Coconut Coast Events and Entertainment

Every week on the Royal Coconut Coast there are concerts, craft fairs, special performances, farmer’s markets, interesting lectures, cultural demonstrations and delightful local events. The monthly First Saturday Art Walk is highly popular. Several major events also come to the area throughout the year, providing full weekends of festival-fun. And, there are a number of community events that always welcome visitors. Check out our ongoing list of featured events, and don’t miss going to for a complete list of island-wide happenings.

Lydgate Beach Park -- Celebrate Earth Day on April 24th

April 24th 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.

This coming Saturday, join the Friends of Kamalani at Lydgate Beach Park to honor Earth Day and participate in beach clean up projects. Volunteers tackle clearing driftwood, washed up branches and marine debris to maintain the pristine quality of this popular swimming beach, loved by locals and visitors alike. All are welcome to participate.  Wear shoes that can get wet or sandy and bring a hat, gloves, sunscreen and bottled water.

Go to the protected rock wall swimming area and look for volunteers wearing yellow beach cleanup team tee shirts. Participants are referred to the coordinator or assigned a task.

The Friends of Kamalani, a non-profit organization, focuses on Lydgate Beach Park, Kamalani Playground and Kamalani Kai (a kid-friendly beach park to the west of Kaha Lani Resort). Check out the Friends of Kamalani Facebook page:




Event Details

Date: April 24th 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Organizer: Friends of Kamalani

Bikes On Rice St. Ride - May 11th

May 11, 4:30 p.m.


Join in on this monthly fun and leisurely ride starting at the Lihue Civic Center on Rice Street at 4:30 p.m. on May 11th (and the 2nd Tuesday every month). These are safe, slow paced fun rides throughout the surrounding neighborhoods designed for all ages and abilities. Bring any kine bike! The rides last about an hour so bring your own water. We recommend flat repair kits and helmets (state law requires helmets for kids under 16). We’ll have trained team members throughout the course for anyone that needs assistance. Register here.

Our coordinators and Squad Leaders will be wearing masks prior to riding, and ask that our participants do as well. Once we are riding and separated, masks will be optional.

We separate into small groups of 6 or less, with the Squad Leader choosing the route for the ride.

This  format gives us the ability to have groups of different abilities, or levels. Some groups will maintain a robust pace and extend the rides, other groups will choose more comfortable paces.

We ask that new riders please sign a waiver, one is required each year. We would also appreciate it if you’d write down your email address on a sign in sheet for future communications. We do not need you to sign in if you’ve already given us your email and signed a current waiver.

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Event Details

Date: May 11, 4:30 p.m.
Organizer: Kauai Path