Lei Day at the Lodge

Fabulous first Lei Day at the Lodge. Delicious food with Hawaii'an inspiration. Lei competition yielded 3 winners: Toni Golbus, Dan Freeman and Charlotte Kobayashi. Fun by one and all - with a music filled evening led by Ukulele Friends Ohana.

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Lei Day at the Lodge

Friday, May 24, 2019

Downstairs

6:00 pm
 - 
10:00 pm
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EVENT:
Lei Day at the Lodge
Date:
Friday, May 24, 2019
Time:
6:00 pm
 - 
10:00 pm
Location:
Downstairs
Cost:
Lei Contest

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Lei Competition

3 Prizes to be offered for each category: Most Hawaiian, Most Creative, Most Beautiful.


In Hawaii, May 1st, is designated as Lei Day.  Originated on May 1st, 1927 by Don Blanding, a reporter for Honolulu Star Bulletin newspaper. He established Lei Day as a day when everyone would wear a lei and give a lei to their friends and loved ones.  It is a day to express love,appreciation, and friendship.

Today, May 1st is still celebrated throughout the islands. There is pageantry, hula dancing and music throughout the day, plus avery large lei contest held at the Waikiki Shell with prizes awarded for leisof many categories—the red lei, blue lei, orange lei, purple lei, yellow lei,most Hawaiian, most beautiful, best dry flower lei, etc.

Here in San Rafael, California, a small group of Elk women are initiating a modified May Day celebration and lei contest for members and guests.  *Prizes to be offered after dinner- 8:00 pm.

Raffle off a Kala Concert Ukulele [without a case]  $5 per raffle ticket. Ukulele is beginner concert worth about $125.  *For this winners must be present.

Lei Competition

3 Prizes to be offered for each category: Most Hawaiian, Most Creative, Most Beautiful.


In Hawaii, May 1st, is designated as Lei Day.  Originated on May 1st, 1927 by Don Blanding, a reporter for Honolulu Star Bulletin newspaper. He established Lei Day as a day when everyone would wear a lei and give a lei to their friends and loved ones.  It is a day to express love,appreciation, and friendship.

Today, May 1st is still celebrated throughout the islands. There is pageantry, hula dancing and music throughout the day, plus avery large lei contest held at the Waikiki Shell with prizes awarded for leisof many categories—the red lei, blue lei, orange lei, purple lei, yellow lei,most Hawaiian, most beautiful, best dry flower lei, etc.

Here in San Rafael, California, a small group of Elk women are initiating a modified May Day celebration and lei contest for members and guests.  *Prizes to be offered after dinner- 8:00 pm.

Raffle off a Kala Concert Ukulele [without a case]  $5 per raffle ticket. Ukulele is beginner concert worth about $125.  *For this winners must be present.

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