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16th Annual Coconut Festival Oct. 6th & 7th in Kapa’a, Kaua’i

Kauai’s east corridor is known as the “Coconut Coast” as is evident by the many coconut groves from Wailua to Kapa’a. This weekend marks the 16th annual Coconut Festival sponsored by the Kapa’a Business Association. The festival celebrates all things COCONUT including crafts, games, workshops, live demonstrations, and of course, lots of food!

2012 Coconut Festival Details and Information

  • Where: Kapa’a Beach Park on Kaua’i’s east side
  • When: Saturday, October 6th and Sunday, October 7th
  • Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm on Saturday (10/6/12) and 10:00 am – 4:00 pm on Sunday (10/7/12)
  • Entry fee: Only $3 per person and children 12 and under are free!

Coconut Festival Entertainment

This year the entertainment is headlined by the very talented Shar Carillo on Saturday and the one and only Anuhea on Sunday. Once again the Coconut Festival welcomes Kap Tafiti of the Polynesian Cultural Center in La’ie, O’ahu who is a one-man spectacle of talent, showmanship, and down-to-earth humor as he shares his knowledge of the coconut and its uses. There are several opportunities to see his “show” throughout the festival weekend, so prepare to be thoroughly entertained.

Conveniently Located North Kapaa Home

While in downtown Kapa’a, be sure to drive by and take notice of this beautiful contemporary plantation home currently on the market and just steps from everything the east side has to offer (MLS# 252181).

4511 Hauaala Rd. Kapa'a

Listed by my Hawai’i Life colleague Judy Shiroma, this 1 bedroom, 1 bath home has many high-quality features and even room for future expansion.

Enjoy this home just steps from the beach and scenic bike path

Have a great weekend and A Hui Hou! (Until We Meet Again),

Shaylyn

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Carol Andrews, REALTOR BROKER (B), SFR, ABR

October 4, 2012

I love this festival- lots of fun and you are right about the great food! It is also a great place to find fun unique gifts and begin that holiday shopping.

Carol Andrews, REALTOR BROKER (B), SFR, ABR

October 4, 2012

I love this festival- lots of fun and you are right about the great food! It is also a great place to find fun unique gifts and begin that holiday shopping.

Kellen Ponce

October 4, 2012

Culture, education, and entertainment plus the food is always great and the music top notch.

Kellen Ponce

October 4, 2012

Culture, education, and entertainment plus the food is always great and the music top notch.

Judy Shiroma

October 4, 2012

The heart of Kapaa town is definitely the place to be this weekend! Top notch entertainment at the Coconut Festival for sure! And the beautiful plantation-style home at the Corner of Kuhio Hwy and Hauaala is really just that…steps away from the many offerings on the Eastside! I love Kapaa!

Judy Shiroma

October 4, 2012

The heart of Kapaa town is definitely the place to be this weekend! Top notch entertainment at the Coconut Festival for sure! And the beautiful plantation-style home at the Corner of Kuhio Hwy and Hauaala is really just that…steps away from the many offerings on the Eastside! I love Kapaa!

Brooke Derby R(S)

October 8, 2012

This sounds like so much fun! Is it always the first weekend of October? I bet Anuhea was AWESOME!

Shaylyn Kimura

October 8, 2012

Hi Brooke, yes it is usually the first weekend of October. It’s a great little festival in the middle of Kapa’a town.

Brooke Derby R(S)

October 8, 2012

This sounds like so much fun! Is it always the first weekend of October? I bet Anuhea was AWESOME!

Shaylyn Kimura

October 8, 2012

Hi Brooke, yes it is usually the first weekend of October. It’s a great little festival in the middle of Kapa’a town.

Brooke Derby R(S)

October 8, 2012

Mahalo Shaylyn! Would love to come to Kauai for this! Maybe next year!

Brooke Derby R(S)

October 8, 2012

Mahalo Shaylyn! Would love to come to Kauai for this! Maybe next year!

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