We’re at the Elks this Friday at our usual time of 7pmish to 9pmish. Dinner will served around 6:30pmish and Brudda Joe Tato’s got a local kine Mini-Luau plate lunch lined up with some kind of delicious fish, Kalua Pig, Rice, Mac-tato (that’s tay-tow, not tah-tow) Salad. Mahalo Joe and to the Elks for hosting us once again. As usual, BYOGear, BYO$$ (for dinner) and BYAloha!
Click below last Friday’s Kanikapila.
Saturday we’re at the UFOHQ for our Kanikapila ʻAuinalā (afternoon kanikapila), 2pm – 4pm. BYOB&S (beverages and snacks). Text me at 4153007804 if you want to RSVP a seat.
Oh, did I mention that we came back with 100 lbs of Vintage Hawaiian Wear?
Btw, it’s Lā Hoʻomākaʻukaʻu (Halloween) Month! So Nohea has asked that everyone put on their thinking caps, masks, makeup, costumes, alter egos, etc. to get ready for our annual Hoʻolauleʻa lā hoʻomākaʻukaʻu (Halloween/aka Come As You Aren’t/Party) on October 26th! For inspiration I’ve posted some photos from Last Year’s HP . . .
Hmmm, I’m thinking maybe something really diabolical this year . . . . like . . . a Supreme Court Justice? Sorry, I slipped there, broke one of my own UFOhana protocols . . . anyway, I hope to see you folks this week sometime!
UkEkU quiet simple act,
emotion shared without words,
we stand in the glow.
We’re b-a-a-a-ck . . . from our trip from Hawai’i.
We’ll be meeting at Campbell Hall, in Sausalito, for this Friday’s Kanikapila, gathering at our usual time of 6:30pm to 9:pm-ish. BYPotluck, BYMusicStands and that great ‘Ohana Style Aloha.
No Saturday Kanikapila this weekend. Have a Great Fleet Week(end) everyone!
On behalf of Linda and myself, we wish to send a very sincere Mahalo Nui Loa to Marion and Sandy for keeping the Kanikapila running during our absence and to all of you that helped with supporting the Shark-tober-fest Fundraiser. Brudda David was very grateful as well. We’re truly honored and blessed to be part of such a supportive and caring ‘Ohana.
So, before we left we were invited to Kani at the Napa Valley Aloha Festival . . . click below to see images of that great event. Mahalo to the Manaleo ‘Ohana for hosting us!
I know it’s kind of like having to sit in front of a slide projector of a family trip to Disne . . . well you know what I mean, for those of you with nothing better to do, click below for images from our trip.
Ok, gotta do that 4 letter thing tomorrow . . . work, take care everyone. Hope to see you this Friday!
UkEkU trades winds kiss the leaves,
trees softly dancing in time,