There was no more room at the All Saints Episcopal Church gym in Kapa‘a Saturday during the Relay For Life Zumba fundraiser for Team Fely’s Angels.
Mayette Loseto said the animals (pigs and chickens) got to her Thai guava (those are the white ones!), but she had a bunch of mountain apples (really good deal because there are so many of them), and the Forbidden Valley pineapples from Clyde Ajimura to make up for no guava at the Grove Farm Market in Puhi Saturday, where Clyde Kodani was talking about Sharyl Lam Yuen’s desire to see a bon dance (last weekend was the virtual Kauai Soto Zen Temple Zenshuji event in Hanapepe with Gerald Hirata!) take root at the Puhi venue.
LIHU‘E — Kristyn Peralta of Bubbah’s Toy Box & Collectibles said the prizes donated by fellow collectors and friends will be given away Saturday during A Fight for Cancer Pop Swap for Randal Gusman at Kukui Grove Center.
PO‘IPU — Da Pali rock climbing wall was parked near the shuttle bus stop, Friday during its appearance at The Shops at Kukui‘ula.
The final ‘Ohana Fishing Days 2021 presented by Kaua‘i Families First is this Saturday in Anahola, said Bridget Arume, who stopped off to visit her daughter’s offering (she’s got koinobori) Saturday during the Relay For Life Pop-Up & Pick-Up at the Coconut Marketplace in Waipouli.
WAIMEA — “Llama Llama Loves to Read,” but does it have a tail? Hawai‘i First Lady Dawn Amano-Ige covered those bases Tuesday when she visited Kaua‘i to promote literacy, primarily the ‘Ohana Readers Kaua‘i, and the Hawai‘i State Public Library System’s Tails and Tales Summer Reading Program.
LIHU‘E — “This is a bum.” Those were the only words Kaua‘i All Stars Mustang 10 and under boys head coach Henry Ibia had Tuesday afternoon when the team gathered for practice at the Lihu‘e County Park Mustang field.
NAWILIWILI — Bonnie Tiffany worked the wheel of Bonjolea II to gain control of the Nawiliwili Yacht Club Invitational Series, Race No. 3 at the Nawiliwili Harbor.