St. Raphael’s Church Coffee Hour & Talk Story

St. Raphael’s Church

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Saturday, July 20th @ 8.00am
Come early for pre-walk coffee hour and visit

St. Raphael’s Church
Coffee Hour & Talk Story

Date: Saturday, July 20

Time: Refreshments at 8-9am
Short Tour begins at 8:30am

Admission: FREE

Contact: 808-742-1955

Driving Directions: Meet at St. Raphel’s Church

Directions from Google Maps

Enjoy a light breakfast of morning coffee hour & fresh baked goods hosted by the St. Raphael’s Church volunteers before the Hapa Trail walk. Julie Souza will be conducting a tour of St. Raphael’s Church at 8:30am – there’s time to do the tour and then catch the start of Hapa Trail Walk departing at 9:00am. Grab a bottle of complimentary water for the trail.

Whether you continue onto the Hapa Trail walk or not, it is a worthwhile stop just to see this beautiful 175 year old church. You can feel the history as well as the Aloha from the community here.

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Historic Hapa Trail Walk

Historic Hapa Trail Walk

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Saturday, July 20th @ 9.00am

Historic Hapa Trail Walk

Date: Saturday, July 20

Time: 9am-12pm

Admission: FREE
Arrive early to park. No registration required. T-shirts available for purchase.

Contact: 808-651-1332

Driving Directions: Departing from St. Raphael’s Church

Hosted by Koloa Community Association and the Hapa Trail Restoration Committee

Directions from Google Maps

Koloa Plantation Days Hapa Trail Walk

An easy morning walk along historic Hapa Trail by the Koloa Community Association. Meet your tour guides at St. Raphael’s Church – this is the island’s oldest Catholic church, so your historical tour is off to a good start.

Hapa Road Trail was once a major route connecting Koloa and the Poipu area. Today, Hapa Trail has been designated by the County of Kauai as a pedestrian and bike way.

On the walk, the guides will share many interesting stories about life in the plantation days and the Koloa Field System. They will share knowledge of archeological surveys, history and point out archeological sites and archeological preserves in the area including the extensive and ingenious ‘auwai system the Hawaiians built to irrigate the area known as the Koloa Field System. The Koloa Field System occupied most of the southern portions of na ahupua‘a of Koloa and Weliweli.

We will be having special field system expert Hal Hammatt from Cultural Surveys Hawai’i lead the hike and be available to answer questions.

The Hapa Trail Restoration Committee and other members of the Koloa Community Association have worked hard to prepare Hapa Road Trail for this year’s walk, spending mornings clearing the undergrowth so that walkers can view and experience the road in a state as close to the original road as possible.

Following the roundtrip walk refreshments will be served at St. Raphael’s Church. Participants will enjoy more chances to “talk story”. The walk and tour is offered free of charge. Hapa Trail t-shirts also available for purchase.

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Historic Hapa Trail Walk

Historic Hapa Trail Walk

Sat Jul 20 | 9am-12pm
Free tour. Arrive early to park.
No registration required.
Departing from St. Raphael’s Church
Contact: 808-651-1332

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Keiki Fishing at Waita

Keiki Fishing at Waita

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Saturday, July 20th @ 1:00pm

Keiki Fishing
at Waita Reservoir

Date: Saturday, July 20

Time: 1-4pm

Admission: FREE – bring your own equipment

Driving Directions: Waita Reservoir

Contact: 808-742-2734
info@kauaiatv.com

Hosted by Kauai ATV

Directions from Google Maps

Visit Waita Reservoir on Saturday afternoon 1pm to 4pm for a FREE keiki “catch and release” fishing experience courtesy of Kauai ATV and Kauai Bass Fishing.

Waita is Hawaii’s largest body of fresh water and is home to tilapia, big mouth bass and peacock bass. A rare opportunity to introduce this family activity of bygone years to your keiki.

Reservations are required as space is limited. All keiki and family meet at Kauai ATV for check in and directions, located at 3477A Weliweli Road, Old Koloa Town. Bring your own equipment (bait and fishing poles).

For reservations call the Kauai ATV office
at 808-742-2734 or sign up online.

All keiki and family meet at Kauai ATV for check in and directions, located at 3477A Weliweli Road, Old Koloa Town.

Koloa Plantation Days Boys Fishing
Koloa Plantation Days Family Fishing

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