Happy Camper for Friday, January 14, 2022

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Debbie Tuzon works in her mu‘umu‘u, Tuesday because she said January (is Mu‘umu‘u Month) is almost over. She said she has a papale, different from the one on the table, to match.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Maren Arismendz welcomes guests to Sugar Skull in Warehouse 3540 in Lawai.

  • Dennis Fujimoto/The Garden Island

    Waimea High School media students Kaylen Lewis and Keyna Mociun check on their live stream production between the Junior Varsity and Varsity contests, Tuesday at the Clem Gomes Gym. The live stream is available for home games on Menehune Live on You Tube.

Maren Arismendz of Sugar Skull (remember them from the farmers market days?) said Warehouse 3540 in Lawai just had their Second Saturday where there is music, pop ups, and all kinds of nice things taking place on the second Saturday of each month, starting at 5 p.m.

Sugar Skull has a new location in Warehouse 3540 where Debbie Tuzon said Mu‘umu‘u Month is already moving fast…are Fridays (the vendors say mornings before noon is the best time) still the day to check out the market?

Kudos to Ms. Joyce Evens and the Menehune Media Magic girls — Kaylen Lewis and Keyna Mociun — who do the live stream for the Menehune home games on Menehune Live on YouTube. Ms. Evens said she came to the Clem Gomes Gym on Monday, too, even if there was no game.

Congratulations to Kun Cha’s daughters — Suzy Johnson, Iris Erickson, and Kim Foster — who took over the MacKlin place in the Rainbow Plaza! Their place is Seoul 2 Soul and even has bulgogi (hard to find, here) on the menu.

Okay, Girl Scout Cookie (you only have access to these treats once a year!) time is here. Angela Hoover and about six of Kaua‘i’s Girl Scout troops will offer sampling of this year’s new flavor — Adventurefuls, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at various spots around the Kukui Grove Center (need to keep social distancing and no crowds). This is also a good time to get your year’s order in, too.

  1. Richard S Fukushima January 14, 2022 1:40 am Reply

    Thank you very much for writing up the Seoul2Soul Korean Food restaurant opening. It was a tremendous response from the people around us. Our business have boosted tremendously, thanks to your publication.

    Much Mahalo and Blessings from above and our family.

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