‘Circus’ bowl for the kids

Samira Siale of the Enterprise Rent A Car team had the answers for the circus-themed bowling fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters Kauai. “We had a horse ready to go,” Siale said of the costumed entourage. “We even had a lion cutout for a dog, but they would have had to stay outside the bowling alley, and no one would go outside to look at them.”

Partying in Waimea

Hundreds of people flocked through the Waimea town during the Heritage Ho‘olaule‘a which wrapped up the nine-day 41st annual Waimea Town Celebration that started President’s Day weekend.

Enjoying breakfast!

“We were not here for two years,” said Pua Rossi of the Kauai Community College Hawaiian Club. “But we came back to help with the Zero Waste trash stations. We also have people walking the aisles to collect discards from the elderly and those who don’t want to come out in the rain.”

Be mine Valentine

More than 200 senior citizens celebrated Valentine’s Day with a western-themed dance, including popular line dancing, when the County of Kauai Division of Parks and Recreationhosted its annual “Sending You Some Love” get-together at the Kekaha Neighborhood Center.

Cruisin’ to Poipu

Harvey Maeda of Kauai Classic Cars said when he got up, Saturday, he saw the weather and thought the car show at The Shops at Kukuiula would be canceled because of all the rain and threatening weather.

KFCC installation gala

The Kauai Filipino Chamber of Commerce formally inducted its 2018 board and leaders, and presented recognition awards to community individuals and organizations.

Who will be Youth of the Year?

Kauai will be sending five candidates — Michael John Anderson, Alexis Freeman, Jessica Herman, Kody Kobayashi, and Kimberly Matutina — to compete for the Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii Youth of the Year.

Keiki celebration

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

School starts

Kauai Community College Chancellor Helen Cox said the place was buzzing Monday when the college opened its doors to the spring semester for 1,219 students.