082814: Fancy dinner night at the elks this Friday!


Aloha UFOhana, we’re in the Elks Dining Room (small dining area) this Friday.  If you’re interested in Dinner here’s the menu I sent around yesterday:

From: Joseph Tato [mailto:j_tato@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 8:29 PM
To: undisclosed recipients:
Subject: Need RSVP for Friday Night Prime Rib Dinner

If you plan to join us this Friday for Prime Rib or Salmon we need your RSVP by Thursday 5PM.
Our Elk fancy dinner will be served at 6:30PM and 7PM in the dining room (two seating’s).
The UFO’s uke club will play from 7-10PM.
Please RSVP to
elks1108@yahoo.com or 415-454-8835.
$25 pp
Roasted Prime Rib or Pan Seared Salmon (Wild Caught)
Caesar Salad
Garlic Mashed Potatoes Roasted
Roasted Veggies
Vegetarian option available for $15

I know he says to RSVP Thursday but you may try calling anyway as they may have extra dinners anyway.

Also want to remind everyone of this event:

UkuleleJammer02a Anybody remember this guy? He’s the Hele On Uke Boy!
He’ll be back this September 28th at the Second Annual Hele On Ukulele Contest. I hope you’ve all been practicing. Stay tuned for more info next week!

Alright got to go get some sleepy time . . . been another one of those weeks . . .

There’s no time like now,
Quietly sun sets again,
Stars sing to the moon,


Me Ke Aloha Pumehana,


082014: No Kanikapila this Friday . . .


Sorry UFOhana, since we couldn’t schedule a location this week,  we’ve decided to take a break this Friday. We’ll see you all at the Sleeping Lady this Saturday as usual.  In the meantime here are the links (click the collages below) to last week’s Uke Night and Sleeping Lady Albums. Mahalo to Donna and Linda for all the great photos! Also, to Linda Low for sharing her beautiful voice with us.

1-081514 Uke Night Elks Carriage House

Below: Sleeping Lady in full swing. Mahalo to the Flight Crew that carried on will the –=SqL=- was on an away mission!

1-081614 Sleeping Lady

Btw, here’s a fun event for those of you wishing to support a worthy cause. I understand there will be food and maybe even some Ukulele Music as the event!

Earth spins below us,
Clouds fly to the horizon,
Time slows to a strum . . . 

See you all on Saturday!

Aloha A Hui Hou!





Aloooha All!

We’re in the Elks Carriage House this Friday. Run time 7pm – 10pm, BYOKauKau (Pot Luck), BYOGear and BYAloha to share. Btw, if you don’t want to participate in our potluck the Elks will be serving a dinner for $10. Details below:

Our newest chef Justin will be doing this Friday night casual dinner at the bar. Dinner is served at 6:30.
No reservations required
First come first serve basis
$10 per person
See menu below:
Justin’s marinated chicken and Pulled Pork w/ Memphis-style coleslaw
Salad of Romaine w/ carrots, cucumber, and garbanzo beans
Pasta w/ pesto, cherry tomatoes, and feta
Sliced bread

It’s been a busy month of moves for us at home and at work and it’s not over yet. Anyway, I did manage to upload the following to share with you all . . . Enjoy.

Sleeping Lady Kanikapila(s):

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Uke Nights:

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Galilee Harbor Maritime Fair:


Take Care Everyone!

Aloha A Hui Hou,


080714: Kanikapila at bogie’s café this friday!

Yes, it’s true UFOhana, we’re back at Bogie’s Café (http://www.bogiescafemarin.com/)  this Friday. Run time is 7p – 10p. Michael and Leslie will be offering dinner: Teriyaki Chicken, Rice, small side salad and a dessert for $10. They will also be selling beverages. So all you got to do is bring your Ukulele Gear, your flight manuals, your appetite and your Aloha to share.

Nohea (Linda) and I would like to thank Gary, Michael, Leslie, Sandy, Charlotte, Kini,  Alan Kristal, Mike Rogers and others that helped make our house move possible and a lot easier than doing it on our own. We’re still putting things together but its taking shape and it coming along quite nicely.

Ok, I’ve got to unpack a couple more boxes before bed time . . .

Me Ke Aloha Pumehana,