School Cafeteria<br /> Contact:  Erlinda Bukoski, (808) 332-7220; Gayle Konishi, (808) 332-8483</p>

<p>Saturday, November 29<br /> Go Green for the Holidays — Annual Members Meeting<br /> Tabletop Centerpiece or Small Evergreen Swag Workshop<br /> Wai Kuapahi, Billi Smith, Lorraine Wichman & Others<br /> Bring your own clippers, scissors, gloves, embellishments<br /> CCC Camp<br /> Cost $20<br /> Sign up:  (808) 335-9975</p>

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<p>Saturday, December 6, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm<br /> Full Wreath-making Workshop<br /> Wai Kuapahi, Billi Smith, Lorraine Wichman & Others<br /> Bring your own clippers, scissors, gloves, embellishments<br /> CCC Camp<br /> Cost $20<br /> Sign up:  (808) 335-9975</p>

<p>Saturday, December 6, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm<br /> Kauai Dance Center<br /> Winter Recital & Dance Showcase (One Day Only)<br /> Ballet, Hip Hop, Spanish Dance<br /> at Eyes Wide Open Productions Nawiliwili Theater/Home Studio of Kauai Dance Center<br /> 3285 Waapa Road Lihue (Next to Nawiliwili Park & Hesse Carpet)<br /> 10 - 11 Keiki Dance Concert<br /> 12 - 1 Youth Dance Concert, Ballet & Hip Hop & Spanish Dance<br /> 3 - 4 Advanced Class Dance Concert<br /> Ballet & Classical Solo, Lyrical, Modern & Spanish Dance<br /> Contact:  Jennifer Bell-Grey</p>

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<p style="text-align: center;">WEEKLY EVENTS</p>

<p><strong>AT THE COCONUT MARKETPLACE</strong></p>

<p>Hula Shows</p>

<p>If you’re looking for some free, lively and fun Hawaiian entertainment, visit Coconut Marketplace in Kapaa for an authentic Hula Show every Wednesday at 5 p.m. and Saturday at 1 p.m. Hula, a dance form native to the Hawaiian islands, is something everyone must see. All are welcome to enjoy the free hula shows as well as more than 30 quality shops and eateries of Coconut Marketplace in a tropical open-air setting. Coconut Marketplace is located at 4-484 Kuhio Highway, Kapaa, HI 96746.  For more information, call us at (808) 822-3641 or visit www.coconutmarketplace.com.(external link)  </p>

<p>Larry Rivera</p>

<p>Come and hear free live Hawaiian music and enjoy a relaxing evening with the renowned Larry Rivera every Friday at 5 p.m. at Coconut Marketplace in Kapaa. Known as musical legend in Hawaii, Larry Rivera has serenaded many visitors and locals alike with his soothing and soulful voice. A recipient of a lifetime achievement award from the Hawaii Academy of Recording Arts, Larry Rivera is a staple in Kauai’s music scene. All are welcome to enjoy the free Hawaiian music show featuring Larry Rivera as well as more than 30 quality shops and eateries of Coconut Marketplace in a tropical open-air setting.  Coconut Marketplace is located at 4-484 Kuhio Highway, Kapaa, HI 96746. For more information, call us at (808) 822-3641 or visit www.coconutmarketplace.com.(external link)   </p>

<p>Farmer’s Market</p>

<p>Immerse yourself in the colors and flavors of Kauai's exotic produce at the Coconut Marketplace Farmer’s Market, located in the front parking lot every Tuesday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to noon. If you’re a foodie or looking to get a taste of locally grown fresh fruit and vegetables, come visit us. Get there on time as produce can go quickly! All are welcome to enjoy the Farmer’s Market as well as more than 30 quality shops and eateries of Coconut Marketplace in a tropical open-air setting.  Coconut Marketplace is located at 4-484 Kuhio Highway, Kapaa, HI 96746. For more information, call us at (808) 822-3641 or visit www.coconutmarketplace.com.(external link) </p>

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<p>Monday Koloa Ball Park (12 noon) Kukui Grove Shopping Center, Lihue (3pm)</p>

<p>Tuesday Coconut Market Place, Kapaa (9am-12 noon) Kalaheo Neighborhood Center (3:30pm) Hawaiian Farmers of Hanalei (2pm)</p>

<p>Wednesday Kapaa Town Park (3pm) Kauai Culinary Market, Poipu (4-6pm)</p>

<p>Thursday Coconut Market Place, Kapaa (9am-12 noon) Hanapepe Park (3pm) Kilauea Neighborhood Center (4:30pm)</p>

<p>Friday Vidinha Stadium, Lihue (3pm)</p>

<p>Saturday Kauai Community Market, Puhi (9:30am-1pm) Kekaha Neighborhood Center (9am) Hanalei Saturday Market (10am-12 noon) For more info got to www.kauaigrown.org(external link)</p>

<p>* TREASURERS OF KAUAI and NIIHAU. For more info call the Kauai Museum at 808-245-6931.</p>

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