Tuesday, October 6, 2015

A Keiki Luau In Venice

One of the best things about friends growing up and having kids - aside from cool people for the future - is that the parents put on fun parties for the kids. And the grown ups who love them.

That meant pretty much all of Venice was out on Sunday for the Birthday Luau for my little friend, Tallah Tiger. Venice became Kaua'i for a day, complete with Polynesian dancers teaching the hula and the haka to the kids (and some gamer adults).

Mai Tais and Sangria were on tap for the adults, and the floral shirts, grass skirts, and lei adorned partiers spilled out on to the walk streets as the reggae band turned it up a notch. The dancers followed suit, and soon were literally on fire when they spun their flaming torches. Awesome.

My phone became full and wouldn't let me take any more photos, but trust me that it only got more fun and more gorgeous, and all the limbo dancers enjoyed each other as the sun set on another glorious Venice tiki weekend.

Mahalo to Mersedeh, Chris, Tallah, and all the friends who make every event such a good time!


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