Aloha UFOhana. We’ll be meeting in the dining area at the Elks. Run time 7p-10p. Special dinner menu is as follows (from Joe Tato and crew):
If you plan to join us this Friday, December 12th at 7PM for our Annual Family Holiday we’ll need your RSVPs by Thursday 5PM. This is a served dinner please arrive on time. Reservations are required. $25 adults/$10 kids
The two menu options are:
1) Smoked Grilled Pork Chop, Potato Cake, Braised Red Cabbage, and Caramelized Apples
2) Panko-Crusted Salmon with Yellow Mole, Stewed Black Beans and Yellow Squash Noodles
Both courses start with a salad and end with a dessert.
Grilled Burgers and Fries.
Holiday music by the Ukulele Friends Ohana and a visit from Santa following dinner. When making your reservation please communicate if you have children joining us (boy or girl and ages).
Please reserve by calling our lodge secretary at 415-454-8835 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe, Tad, Justin, Karin and Del
As usual is BYOGear (music stands, music lights, etc.) and as always BYAloha!
By the way, this Saturday, Dec. 13th, we’ve been invited to perform at the Fairfax Craft-Faire 12p – 1p at the Pavilion. Please be there no later than 11:30a if you’ll be performing with us. If you have them, bring your 2014 Winter Flight Manual from the Mill Valley festival. After the Fairfax Faire it’s onward to the Sleeping Lady Right.
We had a busy weekend this past week and here are the images to prove it. Just click the collages to view the Albums….
First there was Friday Kanikapila at the UFO HQ:
We were paid a surprise visit by member of Betty Ann Bruno’s Halau, Hula Mai. Making for a full night of Hula and Mele . . .
Second was Sleeping Lady Kanikapila:
As if one night of Kanikapila wasn’t enough, we got to do again at the Sleeping Lady . . .
Then onto the Mill Valley Winterfest Tree Lighting Gig:
The Uke Pilots made sure that Mill Valley rocked with Christmas Tunes, Hula, and lots of Aloha. I believe the ‘Ohana was very well received by the Mill Valley-nites. Mahalo Nui Loa to Tucker for introducing Ukulele ‘The Town’ and to all the ‘Ohanas for being the bestest Ukulele Pilots in the Bay Area! Mahalo to Charlotte, Linda, Marion, Leslie and the Ina Kanoe Dancers for their beautiful Hulas.
We’ll that’s enough for now. Hope you’re having a great week and see you folks at the next Kanikapila(s) . . .
Hands move gracefully,
Following movements in time,
Eyes glisten with joy . . .