And where was the Ninja Bread at Made In Hawai‘i? Ann Hashisaka of Kaua‘i Kookie brought the gingerbread people (minis and big guys) for Made In Hawai‘i, where she joined her sister Ruth Hashisaka, who came down special to help Ann and June Ikemoto at the Grove Farm Market craft-fair component Saturday in Puhi.
Even got to see Dr. Lloyd Fujimoto, who had a whole new batch of Milky Way photos. Spouting Horn at 2 a.m.? These are gorgeous! OK, Ted Fleming, need to go do some more Milky Way stuff.
They should meet up with Angela Hoover (she was doing the Zonta 16 Days of Activism along with Nikki Cristobal), who is having some Girl Scouts do some astronomy programs at the Grove Farm Museum. How about the honu and the Milky Way? Any kind of cosmic connection? Definitely not your everyday photo of honu.
And how about coach Todd Ozaki and his COVID-19 pr0ject? His Lily Pod designs are very solid woodworking. It’s amazing how many new vendors Grove Farm was able to pull together on Saturday. Bill Spitz already had his food component, so was checking out the crafters. Did he see the Ninja Bread at Kaua‘i Kookie?
Welcome, Taylor Anama and Salty Moo, which had some fancy stuff! Taylor said she’ll be doing the market until the end of January to see how things work out.
And kudos, Peaches and Little Pea, on the great turnout for the Holiday Market at the Kukui Marketplace in the old Pier 1 location in Lihu‘e.
At the market, attendees needed to have proof of vaccine, fill out contact-tracing forms, or show a negative COVID-19 test (they even had Dr. Dawn Sparks on hand to do tests for those who missed the window).
And Ari Brun is getting ready for the first night of Lanterns of Love that turn on starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Kaua‘i Hospice office. If you haven’t gotten yours, you need to hurry before they run out.
Dennis Fujimoto, staff writer and photographer, can be reached at 245-0453 or firstname.lastname@example.org.