Even Puff, the Permanently Affordable Living Hawai‘i mascot, wore a mu‘umu‘u on Wednesday after Ka‘iulani Kauahi fashioned a piece of cloth into a mu‘u with a tie (need to secure garments for four-legged wearers). Ka‘iulani said the PAL Hawai‘i crew, including Taylor Lani and Crystal Caday-Bargayo, can wear mu‘u through the month of January because the month is Mu‘umu‘u Appreciation Month … have you gotten your pa‘ina tickets, yet?
Aren’t you curious to see the designs that come out — especially in the AvantGarde category? Visit the Kaua‘i Historical Society for tickets (yes, they have a website, too).
In the meantime, this is the Downtown Lihu‘e Tour with Pat Griffin that will probably take you right through the Downtown Lihu‘e Night Market (yes, this is the second Saturday. Hopefully, the Velvet Apples — it’s a relative of the persimmon — are still in season).
The pair of ladies looking for the prosecutor’s office on Monday should’ve stuck around because Kaua‘i Prosecuting Attorney Rebecca Like showed up in person to help celebrate January being observed as Human Trafficking Prevention Month … kudos to the many hands that collaborate to keep the problem from spreading around the island!
It’s Friday, and the Kaua‘i Interscholastic Federation girls basketball games are in Waimea tonight. It might be a good idea to stop by the Friday Night Art before the game just to avoid the Puhi traffic.
Dennis Fujimoto can be reached at 245-0453 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: The Garden Island