Whew! Talk about a busy, Up AnD dOwN weekend huh?
From Nohea and -=SqL=-, MAHALO NUI LOA to all that participated and assisted with the Setup, Tear Down at the Fairfax Faire and Setup and Tear Down at the Elks Lodge.
You all brought an extra glow of warm Aloha to both events!
The organizers at the Fairfax Faire expressed that we were definitely a highpoint and that you all set the mood for the event! Maika’i (well done) UFOhana!
Below photos from the events.
And for those of you that missed it or wish to view the Fairfax event, click below to view the not so “LiveStream”.
Four hours later we were at the Elks doing it again . . .
Last chance to sign up for the Academy of Sciences Event!
So here’s the last chance call for the California Academy of Sciences event, I have to submit a list to them by tomorrow. They are asking for a list of names to give their security desk.
So far I have Linda Green, Linda & Martin Albion, Cindy Meigs, Wally & Guest (I’ll need a name), Susan Rogin, Mersi Sughrue, Sandra & Gary, Jiboni Goldstein, Sandy Bailey, Linda Wallace, Pauline, Melann and Lynnette’s Keiki.
If you’re not listed and you want to be, text me TODAY/ASAP/RIGHT NOW at 415-300-7804. I’m submitting the list first thing 12/13 AM!
Lastly, we are holding our annual Ugly Christmas Sweater/Come In Your Comfy PJs or Just Come as you are (Bah Humbug) UFOhana Holiday Party, aka Vanikapila 43.22.
It’s a potluck and we’re asking that you RSVP with a Potluck that you’ll be bringing (please consider a main course).
Click this link: https://ufohana.org/event/ufohana-christmas-kanikapila/ to register for the event. So far we have 2 people attend, I know there’s got to be more out there . . . I hear you breathing! But please, do RSVP so we can plan dinner and seating. Mahalo.
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UkeKU – by ChatGPT AI
Cold winds blow strong
Full moon shining above
That Haiku was written by an AI (Artificial Intelligence) Chat Bot called ChatGPT. No bad huh? Maybe in the near future I can train it to write my Blogs . . . . . . . . nah.
Mahalo Nui to Nohea and her crew for documenting these events. Maybe, in the distant future, we’ll be on Netflix as a documentary!
Aloha A Hui Hou,