Happy Camper for Sunday, March 18, 2018

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Mei Hui Hsu, Kathleen Hsu, Yu Hui Hsu and Joy Hsu, from left, are almost all smiles at their House of Handicraft shop that opened Thursday at Kukui Grove Center.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Sepeti Kamauoha and Kaleo Kapanui have time to visit Keith Burgess (not pictured) at the Kauai Interscholastic Federation qualifying track meet Thursday at Vidinha Stadium, where it didn’t rain.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    Andres Perez and Kyla Koerte have fun with the Easter social media thingie created by Jenny Ihara-Takase at the Deja Vu sidewalk sale at Kukui Grove Center.

  • Dennis Fujimoto / The Garden Island

    James Merritt of Kauai Education Association for Science and Astronomy shows off his specially-equipped flashlight used for astronomy (and solar) exercises during science at the mall at the KEASA space at Kukui Grove Center.

March is Solar Month (and spring break), and James Merritt of the Kauai Education Association for Science and Astronomy (they got a new spot near Regis Salon at Kukui Grove Center) said they will be doing science at the mall (how many of you got those free solar energy kits?) twice for those who are on spring break (who knew Kauai Community College had one too?).

Congratulations to Yu Hui Hsu and his ohana on opening House of Handicrafts Thursday! His new store at Kukui Grove joins the one he has at the Harbor Mall, and who else is scheduled to open next week in time for Prince Kuhio Day?

Kudos to Jenny Ihara- Takase of DejaVu Surf Hawaii for being so creative that they had the social media Easter thingie set up in time for the sidewalk sale (it will happen next week because of spring break, too!), and Brenda Biheler of Showtime Characters was getting her Easter photo booth set up for this week’s spring break. Melissa McFerrin-Warrack said some of the pop-ups are coming back to the mall in time for spring break, Prince Kuhio Day and Easter, too!

OK, time to go check out Kauai Lynx basketball coach Clarence Sales and his basketball clinic at Kauai High School … and, Manny Henriques said IF they can drain out some of that water at the Wailua Moto Cross Track, there’ll be motorcycle races.

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