121317: We’re at UFOHQ this Friday and Saturday


Aloha Ahi Ahi Kakou,

We’ll be gathering at the UFOHQ this Friday. 7p-10p, BYKauKau (Pot Luck), BYOMS (Music Stands), BYOWHS (Warm House Slippas) and any extra Warm Aloha you may have to share with your ‘Ohana. If you don’t know where the UFOHQ is text me at 415-300-7804 or Email me at Kaleikoa@piko.ws. Click below for images from last Friday’s Kanikapila at the Elks. Mahalo to the Elks for hosting us one again to to Joe for the Great Dinner!

Saturday will also be at the UFOHQ at it’s usual time of 2p-4p. BYOBS (Beverage and Snacks).

Speaking of last Saturday. Mahalo to everyone that participated in the Fairfax Christmas Fair Kanikapila. Click below to access the album for that event.

White Frozen jewels,
A large crust of ice on wheels,
Car somewhere beneath.

Stay Warm Everyone! Aloha A Hui Hou!


Safe with herd . . . Christmas Tree Still with reach . . .



120517: It’s Elks Friday!


It’s that time of the month everyone!  The Second Friday is upon us, which means we’ll be at the San Rafael Elks Lodge this Friday. 7pm-9:30pm-ish. There will be a dinner provided (Pork Adobo and Tofu Stir Fry, I think) for a nominal fee. Dinner served 6:30p-ish. Music will be setup on the Bar and Dinner in the Dining Room as usual. Mahalo once again to the Elks for hosting the UFOhana and for their generosity.

Click below for last Friday’s  Campbell Hall Kanikapila . . .

Saturday Kanikapila will be held at the Fair Fax Christmas  Craft Fair! Yes, we’ve been invited to perform once again. We’ll be performing 11:30a – 12:30p  at the Pavillion.  Click here for more information  about the Fair.

If you have last year’s Christmas Song Books (Winter 2016 V.6.2) bring them along as we’ll be playing from them. Otherwise, I will bring extra song books to the event. Bring your music stands, and keep in mind that stage space is limited so please share your stand and music book with someone.

Click below for image from last Saturday’s Christmas Dinner / Kanikapila at the Elks . . .

Mahalo to the Elks for inviting us to come and share in all the Christmas Aloha! What a treat to have Aunty Ku’uipo share in the joy as well. Mahalo Dena to share Aunty with us.

Sparkles in her eyes,
Dancing with an ageless grace,
Moments frozen in . . . .

Malama Pono All!

Aloha A Hui Hou,

Our Christmas Tree Sentinel. Forever guarding his Beanie Buddies