Aloha Ahi Ahi Kakou,
Good Evening Everyone.
Another week of uncertain weather ahead of us. I hope you’ve been safely enjoying as much of this welcome break in the smoky weather while it’s with us.
One thing is certain, we’re certainly heading for yet another Vanikapila (#24). Can you believe it? We’ve had 6 months of VKs?
Mahalo to all of you that helped us continue this bizarre journey. Click below on Saturday to beam down on Saturday.
Below, last Friday we were at the Elks helping with their Grab-n-Go or Grab & Kanikapila Fundraiser. Mahalo to those who attended and added their Aloha to this event.
After a night’s rest, it was onward to Saturday Vanikapila. What a beautiful day it was, unusually clear skies and very comfortable temperature.
Once again Mahalo Nui Loa to the OK-Roadies that helps with the setup and teardown. Also, to all of you for your donations that helped with the purchase of outdoor chairs for our OK-ers and protective fencing for our Hula Dancers.
Again, if you’d like to join in on the Outdoor Kanikapila please text me at 415-300-7804 to RSVP a social distanced chair. Sooner is better as we’re limiting the number of attendees (for obvious reasons). Wearing a Mask is required.
Speaking of Masks, for your edification, note the following chart. Notice the Ratings for “Double-Layer Cotton Mask” (Nohea’s Mask Construction) . . . .
Btw, don’t forget to practice our new song. Madison should be back this week and we’ll give a go. Click here to view last week’s post with the song sheet and YouTube, for “Nothing More….” If you already have the song sheet you can click here for the MP3.
Below, the only safe way to surf during COVID.
falling star as artifact,
Malama Pono Kakou,