February’s musical fun has already begun but this weekend the Fun(draising) really takes off.
Friday, Feb 8, is Culinary Arts Under the Stars at the King’s Shops raising funds and awareness for our beloved Waikoloa Dry Forest.
Saturday, Feb 9, at the Barn at Kohala Village Inn, is the CBD Center benefit for North Hawaii Hospice
Sunday, Feb 10, is the dog-friendly (!) My Furry Valentine event at the Mauna Lani Shops fundraiser for Hawaii Island Human Society and Aloha Ilio Rescue!
Plus we have the on-going Resilience IPA fundraiser #buttestrong #sierranevada
And we donate $5 to the Waikoloa Dry Forest Initiative with each purchase of our co-branded, insulated, stainless steel tumblers!
Winter has hit the island! There’s snow on Mauna Kea, and a chill in the Waimea air!
As we head into this last month of 2017 we want to point out our new Singer Songwriter Showcase format for 1st Tuesday original music night and remind you to plan ahead for your holiday growlers because (as always!) the Brewhaus is CLOSED December 24th and 25th, closing early on December 31st and closed New Year’s Day! Cheers! Prost! Aloha!!
Well… this month really snuck up on me so I missed telling you, in advance, that Dagan Bernstein is kicking off the month and Leche de Tigre is playing! Right Now!!
9 other nights of music ahead of us PLUS!! the Waikoloa Dry Forest Initiative Bocce Tournament fundraiser on Sunday the 10th and HawaiiCon Sept. 14-17!!
Big Island Brewhaus is one of the sponsors of the Waikoloa Dry Forest Initiative’s Beer, Bites & Bocce Tournament fun-draiser and we’d love for you to be there!
Come play – or just watch!
Four player team entry is $450 and each player gets a 64oz “Drink For Dry Forest” insulated stainless steel growler – a savings over a $75 entry + a $50 growler, plus you get to pick your team!
Register now – only 24 teams get to compete!
If you’re not already familiar with the Waikoloa Dry Forest Initiative, they are a small non-profit working to restore our native dryland forest. Their nature preserve in Waikoloa Village protects some of the most beautiful wiliwili trees on the island and they’re working to bring back the diverse forest that once widespread in West Hawai’i. WDFI has a volunteer program, they work with school groups and have an awesome after-school program that brings local kids out to the forest to learn, play and explore, outdoors!