Can you believe it’s almost October? Neither can we! If fall and spooky season snuck up on you - as it did for us - don’t worry, we’ve got your plans covered!
There are so many fun activities going on in October on the Garden Island, so be sure to jot some of these down on your calendar and share them with friends!
2022 Ohana FitFest
Prince Albert Park
A fun family event that features an obstacle fun run/walk approximately 5k in distance with a community expo, silent auction, and live entertainment." Presented by the Kaua’i North Shore Community Foundation in partnership with the Princeville at Hanalei Community Association and the Princeville Makai Golf Club.
Fall Horsemanship Camp
October 3 - October 7
Healing Horses Kaua’i
Give your child a fun-filled equestrian adventure in a safe, educational environment. Spend a day (or days) at Healing Horses Kauai and experience: riding, horsemanship, grooming & tacking, horse behavior & herd dynamics, horse leadership skills, equestrian arts & crafts, games & more.
6th Annual Kaua’i Chocolate & Coffee Festival
A celebration of all things chocolate and coffee with lots of sampling, educational displays, and workshops, entertainment, and exhibitor booths featuring a variety of chocolate and coffee products, from around the state. The festival includes informative presentations, live entertainment, a silent auction, Keiki activities, sampling, and much more!
Hawaii Wiener Derby 2022
Come watch and have fun as amazing local dachshunds race for Grand Champion & win top dog! And since it’s Halloween, we’re also having a Halloweener contest! Come over to the Windward side and enjoy the beautiful Kualoa Ranch atmosphere while laughing and having fun with our local families and their weens.
Poipu Food & Wine Festival
October 19 - October 22
Ka Hale Imu a Kikuchi @ Kauai Community College
Celebrating the bounty of the island and the wealth of eateries in Hawaii, discover the freshest island ingredients at the Kaua’i Culinary Market hosted by The Shops at Kukuiula and Kaua’i County Farm Bureau, featuring a special culinary demonstration by KCC students. Small plates will be available for sale.
BOTTOM LINE: Spooky season is almost here and whether you’re looking to be tricked or just want some yummy fall treats, there’s something on the Garden Island for you!
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