Keiki celebration

Did you know that the Kilauea Performing Arts have their Shrek musical production coming up March 12?

Happy Camper for Wednesday, January 17, 2018

OK, time to go check out Ku‘i at the County. Pua Rossi, a Kauai Community College Hawaiian studies instructor, said they’ve gotten a lot of requests for the Tuesdays at the Lo‘i (you’re missing out if you’ve never checked it out), where Josh Fukino does ku‘i, or poi-pounding.

‘Ku‘i at the County’ is Wednesday

“Ku‘i at the County” is not a protest, said Pua Rossi, a Kauai Community College Hawaiian studies instructor. “Ku‘i kalo is poi-pounding,” Rossi said. “We have a group of cultural practitioners and kalo growers coming together on the front lawn of the Historic County Building to ku‘i kalo.”

KPWFL names top scholars

The Kauai Pop Warner Football League took time to honor its top football and cheer program scholar-athletes during the league’s annual Scholastics Banquet Saturday night at Wong’s Restaurant in Hanapepe.

KIF swimmers make waves

A smaller field of Kauai Interscholastic Federation pushed four KIF record-paced swims and picked up 12 state qualifying swims, Saturday at the KIF qualifying swim meet hosted by Island School at the YMCA pool.

Kauai remembers MLK in song, dance, speech

The Hawaii Government Employees Association joined efforts of the Kauai Island Labor Alliance, and the Interfaith Roundtable of Kauai each hosted events celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday.

Working at the museum

Aki Matsuyama, whose son Takeshi is one of Kauai’s five missing in action soldiers, came to work Sunday at the Kauai Veterans Museum. “I came right straight from church,” Matsuyama said. “I don’t know what I can do, but I’m sure they’ll find something I can help with.”

Lawai is jammin’

Monkeypod Jam is one of 10 businesses selected as Mana Up’s first cohort selling market-tested, value-added products that are authentic representatives of the Hawaii brand.