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IN THIS ISSUE: 2. OUT & ABOUT:
Top picks for the week
4-5. DINING OUT KAUA‘I: Red Salt
‘Fast & Furious 6’
7. ART & THEATER:
Kaua‘i Polynesian Festival
8-9. CHECK DA SCENE: Lei workshop
10. ISLAND CALENDAR
11. MUSIC CALENDAR
OUT & ABOUT: TOP PICKS FOR THE WEEK FRI SAT SUN Kaua‘i Polynesian Festival Noon to 10 p.m. Vidinha Stadium
GMO protest 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Kaua‘i Village Shopping Center
Presented by the Kamanawa Foundation, the 12th Annual Kaua‘i Polynesian Festival starts today and runs through the weekend. Featuring Hawaiian entertainment, solo and group dance competitions, games, food booths and workshops. Entrance fee is $10 per day or $25 for all three days.
Sign-making will be from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at Children of the Land and sign waving to follow from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
‘re: constructions’ Art Cafe Hemingway Rhonda Forsberg’s art exhibit opens today runs through June 30. ‘Harvest of Empire’ 6 p.m. Kapa‘a Library Juan Gonzalez, cohost of Democracy Now, “Harvest of Empire” connects the long history of U.S. military and corporate intervention in Latin America to the immigration crisis in the headlines today.
Pursuing Justice 2 to 4 p.m. Kapa‘a Library The Wailua-Kapa‘a Neighborhood Association features guest speaker Justin Kollar, Kaua‘i County Prosecuting Attorney, discussing the functions and priority initiatives of the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney and how it impacts citizens and the criminal justice process.
Okolehao Trail Join the Sierra Club on a North Shore hike. Strenuous 4 miles round-trip. An afternoon hike climbs 1,200 feet along a ridge behind Hanalei Valley. Call Kathy Valier at 826-7302. ‘Working the Musical’ 5 p.m. Puhi Theatrical Warehouse Kaua‘i Community Players presents this musical based on the book by Studs Turkel, adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Fasso. The Kaua‘i production is directed by Ross Martineau with musical direction by Arnold Meister. Tickets cost $25.
Love Life Creative Festival 4:30 p.m. War Memorial Convention Hall Love Life Creative Festival
MON TUE WED Tennis Summer Camp 9 a.m. to noon Hanalei Bay Resort This is a opportunity to become better tennis players and make new friends in a fun, positive atmosphere. Ideal for beginners and intermediates, ages 5-11. Contact 821-8225 for more information. Class costs $125 per week or $35 per day. Tahitian Dance, Children 3 to 4 p.m. Joy of Movement Dance Studio To register email RhythmFireDance@ yahoo.com or call (540) 798-9516.
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West Kaua‘i Music Summer Session 10 a.m. to noon Hanapepe Hawaiian Congregational Church ‘Ukulele and guitar classes. These classes runs Tuesday and Wednesday through July 25. Fee for the class is $15 single class or $25 for both. 335-3505. Relay For Life Planning 5:30 p.m. Kapa‘a Neighborhood Center The North Shore Relay For Life is forming teams now. Visit relayforlife. org/northshorehi or call 246-0695 for details.
QiDance and QiForze 4 to 6 p.m. Kapa‘a Neighborhood Center New dance fitness and functional fitness workout classes. Every Wednesday starting today. QiDance 4 to 5 p.m. and QiForze 5 to 6 p.m. Everyone welcome. Malama Hule‘Ia Community Discussion 5:30 to 7 p.m. Niumalu Pavillion
The Love Life Creative Festival and All-Styles dance showcase was started to create a drug-free and suicide-free culture on Kaua‘i and ultimately in Hawai‘i. Hawaiian Classes 4 to 8 p.m. LDS Mormon Church in Kalaheo Varitey of Hawaiian classes for all ages; every Thursday. ‘Les Miserables’ 6 to 9 p.m. Puhi Warehouse Open auditions for Hawai‘i Children Theatre’s summer show, “Les Miserables.”
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ameron Cox, lead singer and saxophonist of Kauaâ€˜iâ€™s own Applesauce, said he and his group strive to â€œkeep the dance floor going and keep peopleâ€™s ears perked up.â€? So far, this high-energy quintet of musicians has had no trouble turning heads, delivering a progressive sound infused with funk and rock. â€œWe just really clicked right away,â€? Cox said. â€œSince then itâ€™s just been like an endless stream of writing and performing.â€? Earlier this month, in front of a jam-packed Trees Lounge in Kapaâ€˜a, Applesauce unveiled its first EP during the â€œSauce EP Release Party.â€? Today, theyâ€™re gearing up to record their first fulllength album in July. If you havenâ€™t had a chance to catch them live, Applesauce performs tonight at 9:30 p.m. at Backyards Bar and Grill in Kapaâ€˜a. Bassist-producer Paul Cline â€” who is also the CEO and founder of UnKnown Endeavors (U.K.E.) â€” described Applesauce as â€œa rock-funk band with an eye toward classic rock sensibilities.â€? â€œMusicianship is paramount and we inspire to
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CHRIS Dâ€™ANGELO TGI FRIDAY First and foremost, Cox said he and his bandmates are lovers of music. If they can reach one person out of a million, Cox said he would be a happy guy. â€œOur basic collective trip is to try to spread some
love that we get from music â€” or positivity or inspiration,â€? he said. Cline said Applesauce offers something completely unique for Kauaâ€˜i and the response so far has been incredibly positive.
â€œI think the band really resonates with people.â€? Applesauce performs tonight at Backyards and June 28 at Trees Lounge. For more information visit www.applesauceband. com.
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Free movie screenings the of award winning film â€œThe Invisible Warâ€? directed by Kirby Dick. always put on a quality show,â€? he said. Cox added that the group also dabbles in hip-hop, jazz and electronica. The handful of cover songs they do perform, Applesauce makes them their own. In 2008, Cox, guitarist Rory Marsh and drummer Chris â€œHamsterâ€? White-Root moved from Kauaâ€˜i to Seattle to pursue their love of music. To make a long story short, Cox said the three of them ended up â€œgetting over the city, and mostly the cold.â€? They moved back to Kauaâ€˜i, where they joined forces with Cline and percussionist Dan Muench to form Applesauce. â€œWeâ€™ve just been gelling as guys,â€? Cox said. â€œItâ€™s really
nice to be in a band with like-minded people.â€? Cline said everyone brings something unique to the table, which has allowed the group to do everything on their own, from production to designing all of their own posters, merchandise and stickers. â€œWe want to be in-house, and I think thatâ€™s kind of the way of the future,â€? Cline said. For now, Applesauce is focused on entrenching itself in the Hawaiâ€˜i music scene. But the long-term goal is to take their sound to the Mainland. â€œWe want to be professional musicians and make a living doing this thing,â€? said Cox, adding that the motivation and talent is there to make it happen.
This film has brought to light one of the most shocking cover-ups in history; sexual assault in the United States military, a just released Pentagon study estimated that 26,000 people in the armed services were sexually assaulted last year. Discussion following each screening. One night only, Friday, May 31, Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard will be a special guest on the panel. The YWCA of Kauaâ€˜i is able to offer free screenings thanks to the support of concerned community members.
Friday, May 31, 6:30pm KCC Performing Arts Center Saturday, June 1, 6:00pm Historic Waimea Theater Sunday, June 2, 6:00pm Historic Waimea Theater.
For information call 245-5959 or visit www.ywcakauai.org
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Red Salt, located in Ko‘a Kea Hotel and Resort at 2251 Po‘ipu Road, is open for breakfast from 6:30 to 11 a.m. and dinner from 6 to 9 p.m. ALDEN ALAYVILLA SPECIAL TO TGI FRIDAY
he inside of Red Salt is a sight to behold; contemporary architecture with minimalist qualities. I did not feel confined at all — plenty of open space to wine, dine or catch a game at the bar and sushi area. At the bar and sushi area I met Bartender Michael Berthiaume and Sushi Chef Justin Lopes. Berthiaume spoke briefly about Red Salt’s history as well as its cuisine. “We opened in April 2009 — same as the hotel from when it was the Po‘ipu Beach Hotel,” Berthiaume said. “The menu changes depending on what we get in, but we focus on fresh, local fish. Chef Adam tries to get as much local things as possible.” After Berthiaume spoke about the cuisine, I was introduced to Sushi Chef Justin Lopes. Lopes has been making sushi for eight years. He trained for two years on the Big Island under
Sushi Chef Toshi Kazu. “(Training) was super traditional and old-school Japanese,” Lopes said. “He was very strict and it was a very good experience.” Lopes prepared Red Salt’s Sashimi Sampler, $32. The sampler consists of ahi sashimi with a green apple and cilantro salad; salmon sashimi with cilantro, cherry tomatoes and black bean chili sauce; and hamachi sashimi with sliced jalapenos, fried shiitake mushrooms and fresh chiso. Lopes said he prepares sushi the way he wants to eat: “I love traditional sushi, but the way I like to eat it is with something that’s sweet and sour, a little bit of crunch — all textures and flavors. I like it fresh, easy to make.” Lopes added that fish prepared daily at Red Salt is fresh and local. “We use fresh, island fish from fish purveyors,” Lopes sad. “We get it in
Top: Sushi Chef Justin Lopes crafts patrons mean kine sushi Tuesday to Saturday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Above: Red Salt’s Sashimi Sampler runs for $32. It comes with ahi, salmon and hamachi.
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today for today. Thereâ€™s no second or third day (use of the fish).â€? The sushi Lopes prepared was exceptional -â€” many flavors and textures â€” exactly how he described earlier. Each bite left a lasting impression. It was some of the best sashimi Iâ€™ve ever had the pleasure of tasting, especially since Iâ€™m a sucker for salmon and ahi. After sampling the sashimi, I met with Executive Chef Adam Watten. Watten has been with Red Salt since its opening and has been its executive chef for a year. He attended New England Culinary Institute in Vermont and various apprenticeships throughout the United States. Watten primarily came to Kauaâ€˜i to open Red Salt, but his affinity for the island also drew him in. Watten prepared Red Saltâ€™s signature dish: The Madagascar Vanilla Bean Seared Mahi, $33. â€œThis is a real simple dish on some tropical flavors,â€? Watten said. â€œThereâ€™s mango in the BY D ER MAN V O E LD R D HE ULA P PO
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hereâ€™s a bit of a problem when youâ€™re trying to decide what to drink at Red Salt. Do you want the Blueberry Acai, Red Coral or Wipeout? Before you scream in frustration, calm down, take a deep breath and listen to reason: Sample all three martinis.
Red Saltâ€™s signature dish, the Madagascar Vanilla Bean Seared Mahi, is priced at $32 and is a treasure chest of island and sweet flavors. vinaigrette, coconut in the rice, avocado in the mahi and we base the mahi with butter and vanilla. So itâ€™s a very simple dish, flavor wise. The combination of those flavors work really well.â€? The dish was onolicious
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â€” superb taste and cooked to perfection. The sweet, tropical flavors of this dish, combined with the fresh mahi, is a must for any patron. For a complete menu, visit www.koakea.com/dining-atred-salt/ or call 742-4288.
The Martini Flight, $16, consists of three of Red Saltâ€™s signature cocktails â€” the Blueberry Acai, Red Coral and Wipeout. Bartender Michael Berthiaume, who has been on Kauaâ€™i for four years, mixed the Martini Flight lightning quick and described the ingredients of each sample. â€œThe Blueberry Acai is made from an organic vodka called Van Gough. Itâ€™s naturally infused with
blueberry and acai. We also add housemade lemonade and garnish it (martini) with fresh blueberries.â€? The Wipeout is made with Finlandia Mango Vodka mixed with pineapple, mango and passion fruit. The Red Coral consists of Stoli Vanilla Vodka, Stoli Raspberry Vodka, a splash of Grenadine and pomegranate juice.
The Martini Flight is perfect for first-time patrons who want to get a feel for the onolicous cocktails Red Salt offers. Each sample offers everything you want in a sample â€” variety, quality and presentation. Remember the selection of drinks I mentioned earlier? Well, Berthiaume said Red Salt has a wide selection.
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or more than a decade, the Kauaâ€˜i Polynesian Festival has paid tribute to the indigenous island cultures of the southern Pacific. This yearâ€™s fun continues through Sunday at Vidinha Stadium in Lihuâ€˜e. â€œWeâ€™re in our 12th year,â€? Festival Director Kapu Kinimaka-Alquiza said. â€œPeople can expect to have a great weekend.â€? Presented by the Kamanawa Foundation, the 2013 Kauaâ€˜i Polynesian Festival kicks off at noon today and features Tahitian, Maori, Samoan and Hawaiian entertainment, Polynesian arts and crafts, solo and group dance competitions, food booths, workshops, a farmers market, Hawaiian games and much more for the entire family. There will be about 30 arts and craft vendors and five food booths on site to choose from. One of the most popular festival events is the â€œPolynesian Experience,â€? a hands-on cultural craft and dance activity beginning at noon
today and Saturday. Learn fire-making, spearthrowing, how to husk a coconut and weaving techniques using the fronds of the coconut and hala tree, according to the event website. Professionals will also teach participants how to dance the hula, make a ti-leaf lei and tie a pareau â€” or sarong â€” in the Polynesian style. â€œThe Polynesian Experience is one of the things that people should attend if they havenâ€™t been to the festival,â€? Kinimaka-Alquiza said. Additional events include a trio of performances by Oâ€˜ahu contemporary group FAB 4, Maori action and poi ball dances of Aotearoa, a Tahitian dance exhibition and fire dance competitions. Kinimaka-Alquiza said incorporating the different Polynesian cultures into one weekend-long event was a â€œbrainstorming ideaâ€? of a small festival committee back in 2000. â€œItâ€™s been very successful,â€? she said. The Polynesian Festival runs from 11:30 a.m. to 9
p.m. today, 11:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Saturday and 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $10 per day or $25 for a 3-day pass. Dance participants and children under age 5 are admitted for free. Workshops cost $25 each. Tickets can be purchased online, at the door or at select island retailers, including Deli and Bread, Progressive Expressions, Scottyâ€™s Music, Western Motors, Aloha Rainbow Screening, Larryâ€™s Music, Hula Girl Restaurant, Eggberts and Hanalei Surf Co. Established in 1994, the Kamanawa Foundation is a Kauaâ€˜i-based nonprofit organization with the mission of preserving, promoting and perpetuating the native Hawaiian culture, including the language, social values, arts, crafts and music, according to its website. For more information about the festival and a complete schedule of events check out www. kauaipolynesianfestival.org.
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Elvrine Chow of Lawai.
Margaret Kiyohara of Seattle, left, Sara Oliva of Seattle, center, and Rose Hatfield of Kapaâ€˜a, right.
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Genny Moura of Kapahi, center, and Valerie Rivera of Kapahi.
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he sights and smells of cut flowers and plants were not hard to find last weekend at the Kauaâ€˜i Museum, where about 30 community members and visitors attended a talk story session with local haku lei maker Elvrine Chow. During the question and answer session, Chow spoke about her love for different types of leis and how she was first introduced to the art nearly three decades ago. She also shared tips on a wide variety of topics during her nearly one-hour talk, ranging from plant and flower gathering to traditional cultural practices. The museum then hosted a interactive demonstration following the talk in which attendees were given a chance to make their very own haku â€” a crownlike lei that is worn around a personâ€™s head â€” using floral and plant elements hand-picked by Chow. The event, which facilitated by â€œKauaâ€˜i Storiesâ€? author Pamela Varma Brown, is a part of the museumâ€™s ongoing Author Series that is highlighting talented local writers. The next talk story session hosted by Brown will be held June 1 at the Kauaâ€˜i Museum with Kumu Hula Leinaâ€˜ala Pavao Jardin, who will talk about her journey as a hula instructor followed by a brief performance by some of her students. Chow, who can be found on most Saturdays at the Kauaâ€˜i Community College Farmers Market, can be reached at 634-9999 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ISLAND CALENDAR Kaua‘i Community Players presents this musical based on the book by Studs Turkel, adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Fasso. The Kaua‘i production is directed by Ross Martineau with musical direction by Arnold Meister. Tickets cost $25.
SATURDAY KAUA‘I POLYNESIAN FESTIVAL NOON TO 10 P.M. VIDINHA STADIUM, SOCCER FIELD The Kamanawa Foundation presents the 12th Annual Kaua‘i Polynesian Festival this weekend. Come for Hawaiian entertainment, solo and group dance competitions, games, food booths and workshops. Entrance fee is $10. For more information or to enter any of the competitions, call Kapu Kinimaka-Alquiza at 335-6466. kauaipolynesianfestival.org SLACK KEY CONCERT 5 TO 7 P.M. CHILDREN OF THE LAND Tickets cost $20. Call 826-1469.
FRIDAY KAUA‘I POLYNESIAN FESTIVAL NOON TO 10 P.M. VIDINHA STADIUM, SOCCER FIELD The Kamanawa Foundation presents the 12th Annual Kaua‘i Polynesian Festival. Starts today and runs through the weekend. Come for Hawaiian entertainment, solo and group dance competitions, games, food booths and workshops. Entrance fee is $10 per day or $25 for all three days. For more information or to enter any of the competitions, call Kapu Kinimaka-Alquiza at 335-6466. ‘RE:CONSTRUCTIONS’ ART CAFE HEMINGWAY Art exhibit by Rhonda Forsberg.
‘RE:CONSTRUCTIONS’ Artist Rhonda Forsberg creations are exhibited at Art Cafe Hemingway. The exhibit runs through June 30. This exhibit runs through June 30. NAVY LEAGUE EVENT 5:30 P.M. COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT Counterintelligence presentation by FBI special agent Eric S. Dean. Tickets cost $40. Call Stu Burley at 651-1111 to hold a seat. SLACK KEY CONCERT 4 TO 6 P.M. HANALEI FAMILY COMMUNITY CENTER Tickets cost $20. Call 826-1469
‘HARVEST OF EMPIRE’ 6 P.M. KAPA‘A LIBRARY From the book by Juan Gonzalez, co-host of Democracy Now, “Harvest of Empire” connects the long history of U.S. military and corporate intervention in Latin America to the immigration crisis in the headlines today. Danitza Galvan will play and sing Latin music before the screening. ‘WORKING’ THE MUSICAL 7 P.M. PUHI THEATRICAL WAREHOUSE
‘WORKING’ THE MUSICAL 7 P.M. PUHI THEATRICAL WAREHOUSE Kaua‘i Community Players presents this musical based on the book by Studs Turkel, adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Fasso. The Kaua‘i production is directed by Ross Martineau with musical direction by Arnold Meister. Tickets cost $25. MARCH AGAINST MONSANTO 9:30 A.M. TO 2 P.M. KAUA‘I VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER Sign-making will be from 9:30 to 10:30 at Children of the Land and sign waving to follow from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. JUSTIN KOLLAR PURSUING
JUSTICE 2 TO 4 P.M. KAPA‘A LIBRARY The Wailua-Kapa‘a Neighborhood Association features guest speaker Justin Kollar, Kaua‘i County Prosecuting Attorney, discussing the functions and priority initiatives of the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney and how it impacts citizens and the criminal justice process.
SUNDAY KAUA‘I POLYNESIAN FESTIVAL NOON TO 10 P.M. VIDINHA STADIUM, SOCCER FIELD The Kamanawa Foundation presents the 12th Annual Kaua‘i Polynesian Festival this weekend. Come for Hawaiian entertainment, solo and group dance competitions, games, food booths and workshops. Entrance fee is $10. For more information or to enter any of the competitions, call Kapu Kinimaka-Alquiza at 335-6466. www.kauaipolynesianfestival. org OKOLEHAO TRAIL Join the Sierra Club on a Nort Shore hike. Strenuous 4 miles round-trip. An afternoon hike climbs 1,200 feet along a ridge behind Hanalei Valley. Call Kathy Valier at 826-7302. SLACK KEY CONCERT 3 TO 5 P.M. HANALEI FAMILY COMMUNITY CENTER Tickets cost $20. Call 826-1469 for more information. ‘WORKING’ THE MUSICAL 5 P.M. PUHI THEATRICAL WAREHOUSE Kaua‘i Community Players presents this musical based on the book by Studs Turkel, adapted by Stephen Schwartz and Nina
Fasso. The Kaua‘i production is directed by Ross Martineau with musical direction by Arnold Meister. Tickets cost $25.
MONDAY 2013 SUMMER TENNIS CAMP 9 A.M. TO NOON HANALEI BAY RESORT This is a opportunity to become better tennis players and make new friends in a fun, positive atmosphere. Ideal for beginners and intermediates, ages 5-11. Contact 821-8225 for more information. Class costs $125 per week or $35 per day. This is the begining of the first week of camp and runs through May 31. TAHITIAN DANCE CHILDREN 3 TO 4 P.M. JOY OF MOVEMENT DANCE STUDIO IN THE DRAGON BUILDING To register call (540) 798-9516.
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STEVE MU 6 TO 8 P.M. SEAVIEW TERRACE Hawaiian
RON TOKI 5 TO 7 P.M. JOES ON THE GREEN Contemporary
30AAH;6>=I0;4B FRIDAY ANJELA ROSE 6:30 TO 8:30 P.M. MEDITERRANEAN GOURMET Folk, Jazz KELIâ€™I KANEALIâ€™I 6:30 TO 9 P.M. TAHITI NUI Hawaiian BLUEFINGER 9:30 P.M. TO 12:30 A.M. TAHITI NUI Rock N Roll MILO MATHEWS 6 TO 9 P.M. BACKYARDS Rock, Blues, Funk APPLESAUCE 10 P.M. TO 12 A.M. BACKYARDS Funk Fusion, Rock PANCHO GRAHAM 6 TO 9 P.M. HUKILAU LANAI Slack Key LIVE MUSIC 4 P.M. TO 2 A.M. ROBS GOODTIMEâ€™S GRILL RUSSEL WELLINGTON 4:30 TO 6:30 P.M. TOMKATS Hawaiian THE QUAKE 10:30 P.M. TO 1 A.M. TOMKATS Pop, Rock, R&B STRING THEORY 4 TO 6 P.M. LAVA LAVA Rock, Blues
Darryl Gonzales performs 6 to 8 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays at the SeaView Terrace at the Grand Hyatt Resort and Spa. He just finished his first CD, â€˜Into Existence.â€™ SARA THOMPSON 6:30 TO 8:30 P.M. RUM FIRE Folk, Jazz GREENSTONE PROJECT 8 TO 11 P.M. STEVENSONâ€™S LIBRARY Jazz LEILANI LOW 6 P.M. TO 8 P.M. SEAVIEW TERRACE Hawaiian
SATURDAY SARA THOMPSON 6:30 TO 8:30 P.M. MEDITERRANEAN GOURMET Folk, Jazz KAIMI & THE BOYS 6:30 TO 9 P.M. TAHITI NUI Hawaiian LOPAKA & GANG 6 TO 9 P.M. BACKYARDS Hawaiian CONSCIOUS ROOTS 10 P.M. TO 1 A.M. BACKYARDS Reggae, Rock WALLY & POLEI PALMERIA 6 TO 9 P.M. HUKILAU LANAII Classic Old Hawaiian DOUG & SANDY McMASTERS 5 TO 7 P.M.
CHILDREN OF THE LAND Hawaiian Slack Key DJ DANCE CLUB 10 P.M. TO 2 A.M. ROBS GOODTIMEâ€™S GRILL TR NIGHT CLUB 10 P.M. TO 2 A.M. TORTILLA REPUBLIC KEONI LOA JAZZ QUARTET 8 TO 11 P.M. STEVENSONâ€™S LIBRARY Jazz LEILANI LOW 6 TO 8 P.M. SEAVIEW TERRACE Hawaiian
SUNDAY GARRETT SANTOS 6 TO 9 P.M. MEDITERRANEAN GOURMET Contemporary
MADISON 4 TO 6 P.M. LAVA LAVA Folk, Pop
ANJELA ROSE 6:30 TO 8:30 P.M. MEDITERRANEAN GOURMET Folk, Jazz
MANUEL MENDEZ 6:30 TO 8:30 P.M. RUM FIRE Flamenco
MIKE KEALE 6 TO 8 P.M. TAHITI NUI Contemporary Hawaiian
KEONI LOA JAZZ QUARTET 8 TO 11 P.M. STEVENSONâ€™S LIBRARY Jazz
SANTIAGO SOTO 4 TO 6 P.M. ROBS GOODTIMEâ€™S GRILL Rock, Reggae, Blues
LEILANI LOW & HAUNANI 6 TO 8 P.M. SEAVIEW TERRACE Hawaiian
KIRBY KEOUGH 5 TO 7 P.M. JOES ON THE GREEN Rock, Country, Hawaiian
MUCH LOVE 6:30 TO 8:30 P.M. RUM FIRE Funk, Pop
JAZZ BEACH 6:30 TO 8:30 P.M. MEDITERRANEAN GOURMET Jazz
KAUAI JAZZ QUARTET 8 TO 11 P.M. STEVENSONâ€™S LIBRARY Jazz
MIKE KEALE 6 TO 9 P.M. HUKILAU LANAI Contemporary Hawaiian
DARRYL GONZALES 6 TO 8 P.M. SEAVIEW TERRACE Hawaiian
LIVE MUSIC 4 TO 10 P.M. ROBS GOODTIMEâ€™S GRILL
DJ DANCE PARTY 11 P.M. TO 2 A.M. TOMKATS DJ Mike Lopez
TAPUARII (TAPU) LAUGHLIN 6:30 TO 9 P.M. TAHITI NUI Tahitian, Hawaiian
KANAK ATTACK 6:30 TO 9:30 P.M. TAHITI NUI Hawaiian
DOUG & SANDY McMASTERS 3 TO 5 P.M. HANALEI COMM. CNTR. Hawaiian Slack Key
SANTIAGO SOTO 5:30 TO 7:30 P.M. BACKYARDS Rock, Reggae, Blues
TIM LARANIO 6 TO 9 P.M. HUKILAU LANAI Contemporary
EASY LIVING JAZZ 6 TO 9 P.M. HUKILAU LANAI Jazz
KALANI KAIMINAAUAO 5 TO 7 P.M.
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KIRBY KEOUGH 5 TO 7 P.M. JOES ON THE GREEN Rock, Country, Hawaiian BILLY PAUL 4 TO 6 P.M. LAVA LAVA Country, Rock, Pop MICHAEL RUFF 6:30 TO 8:30 P.M. RUM FIRE Jazz, Blues, Pop GREENSTONE PROJECT 8 TO 11 P.M. STEVENSONâ€™S LIBRARY Jazz DARRYL GONZALES 6 TO 8 P.M. SEAVIEW TERRACE Hawaiian
THURSDAY LIVE MUSIC 5:30 TO 9:30 P.M. TAHITI NUI Keola Yokotake, 5:30 to 6:30 P.M. Kanak Attack, 6:30 tot 9:30 P.M. DENNIS CHUN 6 TO 9 P.M. HUKILAU LANAI Contemporary LIVE MUSIC 5 TO 11 P.M. ROBS GOODTIMEâ€™S GRILL DJ DANCE NIGHT 10 P.M. TO 2 A.M. TOMKATS DJ Mike Lopez UNDERATED 8:30 TO 11:30 P.M. TORTILLA REPUBLIC Rock, Alternative
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Kids Summer Fest! Saturday, June 8th 9:30 amâ€“12:30 pm Smithâ€™s Tropical Paradise Wailua Marina Registration begins at 9:00 am A free Hawaiâ€˜i Pacific Health community health event brought to you by the Wilcox Health Bone & Joint Center and the Pediatric Department at Kauaâ€˜i Medical Clinic.
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