Live Ukulele Showcase @ Long Beach Art Gallery! Come out and support the arts!








We, the various ukulele players have been invited to participate and support a new Art Gallery in Long Beach: the Gina M. Woodruff Gallery. Opened last August and doing great, the Gallery features live music on Friday Nights for its patrons and the general public. The proprietor has invited us out to help introduce Hawaiian Surf artist HEATHER BROWN.


Also being featured is beach sculpture by Robin Antar and Lee Jordan.

There are three things you can do to help support

Island Bazaar AND the GMW Art Gallery;

ONE: Perform! There is space for a few of us to play smooth Hawaiian/Island/surf tunes to set the mood for the evening. If you have solo material that fits the bill or CD's to promote, you are welcome! Please contact Arthur at [masked] or at [masked] to participate and for playlist. Players will assemble at art gallery at 6:30PM.

TWO: COME ON OUT! PLEASE come out help support our local merchants. Light appetizers, cookies, lemonade, tea and wine are being generously provided and you are encouraged to bring some dishes to share too. BYOB (or wine) would be great too!

THREE: TELL THE WHOLE WORLD! It is through wonderful networks like US that keep the local communities alive and thriving. Help keep places like ISLAND BAZAAR and GMW Art Gallery of Long Beach happy and healthy by printing out the flyer below and sharing it wth your friends, family, co-workers, mortal enemies and pets. THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR ALL OF YOUR HELP, I know that you all come through in spectacular fashion!

So just remember: ART, MUSIC, FOOD, WINE! See you there!

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  • gina w.

    See you again in May!

    February 26, 2013

  • Arthur H.

    had a great time!

    1 · February 26, 2013

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