Aloha Ahi Ahi UFOhana!
Hope you’re all doing well so far. We’ll be meeting at the Beautiful Campbell Hall in Sausalito this Friday, 6:30p – 9:30p. BYPotLuck, BYOGear (music stands, lights, chairs will be provided) and of course BYAloha to share with everyone else. Btw, we’re in need of a Bass Player for Friday night, if you’re available please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org . We had another busy weekend last week, helping out with Marissa’s ZBC Fundraiser, see below. Mahalo Rev. Chip for hosting us once again! A Hui Hou!
Also want to remind you all about the upcoming Fundraiser for the Victory Red Oak Ship. See Debbie and Jon Cyr’s email below for details:
Hello Del and Linda,
Getting things together for the pancake breakfast on the Red Oak Victory,
Sunday October 11, 2015 9-11am we’ll get there at 830am eat then play and tour the ship.
My plan is to have PA system in place and we can just plug-in and play…
Can you give me a list of 6 songs you can lead maybe Hawaiian if some HULA dancers can come… (I chose our favorite hulas: Red Hibiscus and Koke’e)
Then I will come up with 6 songs to lead …And the leader of Lamorinda will come up with 6 songs..
We will all sit/stand together and play together I will make song sheets/Books for everyone…
So glad UFOhana can be part of this fundraiser,
Below, Friday Kanikapila at UFO HQ… click images below to access the albums . . .
Then we helped out at the Zero Breast Cancer Dip Sea Fundraiser… the Keiki were amazing! Mahalo Marissa and Charlotte for inviting us to participate in this important event. Hope you folks did well. It was a beautiful day in Redwoods and playing with the Keiki just made it that much better. Nice trumpet work Pauline!
THENNNNNN, we rushed off to the Sonoma Valley Woman’s Club house for our Saturday Kanikapila . . . whew!’
and on Sunday . . . we all rested . . . See you folks at Campbell Hall! Oh, don’t forget October 17th, Saturday, we’re going to Kanikapila at the Sharktoberfest. See below for details. Let me know if you’ll be helping out Brudda David McGuire and joining us on this one. Mahalo All!
Sun light dance through leaves,
Ancient sentinels shelter,
Keiki smile in awe . . .
Aloha A Hui Hou,