The County of Kaua‘i is launching the process to develop the West Kaua'i Community Plan! If you live, work, or are from the West Side, please sign up for updates and attend an upcoming open house. #showyourWESTside #plankauai See the project website for more information. https://youtu.be/jGT6olQwKi0 Shape the growth and development of West Kaua'i.
LIHUE — Even the smallest gesture can go a long way. The YWCA of Kauai received a donation of five bicycles as well as helmets and reflective bands Wednesday. “The YWCA is always grateful to have any kind of support from our community, the county and the Bikes on Rice program,” said KipuKai Kuali’i, YWCA
Every year of the Mayor-a-thon, Mary Ching of Wailua and Kathy Leonard of Kalaheo have been there. They have different roles. Ching has been a walker. Leonard, a volunteer. But they share a love for this free community event that, in its 10th year on a sunny Saturday morning, attracted about 1,000 people. “I love
WHEN: Saturday, June 23, 6:30 am — 10:00 am WHERE: Kapa‘a Beach Park (next to the Kapa‘a Library) PREREGISTER HERE Participation is FREE! Please bring a healthy food item for our Healthy Food Drive! Mayor-a-thon Flyer SCHEDULE: 6:30 AM ‐ Check‐in: T-Shirts for the first 500 preregistered, Kaiser Permanente Cinch Bags for all! Drop off your Healthy
LIHUE — More than 50 people biked to work Friday, with groups from Kapaa and Puhi meeting in Lihue during Bike To Work Day. The social gathering took place under cloudy skies and light winds to celebrate National Bike Month and bring awareness to the benefits of biking. “It’s easier than it looks once
Celebrate National Bike Month with an easy-paced meetup and bicycle commute to the Lihu‘e Civic Center. Refreshments will be provided. Nobody gets left behind! Mahalo to the Kaua’i Police Department for supporting these rides! When: Friday, May 18 Location 1: Kapa’a Neighborhood Center roll-out at 6:00 AM, about 9.5 miles. See optional pick-up locations along
Promoting healthy living and bicycle safety, “Bikes On Rice” brings together cyclists of all ages and abilities. On Tuesday afternoon, nearly 50 people gathered at Lihue Civic Center with helmets, bright-colored clothes, and all the necessary safety gear. Briggs Knott, owner of Lihue bike shop Briggs Bicycles, was there to double check that equipment