September 25th, 2019 / posted by paularath

Wearable art by Lue Zimmelman of Nui Mono

When Lue Zimmelman of Nui Mono gathers her friends for the Fall Fair, it’s an occasion not to be missed.

These artists and crafters work all year to provide fresh new merchandise for their loyal clientele at this popular kick off to the craft season.

Deb Kaneshiro’s handmade earrings

This year there is some added fun on the stage. Our Palama Settlement seniors will be entertaining with a demonstration of line dancing. Join them on the stage if you dare!

I will also be there to help promote Palama’s outstanding programs. Please come say “hi” and catch up, okay?

We will be seeking donations for some of the unique needs of our programs. Would you like to buy a volleyball for one of our girls’ volleyball teams, or pay for a Palama Pakolea Football player to have a training table meal, or help pay for sets or costumes for our Palama Drama Club? Or perhaps you would rather donate a robotics kit so an underprivileged middle school kid from Mayor Wright Housing can build a robot? Come see me on the stage.

Kim Messier’s clothes are one-of-a-kind wearable art. You have to buy it when you see it, as she will be on to her next “thing” right away.

Here are the relevant details:

NUI MONO FALL FAIR

Saturday, September 28

8 a.m. to Noon

Palolo Hongwanji, 1641 Palolo Avenue

Sherrie Rupert creates contemporary accessories for women with style.

Paula Rath

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