Chamber Music Kauai to perform this weekend

Chamber Music Kauai, the island’s only vocal and orchestral ensemble dedicated exclusively to classical music, will present its “Classical Christmas” concerts on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and again on Sunday at 3 p.m.

Portrayal of Kauai’s last king

The life of the ali‘i ai moku Kaumuali‘i, the last king of Kauai, is being portrayed in a one-act drama that is coming to the Kauai Museum today.

Holiday happenings at Kauai Museum

The Kauai Museum’s annual Christmas Craft Fair (with food from several community providers), the Hawaii Foodbank Kauai branch’s holiday bash at the Rice Shopping Center, the opening night of the Festival of Lights featuring the Kauai Chorale at the Historic County Building and the annual Rotary Club of Kauai’s Lights on Rice holiday parade were reasons why Lihue bristled with excitement last Friday.

Moses Goods to portray Kaumuali‘i

The life of the ali‘i ai moku Kaumuali‘i, the last king of Kauai, is being portrayed in a one-act drama that is coming to the Kauai Museum on Sunday.

‘Merry Glitzmas!’ is musical theme

Island School’s three choral ensembles, together comprising the Island School Chorus, will take the stage Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 6:30 p.m. at the Kauai Community College Performing Arts Center to present their 12th annual winter concert.

Bring on the holidays!

Aida Kawamura was the winner of the Las Vegas trip giveaway, the first person following a list of people who did not respond in the rain-soaked, windy area of the Kukui Grove Center during the shopping center’s launch into the holiday season. Among the rules of the contest, sponsored by Kukui Grove Center, The Garden Island and Midweek newspapers, you had to be present to win.

‘Ev’rbody Wants to Be A Cat!’

KALAHEO — A nonstop thrill ride of feline fun, complete with twists and turns welcomes guests to the Kalaheo School Sunshine Express production of Disney’s The Aristocats KIDS when curtains rise at the Kalaheo School cafetorium Friday.

Find ‘Beauty’ in every moment of life, through a poet’s words

Every year there is a Kauai Writers Conference. One of the featured authors was poet Jane Hirshfield, known also for her passion for history, environmentalism and science. We were invited to an opportunity to hear her read from a selection of her works, and hear her thoughts on poetry and the creative spirit.​

Kilauea chili a blast

The North Shore Lions Club hosted its first Fall Roundup Sunday at the Porter Pavilion at Anaina Hou Community Park in Kilauea.