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2018 HAWAII: August & September 2018
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(see also: 2016  -   2013  -  2012  -  2010)


 

August 2, 2018
The Traveling Plate O'ahu
Honolulu, Hawaii
A statewide culinary tour that celebrates Easterseals legacy in the Hawaiian Islands, with kick off their 3rd year of events this summer.  Events will exclusively feature local celebrity chefs suppodted by Easterseals participants. Our goal will be to raise awareness and much needed funds for Easterseals programs and services in support of the incredible accomplishments being achieved within our communities.  Cost: VIP Exclusive Reception - $125, General Admission $75.  For more information or for sponsorship opportunities please contact Bill Markevitch at: [email protected]

August 26, 2018 - The Traveling Plate Maui - Kihei, Hawaii
A statewide culinary tour that celebrates Easterseals legacy in the Hawaiian Islands, with kick off their 3rd year of events this summer.  Events will exclusively feature local celebrity chefssuppodted by Easterseals participants. Our goal will be to raise awareness and much needed funds for Easterseals programs and services in support of the incredible accomplishments being achieved within our communities.  For more information or for sponsorship opportunities please contact Bill Markevitch at: [email protected]

September 1-2, 2018  Okinawan Festival - Waikiki, Hawaii
Event includes an exciting lineup of live entertainment from Hawaii and Okinawa; delicious local foods like laulau, chili and bbq chicken as well as Okinawan favorites like andagi, Okinawan soba, and pig”s feet soup and a Cultural Exhibit

September 8, 2018 - La Ulu (Breadfruit Day) - Maui, Hawaii
In partnership with the Hawai‘i Tourism Authority and sponsored by Ulupono Initiative, Maui Nui Botanical Gardens will host the second annual La ‘Ulu: Breadfruit Day! This free community event will include food booths, breadfruit cooking demonstrations, Pacific ‘ulu varieties for sale, a multi-grower Hawaiian plant sale, free cultural activities, Hawaiian music and hula!

September 17-20, 2018  Chef Fest - Kailua Kona, Hawaii
Chef Fest is a celebration of high-profile dinners, interactive cooking classes and culinary and wine experiences. An exclusive and luxurious culinary experience, Chef Fest features today’s top chefs coming together to cook, teach and entertain in an intimate and relaxed beach setting.

 

We welcome chefs, guests and food lovers alike to our eighth-annual food and wine event at our beachfront Resort setting. New additions for Chef Fest 2018 include two exclusive tasting events: Champagne Louis Roederer, as well as COS d’Estournel Bordeaux with Etienne de Nantes.

September 22, 2018
9th Annual Hawaii Rice Festival
Honolulu, Hawaii
Get out your chopsticks and bring your appetite for a one-day taste trip around the world, and celebrate Hawaii's beloved grain at the Hawaii Rice Festival.  A full day of activities is planned including cookoffs, contests, demonstrations, and of course, lots of yummy rice dishes to eat.  We'll be taking rice donations for Lanakila Pacific's "Meals on Wheels" program, which feeds needy seniors.

September 29, 2018 - MAKANA Waipa: Eat The Invasives
Hanalei, Hawaii
Local practitioners will collaborate with chefs, restaurants, and the community on the grounds of Waipa to provide attendees with an opportunity to experience firsthand the food, culture, and mission of Waipa Foundation. Chefs will again partner with hunters, fishermen and farmers to highlight cooking with invasive species and other ingredients sourced from Waipa and the surrounding ‘aina to create one of a kind dishes. MAKANA Waipa: Eat The Invasives 2018 will build on the partnership established in 2016 with Kona Brewing Company and provide an opportunity to celebrate community, increase awareness for ‘aina based work and raise additional funds to support Waipa Foundation’s important programs and services that support farming and cultural education on the north shore of Kauai.  Locally sourced dishes will include Smoked Marlin Caesar Salad, Ta‘ape Lu‘au Stew, Kilauea Noodle Company Drymin with Samoan Crab, Tahitian Prawns, Beet Poke featuring He'eia Gorilla Ogo (seaweed), Smoked Venison Manapua with Pickled Starfruit Relish, Kalo Wonton with Lu'au Coconut Creme,  Lilikoi Cheesecake and Guava Chiffon Cake.

September 29, 2018  Taste of the Hawaiian Range and Agriculture Festival - Waimea, Hawaii
The island’s largest agricultural showcase is returning in 2018 with a new twist at a different location in Waimea, Hawai‘i Island. Taste of the Hawaiian Range will be at Mana Christian ‘Ohana (Old Kahilu Town Hall) and the adjacent YMCA Minuke Ole Park in Waimea. The 2018 Taste will offer all-day agricultural-themed fun and educational activities before culminating with an evening tasting event showcasing locally produced food.

 

2016 HAWAII: August & September 2016
Food & Wine Festivals, Shows & Local Events
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September 1-10, 2016
IUCN World Conservation Congress & Forum
Honolulu, Hawaii
Held once every four years, the IUCN World Conservation Congress brings together several thousand leaders and decision-makers from government, civil society, indigenous peoples, business, and academia, with the goal of conserving the environment and harnessing the solutions nature offers to global challenges. The Congress aims to improve how we manage our natural environment for human, social and economic development, but this cannot be achieved by conservationists alone.  The IUCN Congress is the place to put aside differences and work together to create good environmental governance, engaging all parts of society to share both the responsibilities and the benefits of conservation.  The Forum is a hub of public debate, bringing together people from all around the world to discuss and develop solutions to the world’s most pressing conservation and sustainability challenges. It will demonstrate innovative, scalable solutions from all areas and from all around the globe to address challenges at local and global levels – from small islands to entire regions, from individual to collective actions.

September 17, 2016 - Huaka'i Mauka - Kaneohe, Hawaii
Hui o Ko'olaupoko (HOK) is honored to announce their 3rd Annual Mauka to Makai fundraiser. This year marks the twenty-first year working as a non-profit in Ko'olaupoko with the mission of: protecting ocean health by restoring the 'aina: mauka to makai.  We hope you will join us in making our annual fundraiser a continued success.  Huaka'i Mauka (journey to the mountains), takes place on the beautiful grounds of Kualoa Ranch.  The Mauka event includes an elegant evening on the ranch featuring tours and libations at HOK’s Hakipu'u Stream Restoration Site, followed by a farm to fork dinner prepared by Hawaii’s favorite chefs.  In addition, the evening will feature live music, beer and wine, a dessert bar and a robust silent auction.
 

2013 HAWAII: August & September 2013
Food & Wine Festivals, Shows, Events

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August 17, 2013 - Wahiawa Pineapple Festival - Wahiawa, Hawaii
Along with the sweet and delicious taste of Hawaiian pineapple, day-long activities include a parade, trolley rides, a film festival, stage performances, crafters, and five "villages" or displays highlighting the local cultures, including Hawaiian, Filipino, Japanese, Okinawan and early farming families.
 

2012 HAWAII: August & September 2012
Food & Wine Festivals, Shows & Local Events

events still waiting for new dates

September 20-21, 2012  Hawaii Agriculture Conference
Honolulu, Hawaii
'Leveraging Partnerships for Profit'   With over 500 expected attendees from throughout the state,  this dynamic 2-day conference will feature nationally acclaimed speakers; Hawaii based producers, agriculture professionals, an all Hawaii products luncheon, an evening Pau Hana Reception and a large scale interactive  trade show.
 

2010 HAWAII: August & September 2010 - Food & Wine Festivals, Shows & Local Events
events still waiting for new dates

September 10-11, 2010  Taste of Lahaina - Lahaina, Hawaii
With dozens of booths offering samples of their cuisine, it's easy to try all your favorite restaurants as well as some new ones. The event also has music from rock to reggae to traditional Hawaiian and an agricultural tent offering locally grown food from Maui.

September 11, 2010  LHSBBA Fall Craft Fair - Wahiawa, Hawaii
The public is invited to Leilehua High School Band Booster Fall Craft Fair on September 11, 2010 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm at Leilehua High School Cafeteria, 1515 California Avenue, Wahiawa Lots of Craft booths, ono food/delicious bake goods, Orchid sale, Ray's Chicken sale, free music/entertainment, Lot's Of Door Prizes, and family fun!  Come and join us in Wahiawa.

 

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