Pre-Father's Day PATIO JAM!
While the weather is nice and a little cooler (meaning less than 100+ degrees outside) We thought it would be fun to have a patio JAM.
It's just before Father's Day! And what better way to celebrate Father's Day then to do a little ukulele jamming with some good 'ol Texas food!
So, if you ARE a father, bring your kids, and if you HAVE a father, bring your dad!
We are going to do something a little different to celebrate this year:
A tie exchange!
So, dig into your closets and pull out a tie to throw in the bag. It could be a loud tie, a funny tie, a nice tie, or a bad tie!
Everyone will draw a tie out of the bag, and we'll put them on for a fun group picture. Then they are your Father's Day gift to keep. You can wear it proudly at work, or hide it in your closet until our NEXT tie exchange!
Ladies, this goes for you, too! Let's dig out those ties!
2:00pm - Arrive, find a good seat and order food and beverage
3:30pm -Jam begins
5:00pm - Close
We will be on the back COVERED patio - they also have a STAGE.
Love and War in Texas
601 E. Plano Pkwy
Plano, TX 75074
Website - http://www.loveandwarintexas.com/
Check out their menu here - http://www.loveandwarintexas.com/Lunch-Menu.htm
WE WILL USE ALL 3 Jam Books:
Bring your copy - DUH Jam Book, Beginner Jam Book , The "Daily Ukulele" Jam Book
NOTE: We will be using the Daily Ukulele jam book in a DIFFERENT way! Anyone can call out a song in The Daily Ukulele for us to play -- But if you CALL the song, you need to LEAD the song!
The DUH Jam Book and the Beginner's Jam Book are both free downloads from the Files section of this website. If you have trouble finding them, send us an email and we can help you. Downloaded books can be printed at home, taken to Staples, Kinko's, Office Depot, or other locations for printing, or simply loaded into your tablet or Ipad for use.
The Daily Ukulele must be purchased. It is available at Fleamarketmusic.com, Amazon, or locally at Uke Lady Music.
Join us for a wonderful Saturday Texas style lunch, Uke'en and more Uke'en - see ya there! And remember: Without "U", it's just Kulele!