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Troy Lazaro helped spice up the CKTV craft fair, last week, with the Zumba getting everyone hopped up and ramped up. The addition of the food trucks also drew in the crowds.
Seth and Paulette Peterson of Kickshaws (breakfast for lunch?) are hoping it carries over this weekend at the Artisan Fair (you know it’s the holidays because Amy Christmas will be there) at Kapaa Beach Park.
Gerald Nakashima was getting a taste of what his daughter goes through as he got help from Dean Okayama (pancake breakfast coming up 6:30 to 11 a.m. Dec. 7) in trying to get video of the Zumba.
Pat Hunter Williams said the weekend starts today with the showing of “The Rise of the Wahine” in Waimea.
Beth Debrey of the St. Michael and All Angels’ Episcopal Church has their King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma weekend starting with a concert today, a craft fair on Saturday and special services on Sunday.
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