The Alzheimer’s Association, as part of its “Caregiver Training” for family caregivers, offers “Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body” class online Friday, Oct. 23.
How did Sabrina Bodon’s dad know to pack the secret ingredient to the exploding bon bons (is it still on the menu for Halloween?) being offered by Papalani Gelato during the Harry Potter weekend (this was also the 14th anniversary of the Costco opening, said Phil Worwa).
Yes, even Santa (aka Phil Worwa — he’s wrapping up his staycation in paradise) has a face mask when he dropped in on the Kama‘aina Days and Orly’s Patisserie (did you see that cake valued at $1,500) Saturday at the Hokulei Village Shopping Center in Puhi.
Following are this week’s synopses of shows on KBFD TV, which televises Korean dramas with English subtitles:
A school was existent in Anahola at least as early as February 19, 1858, the fateful day when it was blown down in a wind storm accompanied by thunder and lightning.
Kaua‘i Police Department Chief Todd Raybuck didn’t fool around Tuesday during the Bikes on Rice (it only happens once a month) family ride. He brought his entire ‘ohana, including the two family dogs (great dog carriers made for bicycles). Ashton Varner discovered her VIP bike is a veteran from the Nancy Budd days before she upgraded to a higher level of equipment, and was Dr. Randy Blake one of the group leaders?
The annual Medicare Advantage and Medicare Prescription Drug Plan open enrollment period is traditionally a time for educational events, classes and one on one meetings, but this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some new and different ways to learn about Medicare.
LIHU‘E — In March, Wellness Empowerment Coach Katie Rampen of Katie Rampen’s Healthy Families of Poipu, was diagnosed with breast cancer again despite having had a double mastectomy eight years ago.
ANAHOLA — In September, the Vaka Taumako Project of Pacific Traditions Society’s film “We, the Voyagers,” parts one and two, won the grand prize for Feature Film at the International Maritime Film Festival (IMFF) in Bucksport, Maine.