Hawaiian Sense of Place

Hawaiian Sense of Place

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Friday, July 28th @ 9:00am

Hawaiian Sense of Place

Date: Friday, July 28th

Time: Registration opens at 9am. The 1st workshop is 10am to 12 noon and the 2nd workshop is 1:30pm to 3:30pm.

Admission: FREE – Fee for supplies

Contact: info@koloaplantationdays.com

Driving Directions: Koloa Neighborhood Center

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Cultural workshops at Koloa Neighborhood Center featuring leimaking, hula, lomi, carving and more 9:00am-12:00pm and 1:30pm-3:30pm.

Register on site for morning and afternoon workshops. Fee for supplies. 

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Hawaiian Sense of Place

Hawaiian Sense of Place

Fri July 28
9am-3:30pm (2 workshops: 10am-noon & 1:30pm-3:30pm)
Admission: FREE • Fee for Supplies
Location: Koloa Neighborhood Center

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Old Koloa Town Historical Walk

Old Koloa Town Historical Walk

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Friday, July 28th @ 10.00am

Old Koloa Town Historical Walk

Date: Friday, July 28

Time: 10am

Admission: FREE

Contact: 808- 742-7393

Driving Directions: Departing from the Monument across from Sueoka’s and walking through Old Kōloa Town

Hosted by Marty Kuala

Directions from Google Maps

Meet your guide by the Monument.

Walk and learn about the history of Old Koloa Town, which was built up around one of Hawaii’s first commercial sugar plantations.

Marty will take you to the 3rd Koloa Mill, the Monument and point out historic buildings and chat about their previous incarnations as a dispensary, churches, motel for traveling salesmen, supply store for whaling ships, soda factory, and other enterprises.

This is a great way to work up your lunch appetite and to learn a lot about historic and charming Koloa Town.

Koloa Plantation Days Old Town
Koloa Plantation Days Salvation Army

Other Events On This Day

Hawaiian Sense of Place

Hawaiian Sense of Place

Fri July 28
9am-3:30pm (2 workshops: 10am-noon & 1:30pm-3:30pm)
Admission: FREE • Fee for Supplies
Location: Koloa Neighborhood Center

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Flavors of Kukui‘ula: Koloa Plantation Days

Flavors of Kukui‘ula at Koloa Plantation Days

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Friday, July 28th @ 5:30pm

Flavors of Kukui‘ula at Koloa Plantation Days

Date: Friday, July 28

Time: 5:30pm-8:30pm

Admission: FREE

Contact: 808-742-9545
TheShopsatKukuiula.com

Driving Directions: The Shops at Kukui`ula
2829 Ala Kalanikaumaka, Koloa

Hosted by The Shops at Kukui’ula

Directions from Google Maps

Koloa Plantation Days food
Koloa Plantation Days Shops at Kukuiula

On Friday, July 29, from 5:30pm to 8:30pm, The Shops at Kukui‘ula will present Flavors of Kukui‘ula in celebration of Koloa Plantation Days. As Kauai’s largest family-friendly pau hana party, Flavors of Kukui‘ula will pay homage to the island’s plantation heritage. Enjoy live music entertainment, plantation treats and delicacies, and a variety of alcoholic drinks and non-alcoholic refreshments.

Joining the celebration is Kaua‘i’s premier kachi-kachi band, Wally Rita and Friends, with an opening performance by one of Kaua‘i’s beloved musicians, Clyde Letreta. Come dance the night away under the Hawaiian stars!

The Shops at Kukui’ula boasts the island’s best collection of restaurants and retailers including:

  • Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi

  • Merriman’s Fish House

  • Table at Poipu

  • Living Foods

  • The Dolphin Poipu

  • Tommy Bahama

  • Tori Richard

  • Crazy Shirts

  • Deja Vu Surf

  • SoHa Living

For more information, visit theshopsatkukuiula.com, follow @shopsatkukuiula on Facebook and Instagram
or call 808-742-9545.

Other Events On This Day

Hawaiian Sense of Place

Hawaiian Sense of Place

Fri July 28
9am-3:30pm (2 workshops: 10am-noon & 1:30pm-3:30pm)
Admission: FREE • Fee for Supplies
Location: Koloa Neighborhood Center

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Historic Sugar Exhibit

Historic Sugar Exhibit

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Sunday, July 23rd through Friday, July 28th @ 4.00pm

Historic Sugar Exhibit

Date: Sunday, July 23 through Friday, July 28

Time: 4-7pm

Admission: 

Contact: 808-742-2831

Driving Directions: Poipu Shopping Village
2360 Kiahuna Plantation Drive, Poipu

Hosted by Poipu Shopping Village

Directions from Google Maps

Historic Sugar Exhibit Koloa Plantation Days Kauai

The Historic Sugar Exhibit – Plantation Museum, features portraits of plantation life by photographer Carol Ann Davis, along with a century of archival images from the plantation era courtesy of Grove Farm Homestead Museum. The exhibit also includes artifacts from plantation camp life provided by local families and the Grove Farm Homestead Museum.

Volunteers and docents, authors, and historians from the Kauai Historical Society, which was established in 1914, will share Koloa’s cultural traditions, people, and stories of Old Koloa. Grove Farm’s “Long Sugar” and “Sweet Refrain” movies will alternate showings throughout the week. Museum and Book Store open daily from 4pm to 7pm through Friday, July 29.

For more information contact
Kauai Historical Society at 808-245-3373.

Koloa Plantation Days Kauai Historical Society