Fine dining is well underway at the Kaua‘i Community College, and mahalo to Billy Gibson for sharing the menu with Carmen Centeno. For those who haven’t experienced it, set aside a couple of hours for lunch and check it out Tuesday through Thursday. Seating starts at 11:30 a.m. and you do need to call Billy for reservations.
And after dessert, you can always visit Jolynne Uyesono and her gang at the bookstore.
Coach Melissa Nobriga and her husband Douglas were filling in as security during Friday night’s football game. She said tomorrow’s KIF air riflery match is a critical one because if the boys win, they clinch the title. The same holds true for the Waimea girls: a win gives them the title. And because the Hanapepe Armory is being renovated, the match will be at Kaua‘i’s range with Waimea hosting from 3 p.m.
For those looking for Westside events, Mary Lindquist of the Episcopal Church is having the St. Francis Day Blessing of the Animals on Oct. 5 at both the Kekaha and ‘Ele‘ele churches. The Kekaha service is at St. Paul’s starting at 8 a.m. and the ‘Ele‘ele St. John’s church starts at 10 a.m. This is always a cool event. Last year there were no horses, but there were two the year before.
If the Westside is too far to go, David Moyles said St. Michael’s in Lihu‘e is also doing a blessing of the animals on Oct. 5 starting at 4:30 p.m.
OK, ‘nuff said … time to go check out Dean Nakayama and his take on UH hosting its first WAC game, Saturday.