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everend Ryan Newman, rector at All Saints’ Episcopal Church in Kapaa, will be conducting the farm fair’s opening blessing. Kauai County Farm Bureau is celebrating its 45th anniversary this year. In June 1968, Katsuto Arashiro, a pineapple and tomato farmer in Wailua Homesteads, Lincoln Takenaka of Wailua Homesteads and Manuel Medeiros of Kalaheo both raised chickens for eggs and meat. George Hiyane of Kapaa grew pineapples, Antone Silva of Kalaheo grew poinsettias, and Joseph Esaki, who was one of the first of Kauai farmers to go to the Univer-

sity of Hawaii at that their collecManoa to earn an tive efforts would agricultural degree, yield greater influwas known for ence on public growing watermelpolicy for diversion and truck crops fied agriculture. in Kapahi. They Our agricultural saw the need for roots run deep Newman a farmers’ organiinto the history of zation chartered Kauai County, and the Kauai County Farm it is Farm Bureau’s hope Bureau. Today’s Farm Bu- that agriculture remains a reau is the descendant of strong economic sector in the organization created the years to come. Please by these men and their join us in remembering farm families. our longtime Kauai Farm These pioneers realized families as we honor our collectively purchasing past and look to Kauai’s inputs in bulk at lower future at 6:15 p.m. Thursprices and selling their day on stage in the Enteragricultural products tainment Tent. at higher prices jointly See you at the 2013 provided benefits to their Kauai Farm Fair as we individual businesses, and “Grow Kauai Together!”

Aloha! I am proud to welcome you to the 2013 Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair, one of the largest community events on the island. We all look forward to this annual event because there’s something for everyone to enjoy at the fair, from keiki to kupuna! This year’s theme Growing Kauai Together truly captures the essence of what is happening in agriculture here on the Garden Isle. And the Farm Fair provides a wonderful showcase for this with the 4-H Auction and Petting Zoo, Fruit & Vegetable Show, Kauai Coffee Celebrity Chef Cook-off for Charity, and so much more. The fair also gives us a chance to recognize the contributions of the individuals who have worked so hard over the years to establish an agricultural community on Kauai, along with the efforts of the younger generation who are poised to lead the agricultural industry into the future. On behalf of the people of the County of Kauai, I extend a big mahalo to the organizers and volunteers of the Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair, who work tirelessly year after year to make this event a success. Aloha Pumehana,

Bernard P. Carvalho Jr. Mayor, County of Kauai

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Friday, August 23

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Commercial/nonprofit booths close at 11 p.m.

Saturday, August 24

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Sunday, August 25*

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Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair “Growing Kauai Together” August 22-25, 2013 Vidinha Stadium Lihue

*Note: Participating vendors are required to be on site and unloaded 1 hour prior to gates opening. Vehicular traffic will not be permitted one hour before fair gates open.

TICKET PRICES Keiki 3 & Under ...................... Free Keiki (4-12) .................................$2 Seniors (65+) ...............................$4 Adults ..........................................$5 *NOTE: Sunday, August 25, entry fee is half off for adults ($2) from noon to 6 p.m. Children’s prices the same. After 6 p.m. on Sunday, entry is FREE!

LOCATION The Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair takes place at Vidinha Stadium in Lihue. The following intersections will be closed to vehicle traffic during the fair (5 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. August 22 to 25). • Hoolako Road and Oihana Street • Halau Street and Hoolako Road • Hoolako Road and Kapule Highway • Hoolako Road and Kaana Street

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here’s lots of new ways to play and win at this year’s 2013 Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair, Thursday through Sunday at Vidinha Stadium. This year’s fun goes to a new and exciting higher plane with the title sponsor Alaska Airlines Grand Prize Giveaway for Four with one lucky winner walking away with four round-trips to anywhere Alaska Airlines flies, valued at $5,000. All you need to do to play is to upload your favorite vacation memory photo to any of the 95 destinations Alaska Airlines flies with a brief description and you could be one of the five lucky finalists at the Entertainment Tent on Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. Just go to kauaifarmfair.org. Kauai Island Utility Cooperative supports encourages our keiki ages 6-16 to showcase their talents on Saturday from 1 p.m. with great prizes to inspire and

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empower them to perform. Go to kauaifarmfair.org to enter by Tuesday. From 2 to 4 p.m. HMSA sponsors Kauai’s Keiki Olympics, which is open to keiki at the Entertainment Tent with good, old-fashioned county fair fun with watermelon eating, poi eating, and hula hooping it up for fun fair prizes! Meadow Gold Dairies Hawaii, which put on the first Healthy Baby contest dating back to 1953, sponsors the 17th Annual

Healthy Baby Contest at this year’s Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair. Babies ages 12 months to 30 months can enter by going to lanimoo.com. Last but not least, for the first time ever, you have the chance to win $500 cash with the Times/Big Save shopping spree! It’s a double dip with your chance to save money with an exclusive discount offer to buy your County Fair passes in advance now until Saturday at all Times/ Big Save Stores islandwide. Save $15 on a family pack of 10 fair passes or $5 on a family pack of five passes. With your family pack purchase you’ll receive an entry into the shopping spree giveaway. Purchase your family pack through Saturday. One lucky name will be drawn and announced live on KONG FM 93.5 with Ron Wiley and Marc Valentin at 2 p.m. on Sunday at the Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair. Need not purchase to play or win. Sunday, August 18, 2013


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Farm Fair Goes Zero Waste This year, the Farm Fair food booths “go green” with the help of Zero Waste Kauai and Kapaa JROTC cadets. Each nonprofit food vendor has made a commitment to use compostable foodware, investing to help support the reduction of waste at the fair. This adds to other green efforts at the fair, such as CFL lighting, oil recycling and the use of HI-5 containers. In line with the county’s commitment to zero waste, new waste stations will be provided to help fairgoers separate waste in the food areas into containers marked compostable, recycling and trash. Zero Waste volunteers and the Kapaa JROTC cadets will be on hand to help implement the new system and answer questions. All compostable food waste generated during the event will be carried to Mark Freeman’s farm. Sunday, August 18, 2013

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he Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair kicks off with Kauai-style fun on Thursday with hula in the ancient kahiko and auwana style with Leinaala Jardin’s Halau Ka Lei Mokihana followed by the official blessing and opening ceremony and fair dedication on Thursday night! Tsunami Taiko follows with their lively drumming performance at 7 p.m. Foodies will be tasting treats over at the Kauai Coffee celebrity cook-off for charity from 7 to 9 p.m. KGEFCU is the $500 Blackout Bingo Game Sponsor at 7:45 p.m. and this year is proud to sponsor the Rooster Country Karaoke Finalists Competition with on-air personality Ed Kanoi. Opening night just gets better with a country line dancing exhibition and then the real dancing begins with Kauai’s own Wally Rita y Los Kauaianos performing katchi katchi music. Be sure to bring your dancing shoes. Then, back by popular demand — from Las Vegas — master hypnotist Tina Marie will delight and hypnotize you with her hilarious interactive show starting at 10:45 p.m. On Friday night, the Kauai County Farm Bureau fair goes live at 6 p.m. with $500 Blackout Bingo with KCFCU followed by the Paradise Big Band performing a tribute to Frank Sinatra, who performed six shows at the Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair as a comeback tour. Master hypnotist Tina Marie will have you laughing till you cry at 7:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. watching your friends and neighbors being hysterically funny on the Entertainment stage. Plus, you’ll see and

Schedule The Kauai County Farm Bureau is looking toward the future of agriculture and sustainability on our beautiful Garden Island. From the Kauai Grown program to a Zero Waste fair, the Kauai County Farm Bureau is helping Kauai be more self sufficient and care for our environment, ensuring a bright future for Kauai.

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hear the finalists sing their hearts out on Friday night in this year’s song contest sponsored by Dow Agrosciences. They’ll be singing for $500 in cash and Aloha Dance Studio will be dancing for you as well. Kauai’s up-and-coming (as well as last year’s second place runner up in the song contest) Paradox Lockdown will take the stage at 10 p.m. with their original music and brand new music. You may even get a hot-off-the press complimentary CD! Saturday, the Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair opens with entertainment at 1 p.m. with KIUC Keiki Talent Showcase, giving Kauai’s youth ages 6 to 16 a chance to shine on stage. HMSA follows with the Keiki Olympics and entertainment by Aloha Dance Studio and GAMEKIDS, and then the 17th Annual Meadowgold Healthy Baby Contest. Master hypnotist Tina Marie performs at 6 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. attracting people of all ages, who are hypnotized and entertain the spectators. Oceanic Time Warner gives away $500 cash and is followed by the ever popular vocalist Paula

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6:00-6:15 p.m. Fair Opening Kahiko Performance followed by Auwana after Fair Blessing at 6:15pm 6:20 p.m. Fair Dedication 7:00 p.m. Tsunami Taiko Drumming 7:45 - 8:15 p.m. KGEFCU $500 Blackout Bingo

Tina Marie Fuga who will give breath to her unique and original songs at 8 p.m. The island musical rhythms’ continue with Hawaiian Teddy Bear, who will have you swaying and dancing at the Entertainment Tent! Sundays Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair line-up is new and exciting with a Family Day theme starting off with New Hope Kauai at 12:15 p.m. followed by master hypnotist Tina Marie at 1:30 p.m. and her finale show at 8:30 p.m. It’s your last chance for $500 cash at 3 p.m. with Garden Island Federal Credit

8:30- 9:30 p.m. Rooster Country Karaoke Contest & Line Dancing by KGEFCU 9:30 p.m. Wally Y Los Kauaianos - Kachi Kachi 10:30 p.m. Master Hypnotist Tina Marie

Aloha Friday Highlights Kauai Community Federal Credit Union hosts Friday night at the fair 6:00 p.m. Kauai Community FCU’s $500 Winner Take All! Blackout BINGO with Ron Wiley

6:30 p.m. Introducing Paradise Big Band Tribute to Frank Sinatra 7:30 p.m. Las Vegas Hypnotist - Tina Marie 8:30 p.m. Dow AgroSciences Song Contest 9 p.m. Aloha Dance Studio Performance 10:00 p.m. Paradise Lockdown 11:00 p.m. Las Vegas Hypnotist - Tina Marie

Super Saturday Highlights Oceanic Time Warner Super Saturday 1:00 p.m. KIUC Keiki Talent Showcase 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. HMSA presents Keiki Olympics & Entertainment 4:30 p.m. 17th annual Meadow Gold Healthy Baby Contest 6:00 p.m. Las Vegas Hypnotist - Tina Marie 7:15 p.m. Oceanic’s $500 Winner Take All! Blackout BINGO 8:00 p.m. Headliner Paula Fuga 9:30 p.m. Island Rhythm performance by Hawaiian Teddy Bear

10:45 p.m. Las Vegas Hypnotist ~ Tina Marie Late Night

Family Fun Sunday Highlights Garden Island Federal Credit Union presents Family Fun Sunday with more entertainment than ever before 12:15 p.m. New Hope Kauai Sunday Service 1:30 p.m. Las Vegas Hypnotist ~ Tina Marie 3:00 p.m. GIFCU $500 Winner Take All! Blackout BINGO 3:45 p.m. GAMEKIDS Get in the Groove 4:00 p.m. Alaska Airlines Family Memories Grand Prize: $5000 Round Trip for Family of Four 5:00-5:45pm p.m. The Magic of Hawaii Children’s Theatre 6:00 p.m. Island Music by Frank Cruz & Cruz Control 7:00 p.m. Na Hoku Hanohano nominated artist Shar Carillo 8:30 p.m. Hypnotist show - Tina Marie Finale

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ing dance performance and then the winning continues with the Continued from 8 Alaska Airlines Grand Union at 3 p.m. and this Prize Giveaway for four year the new twist is that at 4 p.m. you can pick up your Everyone’s a winner! Blackout Bingo Card at And you’ll get to see the Entertainment Tent and hear about some starting at 2:30 p.m., and amazing family vacation there’s plenty for all! memories! At 3:45 p.m., GAMEThere will even be a KIDS will pick up the Wildcard opportunity to beat and get you in the be the Grand Prize Wingroove with their uplift- ner! To keep the keiki Sunday, August 18, 2013

and family mesmerized and entertained you’ll get to see three cameo performances from Hawaii Children’s Theatre recent and upcoming productions. Frank Cruz and Cruz Control will perform their sweet island music to be followed by Kauai’s Sunday night headliner and a 2013 Na Hoku Hanohano nominee Shar Carillo. T H E

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n Saturday from noon to 3 p.m. in the Agricultural Exhibit Tent, the Kauai Woodturners Club will be hosting a demonstration focusing on woods commonly used, the different types of bowls, and the techniques used to make them.

The Garden Island Resource Conservation & Development, Inc.’s Forestry Committee will be there with their tropical hardwood display. Featuring wood samples of high value tropical timber trees grown here on Kauai.

t’s fair time again and the Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair Home Economics Show, organized and staffed by the Kauai Association for Family, and Community Education, has added some new and interesting contests. Origami, a new arts and crafts contest for youth and adults, has been included this year. Get your nimble fingers warmed up and fold some interesting, colorful and beautiful pieces of Japanese origami, the fine art of paper folding. Also put together some recycled material to create an interesting artifact constructed of throwaways. Our special ingredient contest for youth and adults is pineapple. Prepare bread, muffins, cookies, cake or confection using

pineapple as the predominating flavor. Pick up a rules booklet or visit kauaifarmfair. org for full list of ways to participate. Bring all your entries to the Home Economics Show tent on Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon. Ribbons and/or cash prizes will be awarded in most categories. KAFCE has expanded the Legos “R” competition to include a Model Building Contest using Lego Bricks for youth only, 8-12 years of age, to be held in the Home Economics Show tent Sunday at noon. You must pre-register on Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon in the Home Show tent. The contest is limited to the first 20 individual registrants. You may have a friend or parent register for you. Please

read the General Information and Rules booklet to learn what you need to do to participate. Contestants will have one hour to produce a creation from Lego pieces provided by KAFCE. To participate: Obtain a General Information and Rules booklet at the State Building in the University

of Hawaii Cooperative Extension Service Office, Room 210, Lihue (2743471) or at the neighborhood centers and public libraries. Entry display tags may also be picked up in advance at the State Building. For information call Bernie Tangalin, 651-5039 or Lenore Klass, 742-9358.

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Exhibits Orchids in Paradise

This year we will be having Hawaiian lei makn his book, “Orchid ing. HTFFA will feature Isles, the Story of Orour talented lei makers chids in Hawaii,” Paul from Kauai. In addition, Wood states: “If orchids potted plants that can be could dream of an orchid grown for lei making will heaven, they would imagbe available for purchase, ine something like the and finished leis also to be Hawaiian Islands.” Hawaii worn, adored by eyes and has the perfect climate and cherished in hearts. The microclimate with just the proceeds for our show will right amount of humidity, go toward a 2014 HTFFA sun and fresh breezes. Scholarship that is awarded If you want to learn more to a college student majorabout orchids, come join ing in agriculture. one of the two orchid clubs Our guest lei makers are: on the island. The Garden Paul & Noelani of PuaIsland Orchid Society meets kini Co. and Lehua Mamo in Hanapepe at the United Flower Farm, Linda and Church of Christ while the Emma Pittman of Flowers Kauai Orchid Society Meets by Emma & Kilauea Nursin Kapaa at the Mahelona ery, Elvrine Chow of HeavHospital. enly Hakus, Kala Oshiro Both meet six times a of Kala’s Kreations, Dotty year. The Garden Island Yadao of Garden Isle Party Orchid Society hosts the Essentials and Haunani Spring Fantasy Show which Pacheco from Hawaiian is usually held at the end of Paradise Flowers. March or early April, and Orchids in Paradise, which is one of the displays at the Kauai Farm Bureau Fair. Kauai Orchid Society has one show at Kukui Grove just before Mother’s Day. For more information about the club, see our website: gardenislandorchidsociety.org. Newsletters from seasons past are also posted on this site.

I 2013 Ag Exhibit Tent Schedule Thursday, 6 p.m. to midnight 7 to 9 p.m. Kauai Coffee Celebrity Chef Cookoff for Charity with Kauai Grown Sample Kauai Grown plates from six top chefs and help select the winner! $30 for first 100 participants; proceeds support Kauai charities Sponsored by Kauai Coffee

Friday 6 to 9 p.m. Tropical Floral Design Show with special guests Presented by Hawaii Tropical Flower & Foliage Association Amateur Tropical Floral Design Contest Up for grabs is the Mayor Bryan Baptiste Perpetual Trophy for Excellence

Saturday, noon to midnight Noon to 3 p.m. Kauai Woodturners Demonstration Sunday, August 18, 2013

3:30 to 5 p.m. Growing Orchids by Garden Island Orchid Society 5 to 6:30 p.m. Growing Your Own Anthuriums by Kauai Anthurium Association 6:30 to 10 p.m. The Art of Bonsai with the Kauai Bonsai Club

Garden Island Federal Credit Union’s Family Fun Sunday, noon Noon KAFCE Home Show exhibit pickup 3 p.m. Floral and plant exhibits area closes to the public; Floral sales in commercial tent open until 5 p.m. Programs by UH College of Tropical Agriculture (CTAHR), KAFCE, Kauai Anthurium Association, Kauai Bonsai Club, Hawaii Tropical Flower and Foliage Association, Garden Island Orchid Society and Kauai Grown, and Fruit & Vegetable Show volunteers.

fertilizer courtesy of CPS will be available to first 50 attendees, and there will be a drawing for plants.

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his year the Kauai Bonsai club will present a roundtable of demonstrations on Saturday evening at 6:30 p.m. featuring the club’s more experienced members. Topics from trimming to putting together a group, and planting are covered. Members will be available for questions, helpful tips on the fundamentals, horticulture, aesthetics and traditions of bonsai for those wishing to learn more about this living art.

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awaii Tropical Flowers and Foliage Association, Kauai Chapter, would like to cordially invite you to our annual Tropical Flower Design Show on Friday night at the end of the exhibition tent behind the fruit and vegetable display area. The event will start at 6 p.m. and continue throughout the evening until 9 p.m. T H E

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he Farm Bureau Fruit & Vegetable Show is an annual tradition. Every year, experienced farmers, backyard growers and students bring their fruits and vegetables from atemoya to vanilla to Vidinha Stadium the Thursday morning before the fair for judging in the Fruit & Vegetable competition. For fair attendees, the show offers a glimpse of the many varieties that are currently grown on Kauai. Entries will be accepted on Thursday from 8 a.m. to noon at the Fruit & Vegetables tent exhibit area of the fairground. Late entries will be displayed but not judged. All entries must be grown on Kauai by their exhibitor, only one per variety of commodity. Those with more than 10 entries are requested to prepare their entry forms in advance. For rules and more information, visit www.kauaifarmfair.org.

The Bonsai display by Kauai Bonsai Club memhe Kauai Anthurium bers is always a highlight of Club will host its the fair in the Agriculture annual anthurium Exhibit Tent. Plants will be show this year in the exhibit available for sale, and club tent. Come see these beauti- members will be on hand ful plants and learn about to answer any questions propagating anthuriums, regarding caring for bonsai how to repot, what kind or taking it up as a hobby. media to use and when to Membership is open, for cut at the demonstration on more information please Saturday at 5 p.m. Nutricote look for our members at the

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on’t miss the Kauai Master Gardeners annual farm fair plant sale fundraiser. This year, we’re offering a variety of organically grown herbs, vegetable starts, native and landscape plants. In addition to old favorites, we’ll have exciting new introductions to choose from, including several unique varieties of basil, dill, oregano, rosemary, tarragon, parsley, shiso, lemon balm, cilantro, lemon grass, catnip, arugula, kale, Swiss chard, tomatoes, peppers, vanilla orchids and more! We will also have UH seeds available for purchase or for order. All proceeds from the sale will support the Kauai Master Gardener Program in its mission to promote sustainable

2013 4-H Livestock Tent Schedule Thursday, August 22

• Browse our collection of free locally, relevant home gardening publications, and • Enter our Sweepstakes to win a free University of Hawaii, sixteen week horticultural training course to become a certified Master Gardener!

gardening practices. This is our biggest fundraising event of the year and we need your support! You can: • Buy plants for your home garden, • Mingle with Master Gardeners and learn more about our program,

6 p.m. 4-H Lamb and Goat Shows 7 - 8:30 p.m. 4-H Petting Zoo, $2 per person 9 - 9:30 p.m. Rhode Island Red Chicks for Sale; $4 each (very limited amount; must bring your own container) 10 p.m. Livestock Area Closes

Friday, August 23 6 p.m. 4-H Beef Steer and Hog Shows

7 - 9 p.m. 4-H Petting Zoo, $2 per person 9:30 - 10 p.m. Rhode Island Red Chicks for Sale; $4 each (very limited amount; must bring your own container)

Saturday, August 24 3:30 - 5 p.m. 4-H Petting Zoo, $2 per person 5:30 - 6 p.m. Rhode Island Red Chicks for Sale; $4 each (very limited amount; must bring your own container) 6:15 p.m. 4-H Livestock Awards

Sunday, August 25 1 - 2:30 p.m. 4-H Petting Zoo, $2 per person 2:30 p.m. Rhode Island Red Chicks for Sale; $4 each (while supplies last)

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6:30 p.m. 4-H Beef Steer, Lamb, Hog, and Goat Auction 7:30 - 9 p.m. 4-H Petting Zoo, $2 per person 9:30 - 10 p.m. Rhode Island Red Chicks for Sale; $4 each (very limited amount; must bring your own container)

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Kauai Grown Tent Schedule Thursday, August 22

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he Kauai Coffee Cookoff for Charity with Kauai Grown opens the fair on Grand Opening Night this year at 7 p.m. in the Agricultural Exhibit Tent. The public is invited, along with our judges, to sample the plates of six top Kauai Chefs using the freshest Kauai Grown and raised farm ingredients and select your favorites. Each chef competes for

the charity of their choice, the winning chef to receive a $2,000 donation to their charity of choice. Tickets are available to 100 members of the public and can be purchased online in advance of the event, or a limited number will be at the Exhibit tent for purchase at 6 p.m. Your $30 donation goes to support the charity prize. This event is sponsored by Kauai Coffee, proud

6 to 9 p.m. Kauai Grown Honey Tasting by KBEE

Friday, August 23 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Kauai Cattlemen’s Association Beef Promotion with Chef Mark Oyama & KCC Culinary Arts program

to be 100 percent Kauai Grown. Each dish will feature one of their select coffees as one of the ingredients.

Saturday, August 24 Various Demos Throughout the Day 5 to 7 p.m. Poi Tasting by Kauai Taro Growers

Ron Miller of Hukilau Lanai, winner of last year’s chef challenge

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4-H: The Power of Youth!

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ook for the 4-Hers at the fair! You’ll find them wearing the traditional 4-H logo a green four-leaf clover with white “H” on each leaf representing head, heart, hands and health. The 4-H Petting Zoo will be operated during limited hours by 4-H members in the Livestock tent. Bring a child to share the experience of cuddling up to a bunny or petting a tame chicken. Take advantage of a teachable moment to develop an appreciation of animals and agriculture. Cost to enter is $2 a person. All proceeds of the zoo will benefit the Kauai 4-H Federation, a notfor-profit organization that provides educational opportunities for youth. During the year, the 4-H Federation provides opportunities for youth to lead, learn and grow

F through workshops, leadership trainings, conferences and service learning projects. With the help of adults, youth plan and implement these activities while developing valuable life skills. 4-H activities will take place under the Livestock Tent during the four day fair. Come and learn about the many things 4-H has

to offer. There is something for everyone and you’ll discover that it’s much more than raising livestock! Sign up as a 4-H volunteer and experience the rewarding feeling of helping others! For more information on 4-H, come and talk to us at the fair or call the University of Hawaii Cooperative Extension Office at 274-3473.

2013 Scholarship Recipients

our $1,000 agricultural scholarships were awarded to three students from Kapaa High School and an undergraduate at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. They are: • Dawn Masako Mones. Dawn graduated from Kapaa High School and she will be attending California Polytechnic University to study Tropical Plant Science and AgroEcology. • Madeline Rausch. Madeline is a graduate of Kapaa High School and is planning to attend California Polytechnic University to study Agricultural Business with a concentration in Viticulture. • Carlie Ann DeSilva is a graduate from Kapaa

High School and is planning to attend University of Hawaii at Hilo to study pre-veterinary medicine. • Casandra Kawamura is a 2010 Kauai High School graduate attending the University of Hawaii at Manoa studying animal science and striving to become a large animal veterinarian In addition, two $1,000 farm family scholarship recipients were awarded to members of Kauai County Farm Bureau families. They are: • Angela DunsmoorConnor. She graduated from Kauai High School and is the daughter of Joseph Dunsmoor, who farms at Waipa. Angela will be attending Univer-

sity of Notre Dame and studying engineering. • Ting Huang. Ting is a 2008 Kauai High School graduate and is studying nursing at Kapiolani Community College in Honolulu. Ting’s parents, Hannah and James, are active Kauai County Farm Bureau members and own Kauai Glory Farm. 2013 is the first year Hawaii Tropical Flowers and Foliage Association (HTFFA), Kauai Chapter offered scholarships to students in college studying agriculture. HTFFA-Kauai awarded Teri Lau a $1,000 scholarship. • Teri Lau attends Kauai Community College, works at the farm on campus and is studying horticulture.

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