The rains are upon us once again. Thankfully there are breaks between, giving Nohea time to run out and clear the drains of leaves and such. We’re managing pretty well so far and we thank all that have expressed concern about flooding at the UFOHQ. So far our Hangar remains dry and ready for incoming Ukulele Pilots, not to mention a pretty eventful weekend.
Starting with . . .
Friday: Elks State President Kanikapila
A special event at the San Rafael Elks lodge honoring the visit of the Elks State President. So, we were thinking maybe a little dress up in some fine Gold, Black and Bling might be in order for the ES President. But Joe is asking that we keep it casual. Hopefully, some of you have some casual, black, gold and not too blingy wear . . . anyway, we’re playing in the bar, but dinner is served in the dining room.
Brudda Joe Tato has a Ono-licious Local Kine menu lined up:
Dinner (6:30PM) $15:
Garden Salad, Huli Huli Chicken, Herb Pesto Crusted Fish with Coconut Reduction, Tofu Stir Fry, Garlic Fried Rice, Brown Rice, Kimichi and a special Dessert (from Jen and Virginia).
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Mahalo to Joe and the San Rafael Elks for always being such great hosts to the
UFOhana! Click here for event details.
Saturday Kanikapila at UFOHQ (Special Guests)
It’s our “not so” usual Kanikapila click this link for details.
Sunday Workshop and Concert with Brittni Paiva
Seats are still available! Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from and experience one of Hawaii’s Premiere Ukulele Artists up close and personal! Click here for details.
Photos from Last Week
Click images below for last week’s Kanikapilas
star flickers above,
day creeps slowly into night,
the dark veil descends.
Be careful in the rain everyone!
Aloha A Hui Hou,