111319: Busy Weekend @ UFOHQ!


Aloha UFOhana,

We’ve got a busy weekend lined up here at the UFOHQ. Starting with a Kanikapila on Friday, followed by an In House Concert by Ken Emerson on Saturday, and following his concert our Saturday Kanikapila (yes we decided to have one because there seemed to be an interest). Check out and register for the events here . Mahalo to Ken for checking in with the UFOhana!

Last week we had a great turn out for the Veterans Dinner at the Elks Lodge. Mahalo Nui Loa to Joe Tato and his Kitchen Krew for the fabulous menu and to everyone for making it all feel “just like home . . .”

Saturday was an intimate group with lots of . . . . chickens? Click below and ch-ch-chick it out . . .


we journey as one,
on our path in days that come,
making ‘ohana.

Introducing our youngest Ukulele Pilot yet. Walker (that’s a soprano uke), Lynette’s grandson. Must be in the genes!

Looks like he’s discovered the “Lap Slide Uke” technique. Watch out Ken Emerson!

. . . wait I think it needs tuning . . .

Aloha A Hui Hou,


Wait!?! Is that the Date Book section?


110619: Happy November!


Hauoli Nowemapa UFOhana,

Yes it’s already the 11th month of year and we’re at the 2nd Friday of the month, which means we’re at you know where . . . click https://ufohana.org/events/ to view this Friday and Saturday event details.

As many of you may have already heard, we are having another UFOHQ Concert this November 16th featuring Ken Emerson. If you haven’t click here for details and to RSVP. Hope you can make it!

So last Friday was Come As You Are (or not?) Kanikapila. A sort of 2nd chance for those that missed our Come as You’re Not Kanikapila the Friday before. Also, to celebrate the return to “normalcy” after the PSPS events. Mahalo to those good sports that dressed for the event . . . here they are below (click the collage to view online album).

The following Saturday we did it all over again . . .

Below, a little something from one of my favorite Comic Artist . . .

. . . only thing that would make it better would be if Honolulu was holding an ‘Ukulele?


another mark in time,
another moon waxes full,
another uke night . . .

Malama Pono Ka Kou,


and this is your cat on drugs (aka catnip) . . .