Could Hawaii get ukulele museum and Hall of Fame?

Could Hawaii get ukulele museum and Hall of Fame? Hisako Sekiguchi of the Ukulele Foundation of Hawaii will soon open an ukulele studio and cross-cultural store on Kalakaua Avenue near the Hawaii Convention Center. Accompanying the new studio is talk of possibly locating an ukulele museum and Hall of Fame in Hawaii, although discussions are very preliminary. To keep her new neighbors happy, Sekiguchi has hired a crew this weekend to soundproof her new space, which she estimates will be ready for clients in about four weeks. “It’s small place in Century Center,” more info

2012 4th Annual Ukulele Picnic in Hawai`i

2012 Annual Ukulele Picnic in Hawai`i was held at beautiful hilltop of Kaka`ako Waterfront Park. Like last year, the event was blessed with beautiful Hawaiian blue sky. Thousands of picnic visitors enjoyed music and ono foods all day long. Thanks to YouTube posting of videos by visitors of Ukulele Picnic, the event is gaining recognition worldwide. Now many inquiries are coming from Europe, Australia, and Asia. Popularity of Ukulele is growing beyond our expectation since we started Ukulele Picnic in Hawaii 4 years ago in more info

Bravo! Ukulele Picnic in Hawai`i 2011 – We Love Ukulele! We Love Hawai`i! We Love People!

Thousands of ukulele lovers from around the world enjoyed "3rd Annual Ukulele Picnic in Hawai`i" at Kaka'ako Waterfront Park. Despite of storm and heavy rain warning all over the island, the picnic site was blessed with beautiful sky throughout the day. The organizing committee has put up a huge tent so people can escape from heavy rain, but it was only used to provide nice shaded area to avoid strong sunshine. People enjoyed endless music, ono food, Hawaiian crafts, and breathtaking 360 degree view of Hawaiian ocean, city, mountains. Keiki's enjoyed inflatables and cardboard more info

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