Free Lunch, Pizza And Networking

Debra Jason

Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? Jessica Brown called to say Papaya’s Natural Foods and Café in Kapaa will offer a free community plate lunch as an appreciation day for the entire island community, complete with live music, presentations by vendors within the natural foods industry and more. No obligations, just show up between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2. Yum! Check it out at 823-0190 …

On the subject of food, buy pizza and send Island School singers to Oahu in November. On Monday, Oct. 4, all Hawaii Pizza Huts will donate 25 percent of proceeds from food sales to the Island School Alaka’i Chorus. You’ll need a flier when you place your order. Get one by e-mailing choral director Philip Steinbacher, alohaphilip@hotmail.com

The Kaua’i North Shore Business Council (KNSBC) invites members of the North Shore business community to attend its next meeting on Thursday, Oct. 7, from 5 to 7 p.m. Focusing on social networking, the informative session and networking event will take place in the Princeville Community Center at 4334 Emmalani Drive. Debra Jason, one of several speakers, writes, “With more than 500 million users on Facebook and 75 million members on LinkedIn, social networking is a marketing tool that should be explored by businesses large and small. Like any marketing vehicle, it may not be for everyone, but you don’t know until you check it out first.” Knowledgeable speakers make this a don’t-miss for anyone still pondering the value of networking. The event is free to KNSBC members in good standing and $35 for renewing members and guests. The fee automatically includes an annual KNSBC membership. RSVP to 826-3040, ext. 22 or e-mail efurfaro@princeville.com.

Thayne and Lynn Taylor invite songwriters to show their stuff Saturdays through October. Photo from Lynn Taylor

Every day is a good day to have a look at what delightful crafts are out there. Lihue Christian Church will present its 2010 Bazaar Saturday, Oct. 9, from 9 to 11 a.m. at the LCC social hall on Kress Street, with loads of food, too. Proceeds from sales of certain items will benefit LCC’s Girl and Boy Scouts troops and ‘Ae Kamali’i Preschool. Call 245-2348 for more information …

What more could a musician want? Every Saturday in October from 7 to 11 p.m., “Upstairs at JJ’s” will feature only original music from all genres and all of it written by the artists performing it. Cocktail and pupu service will be availabe. Dancing is optional, if so moved. Entry into this magical kingdom of music costs $10. Look for Lynn and Thayne Taylor and their band NTO, including Rich Evans, Dave Greenberg, Marty Leonard and Roger Jacobs, and also the Happy Enchalata Band. Call Thayne Taylor at 645-0526 or e-mail lynn@lynnandthayne.com. Check out the latest information on the events at lynnandthayne.com.

JJ’s Broiler is located at Anchor Cove, 3416 Rice St. in Lihue …

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MidWeek-Kaua’i‘s Focus on Kaua’i pages. And please keep those pics coming. Send us everything from family reunions to people and their pets, a day at the beach, a sports celebration, a trophy fish catch or just a precious or even silly moment shared by your family. Each Focus page is essentially a Kaua’i ohana photo album. Please send your photos to Focus On Kaua’i, MidWeek, 45-525 Luluku Road, Kaneohe, HI 96744, or e-mail Terri Hefner at thefner@midweek.com with the subject line “Focus on Kaua’i.” And be sure to include your name. Here’s looking at you! …

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