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Founded in 1921, the Adventurers’ Club of Los Angeles is celebrating 100 years of exploring and tramping around every corner of the world. If you’ve been to a previous Tiki Night, you know that this evening is not to be missed. This is the night every year when we cut loose and and embrace tiki for a few lively hours of revelry and ohana. At this point, most of us could use a healthy dose of revelry about now! This year we have an exciting event planned-
This year’s libations are sponsored by Deadhead Rum. Taste some of the best rum straight or mixed in a variety of tropical cocktails.
The Martini Kings will be gracing us with their smooth sounds throughout the evening.
Chef Milton Reyes of Chabelitas Catering is cooking a variety of Tiki Inspired dishes. Come hungry!
- Cashew and Coconut Shrimp
- Sweet and Sour Chicken
- Baby Back Ribs with Tamarind Glaze
- Beef Ginger Hoisin Meatballs
- Garlic Plantains
- Lumpia with Sweet/Sour Sauce
- Stir Fry Green Beans with Coconut Flakes
- Spam Fried Rice (Without SPAM too)
- Pineapple Rum Cake with Coconut Ice Cream
Danee Hazama, member #1014, will be presenting a program Te Ao – Voyaging into the Light. Danee is one of our more intrepid explorers. He has carried many expedition flags and was awarded explorer of the year. He currently lives in Tahiti where he immerses himself in Polynesian lore and culture, including ancient navigation, dance, and other traditions.
Commemorative Tiki Mugs
We have commissioned a limited edition commemorative tiki mug for the Club’s 100 year anniversary. This mug is a collaboration between Ken “KenTiki” Hudson of The Art of KenTiki, David Outline of Outl1n3 Island, and Alec Shumate of Pen and the Sword! If you want one, you have to come for the party…choose the admission ticket with mug option.
Attire for the Party
Dress to impress! Whether you go with tiki or explorer or something else, GO BIG! It’s always fun to see some amazing outfits and people going the extra mile. You probably want to at least dust off that Hawaiian print shirt.
If you’re going to miss an event this year, don’t let it be Tiki Night at the Adventurers’ Club! We sell out every year and there are always people calling about tickets afterward…book now for this event!