Customer Serv Assoc I/Loader – Lowe’s Inc. – Kahului, HI

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Physical ability to perform tasks that may require prolonged standing, sitting, and other activities necessary to perform job duties.Minimum Qualifications6...
From Lowe's - Wed, 06 Feb 2019 06:09:32 GMT - View all Kahului, HI jobs
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Relationship Officer – Hawaii National Bank 23725 – Kahului, HI

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Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics or Business preferred and previous banking experience in commercial lending and business development, credit...
From Hawaii National Bank 23725 - Wed, 06 Feb 2019 05:51:20 GMT - View all Kahului, HI jobs
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Community Manager – Associa – Kīhei, HI

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Education and Experience  Associates Degree Required  Bachelors Degree Preferred  0 - 3 years of Management and/or Supervisory experience  3 - 5 years of...
From Associa - Wed, 06 Feb 2019 05:49:15 GMT - View all Kīhei, HI jobs
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Ko Server – Part Time – The Fairmont Kea Lani, Maui – Wailea, HI

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At Fairmont Hotels & Resorts we offer our guests the finest hospitality experience in each of our destinations....
From Fairmont Hotels & Resorts - Wed, 06 Feb 2019 05:12:45 GMT - View all Wailea, HI jobs
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Club Combination Server & Bartender – Makena Golf and Beach Club – Kīhei, HI

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Valid state of Hawaii liquor card. Greet all members and guests politely and promptly, seat them, explain menu as needed as well as daily specials and beverages...
From Makena Golf and Beach Club - Tue, 05 Feb 2019 14:47:32 GMT - View all Kīhei, HI jobs
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Take me there Tuesday: Hanapepe, Kauai

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Historic Hanapepe is a charming town the southwest side of Kauai. You’ll likely pass through it on Highway 50 on your way to and from Waimea Canyon. (See this Google Map with Hanapepe identified.) Though small, Hanapepe does have a few attractions making a stop here worthwhile.

One of Hanapepe’s most famous landmarks is their historic swinging bridge that connects the two sides of the Hanapepe River. This suspension bridge was originally built in 1911 and then rebuilt in 1992 after sustaining damage in Hurricane Iniki.

Hanapepe Swinging Bridge

The town of Hanapepe has a few small shops and art galleries to explore. They’re all within a short walking distance from each other and the swinging bridge. On Friday evenings from 6pm to 9pm, popup vendors, artists and musicians line main street for Hanapepe Art Night.

The last time we were in Hanapepe, it was a Sunday afternoon and not much was open. So, we recommend you avoid Sunday afternoons if you’d like to explore some of the galleries.

Hanapepe “main street” with photo credit to Hawaii tourism Authority/Tor Johnson

If you like ice cream, you’ll enjoy a stop at the original kitchen for Lappert’s Hawaii Ice Cream. It’s one of Hawaii’s most beloved ice cream brands.

The local beach of Hanapepe, Salt Pond Beach Park, is beautiful. With the facilities and lifeguard, it makes for a great place to enjoy some sun, sand and “vitamin sea.”

Salt Pond Beach

Salt Pond Beach gets its name from the natural wetland salt beds where Hawaiians collected/produced salt for centuries.

Salt Pond Wetlands

For more of our photos from Hanapepe, see this link.

Have you visited Hanapepe? What did you enjoy?

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