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SPOTLIGHT: OAHU1.18: Kokua Kailua. One afternoon each month, historic Kailua Village turns into a pedestrian-only promenade and marketplace. Clients stroll along oceanfront Alii Drive, shopping for souvenirs, sampling local foods and enjoying island entertainment.
HAWAII ISLAND11.9-18: Kona Coffee Cultural Festival. Hawaii’s oldest culinary festival honors the island bean and brew during this 10-day event. Clients enjoy coffee picking and cupping, farm tours, a lantern parade and the Miss Kona Coffee pageant.
KAUAI11.3: CocoFest Lite. Kapaa town hosts a trio of events in one day, starting with the Veterans Parade. Next comes the Coconut Festival, filling Kapaa Beach Park with displays, games and tasty treats. In the evening, the First Saturday street party presents music, munchies and crafts.
MAUI11.4-10: Restaurant Week Wailea. Some of Hawaii’s most notable chefs work at hotels in Wailea Resort. Clients can savor their specialties during this weeklong fundraiser, when three-course, prix-fixe dinner menus cost just $29 to $59 per person.
11.9-10: Hula O Na Keki. Colorful costumes and fancy footwork charm audiences at Maui’s only children’s hula competition, held at Kaanapali Beach Hotel. Youngsters demonstrate ancient and modern moves, while food and crafts booths enrich the experience.