Aloha Ka Kou,
It’s the first Friday of the month and Reverend Chip has once again opened the Campbell Hall to the UFOhana. Mahalo Rev. Chip! Run time 6:30 pm to 9 pm-ish. BYPotLuck (healthy if possible), BYOMusicGear, and Mahalos and Alohas to share with everyone.
Saturday we’ll be at the UFOHQ, 2p – 4p, BYOB&S (Bevs and Snacks), BYOMusicStand, we’re good on chairs.
I also want to remind everyone of the following Events this month:
Bay Area Human Race:
Saturday, May 13, 2017
7:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
Directions to the Fairgrounds
5K Run • Walk • Dog Walk • Community Village • Music • Food • Kids Races
Since 1982, the Bay Area Human Race, produced by Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership (CVNL), has been a critical fundraiser for many nonprofits. An established icon in the community, the race has raised over $7.7 million dollars for nearly 2,000 local nonprofits over the past 34 years. Race day features a fun and energizing 5K run/walk at the historic Marin County Civic Center lagoon park and fairgrounds, including music, Kids Races and activities, a dog walk, the Community Village Fair and a pancake breakfast. The event is open to everyone — and the entire community is invited to participate. Hundreds of volunteers, spectators and supporters donate to causes and contribute to the success.
The UFOhana will be playing 8:30a-9:20am-ish. BYOGear (books, stands, hats, clips, sunscreen, noise makers, etc.). Charlotte will be raffling off 2 Makala Ukuleles $5 / ticket, to fundraise for Ukulele Elementary Teacher Instructions.
There there’s this fundraiser for our 2nd home in Sonoma:
Please join in and help fundraise for improvements to the Sonoma Valley Woman’s Club.
Last week was a pretty busy week. But, we were lucky enough to get in a Friday Kanikapila, click here for images.
Some of you may be aware that Uncle Jack (Ciardelli), a long time member of our UFOhana, has not been doing too well. But in spite of his health issues he’s managed to attend our last few Kanikapilas. I understand that his family is keeping him company at his and Joanie’s Hale, and that Barbara and Tucker even managed to sneak in a little “Maui Hawaiian Supa Man” while visiting with him the other day. Please keep in him your thoughts this week. Send Aloha and Light to this very kind and gentle man, Joanie, and his loving family. Me Ke Aloha Pumehana Uncle Jack!
A distant tapping of spoons,
Uncle Jack is back . . .
Aloha A Hui Hou,