Celebrate all things Hawaiian at Hugo House party
Celebrate songs and stories of Hawaii at Hugo House.
Celebrate Hawaii at "There Will Be Spontaneous Dancing in the Streets: Words and Music about our Roots in Hawaii," a party at Hugo House. Island-born writers and musicians will hold a kanikapila (jam session) and wala'au (talk story) about island life and history. The night features Hawaiian slack-key guitarist Sheryl Akaka and Al Tringali, plus writers Jennifer D. Munro and Loreen Lilyn Lee, hosted by Uncle Gregg Porter of "Hawai'i Radio Connection" on KBCS-FM (91.3). Hugo Café will be open for purchase of beer, wine and pupus (appetizers). 7 p.m. Monday, Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave., Seattle; free (206-322-7030 or www.hugohouse.org).
Marian Liu, Seattle Times staff writer
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