KAUA‘I COVID-19 INFORMATION
For more information or questions about COVID-19, please call 2-1-1 from any location in the state.
· Text 877-275-6569
· Email email@example.com
· Visit hawaiicovid19.com, health.hawaii.gov or coronavirus.gov
Sign up for daily updates from the Hawaii State Department of Health at health.hawaii.gov/updates. hawaiicovid19.com website provides timely information and resources on the coronavirus, including guidance on how to prevent and mitigate community spread, common symptoms of COVID-19, and frequently asked questions.
Mayor Derek S.K Kawakami’s daily COVID-19 messages maybe viewed here: http://www.kauai.gov/COVID-19. Kaua’i Resources: www.covid19kauai.com By providing our family and friends, our neighbors and our visitors with accurate information, we keep our community healthy and we keep Hawaiʻi a welcoming place to live and visit. Don’t spread the virus. Don’t spread misinformation. And let’s prepare together. Always share aloha.
KKCR depends on listener support for over 40 percent of our funding. Please consider making a one-time or a sustaining (monthly) financial contribution to your Kauai Community Radio Station.
KKCR’s Talk Story Series
E malama, e hoʻomau a e hoʻolauleʻa pu i na mea a me ka nohona Hawaiʻi
Talk Story, known in Hawaiʻi as moʻolelo, is the tradition of personally sharing important stories to preserve them for future generations.
KKCR’s Talk Story Series is an ongoing cultural preservation project focusing on Hawaiian musicians who share their stories and songs for present and future generations. Kauaʻi Community Radio’s mission to preserve, perpetuate and celebrate Hawaiian Culture is fulfilled in part by our production of the Talk Story Series. Funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, KKCR has produced 31 Talk Story CDs since 2001 featuring Hawaiian musicians performing and talking story.
Click Here to Listen to KKCR’s Talk Story Series
VOLUNTEER AT KKCR
KKCR also depends on our community to provide programming. We provide free broadcast training and support to our programmers. Interested in hosting on KKCR show? or, just want to help us keep running smoothly? Fill out our Volunteer Application and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring to the office Monday – Friday from 10am to 4pm. Mahalo!
MAHALO TO KKCR’s WAVERIDERS
Please support these businesses that support KKCR
OG Smokeshop – O’ahu Glass ‘Ohana
Kite Man 808-634-9459
Island Soap & Candle Works
Hawai’i Compassionate Care
Puahina at Hanapēpē
Kaua’i Marine & Mower
Kīlauea Night Market Saturday, March 21st, 4 to 8pm
Human Design readings with Tracey Schavone (808) 822-4465
GMO Free Kaua’i and Hawai’i Seed
Access Bars Sessions with Tracey Schavone (808) 822-4465
Princeville Makai Golf Club
The Local Kaua’i Kitchen & Bar
Keltie Clevenger -Feldenkrais Practitioner® and Massage Therapist
Caela Cooks – healthy, gourmet, organic catering. (808) 639-8103
Rotary Club of Hanalei Bay
Kaua’i Beekeepers Association
Kaua’i Community College Earth Day
Oasis on the Beach
Kaua’i Lifeguard Association
Heart & Soul Organics (808) 823-1007
Sacred Waters Healing Arts
Kīlauea Wildlife Refuge
Freedom Spas at Westin Princeville and Kaua’i Beach Resort 246-5529
28. 5th Annual Kaua’i International Poetry Celebration (808) 346-2587
Wailua River Noni Juice
Papaya’s Natural Foods
CONGRATULATIONS TO WALTER FOR WINNING OUR EARLY BIRD DRAWING – TIKI DUO
DINNER & DRINKS FOR TWO AT TIKI INIKI AND A 4 FOOT TALL, HANDCARVED, MONKEYPOD, AKUA TIKI FROM HAVAIKI OCEANIC & TRIBAL ART GALLERY
MAHALO NUI TO EVERYONE WHO DONATED TO KKCR’s HOʻOILO 2020 FUND DRIVE!
DAYNA from Hanalei – Grand Prize Drawing Winner of A HOLO HOLO CHARTERS Gift certificate for 2 complimentary seats on their “Holo Holo” catamaran Ni‘ihau & Napali Super Tour
TRACY from Kapa‘a – Angel Drawing Winner of dinner at Tiki Iniki with her favorite KKCR DJ – She can’t decide she loves us all 😊
ALL THE POWER THE TOWERS DONATORS who get to have Dinner at Todd & Michele Rundgrens home! And Todd is going to cook for them himself!
There are two seasons in Hawai’i, the cooler wetter season called Ho’oilo, and the hotter, drier season called Kau. Both seasons last about six months. In ancient times, the months were marked by the appearance of different stars and constellations in the eastern sky at sunset.