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Summer 2015 Events

 

HIGHLIGHTS: Scroll down to read reviews by the date of the event

Summer: (July - September 2015)
July 18-19. Ukulele Festival at Waikiki, Oahu.
September 5. Oral History & Sing-Along Program at Bailey House Museum, Wailuku.
September 7. Ukulele Class Party at our home, Kula.
September 18-19. Maui Marathon at Kaanapali.
September 24. Hong Kong visitors program at condo, Lahaina.

REVIEWS

June 18-19. Ukulele Festival at Waikiki, Oahu.

I flew to Oahu in time for the Saturday workshop with Willie K, and then participated at the festival on Sunday. What fun I had "backing up Willie K" along with 150 others on stage at the 45th annual festival! Last year I attended the festival as a spectator, and this year I had more fun making new friends to play on stage. This was also the first time that I was written about in someone's blog (as we met at the pre-workshop). (Read more) (See photos)

September 5. Oral History & Sing-Along Program at Bailey House Museum, Wailuku.

Four Maui residents plus six visitors to the museum Saturday came to my program. We learned about Queen Lili'uokalani and sang 6 of her compositions. (Read more) (See photos)

September 7. Ukulele Class Party at our home, Kula.

Thirty people to came Monday, the Labor Day holiday, to help us celebrate our 21st wedding anniversary and to bless our new deck. The was the first time we blended both ukulele classes that I teach at Kaunoa Senior Center into one party at our home. (Read more) (See photos)

September 18-19. Maui Marathon at Kaanapali. 

The Hawaiian Serenaders performed 2 times in 2 days, from Friday to Saturday.

New this year we did not play Saturday night, nor at the Finish Line on Sunday. It was a memorable 7th year at the 45th Annual Maui Marathon. For the first time, we had fans who came specifically to hear us play while on vacation from Montana. (Read more) (See photos)

September 24. Hong Kong visitors program at condo, Lahaina. 

We drove to Lahaina Thursday night at the special request of a business colleague to share the aloha spirit with a group of a three visitors from Hong Kong. We took three instruments and taught them to play a few songs on the ukulele. Their faces really lit up when The Hawaiian Serenaders sang a few songs. (Read more) (See photos)

 



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