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Vibrant Watercolors of the Flowers of Hawaii

Supporting the Care of

The Historic Smith Memorial Parsonage

Of Koloa Union Church


Kanikapila Sunday

October 20th, 2-5 p.m.

A Relaxing Afternoon

of Art, Friendship, and Local Music


Kanikapila Sunday!

Share a Song!

Bring an Instrument!

Dance a Hula!

Or just come and enjoy the entertainment!

Delicious Refreshments

Reduced Prices on All Merchandise!

Friends Are Always Welcome! 

Parking available at Koloa Union Church, 3289 Poipu Road

This is a free event to support the care & maintenance of the Smith Memorial Parsonage.

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The Smith Memorial Parsonage was built in 1928 in memory and honor of Rev. Dr. James and Melicent Smith, who arrived on this property as medical missionaries in 1842, and their descendants. The historic building and grounds are owned and maintained by Koloa Union Church and serve as the residence for the church's kahu (pastor). Proceeds from Alan Akana Gallery support the care and maintenance of the parsonage. Purchases and donations are appreciated!

“The parsonage is a special place and has played such an important role in the rich history of Kauai. The gallery is a way for me to support this historic building and the grounds upon which it stands.”
          —Alan Akana


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Alan Akana on local TV channel OC16:  *Alan has been featured on "The Mokan Nokan Show," a brilliant show that is produced here on Kauai by friend of the gallery, Mel Bell-Grey!

Each episode of The Mokan Nokan Show is designed to motivate, educate and inspire children to learn while having fun and Alan was given the opportunity to talk about his book and his artwork on this terrific program.  While geared for keiki, it's quite entertaining and educational for all ages.  Check it out several days a week on channel OC16! 


*Go to 17:07 on the video timer to skip ahead to Alan's segment.

Poipu Beach Resort Association Recommendation

PBRA wrote an article: "Hawaii's Most Popular Flowers and How to Wear Them". At the end of the article is a recommendation to visit our art gallery in Koloa, inviting guests to check out "vibrant floral watercolors that elegantly line the walls of the historic Smith Memorial Parsonage."