Another one of those weeks . . . we’ll be at the Elks 7p -10p. I think Joe Tato mentioned, for dinner, something about Paella!!!!! Yes!!!! THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU,THANK YOU . . . btw, did I mention I love Paella?
And THIS Saturday (for those of you who were there last Saturday, wink, wink), we’ll be in Sonoma at the Sonoma Valley Woman’s Club. 2p – 4p. As usual BYOGear, blah, blah, etc. oh don’t forget to bring some Aloha to both . . .
It’s that time of the month, which means we’ll be at the Elks this Friday, 7p-10pm-ish. Dinner server at 6:30ish for a nominal fee. BYOGear and BYAloha to share with the lodge members and guests. Mahalo Nui Loa to our friends at the Elks for hosting us once again!
Saturday we’ll be UFOHQ. 2p-4p. BYOB&S (Bev and Sanckies).
Last week was a busy week for the ‘Ohana. Along with Friday and Saturday we also had the honor of participating at the He’e Nalu Canoe Blessing and to perform with Kumu Lynn Roth’s Halau.
Click the images below to access an album of that great event . . .
Saturday we were treated to special trumpet solo by Madison. Click image for album . . .
. . . and last Friday we jammed at the Campbell Hall! Mahalo, Rev. Chip for your generosity and opening the doors to the UFOhana once again . . .
Oh, and let’s not forget about this great upcoming event . . .
Ok, that’s all for now . . .
UkEkU distant chanting calls, rising from the fog of sleep,
just another dream?
We’ll be at the Campbell hall this Friday, 6:30p – 9pm-ish. BYHealthyPotLuck and BYOGear. I’m sure you all know the drill by now. Mahalo Nui Loa to Rev. Chip for keeping us rowdy Uke-ists off the streets of Sausalito. Drive safe everyone, there’s rain in forcast!
THIS SATURDAY we’ll be at the UFOHQ, 2p-4p, BYOwnSnacks & Beverages and as with all Kanikapilas bring enough Aloha to share with everyone!
THIS SUNDAY we’ve been invited to the He’e Nalu Canoe Blessing at 101 Sports in San Rafael, we’ll be there from 11am to 2pm. Bring your Flight Manuals, BYOG, Sun Screen and maybe bring a little something to add to He’e Nalu’s Potluck if you’ll be joining us for Lunch. Also, be prepared for a little au’au (rain), I don’t think it’ll be as bad as last year though . . . Mahalo Nui to Napili Bob and He’e Nalu for inviting us to participate in this opening season event that is so much a part of the Hawaiian culture. I understand that Kumu Lynn Roth will be presiding at the ceremonies again this year.
Click here for last Friday Night Images and here for last Saturday Images . . .
UkekU daggers of light pierce,
the distant sounds of spring call,
just five more minutes . . .
Sorry for the lateness, it’s been a busy week back at work. We’ll be meeting at UFOHQ, this Friday, 7p-10p. BYPotLuck (main dishes, as healthy as possible please), BYOMusicStand and BYAloha to share with your ‘Ohana.
Saturday will also be at the UFOHQ, 2p-4p. BYOB&S (Beverages & Snacks).
It’s been a long weeks, looking forward to more quality Ukulele Time with our ‘Ohana (there’s nothing like having one) . . . Mahalo to all for the great homecoming and that warm blanket of Aloha . . .
Click here for Friday photos and Click here for Saturday’s. Mahalo to Donna and Linda for the great pixi?
UkEkU as a chapter ends,
title for the next unknown,
joy of blank pages . . .
Good morning everyone. Sending a quick message out to you folks from Queen’s Medical Center in Honolulu. Though I won’t be there this week Marion and Sandy has offered to host this Friday’s Kanikapila at the UFOHQ Annex (Marion’s beautiful home in San Rafael). If you need an address just text Linda @ 415-572-1175. Mahalo Marion and Sandy!
And Mahalo to all of you that sent your Aloha and Mana to my Mom. She’s recovering slowly, but as best can be expected for her age and condition. I spend the day with her until one of my siblings relieve me and then I spend the evening checking out the local eateries and shopping centers. Thought I’d send a few images your way . . .
One of the Meccas of Aloha Shirt’s, the Reyn Spooner store. That little blue number will set you back about $90! Mo betta I shop at Nohea’s Hana Hou! Cheeez!
Now I’ve seen everything! Ala Moana shopping center truly has something for everyone. Even a store for those of you in need of a “Happy Wahine”, fortunately I already got one. But any of you are in need . . . btw, only one per customer.
Talk about Aloha spirit . . . they even have stairs just for Fish! Wow, truly the Aloha State!
Ok, Mom’s starting to stir, I think it’s time for her slice of orange. Take care everyone and have a great Kanikapila! Don’t forget to sing one for Mom and me.
UkEkU Gazing at the sky,
A Promise in a Rainbow,
Like a Mother’s Smile
Finally, a day in the Sun and quite literally! Actually, more like DayS in the Sun. I hope everyone has dried out, and doing much better. I understand that mean cold is still making its rounds, but having the Sun back should help.
We’re in Sausalito, at the Campbell Hall this Friday, 6:30-9ish, BYKauKau (aka Potluck) healthy main dishes if possible, BYOGear, we’re good for Chairs. Mahalo to Reverend Chip for inviting us in once again.
We’ll be at the UFOHQ this Saturday 2p-4p. BYOBS (Beverages and Snacks), BYOMusicStands, we’re good for chairs.
Also, Rev. Chip mentions that this Saturday, March 4th, they will be having a Wine Tasting Even from Boutique Wineries around the world, with cheese pairings, art displays and music. It’s $40 for all the wine tasting you can taste? If you’re interested please see Rev. Chip this Friday to purchase a ticket and for details.
We had pretty busy weekend last week and here are the images from those events . . .
Click here for the Friday Night Kanikapila.
Click here for the Sonoma Valley Kanikapila.
Click here for Miki Maui’s Big 6-Oh-Noooooo!
On behalf of Nohea and myself, we would like say Mahalo Nui Loa to all of you that have supported us through the rains, floods, strained bodies and the ups and downs of Home Moaner-ship. You all helped soften the blow, and gave us the strength to keep the Kanikapila(s) going.
uKeKu wandering winds blow,
warm indigo night shimmers,
a soft touch beckons.
Hope you all are making it safely through this new storm.
Well, we’re back at the UFOHQ this Friday, 7p-10p. BYPotluck. Btw, mahalo to all who brought those healthy and tasty main dishes. BYOGear (music stands in particular we’re good on chairs), and always, enough Aloha to share with your ‘Ohana. Click here for Friday Images.
Click here for last Saturday’s images. Btw, Saturday Kanikapila is in Sonoma see below for details . . .
Click here for the Press Democrat article mentioned above.
After a day in Sonoma why not spend a Jurassic Evening in Fairfax with our Friends (or other Dinosaurs?) celebrating Cindy’s Significant Birthday. See below for details please RSVP if you will be attending . . .
I have some sad news from our ‘Ohana Members. Akua has summoned two of our Ukulele Pilots . . .
Please send your Aloha and Malama Ponos to UFOhana Member Sharon Searles who lost her husband, Stanley recently. That’s Sharon and Stanley below at Sleeping Lady.
Me ke Aloha Pumehana Sharon . . . our thoughts are with you.
And Gilles Arnoux . . . from the Petaluma Ukulele Group. Pictured below at one of our Friday Kanikapila of December 2010.
Bon ami adieu Gilles . . .
We are all so fortunate to have met you both along the way.
UkEkU Storms gives way to light,
‘Aina exhales a moist sigh,
Clouds dance in Blue Skies.