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

<p>Thursday, September 18, 6:30 - 8:00 pm</p>

<p>“Exploring the Basis for Hawaiian Sovereignty”<br /> by Judge William Fernandez<br /> Historical events prior to the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom<br /> and review of the various United States, United Nations,<br /> US Supreme Court and Congressional legislation and actions<br /> that affected the current movement for a nation-to-nation status.<br /> Examination of possible alternative for the future of the Hawaiian people.<br /> Site:  Aloha Beach Resort, Wailua<br /> Free Event<br /> Contact:  Kauai Historical Society</p>

<p>Thursday, September 18, 7:00 - 9:00 pm<br /> “Making Marks” — slide show by Rich Richardson of the ARTS at Mark’s Garage, Chinatown<br /> How to build an art center & its impact of the neighborhood<br /> KCC OCET Room 106<br /> in collaboration with the Kauai Arts Forum/Kauai Planning & Action Alliance<br /> Contact:  </p>

<p>Thursday, Sept 18, 6:00 - 9:00 pm<br /> South Shore Political Forum<br /> Sponsored by Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Assn & Poipu Beach Resort Association<br /> Koloa Neighborhood Center<br /> Free Admission</p>

<p>Friday, Sept 19, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm<br /> Education & Workforce Development Investment Leadership Series<br /> Early College High School Initiative<br /> JJ’ Broiler, 2nd Floor<br /> Register with Kauai Chamber of Commerce</p>

<p>Friday, September 19, 5:30 pm<br /> Island School Chorus event<br /> with Philip Steinbacher<br /> Island School, 3-1875 Kaumualii Highway, Lihue</p>

<p>Friday, September 19, 5:00 - 8:00 pm<br /> Art Kaua’i 2014 reception for Artists/presentation of Art Awards<br /> juried by Rich Richardson of the ARTS at Mark’s Garage, Chinatown<br /> Kauai Society of Artists Art Gallery<br /> Kukui Grove Center<br /> Contact:</p>

<p>September 19, 7:30 am - 4:30 pm<br /> Chaminade University of Honolulu presents<br /> 11th Annual One Day Seminar on NonProfit Organizations<br /> Pagoda Hotel<br /> $175 Early Registration by Aug 31, 2014<br /> $200 Registration after Aug 31<br /> Contact:  Valery Baranets, Hogan Entrepreneurs, (808) 440-4280<br /> valery.baranets at chaminade.edu</p>

<p>Saturday, September 20, 7:00 pm<br /> Film Night South @ 103<br /> IFOK (Independent Filmmakers of Kauai), www.ifok.co/<br(external link) /> Gallery 103 at the Shops at Kukui’ula, Poipu<br /> Info:  Tony LeHoven (808) 828-0101</p>

<p>Sunday, Sept 21, 4:00 - 6:00 pm<br /> International Day of Peace 2014 Celebration<br /> Joyful Noise Taiko Drumming, Sacred Earth Choir, The Labyrinth<br /> Singing, peace pinwheel crafting, peace prayers, labyrinth walking<br /> Potluck Dinner afterwards<br /> Kamalani Playground Peace Pole & Lawn<br /> Free and open to the public<br /> Contact:  634-9992; www.interfaithroundtableofkauai.org(external link)</p>

<p>Sunday, Sept 21, 4:00 - 7:00 pm<br /> Expressions of Peace<br /> with Mark Jeffers<br /> Sparky’s Garden at Storybook Theatre<br /> Free and open to the public<br /> Contact:  Storybook Theatre</p>

<p>September 21 -27 (week-long event)<br /> 2014 Kauai Mokihana Festival<br /> Year of Na Loea O Na Mea Hana Lima (Master Crafters)<br /> Hawaiian culture workshops, music contest, 3-day hula competition,<br /> crafts fair, hula & music events, Hawaiian church service, and more<br /> Kauai Beach Resort + other venues<br /> Sun, Sept 21 Kapaa first Hawaiian Church Service, 10 am<br /> Mon, Sept 22 Kauai Composers Contest & Concert, Waimea Theatre, 7 pm<br /> Tues, Sept 23 “Eo, E Lili’u” Music Competition, Kauai War Memorial, 9 am<br /> Tues, Sept 23, “Under the Palms at Wailua” Aston Aloha Beach Resorts, 6 pm<br /> Wed, Sept 24, Hawaiian Cultural Presentation, Kauai Museum, 5 - 7 pm<br /> Thurs, Sept 25, Solo/Group Kahiko Nei Hula Competition, Kauai Beach Resort, 6 pm<br /> Fri, Sept 26, Group Auwana Hula Competition, Kauai Beach Resort, 6 pm<br /> Sat, Sept 27, Solo Auana Hula Competition & Festival Awards Finale, Kauai Beach Resort, 12 noon<br /> Contact:  Carol Bain or Maka Herrod; call (808) 822-2166<br /> www.MalieFoundation.org(external link)</p>

<p>Tuesday, September 23, 5:30 pm<br /> NTBG presents<br /> Tips and Techniques for a Successful Native Hawaiian Garden<br /> How to create & maintain your own Hawaiian garden & its benefits to other plants & insects<br /> by Mike DeMotta, Asst. Director of Living Collections & Horticulture<br /> KCC Campus Center Cafeteria<br /> Contact:  Margaret Clark for accessibility & accommodations, (808) 332-7324, Ext 225<br /> at least ten days in advance</p>

<p>Wed, September 24, 5:30 - 8:30 pm<br /> Thurs, October 16, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm<br /> Thurs, November 13, 5:30 - 8:30 pm<br /> SBDC presents:<br /> “How to Start a Small Business” (Kauai)<br /> Lihue Plantation Building<br /> Registration:  $20<br /> Info:  (808) 241-3148</p>

<p>Fri & Sat, September 26 & 27, 7:00 pm<br /> Sunday, September 28, 4:00 pm<br /> Women in Theatre presents<br /> Emma’s Last Dance<br /> Written & directed by David Penhallow Scott<br /> December 1941, Oahu: Two Magnificent women meet. Two cultures clash.<br /> Secrets are revealed, and paradise is lost.<br /> Kauai Community College Performing Arts Center, Lihue<br /> Three days only!  <br /> Tickets $20 in advance; $25 at door; call (808) 635-3727<br /> www.womenintheatre.org(external link)</p>

<p>September 26, 27, 28; Friday - 4:00 - 9:00 pm<br /> Saturday & Sunday - 10:00 am to 5:00 pm<br /> 16th Annual Kauai Powwow<br /> Celebrating the rich Native American heritage in Hawaii<br /> traditional drumming, street parties; live entertainment, children's shows<br /> Family fun event/ Admission FREE<br /> Contact:  Dr. Kani Blackwell, (808) 651-7733<br /> www.kauaipowwow.com(external link)</p>

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

<p>October 2, 7:30 am - 6:00 p,<br /> HANO Nonprofit Conference (Honolulu Event)<br /> “Recharge_Restart_Reconnect: Powering Up 4 Greater Impact"<br /> Ala Moana Hotel, 410 Atkinson, Honolulu<br /> $165 HANO Members<br /> $190 Non-Members<br /> Contact:  Jennifer Cornish Creed; (808) 529-0453<br /> jcreed at hano-hawaii.org</p>

<p>Friday - Sunday, October 3 - 5, 2014<br /> Lomilomi Conference<br /> Featuring practitioners in the Hawai’i Healing Arts of Lomilomi<br /> Na Kupuna masters in various types of lomilomi<br /> Masters in La’au Lapa’au with Uncle Kaipo Kaneakua<br /> Site:  Camp Na’ue, Ha'ena<br /> Info:  www.lomilomi.org(external link)<br /> Contact:  Haunani Hopkins, mapunawaiola at msn.com</p>

<p>Saturday, October 4, 9:00 am - 11:00 am<br /> Lihue Christian Church Bazaar<br /> LCC social hall on Kress Street<br /> Local-style crafts, baked goods, shshi, nishime, fresh produce, qults, and more on sale<br /> Lucky number with prizes and a silent auction. Proceeds to benefit LCC's Boy Scouts. Call 245-2348 for more information</p>

<p>Saturday, October 4, 8:00 am - 12:00 moon<br /> Community Rummage Sale<br /> Church of the Pacific, Princeville<br /> Old, New, Ordinary & Unique Items-Treasures of the Community<br /> Help out the Pacific Ministries at this Community rummage Sale<br /> Donations accepted, pickup available; Space Rental available<br /> Info:  (808) 652-2202</p>

<p>Saturday, October 4, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm<br /> Kauai Japanese Cultural Society presents<br /> Matsuri Kauai Cultural Festival<br /> dancers, martial arts, drumming, kimon kitsuke, bento,<br /> origami, oshibana, musubi contest, mochi pounding, tea ceremony,<br /> bondance, bonsai, jorei & flower circle, karaoke singers, and more<br /> Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall<br /> Contact:  Pearl Shimizu, (808) 822-5353</p>

<p>Saturday, October 4, 9:00 am -5:00 pm<br /> Sunday, October 5, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm<br /> 18th Annual Kauai Coconut Festival<br /> Everything about Coconut, non-stop music, taiko drummers,<br /> keiki fun, petting zoo, cooking demonstrations<br /> Kapa'a Beach Park<br /> Info:  Tricia Yamashita, (808) 652-4988</p>

<p>Saturday, October 11, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm<br /> Eo e Emalani i Alakai<br /> Queen Ema, portrayed by Helen Lahapa Santiago,and her entourage<br /> enter the Kanaloahuluhulu Meadow on horseback;<br /> Hula Halau from around the state perform chants<br /> & dances as gifts for the Queen;<br /> Exhibitis, craft demonstrations, snack sales<br /> Contact:  Michelle Hookano, (335) 997-5022<br /> www.kokee.org(external link)</p>

<p>Saturday, October 11, 3:00 pm - end<br /> 3:00 pm - crafts fair in lobby<br /> 6:00 pm - Hoike<br /> Ho’ike - Halau Ka Lei Mokihana o Leina’ala<br /> with Kumu Hula Leina’ala Pavao Jardin<br /> Featuring Kuana Torres Kahele<br /> Special guest performance by Na Molokama<br /> Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall<br /> Tickets:  $20 general admission in advance/ $30 at the door<br /> Ticket Outlets: Mokihana Travel, Lihue; Brick Oven, Kalaheo;<br /> Wine Shop, Koloa; Vicky’s, Kapaa<br /> Info:  (808) 639-9033</p>

<p>Sunday, October 12, 9:30 am<br /> Annual All Saints celebration of King Kamahameha IV & Queen Emma, the Holy Sovereigns<br /> Refreshments after the service<br /> All Saints Church, Kapa’a<br /> Contact:  David Murray</p>

<p style="text-align: center;"><strong>NOVEMBER ART & CULTURE EVENTS</strong></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>Saturday, November 8, 11 am - 5 pm<br /> Small Works Show Entries due<br /> KSA Gallery at Kukui Grove<br /> Contact:  Rhonda Forsberg and Kathy Zeidner</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<br /> November 21, 2014 - January 2, 2015 - Exhibition Dates<br /> Small Works Show 2014<br /> KSA Gallery Space, Kukui Grove<br /> Contact:  TBA</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<br /> Admission at the Door<br /> Info:  Milton Lau, (808) 226-2697<br /> www.slackkeyfestival.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>

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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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