. . . sorry all, but Linda’s still not feeling very well so we’ve cancelled this Friday’s Kanikapila. We’ve rescheduled our Black and White / Formal Hawaiian to next Friday, Jan. 9th, at the Elks. I’ll see you folks this Saturday at the Sleeping Lady at the usual time. Much Aloha and Mahalo for being such a great (UF) ‘Ohana!
From Nohea and Myself we’d like to wish you and your ‘Ohana a Very Merry Christmas! We’re so blessed to have you all in our ‘Ohana and look forward to another fun year together. Mahalo Nui Loa to all of you for your continued support and friendship . . .
And speaking of fun, if you’re not busy on the 26th we’ll be at the Elks Bar this Friday spreading just a little more Christmas Cheer. Usual runtime of 7pm to 10pm. Not sure what the menu is but I’m sure it’ll be something Ono-lisious. BYOG, BYAloha . . . as usual.
Then Saturday, Dec. 27th, we get to do it all over again at the Sleeping Lady, 2p –4p. There’s got to be a law against having so much fun with an Ukulele . . . or not.
Below . . . Christmas Jammies/Ugly Christmas Sweater Friday Night Kanikapila . . . click the collage for the photo album . . .
Below: Saturday at the Sleeping Lady. It was a special Saturday in that PIKO donated a Bass Guitar and Amp to Lynette Bosey for her Ukulele Class and Award Mark Shen a new Concert (plug in) Ukulele for most promising Keiki Ukulele Students . . . On behalf the PIKO executive board (Marion, Sandy, Wa’li, Alan and myself) Mahalo to all of you that supported the PIKO Hele On Ukulele Event that made all these Donations and Awards possible. (Click collage for photo album)
Mahalo to all of the Sleeping Lady ‘Ohana for contributing to Bethany’s Wedding Card. She’s been such a great help and support of the Sleeping Lady Kanikapila, we wish her and her Fiancé a wonderful future together.
Uke-Ku Sweet Nectars of life, Mingled with images past, Blossoms of new hope.