Friday, Aug. 19, 2022 |
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Some people (er, dogs?) will do anything for sushi. Sharron Weber and her Tire Warehouse gang (they’re in the Lights on Rice parade Friday evening!) got some sushi (handmade, no less) from a customer, and Hoku showed how she can open the door when you mention the word.
Over at the Historic County Building, First Lieutenant Alyshia Leisure of Kansas (they’re the lead for the Tropic Care Kauai 2016) was amazed at the Spam Christmas tree (it’s actually really cool!) which was on display in the lobby while waiting on their turn at the Kauai County Council meeting. Elizabeth Freeman and her elves (Manu Fonua — his son was the No. 2 quarterback at Kapaa High School, this year — was busy making sure everything worked) will get the help of Lois Ricciardi and the Kauai Chorale in turning on the lights starting at 6 p.m. Friday.
And, once the parade is over, make haste (drive safely!) to Kukui Grove Center where Stacie Chiba Miguel and Chantal Zarbaugh have been working hard to make sure the lights (and music) go on at 9 p.m.
For Ora Tashiro, the Kauai Museum has its craft fair from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, and the All Saints’ Episcopal Church and Preschool hosts its fair benefiting Ke Akua youth group and the American Cancer Society Relay for Life on Saturday from 9 a.m. at the All Saints’ Gym in Kapaa.
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