SCHEDULE OF ENTERTAINMENT

​Located in Hanapepe Park

FREE PRESENTATIONS 

​Located in Hanapepe Park


Friday, October 18, 2019
5:30 pm
“Growing Coffee”
Fred Cowell, General Manager of Kaua`i Coffee


7 pm
“Hawaii Chocolate 101 with tasting” 
Will Lydgate, Lydgate Farms
 
Saturday, October 19, 2019
10 am
“Coffee Roasting 101"
Roastmaster Richard Loero, Kauai Roastery LLC


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. 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.


1 pm
“How To Taste Chocolate” 
Miguel Chrisman, Owner & Operator
Theo’l Lady Farms, at Kealia

3 pm 
Shawn Steiman, Ph.D
"Making Great Coffee At Home"

Shawn Steiman, Ph.D, is a coffee scientist, consultant, and entrepreneur.  His coffee research has included coffee production, entomology, ecology, physiology, biochemistry, organoleptic quality, and brewing.  He is the owner of Coffea Consulting.  Steiman regularly presents seminars, workshops, and tastings at public and private events.  He has authored numerous articles in scientific journals, trade magazines, newsletters, and newspapers.  He is the author of The Hawai‘i Coffee Book, The Little Coffee Know-It-All, and co-editor and author of Coffee- A Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage, and the Industry.


Shawn Steinmann

2019 SILENT AUCTION





Friday, October 18, 2019

5 pm   Michael Keale
​6 pm   Koloa Dance House, Dance Performance
6:45 pm   `Ele`Mele Elementary 4th grade chorus

Desperado Orchestra

8 pm  Kiah Abendroth 



Saturday, October 19, 2019
10 am   Paul Togioka 
11 am    Charlie Iona and Clyde Latretta, Hawaiian Music 

Noon  Charity Ann & Kiah Abendroth  

1 pm   Tim Todd, Violinist     
    3 pm   Taiko Kauai

3:20 pm  Scott Stouder  

*Schedule subject to change
Emcee Randall Francisco

Fri. & Sat., October 18 & 19, 2019
Friday, 5 pm - 9 pm & Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm
in Historic Hanapape Town, Kaua`i, Hawai`i



2019 Silent Auction included items such as the following:

  • Original oil on canvas with custom frame by Marveta Fautch, from Kalakoa Kauai Gallery, $99 value
  • Original photo on aluminum, "Good Morning"  by Jan Brookshier, from Bridge Gallery, $95 value
  • Two seats on a 3.5 hr. Napali Sunset Tour, from Holo Holo Charters, $298.92 value
  • Sterling silver abalone necklace, from Big Blue Buddha, $26 value

​​​​​​​​​​​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.