View Kaneiolouma at Poipu

View Kaneiolouma at Poipu

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Monday, July 22nd @ 9.00am

View Kaneiolouma at Poipu

Date: Monday, July 22

Time: 9am

Admission: FREE

Contact: 808-332-5682

Driving Directions: At the Poipu Beach Park turnoff
Corner of Ho’owili Rd. and Poipu Rd

Directions from Google Maps

Koloa Plantation Days Wooden Bowl

Join members of Hui Malama o Kaneiolouma as they recount the vibrant history of Po‘ipū, with an introduction to their efforts to restore the area. Please park at Po‘ipū Beach Park and meet at the corner of Po‘ipū and Hoowili Roads (turnoff to Po‘ipū Beach Park).

Good walking shoes and sunscreen recommended.

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Smith Memorial Parsonage: Over a Century of History

Smith Memorial Parsonage

Over a Century of History

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Monday, July 22nd @ 2:00pm

Smith Memorial Parsonage:
Over a Century of History
An Afternoon of Stories,
Refreshments and Art

Date: Monday, July 22

Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm

Admission: FREE

Contact: 808-742-6622

Driving Directions: The Smith Memorial Parsonage, 3281 Waikomo Road, Kōloa

Hosted by Kōloa Union Church

Directions from Google Maps

Koloa Plantation Days Alan Akana
Koloa Plantation Days History

Kōloa Union Church (this year’s Grand Marshal in the Koloa Plantation Days Parade!) will be showing off the historic Smith Memorial Parsonage, which was built nearly a century ago (1928). It is a plantation-style home on a beautifully landscaped acre of land in the heart of Kōloa, given to the church as a parsonage for its pastors. At 2:30 p.m. Rev. Dr. Alan Akana, the current kahu (pastor) will talk about the history of the property, the house itself, and the Smith-Waterhouse families who lived on the property since 1842. The parsonage has been fully restored and doubles as an art gallery, featuring the vibrant watercolors of Kahu  Akana, an artist known for his paintings of the indigenous flowers of Hawai`i, including those found nowhere else in the world. The church will give tours of the parsonage and provide refreshments to our guests.

 

Rev. Dr. Alan Akana, a Native Hawaiian and ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, is an accomplished artist and a published author of Hawaiian history and culture. His book, The Volcano is Our Home: Nine Generations of a Hawaiian Family on Kilauea Volcano (2016), and his art (www.alanakanagallery.com) will be available for purchase, and proceeds will be donated to the parsonage restoration and maintenance fund.

 

Participants who are able are requested to park at Koloa Union Church, 3289 Poipu Road.

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One ‘Ohana Storytelling

One ‘Ohana with Master Storyteller Kathy “Tita” Collins

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Monday, July 22nd @ 6:30pm

One ‘Ohana with Master Storyteller Kathy “Tita” Collins

Date: Monday, July 22

Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm

Admission: FREE

Contact: 808-742-9545

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

Hosted by The Shops at Kukui’ula

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Cathy "Tita" Collins
Koloa Plantation Days Shops at Kukuiula

The Shops at Kukui‘ula welcome back Master Storyteller Kathy “Tita” Collins for “One ‘Ohana: A Plantation Life Storytelling” from 6:30pm to 8:00pm.

Kathy “Tita” Collins is a well-respected entertainer and a well-versed storyteller in English, Hawaiian and Hawaiian Pidgin English. The plantation-style architecture of The Shops at Kukui‘ula offers a beautiful setting to immerse yourself in island history and culture – and at the Palm Court, enjoy some cool refreshments as Tita recounts detailed narration of life during the plantation era.

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

  • Eating House 1849 by Roy Yamaguchi

  • Lappert’s Hawaii Ice Cream and Coffee

  • Merriman’s Fish House

  • Table at Poipu

  • Living Foods

  • The Dolphin Poipu

  • Hapa Kauai Ramen

  • Uncle’s Shave Ice

  • Cariloha

  • Malie Organics

  • OluKai

  • Poipu Surf

  • Reyn Spooner

  • Salt + Sea

  • SoHa Living

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

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Historic Sugar Exhibit

Historic Sugar Exhibit

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Sunday, July 21st through Friday, July 26th @ 4.00pm

Historic Sugar Exhibit

Date: Sunday, July 21 through Friday, July 26

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