HANAMAULU — Old-style Hawaiian mele, hula lessons and performances and storytelling are all in full swing in the Jasmine Ballroom of the Kauai Beach Resort on Monday nights for several more weeks of E Kanikapila Kakou season.
“We have to change money into dollars to give to the performers,” said Miz Debz Saturday night during the DMD Productions’ presentation of “Evolution — The Musical Spectacular,” at the Kauai Beach Resort near Hanamaulu.
HANAMAULU — Hula lessons, dancing and live music are taking over the Jasmine Ballroom at the Kauai Beach Resort every Monday evening for the next 10 weeks for a Hawaiian-heritage music festival, the 37th season of E Kanikapila Kakou.
John Peacock, a former maintenance worker at Kukui Grove Center, repainted the “2020” logo used for a social media contact to match the colors of the Kauai Ocean Discovery center that opened Saturday morning.
Local entertainers Frank Cruz and Nick Castillo will join the Kapaa Middle School Ukulele Band for a few numbers during the third annual Aloha Keiki Fest that is a fundraiser for the Kapaa Middle School Choir and Ukulele Band.
“Wala‘au with Dickie Chang” is ending. It was a show on Kauai’s local TV channel that started from humble beginnings. From writing scripts in a cab to pitching the idea to investors, Chang remembered the work it took to make “Wala‘au” happen.