Sarah Tochiki’s practice for the Lights on Rice holiday parade (get ready, people — it’s Friday!) for the Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School Band (are they going to play “Miserlou?”) was like the high school bands’ homecoming practice as the stucco percussion rhythm floated over the school on the brisk winds.
Edwin Vea (he was busy selling cha-wang holders at the Kauai Handworks Fair) might be at the Kauai Museum’s Christmas Craft Fair (it’s from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday as well). Edwin is looking for contributions for the first West Kauai United Methodist Church at Kaumakani (this is a good chance to go see the church in person) craft fair and silent auction, Dec. 10 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The WKUMC will be at the museum with Becky Komaki’s malasadas, pronto pups, and don’t forget the newly-developed poi balls. Karin Panui will be doing her Mailelani’s offerings (get Edwin to do more cha-wang holders) at the museum, too.
And don’t forget Brenda Sameshima (is Dickie Chang going to be flipping burgers again?), Tina Brun and all those St. Raphael Church people who will have their celebratory carnival and craft fair Saturday in Koloa.