Happy Camper for Wednesday, October 16, 2019

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    A. Kimberlin Blackburn and her rendering of a banana farmer at the KSA34th ART Kauai exhibit at the KSA gallery at the Kukui Grove Center.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    There never was a fence keeping people from enjoying the stream flowing at the Kauai Community College.

There are still a few more days remaining to check out the artwork at the 34th annual ART Kauai (the exhibit runs through Oct. 25) at the Kauai Society of Artists gallery at the Kukui Grove Center (if you visit during the weekdays, the Zombies are all in school) where you not only get to see great art, but meet the artists who are doing gallery sitting.

A. Kimberlin Blackburn (the rendering of a banana farmer and the farmers market is very cool) was visiting the gallery with Evelyn du Buhr (she’s got an inspiring croton on the wall) with Yana Shayne (she finally got the iPod to work) during a quiet Monday (it’s nice to see Mark Bonilla of Jamba Juice — did you check out their coupons for the blue thing? — enjoying some nice Filipino food for lunch) following the weekend of Spooky events.

More “spooktacular” events come up Saturday with the Dog Fanciers’ Howl-oween pet costume contest and the Small Fry Spooky Crafts Keiki Party (they’ve got the place set up nicely from the Slime Party) ending with the Spooky Movie Night.

Friday evening (it starts at 4 p.m.) is time to meet up with Sandi Kato-Klutke (is she doing more pumpkins at the Fall Festival Sunday?) and the Matsuri Kauai (gotta try some of those made-on-the-spot noodles) at Kauai War Memorial Convention Hall.

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

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