We are beginning another Beginner's 101 Ukulele 4 week class.
Date: Thursday evening, May 3rd and will run for four consecutive weeks.
Time: 7 to 8:30 PM
Cost: $30 total
Location: Nazarene church - info on website
All materials will be provided. Just bring an ukulele and the desire to learn!
You might know someone who's expressed an interest in learning. Let them know.
RSVP on the club website so we will known how many sets of lessons to print.
Once we start the class, we will not add students. This will allow us to stay focused on the material at hand without trying to play catch up. Each lesson will build on the previous one.
This is a good time to learn how to play the ukulele before all those family events, campouts, vacations, or just enjoying the outdoors. Nothing says fun like an ukulele sing along!
The Ukulele Club of Las Vegas met for the first time in June of 2009. The goal was to create a ukulele community that focuses on fun, friendship, good music, and the love of the mighty, little ukulele.
All skill levels are welcome. Beginners are encouraged to come and join in, as we all learn together. We offer beginner and intermediate classes throughout the year. We meet weekly and play a pre-determined song list that will include various genres of music. Most everything we play is pre-1980.
We are an amateur club, but have the privilege of playing locally for various organizations. It is such a pleasure to bring the joy of the ukulele to others. It is virtually impossible to play and/or listen to a ukulele and not feel happy.
Our members come from every walk of life. We have no social, educational, monetary or religious barriers between us.
It is said that "the ukulele is easy to learn, but difficult to master." Each of us is somewhere on that path, and we can encourage and inspire one another to greater musical understanding and accomplishment...while having a great deal of fun.
Guests are welcome to participate or just observe.
Lynn Weaver, Founder – Leader
There is no age limit or restriction. We ask that minors be accompanied by a responsible adult.