The event is held at Wai'oli Beach Park, He'e Rd, right on the bay in Hanalei. Park at Wai'oli Town Park on Kuhio Hwy (follow the signs) and catch the shuttle bus.
May Day by the Bay is a Community Event celebrating the Hawaiian culture through Music, Hula, Cultural demonstrations by local Practitioners, a Kaua'i made products Craft Fair, Displays by community groups, a Silent Auction and Ono (delicious) Food.
10:00am – 5:00pm, gate opens at 9:30am $5 admission fee – 5 years old & under are free
Students from Waimea Canyon Middle School visited PMRF will take part in Earth Day Celebrations held at Majors Bay during the 2016 PMRF Earth Day Celebrations Event. Students will rotating through a variety of educational stations sponsored by PMRF, government and state agencies, schools and non-profit organizations enhancing their understanding of cultural and natural resources while raising awareness on the importance of resource conservation.
Recent reports of an outbreak of coral mortality along Kaua‘i’s north shore (specifically at ‘Anini and Makua), have raised concerns in our community. For a better understanding of the science behind these reports, Mayor Bernard Carvalho invites you to join experts from the University of Hawai‘i for a briefing: Thursday, December 13, 2013, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm at Hale Halawai ‘Ohana O Hanalei Presenters include Dr. Greta Aeby, Assistant Researcher for the Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology, and Sean Callahan, Professor, Department of Microbiology.
Waipa -- 1/2 mile past Hanalei Hanalei Watershed Hui will be there with our Mobile Lab!
Waipa Kalo Festival 2012 The Waipa Foundation invites you to our 2012 Kalo Festival on Saturday, December 1st from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. E komo mai! Please join us for a community ho'olaulea at Waipa's beautiful Halulu Fishpond, alongside Hanalei Bay!
Hale Halawai ‘Ohana O Hanalei Hanalei Community Center
The Hanalei Watershed Hui is inviting the public to a June 6 meeting to address what is going on with Hanalei Bay Watershed. In addition, the hui is reminding the public the Hanalei Watershed Management Plan is ready for review and comment.
Hawai`i, O`ahu, Kaua`i Sanctuary Ocean Count Count humpback whales and record their behaviors from various shore sites around the islands. This is the last Sanctuary Ocean Count event for 2012 - don't miss your chance to register! Place: Various Sites Throughout the Islands of O`ahu, Hawai`i, and Kaua`i Time: 8:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m Contact:Register online or call 1-888-55WHALE ext. 253
Kamehameha Schools Spring camp students will be learning about sustainable fishing practices in Hanalei. We will teach them all about the Hanalei fishery and our fish gonad study. Check back at a later date for more information.
Princeville Library Free, no reservation required.
Presented by Maka'ala Ka'aumoano, Executive Direcctor of Hanalei Watershed Hui.
Sharing rare pictures of the mauka lands of Hanalei, the Hanalei Watershed Hui (group) presents a pictorial story of the Hanalei ahupua'a, the source of the Hanalei River and the work of the Hui to restore and preserve the watershed. The Hanalei Watershed Hui mission is to support and protect the ecology, cultures, and sustainable economies of Hanalei.
North Shore Listening Session Kilauea Elementary School 10:30am – 12:30pm 2440 Kolo St., Kilauea, Hawai‘i 96754
Elsie H. Wilcox Elementary School 3:30pm - 5:30pm 4319 Hardy Street Lihue, Hawaii 96766
DLNR Administration Team, including Chairperson William J. Aila, Jr., First Deputy Guy H. Kaulukukui, Ph.D. and Water Deputy Bill M. Tam from Honolulu is visiting Kaua‘i to hear community comments, questions, and concerns regarding topics under the Department’s jurisdiction. This meeting is hosted by Senator Ronald Kouchi as part of a series of DLNR Listening Sessions to be conducted statewide.
Hanalei Watershed Hui is a 501(c)(3) non-profit environmental organization that strives to care for the Ahupua’a of Hanalei, Waioli, Waipa, and Waikoko guided by Hawaiian and other principles of sustainability and stewardship, integrity and balance, cooperation and aloha, cultural equity and mutual respect.