May 02, 2012 (Part 04) : Ka Pa Hula Na Wai Iwi Ola, under the direction of Kumu Keala Ching – A celebration of Hula at the beautiful Royal Gardens of the Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort on the Big Island of Hawaii. Sponsored by the Ho’oulu Community Farmers Market; Na Wai Iwi Ola Foundation and the Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort. Music by “The Ladies of Waiku’i” and special guest “Konabob”. Ka Pa Hula Na Wai Iwi Ola Halau from Japan and Switzerland. The Ladies of Waiku’i play Sunday evenings from 5:30 to 7:30 pm at the Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort’s Veranda Lounge. Join us at the Ho’oulu Community Farmers Market every Wednesday from 10:00 to 3:00 pm. We have locally grown fresh produce and fruit; 100% Kona Coffee from some of the small farms of the Kona District; wonderful baked goods; artisans and crafts. Come by and listen to our local talent and enjoy the wonderful atmosphere and views of the area. For more information, visit our websites at: www.hooulufarmersmkt.com www.nawaiiwiola.org note: I apologize in advance for the angles and clarity of the video (I am also a vendor at the market….running back and forth between my camcorder and booth).
Leif Abrahamson is an Oahu based artist and craftsman who specializes in bamboo and Hawaiian wood products.
WhereTraveler.com and WhereTV create weekly updates highlighting just a taste of things to do and where to go in and around Hawaii. Videos cover everything from beaches, main attractions, restaurants, surfing and local outings. Here’s our update for the week of March 19, 2012. To find out more about what to do in beautiful Hawaii you can go to www.wheretraveler.com or find us on Facebook at: www.facebook.com Royal Hawaiian Center Farmers Market – www.royalhawaiiancenter.com Perfect for the “locavore” foodie in the heart of Waikīkī, Royal Hawaiian Center will launch its new farmers market, showcasing twenty Hawaii vendors with locally grown produce, ‘ono (delicious) dishes, freshly cut flowers, specialty food gift items, and vendor demonstrations. Enjoy an assortment of locally made delicacies and beverages such as Pipikaula ‘O Kahalu’u beef jerky, Malie Kai chocolate made from Hawaiian cacao grown on O’ahu’s North Shore, Nalo Mele “just from the hive” honey, Pacifikool fresh and all natural island ginger ale, Happy Cakes’ pineapple macadamia nut fruit cake, Big Wave Tomatoes’ grilled pesto pizza, and more! Kahuku Farms, Ho Farms and Khamphout Farms will showcase a variety of fresh produce grown in the country including cherry and grape tomatoes, Japanese cucumbers, farm harvested vanilla beans, seasonal fruits, and taro leaves. Visit the Ka ‘Ohana O Kalaupapa Art Exhibit – www.kalaupapaohana.org A traveling photo exhibit, “Kalaupapa: E Ho`ohanohano a E Ho`omau…To Honor …
Catherine Toth (www.thecatdish.com) visits the Aloha Market in Chigasaki, Japan, an annual festival that celebrates all things Hawaii. #CatTravels April 2012. Copyright 2012