Commerorative Keepsakes for Purchase
Polo Shirts in All Sizes $15 - Youth $12
Coffee Mugs $10


Saturday (Postponed)

8am Prayer Breakfast Buffet at Plantations Retaurant in Waimea (at the Plantation Cottages Hotel on Hwy 50)

$15 cost. Please call for reservations to the Waimea Church at 338-9962 or e-mail

Pastor James Merritt of the Baptist Church will lead a time of prayer for the current missions happening on Kauai.  Please be ready to share your mission and vision!

10am Re-enactment of the Missionaries Landing at Russian Fort (Pa'Ula'ula)

Watch as actors portray the landing, bringing an ancient Bible onshore, Governor's Proclamation, all-churches choir, hula, and kids' contest. Hosted by Pastor Lon Malapit of Calvary Church, Lihue, and KESU radio.

1pm History Tour of Pa Ula Ula (Russian Fort Elizabeth)

3pm History Tour of all of Waimea Town (Meet at Visitors' Center)

5pm Bicentennial Kanakapila at Hanapepe Hawaiian Congregational Church (3815 Hanapepe Road, Hanapepe)

Hawaiian Music Jam Session with Rev. Ken Makuakane with light refreshments during intermission.

SUNDAY (Postponed)

10am Worship at the Great Stone Church in Waimea (4080 Makeke Road) with Rev. Dr. Julian Linnell of the Park Street Congregational Church, Boston, mission pastor of the original mission-sending church in New England.

11am Decorate in honor the graves of Samuel & Mercy Patridge Whitney (first missionaries) after worship in the historical cemetery.

12pm No-Host lunch buffet at Waimea Theater
by "Gina's Anykine Grinds"

1pm Waimea Theater:

The latest installment in Hawaiian Mission Houses’ History Theatre program based on the Aliʻi Letters collection housed in the Hawaiian Mission Houses’ Archives. The performance will focus on the Waimea Kauaʻi Mission Station featuring portrayals of King Kaumualiʻi (portrayed by Moses Goods), Queen Kapule (portrayed by Pōʻai Lincoln), and Samuel Ruggles (portrayed by Berkley Spivey); written by Moses Goods.

Discussion following the performance with Aletha Kaohi, a King Kaumualiʻi descendant, and Christopher Cook, noted author about the early Christian Mission in Hawaiʻi.