Burns Night with Ukulele in Historic Lower Mills at Walter Baker Building

Are you going?

4 people going


Historic Walter Baker Chocolate Factory Artist Lofts

1231 Adams Street Common Room · Boston, ma

How to find us

Free street parking (especially on Eliot Street) or lots of Star Market behind our building. Walking distance to Milton T-Station (Mattapan Trolley from Ashmont on the Red line).

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• What we'll do

It's Robert Burns Night! Besides, "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean" and "Auld Lang Syne" did you know that "Cock Up Your Beaver" means "put a feather in your cap" ? Can you think of other songs appropriate for an evening of Scotch and haggis? Put your suggestions in the comment area below.

We are one of the few ukulele groups that consistently meet every single week. We will post links to the songs we will be doing as soon as we see RSVPs. Sometimes we can't stop playing till 9:30 or 10 pm!

We welcome everyone to join us in the building with big letters WALTER BAKER on top. You can see it from the Milton T station (Mattapan Trolley from Ashmont red line). Doors open from 6:40 pm. Please arrive before 7 pm for a prompt start, or else make yourself known by knocking loudly or flashing your smartphone into the room (right side of the front doors).

Here's our unique one and only Choco-lele Commercial Mash-up -- do you recognise these jingles?

From today onwards, we will meet every Thursday and resume to our usual Wednesdays in April. Once a month, we will hold our session at the library in Lower Mills - see separate meet-up.

Links to song sheets will be posted by Friday before our meet-up.

• What to bring
Ukulele +, own refreshments & snacks (optional to share), printout, music stand, and/or iPad etc for music. We have free wifi access. Alcohol is definitely allowed.

• Important to know
For links to our thematic songbooks, song sheets, mailing list sign-up, schedule, please visit our website at http://www.anneku.com/ukulele/