Kanikapila Island Strummers – Lin’s Asian Buffet – Carrollton, Texas
• June 10, 2014 · 7:00 PM
• Lin’s Asian Buffet
• This month's theme: "Kaua`i, the Garden Isle"
Aloha to our Kanikapila Ohana, our musical family consisting of some of the most gracious, hospitable, fun-loving ukulele folks on the planet!!!!!
We celebrate Hawaiian music and culture and we welcome all Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Ukulele Players, as well as, their families and friends!! Kanikapila literally means“play music”and we’d like to invite everyone in North Texas, or those here for a visit, to come join us, be yourself, and just take it easy ~ Hawaiian-style!
We also strive to take a closer look at Hawaiian words and phrases, as well as, the Hawaiian alphabet, and we try to sing more Hawaiian-language songs, as well as, those tried-and-true Hapa-Hole songs! Even if you don’t play the uke, you can come sing, dance the hula, or just have a good time! Open mic performances are always welcome!!! Mahalo and Aloha!
The Aloha Spirit is alive and well in Texas!!!
Host: Obed Donlin
Date: Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location: Lin’s Asian Buffet
2810 E. Trinity Mills Road Suite 122
(SE Corner of Trinity Mills and Marsh)
While there is no charge for this meetup, we ask your kokua (help) in patronizing the venue, as we have been allowed to use the room at no extra charge. Lin’s will also give our Kanikapila attendees a 10% discount off their order!!!!
Our meetup will be in the restaurant’s semi-private room at the back of the restaurant.
Our very first themed Kanikapila will be "Kaua`i, the Garden Isle." If you have been there, and even if you have not, you are welcomed to share any information, pictures, or stories with the group. Anyone is also welcome to share a song or hula about The Garden Isle.
Songlist for June Kanikapila…..
One Paddle Two Paddle
Kaulana Na Pua
Henehene Kou `Aka
Hele On To Kaua`i
Mr. San Cho Lee
Kaua`i, Island of Love
*Lovely Hula Hands
All songs (lyrics and chords) are available in the latest revision [masked]) of the Complete Kanikapila Songbook, which can be found in the FILES section of the DUH Meetup website. Attendees will need to download those files (on paper or ipad) and bring them to the June Kanikapila!
*The four songs marked with the asterisk (*) are also available in the FILES section of the DUH website. You will also need to bring a copy of these four songs to the June Kanikapila. Remember to log in to see the file: new kanikapila songs[masked].
Come join us and share the mana`o (meaning, idea) of the Ukulele through the eyes of all that is Hawaiian. Mahalo and Malama Pono!
Note: This event is hosted by Obed Donlin. Please do not hesitate to forward any questions, comments, or concerns you may have about this meetup. Please contact him directly.