Past Meetup

Ukulele Jam Session in Historic Lower Mills: Across America

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Historic Walter Baker Chocolate Factory Artist Lofts

1231 Adams Street Common Room · Boston, ma

How to find us

Free street parking or on the lots of Star Market (behind our building, away from entrance) and CVS.

Location image of event venue

Details

• What we'll do

In anticipation of 4th of July, we will play songs on a journey across America, from Boston to San Francisco. As usual, we will end with our usual songs, plus others to add to our gig list.

Download the 36-page, 1.8 MB PDF of 28 songs of locations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia.

http://www.anneku.com/songbooks/across_america.pdf

Listen to the Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/1218900505/playlist/5XrEmg8A6cZmPsGkmIC0jh?si=j5xkT-qFQ66zdI0j_Sd2Yw

Unique opportunity to play music in the former administrative building of the oldest chocolate factory in America. Walter Baker Artist Lofts has a permanent exhibit by the artists in residence. The common room (with temporary exhibit) with high ceilings and natural light from three tall windows is on the right-hand side of the front entrance. This is a grassroots initiative to introduce the joy of ukulele to this part of Boston. Location is visible from the Milton-T station (red line to Ashmont, then Mattanpan trolley). Free parking on streets, lot of Star Market (behind building, away from their entrance), nearby CVS, and on Eliot Street.

Prior to this free jam session is a workshop for beginners. Please RSVP on that meet-up if you’d like to join. Doors open from 6:30 pm.

• What to bring
Ukulele +, own refreshments & snacks (optional to share), printout, music stand, and/or iPad etc for music.
Provided: tables, chairs, free wifi.

• Important to know
Fill out the Google Form to get on the mailing list when dates/times change or new workshops get scheduled. Visit for future dates, songbooks (PDF), Google Form link at http://www.anneku.com/ukulele/