Calendar of Events
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Kauai - June 2012
2ND ANNUAL KAUAI PLEIN AIR INVITATIONAL
Date: Wed. - Sat., June 16th, 1pm - 5pm, 2012
Place: Grove Farm museum, 4050 Nawiliwili Road, Lihue, Kauai
Contact: Barb Kennedy, (808) 635-7665, email@example.com
The week of June 9 to the 16th will see 17 plein air artists (artists who paint outdoors, on location) paint at least 5 paintings of various scenes throughout Kauai. At the end of the week there will be a reception at the Grove Farm museum (4050) Nawilili Rd., Lihue) Refreshments and live music will be offered and patrons can explore the grounds and buildings of the historic plantation estate of G.N Wilcox. The original artwork will be available for purchase, with 50% of the proceeds to benefit Waioli Mission House and Grove Farm museums. $20 admission at the door.
5TH ANNUAL RED CLAY JAZZ FESTIVAL KAUAI
Date: Wed. - Sat., June 27th - 30th, 2012
Place: Kauai Lagoons, Kauai
Contact: Judy Arrigo, (808) 822-3148, firstname.lastname@example.org
National and local jazz and blues artists play at the 5th Annual Red Clay Jazz Festival, at an ocean-view outdoor setting on Kauai, featuring Miss E.C. Scott and the Vanessa Santi Sextet. The four-day event offers local evening jam sessions, a special "Meet the Artists" party, locally grown foods, and an afternoon of top blues and jazz.
DOUG & SANDY MCMASTER'S HAWAIIAN SLACK KEY GUITAR & UKULELE CONCERTS
Date: Hanalei Concerts - Fridays at 4p.m. and Sundays at 3 p.m., 2012
Place: Hanalei Family Community Center down the little dirt access road across from St. Williams Catholic Church (Malolo Rd.) by the Waioli Park Soccer Fields, Kauai
Date: New Concert in Kapaa! - Slack Key Saturdays in Kapaa, Saturdays at 5 pm, 2012
Place: Na Keiki 'o Ka 'Aina Cultural Center located in the Kauai Village Shopping - Safeway/Longs - Under the Clock Tower, Kapaa, Kauai
Contact: Doug & Sandy McMaster, (808) 826-1469, email@example.com
One of a kind performance by Hawaiian slack key's most prolific composers, Doug & Sandy McMaster. Enjoy the magic soothing ambience of this fingerstyle, instrumental musical artform created by Hawaiian paniolo (cowboys) in the early 1800's. The longest running concert of it's kind, set in a relaxed, family style building in the hamlet of Hanalei on the north shore of Kauai nestled against the emerald green mountains, rich taro fields, incredible rainbows, with soft tradewinds carrying the sounds of surf and Hawaii's birds through the building. Experience slack key music in the real old style while learning about it's history, legendary players, and the history, culture, and environment of old Hawaii. Incredible value and one of the most aloha experiences in Hawaii. Audiences consistently rate this show Excellent - a highlight of our trip!
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