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Past Events 2019

2019 Announcement to Learn Online (Maui Lessons and Packaged Song Sets no longer available)

HIGHLIGHTS:

January 10. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
January 30. NEW Island Stories and Songs series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
February 21. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
March 14. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
April 13. The Hawaiian Serenaders show with hula dancers at Makawao Library.
April 18. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
April 27. The Hawaiian Serenaders perform for Celebration of Life, Makawao.
May 12. The Hawaiian Serenaders Mother's Day Concert at Kula Hospital.
May 23. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
May 29. NEW Island Stories and Songs series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
June 6. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
June 11 and June 15. Kamehameha Day activities in Kahului and Lahaina.
June 16. The Hawaiian Serenaders Father's Day Concert at Kula Hospital.
July 25. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
August 15. The Hawaiian Serenaders perform at Kamehameha Schools Alumni Event, Wailuku.
August 15. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
August 22. The Hawaiian Serenaders Pop & Jazz Concert at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
September 5. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.
September 8. The Hawaiian Serenaders Grandparents Day Concert at Kula Hospital.

REVIEWS:

January 10. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Sixteen people signed up for the first program for the year. We did 9 songs about Maui, Molokai, and Lanai. (Review)

January 30. NEW Island Stories and Songs series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Fourteen people signed up for the first program for the year. We visited 22 places on Oahu and sang 5 songs about Oahu. (Review)

February 21. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckesville.

Thirty-seven people signed up for the Paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) program. We did 11 country and western songs. (Review)

March 14. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Thirty-three people signed up for the Broadway Show Tunes program. We did 12 songs from vaudeville to the 1960s. (Review)

April 13. The Hawaiian Serenaders show with hula dancers at Makawao Library.

The Hawaiian Serenaders presented a Nostalgic Hawaiian Music show for the library's 50th anniversary celebration. (Review)

April 18. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Twenty-two people signed up for the Hula Songs program. We did 10 songs to celebrate the annual Merrie Monarch Festival. (Review)

April 27. The Hawaiian Serenaders perform for Celebration of Life.

The Serenaders performed before and during the program for a retired National Park Service Superintendent. (Review)

May 12. The Hawaiian Serenaders Mother's Day Concert at Kula Hospital.

The Hawaiian Serenaders performed a variety of pop, jazz, Hawaiian and hapa haole tunes with 4 hula at Kula Hospital. (Review)

May 23. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Twenty people signed up for the Flower and Lei Songs program. We did 11 songs to celebrate May Day is Lei Day in Hawaii. (Review)

May 29. NEW Island Stories and Songs series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Fourteen people signed up for the second program of the year. We visited many places on the Big Island and sang related songs. (Review)

June 6. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Thirteen people signed up for the Small Kid Time Songs (from and about childhood) program. We did 11 songs to celebrate the start of summer road trips and camping trips from childhood. (Review)

June 11 and June 15. Kamehameha Day activities in Kahului and Lahaina.

Ahahui Ka'ahumanu, a royal society of Native Hawaiian women, participated in two activities honoring King Kamehameha for his birthday. (Review)

June 16. The Hawaiian Serenaders Father's Day Concert at Kula Hospital.

The Hawaiian Serenaders performed a variety of new big band jazz, broadway, plus 4 hula songs at Kula Hospital. (Review)

July 25. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Sixteen people signed up for the Patriotic Songs program. We did 11 songs to celebrate America's birthday on July 4th. (Review)

August 15. The Hawaiian Serenaders perform at Kamehameha Schools Alumni Event in Wailuku.

One hundred people attended the dinner event at Dani's Hall. (Review)

August 15. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Twenty-three people signed up for the Island Songs program. We did 11 songs to celebrate Hawaii's Statehood Day on August 21, 1959. (Review)

August 22. The Hawaiian Serenaders Pop & Jazz Ukulele Concert at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Sixty-eight people signed up for the Concert. We did 24 songs including 3 on banjo-uke. (Review)

September 5. Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center, Spreckelsville.

Thirty-seven people signed up for the Rock 'n' Roll program. We did 11 songs. (Review)

September 8. The Hawaiian Serenaders Grandparents Day Concert at Kula Hospital.

The Hawaiian Serenaders performed a variety of popular songs plus 2 hula songs at Kula Hospital. (Review)


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