So here I am again, late Thursday night . . . am I the only one up?
Aloha everyone. We’ll be in the Elks Bar this time around. Run time 7p – 10p, BYOGear (lights, music stands, maybe a fan to keep cool in case it gets hot again). Here’s the dinner menu for that night from Brudda Joe Tato:
Join us this Friday for Island Style menu. $10pp. No RSVP required, however we serve til we run out. Dinner served at 6:30p Pork Adobo Grilled Chicken Garden Salad Stir Fry Veggies Rice Dessert
Mahalo Nui to Brudda Joe, Tad, Sarah and the Elks for hosting us this week and for their hospitality.
Last week Saturday we were invited to a Kanikapila at Betty Ann and Craig’s house in Sonoma. Click Betty Ann below for a photo album of that fun event:
Mahalo to Betty Ann and Craig for hosting the event on their beautiful new deck surrounded by Oak trees. The weather was perfect, the food was Ono-licious, the music was just right and the Hula just flowed. It just felt so right uke-ing and hula-ing out doors. All we needed was a beach . . . if squint your eyes you could almost hear the ocean . . . almost.
The Friday night before we were in Sausalito, Campbell Hall, strumming with Rev. Chip, Linda Lee and the UFOhana (click the photo below for an album of that night):
Above: Elaine and Mike’s Family, Matt, Sarah and peeking out behind Sarah Skylar, Sarah’s boyfriend who survived a near fatal knife attack a few months back in Hilo. Mahalo Nui Loa Elaine and Mike for sharing you Ohana with us and to Sarah Skylar for the Maile Leis, Kalua Pork and Haupia. What great family!
Don’t forget about our 4th Annual Fundraiser for PIKO, The Hele On Ukulele Competition! Isn’t it about time for you to “Strum Your Stuff” and show the world what you and your Uke can do? Click the entry from below image below to download a form and don’t forget to tell you friends! We will be raffling off a Guitar, Bass/Ukulele Lessons, and a Brand New Ukulele . . .
Click the image below to download / print an entry form . . .
Btw, we can certainly use volunteers for setup and break down, please email Kaleikoa@piko.ws if you’d like to help us out.
Uke-Ku Dew glistens on grass, Jewels of the passing night, Welcome a new day.
Aloha Ahi Ahi UFOHana! Hope you’ve all had a great Labor Day Holiday. It’s almost Friday! Speaking of which, we’ll be at the Christ Church Campbell Hall this Friday. Run times 6:30p – 9:30p. Here’s a link for directions http://www.christchurchsausalito.net/location/ . As usual we’re doing a pot luck (BYKauKau). BYOGear (we do have plenty of chairs, but recommend you bring your music gear) and of course BYAloha to share with everyone. Mahalo Nui Loa to Reverend Chip and Linda Lee for Hosting us once again at their beautiful facility. Welcome back Chip. We missed you and can’t wait to see your new Ukulele!
Btw, for those of you interested, we will holding a Kanikapila in Sonoma this Saturday at 3PM. Betty Ann and Craig have offered up their new 2000 square foot deck in their fabulous home in Sonoma as a site for the 1st ever Hula Mai Monthly Kanikapila. We’re hoping to hold it every 2nd Saturday of the month. But for this month only we well be holding it on the 1st Saturday, the 6th of September. Run time is from 3pm till whenever. It’s a Potluck so we ask that you bring some kind of Kau Kau to contribute. Please feel free to pass this onto anyone interested. Also since it will be at their private residence we’re asking that you observer the protocol list below:
There will still be a Sleeping Lady Kanikapila run by Rick and crew. So if Sonoma’s a little out of reach for you please do drop by The Lady. Mahalo Nui Loa to Betty Ann and Craig for allowing us into their home.
I’ve been told that many of you haven’t been receiving my email alerts, almost all have been Comcast customers. What we’ve found is that Comcast is tagging my emails as SPAM. This is because of the size of my lists. You may need to check your Junk Mail for my emails and mark the them as “Not Junk”, aka un-SPAM them. This will ‘white list’ me and should allow my emails to pass. If you don’t find anything in your Junk Mail then you may need to contact Comcast Support (or your email provider) and have them whitelist my email which is firstname.lastname@example.org . In the meantime keep checking back here to keep up on UFOhana happenings and events. I usually update it no later than Thursday afternoon so keep checking in. In fact, this is exactly why we do the blog, because of issues with Comcast’s SPAM filters and the like.
I want to remind everyone again of this worthy cause. Marisa and Charlotte have been working hard in planning and promoting the event. Registration closes September 10th. Register by or before. The price is now $45. Charlotte mentioned that the have room for 75 more participants. Please, help them out if you can . . .
Another fundraising event coming up this September 28th:
Click and Print the entry form below if you’re interested in competing . . .
Finally, here are the Photo Links to this past week’s events:
Aloha UFOhana, we’re in the Elks Dining Room (small dining area) this Friday. If you’re interested in Dinner here’s the menu I sent around yesterday:
From: Joseph Tato [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Wednesday, August 27, 2014 8:29 PM To: undisclosed recipients: Subject: Need RSVP for Friday Night Prime Rib Dinner
If you plan to join us this Friday for Prime Rib or Salmon we need your RSVP by Thursday 5PM. Our Elk fancy dinner will be served at 6:30PM and 7PM in the dining room (two seating’s). The UFO’s uke club will play from 7-10PM. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-454-8835. $25 pp Roasted Prime Rib or Pan Seared Salmon (Wild Caught) Caesar Salad Garlic Mashed Potatoes Roasted Roasted Veggies Dessert Vegetarian option available for $15
I know he says to RSVP Thursday but you may try calling anyway as they may have extra dinners anyway.
Also want to remind everyone of this event:
Anybody remember this guy? He’s the Hele On Uke Boy! He’ll be back this September 28th at the Second Annual Hele On Ukulele Contest. I hope you’ve all been practicing. Stay tuned for more info next week!
Alright got to go get some sleepy time . . . been another one of those weeks . . .
Uke-Ku There’s no time like now, Quietly sun sets again, Stars sing to the moon,