Monday, August 8, 2016

The Other Way Around

The Tea Dance in the West:
There seems to be many people that work in the West and live in town. Perhaps the Pau Hana Dance would do it in reverse. Many still do not see the need it fills and how it would work. A place to go in the middle of the week and not just Happy Hour with a couple drinks to unwind and talk story. Dancers could enjoy dancing on a nice floor with some room. (maybe a 500 square foot floor) Best territory so far Kalealoa between the Kalealoa Harbor and Kalealoa Airport. That is a coming section in spite of the Present Rail Party.

"The birds are molting. If only people could molt also - their minds once

a year of its errors, their hearts once a year of its useless passions."


Could start right after work, maybe 5 PM. A little time for nice conversations in between dances, possibly meeting old friends. Plenty of chop stick pupus and fruit drinks available. The kind of dancing that has been referred to, in the past, as social dance. It could be pau at about 8 and the freeway home will be all clear. And we could possibly get some of the dance information to make a blog now and then, write ups and photos.

"Morning Dew" by Melveen Leed

Malama Learning Center, Kapolei
The Malama Learning Center at Kapolei High School may rival the Ala Wai Recreational Facility. For now it has a dance studio with an entire wall of mirror. It is for kids now but the evenings may eventually cover ballroom dance lessons for adults but we have not been able to get more information.

"Tiny Bubbles" by Don Ho

Most of this will come to fruit long after I am gone but for sure you can't stop it. That is just the way the mop, plops.


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