​​​​​​​​​​​Friday & Saturday, October 21 & 22, 2016
Friday, 5 pm - 9 pm & Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm
in Historic Hanapape Town, Kaua`i, Hawai`i

Tickets are $12 in advance and $18 at the Festival, while supplies last.






MAIN STAGE SCHEDULE

Friday ~ 5 pm - 9 pm


5 pm  ~  Tsunami Taiko

Tsunami Taiko started off as an all-children group about 18 years  ago. Some of you may have even watched these children grow up over the years. They continue to promote a drug-free lifestyle by providing a healthy activity for children. If anyone is interested, we have beginner classes on Mondays from 5:00 pm

 in the band room at Waimea High School. 

6 pm  ~ KUGA 


7 pm   ~ Paul Togioka 

8 pm  ~ Falling Down Romance

Offering a spirited performance of worldly exotic grooves, with classical and pop overtones.  With Diane Rubio on vocals, electric cello, exotic flutes and ukulele; and Dan Cruces on hybrid drums and electronica, Falling Down Romance provides a mesmerizing show that is both visually & audibly stunning.


OTHER EVENT HIGHLIGHTS ~ Friday

Enjoy a silent auction by the Ladies  Halau Ka Waikahe Lani Malie - Kaua`i 

Keiki activities at Storybook Theater during the festival hours

 Plus come visit the 20+ local crafter's, vendors & informational booths


Saturday ~ 10 am - 5 pm 

11 am ~  Artistic License Hawaii


Noon ~ Sheraton Kauai Resort Chocolate & Coffee demonstration

2 pm ~ Courtyard Marriott Kauai at Coconut Beach

Chocolate & Coffee demonstration

3-5 pm ~ Hawaiian Music by Charlie Iona and Clyde Latretta 


OTHER EVENT HIGHLIGHTS - Saturday


Enjoy a silent auction by the Ladies  Halau Ka Waikahe Lani Malie - Kaua`i 


Keiki activities at Storybook Theatre during the festival hours plus
 Saturday from 10 a.m - noon there will be a mixed media painting workshop using printmaking techniques based on images of coffee and chocolate plants.   Plus at 2 pm join us for a "Golden Coin Hunt.


 Plus come visit the 20+ local crafters, vendors & 
informational booths who will be at the event. 


Silent Auction on both Friday and Saturday by  
The Ladies of Halau Ka Waikahe Lani Malie - Kaua`i














WORKSHOPS


Hosted by Hanapepe Cafe located at 3830 Hanapepe Road, Hanapepe, Hi 96716 
Limited to 12 people. Attendees will get a free event coffee mug.
​$15 for coffee workshops and $25 for the chocolate workshops 



Friday, October 21, 2016

5 pm - 6 pm   "Coffee on the Brain"

presented by Kauai Coffee's Susan Gray

Description: This presentation will focus on our five senses as we prepare three different Kauai Coffees in three different ways. Hands on experience as farmers; Seeing coffee cherries up close; Listening for the crack of roasting; the Smell when its ground, and of course the Taste of good coffee. Each of our 5 senses will be covered as we watch the different ways to prepare coffee and then taste the results. 

This is an interactive workshop & conversation about your reaction to the coffees

and your overall evaluation is encouraged.  $15


6 pm - 6:30 pm  "Changing the way we taste chocolate!" 
 Will Lydgate of Steelgrass Farm 

Description:  Chocolate was worshiped as a divinity in the ancient world of the Olmecs and Aztecs, as well as revered as a health tonic in Europe, starting in the seventeenth century.  So, how come when I was growing up chocolate was just candy bars, and considered unhealthy??? In my talk, 'changing the way we think about chocolate', I'll explain what happened.  Includes 2 chocolate samples $25



Saturday, October 22, 2016

10 am - 11 am  "Coffee on the Brain" presented by Kauai Coffee's Susan Gray

Description: This presentation will focus on our five senses as we prepare three different Kauai Coffees in three different ways. Hands on experience as farmers; Seeing coffee cherries up close; Listening for the crack of roasting; the Smell when its ground, and of course the Taste of good coffee. Each of our 5 senses will be covered as we watch the different ways to prepare coffee and then taste the results.  This is an interactive workshop & conversation about your reaction to the

coffees and your overall evaluation is encouraged.  $15

 
11 am - 11:30 am "Changing the way we taste chocolate!"

 Will Lydgate of Steelgrass Farm

Description:  Description:  Chocolate was worshiped as a divinity in the ancient world of the Olmecs and Aztecs, as well as revered as a health tonic in Europe, starting in the seventeenth century.  So, how come when I was growing up chocolate was just candy bars, and considered unhealthy??? In my talk, 'changing the way we think about chocolate', I'll explain what happened.  Includes 2 chocolate samples $25


11:30 am - 12;30 pm Hawaii Coffee:  From Seed to Cup

Richard Loero of Kauai Roastery LLC
Description: The coffee we enjoy each day has taken a long journey to from seed to cup. This workshop will overview of the multiple facets of coffee production and processing in Hawaii and their final impact on our daily cup. $15
 


1 pm - 1:30 pm "Changing the way we taste chocolate!" 
 Will Lydgate of Steelgrass Farm

Description:  Description:  Chocolate was worshiped as a divinity in the ancient world of the Olmecs and Aztecs, as well as revered as a health tonic in Europe, starting in the seventeenth century.  So, how come when I was growing up chocolate was just candy bars, and considered unhealthy??? In my talk, 'changing the way we think about chocolate', I'll explain what happened.  Includes 2 chocolate samples $25

 $25


3 pm   "Growing Coffee"

Presentation by Kauai Coffee's Orchard Managers

 Fred Cowell, President of Kaua`i Coffee $15


Anyone who requires an ADA for effective communication or a modification of policies and procedures to participate fully in this event should contact us as soon as possible,

but no later than 7 days before the event. 

Japanese Grandma's Chef Tasting

Saturday, October 22nd &

Sunday, October 23rd with two seating's.

5:15 pm & 7:30 pm
There will also be a chocolate and wine pairing 

Saturday in the Garden at 1 pm and 3 pm for $25

Contact the restaurant for details.