Thursday, April 16, 2009

Merrie Monarch Hula Festival

It's that time again. I plan to be glued to the TV tonight, tomorrow night, and Saturday night, watching the Merrie Monarch Hula Festival. As always, this will cut into my computer time. {SMILE}

As usual, if you want to see what I'm so excited about, it's here on the web. They broadcast the three nights of competition on the web as streaming video, so people outside of our state can see it too. They should have Thursday night (Miss Aloha Hula, the young women's solo competition) up on the web from when it starts tonight until Hula Kahiko (old-style hula) starts tomorrow night. Hula Kahiko should be up from when it starts tomorrow night until Hula 'Auana (Modern secular hula) starts Saturday night. Hula 'Auana will be up from when it starts until indefinitely in the future. One year a friend caught it a week or so afterwards, so they don't take that one down quickly. {Smile}

I'll certainly be watching. It's nice to live in-state, where it's also broadcast on TV. {SMILE}

Anne Elizabeth Baldwin


  1. It sounds lovely, Anne.

    I'm still chugging away on your mitts, dear. I'm making up the pattern as I go, and my knitting time has been limited a bit, but never fear! I shall prevail!


  2. The Merrie Monarch is great. At least my parents and I think so! {REALLY BIG GRIN}

    The mitts sound great. Take your time with them. {SMILE}

    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin