Hope you’re all have a great week so far. We’re schedule to land at UFOHQ this Friday for our weekly Friday Night Kanikapila. Run time is 7:30p – Till 10pm. BYPotLuck, BYOChair (just in case we run out), BYOMusic Stand (just in case we run out) and BYAloha to share with everyone. On another note, Linda (aka Nohea), is requesting that you bring a river rock (or two, or three) to place underneath our Electric Palm Tree (see photo below), note the smooooooth rocks. Mahalo.
This Saturday Sandy and I will be to performing at the following fabulous (and FREE) event, put on by Betty Ann Bruno and her Halau, Hula Mai . . .
Which means No Saturday Kanikapila until June 27th, where we’re meeting at the Sonoma Valley Woman’s Club, 2p – 4p. Until then we hope to see you folks at Hula in the Plaza! Mahalo Nui to Betty Ann for allowing us to participate in this wonderful event.
ALSO, we’re moving our June 26th Fancy Dinner Night Kanikapila to Saturday the 27th. It’s a kind of an important night honoring Joe Tato, who’s been elected State VP for our Elk’s District, at an Elks event called a “Homecoming”. Joe has been traveling to other Elks Lodges, performing audits, throughout the US. The 27th marks the end of his trips, hence the “Homecoming”. I understand that there will be visiting Elks dignitaries that night. Social Hour starts at 5pm (spam musubi pupus). Dinner at 6pm, menu as follows:
Appetizers to Start. Main course: Huli Huli Chicken or Red Snapper, Shoyu Butter Shiitake Sauce. Cost $15. Please RSVP as soon as possible with email@example.com for dinner. Joe is also asking that I get a head count even if you won’t be having dinner. He want’s to make sure there are enough tables put out to accommodate all of us. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment on the blog if you will be attending. Mahalo Nui Loa to the San Rafael Elks for allowing us to participate in this important Elks event and congratulations to Joe Tato on his election and achievements.
As if that wasn’t enough fun, an UFO Away Team beamed down to the Redwood Stage on Planet Fairfax to bring Ukulele, Mele, Hula and Aloha to the Fairfaxians. Based on the images below I’d say, “Mission Accomplished”. Mahalo Nui Loa to all that participated, braving the “challenging parking” and made this such a fun event. Even one of our keiki, Andrew, participated. Making it all the more special. Such an honor to strum with you all!
Ancient giants stand,
Sheltering the ‘Ohana,
Diamonds of sunlight.
K’Den, see you folks Friday! Don’t forget to RSVP for the 27th!