Friday, Feb. 23, 2024 |
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Carl Lo said Stu Burley had his Dr. Pepper securely hidden behind one of the posters at the historic Koloa exhibit during the Flavors of Kukuiula Friday night, a part of the just-ended Koloa Plantation Days celebration.
The pau hana party had Dustin Stoner exchanging his Uncle D’s BBQ bottles of sauce for a fiddle and a musical ensemble setting the stage for Wally Rita y Los Kauaianos, who kept the place hopping once the sun went down, and Jodie Agena and Kawehi Ahloo kept the Eating House 1849 on the map with that ono dessert.
Melissa McFerrin-Warrack said Merrimen’s was going crazy handing out green banana tostones to go along with the kachi-kachi music, and Catherine Lo was trying to figure out how to get everything from The Shops at Kukuiula to the Anne Knudsen Park in time for the park celebration Saturday.
Everything worked because the exhibit made it to the park where Elton Ushio said the kendo club was getting some help by helping sell admission bands to the park (this is the one time in the year when Chala Vidinha gets behind the microphone) and mahalo to Carol Furtado for the help with the parade judging results.
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