Aloha All. We’re in the Elks Carriage House this Friday. Same run time 7pm to 10pm as usual, BYOGear, chairs will be provided. However, instead of a pot luck, dinner will be available at the Elks Oktoberfest Fund Raiser. See below for details, make sure you RSVP ASAP! Btw, do feel free to bring desserts to the Carriage House for after dinner if you like.
Friday October 24th
It’s almost here! A family event with good friends, lots of food, music, laughter and games.
Proceeds will be donated to the Elks National Foundation (ENF)
Dinner + Commemorative “Bottomless Stein” for $35
Bottomless Stein includes all-you-can-drink beer from the designated kegs until supplies run dry!
Dinner Only for $20 (Kids $7)
Bring your appetite for delicious Brats, Potato Salad, Soup, Sauerkraut & Apple Streusel
Join in for songs and games for adults & kids
Polka Dance Contest * Stein-Holding Endurance Contest
Musical Chairs * Apple Bobbing * Pretzel Making
RSVP by October 22nd and make your reservation with the Secretary, or call 454-8835.
And speaking of October Festivals, I want to extend a sincere Mahalo Nui Loa to the UFOhana Away Team that participated in the Sharktober Festival this past Saturday. David McGuire was very thankful and said that having the ‘Ohana there ‘made the event a festival’. He estimated that that 500+ were in attendance (5x more than last year). Click the collages below to view the various event album(s).
By the way, for those of you interested trying out Hawaiian Style Canoe Paddling (besides the Hula – In A Canoe),Tamalpias Outrigger Canoe Club is sponsoring the following:
Tamalpais OCC New Paddler’s Day 2014!
Saturday, October 25 at 9:00am in UTC-10
Fort Baker, Sausalito, California 94966
Look forward to doing more event with you.
Below the Friday Kanikapila at Bogie’s Café, Mahalo to Leslie and Mike for hosting the ‘Ohana!
A week before that we were at the Sonoma Kanikapila . . .
Right after that we zoomed out to the Elks for a Saturday Night Kanikapila . . . .
Also, there is no Sleeping Lady Kanikapila this Saturday. We’ll be back on schedule November 1st.
Have a great week all!
Dance of ancient times,
Chants from a past culture lives,
Relived by the few . . .
Aloha A Hui Hou,