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Sunday, December 31, 2017
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12:00pm New Entry[12:00pm] Uncle Pete Naluai kanikapila - Gardena, CA
Uncle Pete Naluai leads kanikapila music every Sunday morning at Bob's. Bob's Hawaiian Style Restaurant 15926 South Western Avenue, Gardena, CA (310) 515-2250 Ono grinds!!

[2:00pm] Surf City Strummers - Huntington Beach, CA
Meets EVERY SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 2:00pm to 4:00pm Island Bazaar - 16582 Gothard St, Hungtington Beach, CA Wind up the weekend the right way...the surf city strum way! We play standards of all eras and have opportunities to solo, also. About 40 players show up each week to end the weekend right. Please join us. $5.00 donation requested. If you're visiting the Southland from out of the area, please come! Music...and the best snacks!!! Surf City Strummers is led by our fearless leader: SHIRLEY ORLANDO!

[3:00pm] Kanikapila with Uncle Roddy & friends - Carson, CA
Uncle Roddy's kanikapila 3-6 p.m. Led by Uncle Roddy, Uncle Lincoln Uncle Mel, Uncle Harry & others. Back Home In Lahaina - 519 E. Carson Street, Carson, CA

[4:00pm] Ukulele Group Workshop - Calgary, AB, Canada
Saturdays and Sundays 4:00pm - 5:00pm 'Ukulele Group Workshop $25 per person. This is a level 1 class. Please call to reserve your spot! Bignote Music Calgary, AB, Canada

[5:00pm] Ukulele Sundays - San Clemente, CA
Come join our weekly for kanikapila! Our aim is to provide an opportunity for people from different playing backgrounds, different levels of ability, and different ukulele clubs - or no playing background at all, no great musical ability, and no club or group affiliation - to come together in a friendly, no-pressure setting to talk-story, share songs and playing tips, and meet new friends. Pat Enos, a well-known ukulele performer and teacher, will be here most weeks to provide tips and tricks. If you have a song you'd like to teach us or lead us all in, we'd love to learn it. Song books are available at our kanikapila if you need them - or bring your own music - or no music. Actually, that's the most fun of all - playing and singing songs by heart or following along on new songs by watching and listening. If you're a beginner - or if you don't even own an ukulele yet - you're more than welcome. This is a great place to learn. We usually have some spare ukuleles around so that you can borrow one for the evening and also a complimentary little beginner's learning packet which you can take home with you. Ukulele players are a generous bunch and we love to welcome and teach newcomers. Hula dancers - and those who would like to learn to do a step or two are also invited! We don't do formal hula instruction here but there is always someone at our meet-ups who would be happy to share some tips to get you started. We meet every Sunday, from 5 PM to 7 PM. Directions are on our website.

[5:30pm] Trader Sam's Tiki Bar
Found in the pool are near the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, CA. Hawaiian Musicians are slated to perform there 5:30 PM nightly.