3rd Monday in North Hills

Come and play ukulele with us at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills on the first and third Mondays of each month. All levels of play are welcome, and we are novice-friendly. Some people who come have never even held a ukulele, and if you contact Sandy ahead of time, she will bring an extra ukulele for you to try. Try it -- it's fun!

Music is usually selected from "The Daily Ukulele... 365 Songs for Better Living," by Liz and Jim Beloff. This book is readily available at music stores, book stores, and Amazon.com. Sometimes members bring other music to play (bring 15 copies to share). We play at a large conference table, so bring a table-top music stand if you have one.

Snacks and libations to share are welcome.

For more information, contact Sandy at [masked]

Directions to the Church: Take I279 North to Wexford exit. Turn right at the end of the exit. Right at the light onto Brandt School Road. Right onto West Ingomar Road to 2359. Note - watch for the large sign for the Church and then you will follow a narrow roadway back through the trees to the Church.

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  • Bob

    I could not find the church. Sorry guys.

    January 20, 2014

    • Jack

      I also had difficulty finding the Church on my first visit. There is a sign on W. Ingomar Road, and then you drive down a long driveway. The sign in lit at night, and easy to recognize. The Church is about 1/2 mile from The Franklin Inn (a great Mexican Restaurant on Rochester Road). Google Maps or a GPS will help.

      January 21, 2014

  • Jack

    Excellent instruction on how to start a song in unison. Some easy tunes, including kids pay. I was amazed at the turnout. Wonderful red wine. And, of course, after party at the Franklin Inn where are of the worlds problems were solved over some mighty fine margaritas.

    January 20, 2014

  • Norm D.

    great intro to uke playing

    January 20, 2014

  • Joanne L.

    The church ladies rock.

    January 12, 2014

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