Weekend cleanup in Kokee wraps up with all-day music festival
KOKEE, Kauai — A rain-or-shine community project at the YWCA of Kauai's Camp Sloggett that concludes tomorrow will be followed on Sunday with an all-day, live music festival.
The project will still accept volunteer workers for 10 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. shifts tomorrow for stream-clearing and creating a rainforest native plant garden.
Volunteer workers can have lodging at Camp Sloggett and food and beverages are provided. The event is spearheaded by Na Kiai O Kokee (the Stewards of Kokee) and sponsored by the YWCA of Kauai and the County of Kauai.
Entertainers from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday will include Roland Cazimero, KANU Ukes, Na Opio O Halelea Tahitian Dancers, Papaa Bay Boys, Shilo Pa, John Cruz, Sean Carillo, MalamaPonoAllStarz, The Happy Enchalatas, Kundala and Taere Tiai Polynesian Dancers.
Sunday's free event will include cultural crafts booths, fresh food booths, community organization booths, a silent auction, T-shirts sales, bouncers/slides for the keiki, and demonstrations/workshops by local horticulturists and other watershed/botanical experts.
Tomorrow's volunteers should bring their own gardening gloves, boots and eye protection, as well as small tools such as rakes, shovels, loppers, chainsaws and line trimmers.
For details, contact Erik Coopersmith at 335-0710 or firstname.lastname@example.org.