Hanapepe Art Night
|Every Friday night from 6 – 9 p.m. is Hanapepe Art Night and is unique. Participating galleries take turns being the weekly host gallery, offering original performances or demonstrations which become the theme for that art night. All the|
|galleries are lit up and decked out, giving the town a special atmosphere. Enjoy a stroll down the streets of quaint, historic Hanapepe Town and meet the local artists. This is also the only night the Hanapepe Café is open (it’s otherwise open for breakfast and lunch) and it is a wonderful restaurant serving vegetarian fare. For Art Night info, call Lew or Annette Shortridge at (808) 335-0343.|
Archive for October, 2010
Now you can click that you like Hideaway Cove on Facebook. If you’re not already a member of the Facebook community, it’s a very simple process to sign up. Just go to www.facebook.com and follow the instructions.
Then enter “Hideaway Cove” in their search box and click “like”. You’ll then be one of the first to hear about our last minute specials and other special offers from Hideaway Cove Poipu Beach.
Found below are links to several different Kauai events calendars. Click on one or all of them and you’ll be right up to date on absolutely everything happening on our garden island during the time you’re planning to be on Kauai.
Visitors and Convention Bureau
Off the beaten path events
Festivals and events
According to www.mermaid.com, the word Mermaid comes from “mere” the old English word for “sea” and maid, a woman. Mermaids are mythological creatures with a female human head and torso and the tail of a fish. Mermaids have a broad representation in folklore, literature and popular culture.
Dana Marie, pictured above, calls herself a professional mermaid, a natural offshoot of her career as an underwater photographer and marine mammal naturalist for the last seven years. “My heart has always been with the ocean” Marie said. “From when I was little, I dreamed of being a mermaid.” She came here to Kauai recently from her home in the seas surrounding Kona on the leeward side of the Big Island.
“My purpose for being a mermaid is to bring the message of inspiring children and adults to follow their heart, to find a passion and experience the beauty of the ocean. Even people who live in cities need to be aware of the centuries old connectioin to the ocean and how the ocean impacts us. We must replenish the balance of our relationship from land to sea,” Marie said.
Marie says the tail she uses has no ziper, requiring her to squirm into it. Using materials found it wet suits and fiberglass cut to fit, everyting, including the countless number of shells, had to be sown over a period of a year. “This is not my first tail,” she said. I made my first tail when I was eight years old, but since then, my body outgrew the tail and scales. This is one of three tails I use.”
For more information, check out Marie’s website at: www.konamermaid.com.
Congratulations to Dave and Michelle Bridges of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for winning a $400 credit toward a future stay at Hideaway Cove.
The credit expires a year from now, so give us a call and make a reservation!
The winner of our new drawing will be announced in our next issue.
Good luck to everyone!