​​​​​​​​​​​Friday & Saturday, October 20 & 21, 2017
Friday, 5 pm - 9 pm & Saturday, 10 am - 4 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 - 4 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.





 





Other Activities Happening During the Kauai Chocolate and Coffee Festival in Hanapepe:

 The Kauai Magic Show – with Magician Ed Morales

The first chance to see our own Kauai resident and  master of sleight of hand, Ed Morales.  Ed brings his Vegas Style comedy card magic to Kauai. You will be amazed with unforgettable feats of magic using ordinary playing cards.  Forget TV, nothing beats seeing magic performed up-close and personal.  Ed has appeared throughout the western United States and performed impromptu the Hollywood Magic Castle.

Free performances in Hanapepe during the Chocolate and Coffee Festival.  October 20th at 6:00, 7:00 or 8:00 p.m. Located at 3900 Hanapepe Road, Hanapepe.  RSVP text 1-808-635-6500



Friday, October 20, 2017
5 - 5:20 pm  Taiko Kauai

6 - 6:45 pm     KUGA, Dance Performance
7 - 7:30 pm     The Ladies of Ke'ala O Ka Laua'e Halau
8 pm     Kimberly Hope, Violinist

Saturday, October 21, 2017

10 - 10:30 am    Too Cool for School Jazz Band
10:45 - 11 am     Arrival of Princess Ka`iulani on horseback
11 am     Charlie Iona and Clyde Latretta, Hawaiian Music 
Noon     Paul Togioka, Slack Key Guitar
1 - 1:30 pm     The Ladies of Ke'ala O Ka Laua'e Halau

1:30  - 2:30 pm     Falling Down Romance 
2:30 - 3​ pm     Joyful Noise, Taiko Drumming

*Also 11 am - 3 pm Water Color Painting from nature at the Storybook Theatre located directly across the street




Coffee dyed t-shirts will also be sold by The Ladies of Ke'ala O Ka Laua'e Halau with the image shown below. 

Fri. & Sat., October 20 & 21, 2017
Friday, 5 pm - 9 pm & Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm
in Historic Hanapape Town, Kaua`i, Hawai`i

T-SHIRTS FOR SALE


About Will Lydgate


Will Lydgate is a leader in the new Hawaiian craft chocolate industry. A chocolate educator, chocolate tasting specialist, and manager at Steelgrass Farm, whose chocolate beans have been rated as among the best in the world, Will speaks on topics that hold the key to transforming our cultural relationship with chocolate and revitalizing agriculture in HI.


Fresh from his Tedx talk titled Changing the way we think about Chocolate, Will’s mission is to spread the much-needed message that dark chocolate is not only delicious; one  of the most powerful health foods known to man, it also holds an important key to the future prosperity of the Hawaiian islands.

 Will is from the island of Kauai, HI where his family first emigrated in 1867, making him the fifth-generation of Hawai`i Lydgates. Will hosts popular chocolate farm tours and tastings five days per week at his Steelgrass Farm in Wailua. In addition to chocolate, his farm raises award-winning honey, vanilla, and tropical fruits.


Will is also an accomplished instrumental performer, music producer, and educator.

 

 

 

 

About Kauai Roastery


Specialty Coffee: Sustainably Grown, Expertly Sourced, Artisan Roasted

Kauai Roastery specializes in 100 % Hawaiian Grown Coffee and sources only quality coffee beans from farms both local and global that meet sustainable agronomic practices. Our expertise and relationship with growers allow us to select vintage crops that deliver unique regional flavor profiles. As Artisan roasters our coffee is roasted to order in small batches. This permits us to offer our customers a full range of delicious possibilities unlike any other. We are passionate about delivering something special from the farm to your cup.

Kauai Roastery is a family owned and operated business located in the town of Waimea, on the sunny west side of Kauai. The Loero family has been involved in the coffee industry for three generations. Richard Loero holds a Masters of Science degree in Horticulture from the University of Hawaii and has managed coffee operations in Hawaii for over 25 years. He is Past President and Director of the Hawaii Coffee Growers Association and currently serves as agricultural advisor for coffee and tropical crop growers both local and global.

Friday, October 20, 2017
“Growing Coffee” -  Fred Cowell, General Manager of Kaua’i Coffee -- 5:30 pm

“Hawaii Chocolate 101 with tasting” -  Will Lydgate, Steelgrass Farm -- 7 pm

Saturday, October 21, 2017
 “Coffee Roasting 101"
Roastmaster Mr. Jared Morsey and Richard Loero, Kauai Roastery LLC -- 10 am

“Coffee 101” -  Susan Gray, Kauai Coffee -- Noon

“Hawaii Chocolate 101 with tasting” -  Will Lydgate, Steelgrass Farm -- 1:30 pm

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

​Located in Hanapepe Park

FREE PRESENTATIONS 

​Located in Hanapepe Park

SILENT AUCTION




Petrina Blakeley Core Stretch
Angelines
Hokuala Golf Course
Janet Boyd Acupuncture
Na Aina Kai
Smith’s Luau
Kauai Back Country Mountain Tubing
Silver Falls Ranch
Ohana Shops
Puahina
Machine Machine
Banana Patch Studio
Aloha Spice Co
From Individuals:
Ileana Carrena
Andy and Fran White
Dan and Deb Slater
Akiko Yasukawa
Fumi Cabebe

Nancy Forbes

Plus be sure to check out our silent auction, a benefit for The Ladies of Ke'ala O Ka Laua'e Halau.  The Ladies of Ke’ala O Ka Laua’e halau formed on Kauai in 2004 under the leadership of Kumu Healani Youn who teaches the unique style of her Kumu Darrell Lupenui. He states, “The art of Hawaiian dance can best be expressed in the hula which takes its stories from life itself.” Kumu Healani won the Miss Aloha contest in 1985. The halau meets regularly in Anahola.


Silent Auction includes items such as the following:

HoloHolo Charters - Gift Certificate for 2 complimentary seats on 7-hour "Niihau Napali Super Tour" - value $458.68
Kauai ATV - Gift Certificate for 2 mud bug guests on Waterfall tour - value $302.00
Koloa Zipline - Gift Certificate for 2 guests on Koloa Zipline - value $298.00

Kauai Chocolate Company -16 piece Opihi Chocolate box - value $25 
Silver Falls Ranch - 2 guests for 3 hour ride, waterfall swim & picnic - value $278 
Kauai Backcountry Mountain Tubing Adventure - Two certificates for their 3 hour flume, tunnel tubing tour - value $106 each 

and from other generous donors including:

Pau Hana Pizza
Bee King Apiary
Hoku Foods
Kauai Kookie
Big Save
Times Market
Salty Wahini
Kauai Chocolate Co
MCS Grill
Orchid Alley
Light source Massage
Captain Andy’s 
Kauai Sea Tours
Blue Dolphin
Holo Holo Charters
Kauai ATV

​Koloa Zipline
Jose Espinosa Massage
Hukilau Lanai
Bobby’s Restaurant
Kauai Beach Resort
Grand Hyatt Hotel
Arius Hopman Gallery
Tire Warehouse
Ken Solin Rolfing





Princess Ka’iulani Keiki Fest - Saturday October 21, 2017


Each year during the month of October, Storybook Theatre of Hawaii has
celebrated the life and memory of Princess Victoria Ka’iulani (1875-1899)
the last Hawaiian to be the heir apparent to the throne of the Hawaiian Kingdom.

A celebration will take place in "Kauai's Biggest Little Town" of
Hanapepe, to commemorate and continue the legacy of this dynamic
Princess who had a vision of commonwealth for her people within the
community of the nations of the world as a self-determining kingdom.


What: "Princess Ka’iulani Keiki Festival"
When: Saturday, October 21, 11:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Where: Storybook Theatre and Hanapepe Hawaiian Congregational Church
Cost: Everyone is welcomed and attendance is free to the public.
Donations are accepted at Storybook Theatre.

A Special Media Presentation
[1] ‘In The Footsteps of Our Princess‘ During the month’s of September and
October, Storybook Theatre’s Russell the Rooster TV show will feature this 40
minute, 2013 documentary film on Spectrum Cable Channel 6 (see local listings for
broadcast times). The Show includes an interview of the 2017 Princess, Khelcie
Brianne Naleimakanalani Rosa, her mother Maka Rosa and her Kumu Hula Kapu
Alquiza. The interview is hosted by Desire’e Duclayan with videotography by
Bamboo Moon Video and Sound by Wildwood Studio’s. ‘In The Footsteps of Our
Princess’ is a docu-drama featuring young women who portrayed Princess Ka’iulani
at Storybook Theatre’s events over the last 14 years.

A Special Family Event
[2] The Princess Ka’iulani Keiki Festival event features the Princess arrival on
horseback and performances of Hawaiian hula, Classical Ballet and Joyful Noise
Taiko Drumming which will be followed by Kauai’s only children’s main street
costume parade led by the Princess herself. To end the special day the Princess will
have her birthday party for all the keiki in Sparky’s Garden.

Our 2017 Festival Princess will be portrayed by Khelcie Brianne
Naleimakanalani Rosa who is the daughter of Kenneth and Apryle Rosa of
Lihue. She is 11 years old and is in the sixth grade at Chiefess Kamakahelei
Middle School. At school, Khelcie's favorite subjects are Social Studies and
Science. When she is not in school Khelcie enjoys hula dancing and playing
soccer. She has played organized soccer since she was four years old. She has
been a member of Na Hula O Kaohikukapulani since she was five.

Program of Entertainment
Mistress of Ceremonies - Mauliola Cook, Princess Ka’iulani and her retainers
and dancers who are members of Hula O Kaohikukapulani, Kumu Hula Kapu
Alquiza; Dancers from Kauai Dance Theater, Janie Crane Artistic Director will
perform several dances in honor of Princess Ka’iulani; Cary Valentine & Joyful

Noise Taiko drummers will perform and will provide the music for the
children’s parade on Hanapepe Road; Hawaiian Slack Key Master, Cindy
Combs will perform on stage before the Princess‘ birthday party begins.

Activities:
Hanapepe Contemporary Artists Caylin Spear and Arius Hopman will offer
their unique style of painting instruction to young people at Storybook
Theatre, Koke’e Museum’s Bird Capes and Storybook’s Nylon Zoo costumes
will be available to use during the Children’s parade; all keiki are welcome to
come and enjoy Princess Ka’iulani’s Birthday Party in Sparky’s Garden where
there will be party games and prizes. Master Cake Chef Patty Synder of
Waimea will bake the Princess’ favorite Birthday Cake.

Food and drinks:
Hanapepe Town restaurants and stores will be open during the event and the
Chocolate and Coffee Festival will also be in full swing on the day of the event.
There will be many food trucks and refreshments on hand.

Event Sponsors:
Storybook Theatre, Hanapepe Hawaiian Congregational Church, Kauai Island
Utility Cooperative, Kauai Visitor Industry Charity Walk, People Attentive to
Children, Hau’oli Mau Loa Foundation, the Hawaii State Foundation on
Culture and the Arts and the G. N. Wilcox Trust.
Contact: Mark Jeffers - 335-0712 - director@storybook.org