Aloha mai kākou
Pehea'oe kākou? How are you all? It Ukulele Tuesday again and tonight we will gather at the house of Barb! I am looking forward to it as usual. Today my pearl of wisdom for you is the Hawaiian word LELE. You will recognize it from the word ukulele which means jumping flea. It means to jump, fly or sail through the air. LELE is the root for the Hawaiian word for radio because the voices seem to fly through the air. Just like in the song KHBC. LELE is also the word for the sacrificial alter or heiau found on many of the islands of Hawaii. The body of the sacrifice was brought to the lele to be consecrated to the gods.
When: Tuesday March 22, 2016 - 7:30-9:00pm
Where: 425 18a St. NW
How Much: $50 for a yearly membership, $5 drop in for non-members
(purchase online: http://www.piratejimukes.com/shop/?category=Kanikapila+Memberships)
Why: Because we can and we should!
See you all tonight!
- Pirate Jim