Peheaʻoe? How are you? Tonight we are meeting in a new kanikapila location. Club member Denise Lister is opening up her home for us to gather and strum our ukulele together. Mahalo nui loa Denise for your hospitality. I can't wait to see you all tonight in Scenic Acres.
The Hawaiian Word of the Week is pakaukau. The word pakaukau is very general and it is used to describe things like a table, stand, counter, booth or desk. Pakaukau can be broken down into two parts, pa or a specific area, and kau or kaukau which is verb meaning to place, so pakaukau is a place where you put things. In Hawai'i of old the word however, food was not served on a pakaukau, it was served on a lauhala mat. So let's put our songs books and iPads on the pakaukau and start strumming!
What: Pirate Jim's Kanikapila
When: Tuesday April 12, 2016 - 7:30-9:00pm
Where: 355 Schubert Place NW
How Much: $50 for a yearly membership, $5 drop in for non-members
Why: Because we can and we should!