Saturday, May 9, Musicians, Melodies and Memories
This is the Kauai Historical Society Spring fundraiser pa‘ina at Smith’s Tropical Paradise, 5:30-9:00. Some of Kauai’s favorite musicians from all parts of the island will come together for a high-energy concert of Hawaiian music. Buffet dinner, no-host cocktails, silent auction. Musicians confirmed to date: Darryl Gonzales, Kirby Keogh, Pancho Graham, Garret Santos, Dennis Chun. More musicians to come. Reservations $85 per person. Bring ukulele, guitars, hula for great Hawaiian jam.
- Kamehameha Publishing: three books
- Lawai Beach Resort: Certificate for 2 nights in 1 bedroom unit
- Grand Hyatt Kauai: Weekend stay, run of the house; $200 certificate for Tidepools, 1-day pool pass
- Restaurant Kintaro: 4 certificates, $25 each
- Poipu Bay Golf Course: two rounds of golf
- Aqua Hospitality: two nights at Kauai Shores Hotel, 1 room
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