Kauai Activities

Kīlauea’s Anaina Hou Community Park to host legendary musician John Cruz

Hawai‘i legend John Cruz will present a wonderful night of music and community connection April 29 at Porter Pavilion at the park in Kīlauea, with special guest Bronson Aiwohi.

Kalena Park in Līhuʻe hosts Fitness Week, March 11 to 18

The free activities of Fitness Week at Kalena Park on Kauaʻi run daily from March 11 to March 18. They include: bicycle riding, pickleball clinics, yoga, TRX, walking tours and keiki events.

Registration open for adult, preschool swim classes at Waimea Swimming Pool

The adult swim class is offered to those 18 years and older. The preschool program is open to children, ages 2 to 5.

Free Aqua Zumba classes at Waimea swimming pool

Ho‘ola Lahui Hawai‘i – Kaua‘i Community Health Center will offer free Aqua Zumba classes at the Waimea swimming pool on March 14, 21 and 28.

Lydgate Farms grows award-winning chocolate in shadow of Sleeping Giant on Kauaʻi

Lydgate Farms planted its first cacao trees in 2002 and now has 3,000 on its 46-acre property on Kaua’i.

Kamaʻāina special offers program is back throughout Hawaiian Islands

New specials on accommodations, activities, attractions, shopping, dining and more throughout the Hawaiian Islands are available to Hawaiʻi residents through the Hawaiʻi Visitors and Convention Bureau’s kamaʻāina program.

‘Fall in Love with NOAA’ at Kaua‘i mall this Saturday

Valentine’s Day activities will be paired with science demonstrations from several local, state and federal groups during event at Kukui Grove Center in Līhu‘e.

Local artists’ Kaua‘i Quilt Show opens Friday

The Kaua‘i Society of Artists will kick off the show with a ‘Quilters Reception.’

Big Island’s Kīlauea volcano still erupting, but safely within Halemaʻumaʻu crater

Activity from the latest Kīlauea eruption is concentrated in a large lava lake in the eastern half of the summit crater and a smaller lake to the west.

Celebrate Chinese New Year at The Shops at Kukui‘ula

Observe the beginning of The Year of the Rabbit with food, refreshments and live entertainment near Poʻipū.

Zoom forum to provide information about proposed Green Amendment

Maya van Rossum, founder and leader of The Green Amendment for the Generations Movement, will lead the discussion.

Comedian Pauly Shores comes to Līhuʻe during four-island Hawaiʻi Tour

Comedian Pauly Shore will be performing on Jan. 7 at the Jasmine Ballroom in Līhuʻe with guest Bradda Z.

Get a free photo with Santa this weekend in Kapa‘a

Kris Kringle will be at the Kapa‘a Shopping Center during Kapa‘a Kalikimaka with Hawaiian Telcom on Saturday.

KPD shares road closures for Waimea Light Parade

Police will close off all streets along the parade route, beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Kaua‘i Humane Society announces ‘Home for the Holidays,’ other festive events

Kiara the cat and other Kaua‘i Humane Society animals will benefit from several holiday activities scheduled at the Puhi shelter.

Student actors perform Alfred Hitchcock’s classic thriller ‘The 39 Steps’ in Līhuʻe

The Kaua‘i Performing Arts Center will debut its latest play at the Kaua‘i War Memorial Conventional Hall on Dec. 9.

Hawai‘i students can test their 3-D design skills with ‘We (Heart) Veterans’ pin challenge

Students will flex their design and engineering skills by creating a digital 3-D model of a wearable pin that celebrates their unique appreciation for veterans.

Register for Winter Fun this Friday

The program includes visits to neighborhood centers across the island.

Rice Street to host holiday trifecta

Get in the Christmas spirit at the annual Lights on Rice Parade scheduled for Friday.

Kalāheo Elementary School performing ‘101 Dalmatians Kids Musical’ in December

Kalāheo Elementary School’s version of “101 Dalmatians” is directed by Laine Griffith, with some downright adorable doggie dancing choreographed by Selah Johnson.
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