Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2022 |
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Linda Hartung (Ames must’ve been home sleeping) said she’s having a party Friday night when the Rotary Club of Kauai presents the Lights on Rice Holiday parade, since she lives right on the parade route.
Linda was checking out pottery created by Chris Broussard (he’s retired as a nurse after more than two decades at Wilcox Memorial Hospital) Saturday at the Kauai Handworks 36th annual Kauai Craft Fair at the Elsie Wilcox Elementary School cafeteria (Annette Hashimoto said she’s on the list, so was just a shopper Saturday).
Vicky Ramos (what about the orange scarves and the writer from Ireland?) said she and Eve Solomon will continue to do the Kauai Handworks for as long as they can (Dr. Addison Bulosan, the chairperson for the Lights on Rice parade, wanted to know how the event started).
Eve, Keith Tammarine and Wendi Magaoay (ask her about the covillea tree, a lot of people did) also have works on exhibit at the Kauai Society of Artists “small works, Big Show” going on now through Jan. 8 at the KSA gallery at Kukui Grove Center.
OK, time to check out Geographic Information Systems at the Kauai Community College.
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