Happy Camper for Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

Kudos to Kauai Lynx coach Clarence Sales on a great Veterans Day Weekend hoops tournament. Coach Bobby Kamakele had his Kaulupono kids (it’s kind of unusual to see Katelyn Constantino suited up as a Kaulupono player instead of a Supersonics), and Monique Tomacder (too bad there was no Varsity division) was checking out the action.

Greg Askew and Candice Boxer were split up with the Ono Pops, Greg doing the Princeville Night Market (they expanded their hours to 2 to 8 p.m.), and Candice taking on the crowded parking at the music fest at the Church of the Pacific. Greg said he’s got a Green Egg looking for a home (just in time for smoking that Thanksgiving turkey).

Courtney Puig (mahalo for that great mug!) said the Kilauea Art Night is moving to the Kauai Mini Golf park starting Dec. 9. In 2017, the event becomes regular on the last Saturday of each month.

Paulette Peterson said this was the first Princeville Night Market they’ve been able to bring the Kickshaw’s trailer to, and Sloan (she’s all grown up, now) had to have some Poppie’s Pop Corn (kettle corn?) before being parked in her box so Paulette and Seth could take care of the dinner rush.

Tina Ferrato (yep, they were at the Chocolate and Coffee Festival) and Mark Furr are ready for the holidays, unveiling their holiday wrapping at the market.


Dennis Fujimoto can be reached at 245-0453 or at dfujimoto@thegardenisland.com.


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