-by Heidi Siefkas
The first Saturday of the month, the Island of Kauai comes out of the woodwork to the Eastside’s Kapaa Art Night. Down the main drag of Old Kapaa Town, local artists, business owners, photographers, musicians, dancers, fire-twirlers, jewelry makers, sculptors, and food trucks convene for fun, food, art, music, and more from 5pm to 9pm. With both locals and visitors attending the community event, parking can be a little tricky. Be prepared to walk, but with excellent people watching.
Typically a very laid-back, friendly, Eastside town, Kapaa comes alive every first Saturday. All along the strip, the stores are open late and restaurants buzzing. There is no sidewalk, yard, nor alley, left empty. You will pleasantly stumble upon artist booths, food trucks, and musicians.
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About Heidi Siefkas: A freelance writer with a passion for adventure, languages, and cuisine, Heidi’s favorite places so far include: Kauai, Cuba, Peru, Spain, Alaska, Patagonia and Turkey. She is the owner of Hide N Seek Media and has been a travel blogger, Ms Traveling Pants, since 2008.