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Happy Camper for Wednesday, February 7, 2018

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Queen Emma was all right until the people showed up at the Souper Bowl event Sunday at Clayworks at Kilohana in Puhi. Here she peeks from behind one of the Clayworks kilns.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Kyny Lim and John McClure of Moloaa Bay Coffee and Chocolate talk to customers about school Saturday at the Kauai Community Market.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Bill Spitz gets the first ticket to the 32nd Annual American Culinary Federation Breakfast Saturday from Beth Tokioka and Marty Amaro at the Kauai Community Market.

There is a lot of excitement in getting to the Kauai Community Market before the lines form at Midnight Bear Breads (mahalo for the pastry offer, Ursa Swift). Bill Spitz was first in line to get advance tickets (it’s a discount over tickets at the door) from Beth Tokioka and Marty Amaro, who will be at the market this week (Feb. 10) and next week (Feb. 17) for people needing advance tickets to the 32nd Annual American Culinary Federation breakfast which will take place Feb. 18 at Kauai Community College.

How does free horseback rides tie in with chocolate? John McClure of Moloaa Bay Coffee and Chocolate said he’s planning to get three or four cacao growers together to present a chocolate event (with horseback rides?) at the Saturday market at KCC just in time for Valentine’s Day, which falls next Wednesday.

Kudos to Susan Pittman and the Clayworks at Kilohana ohana on another great Souper Bowl event. Do they still have those limited edition cat-astropic bowls? And, it was a pleasant surprise to hear Kimberly Hope McDonough provide violin brunch music for the Gaylord’s diners.

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