Past Meetup

Ukulele Song Sheet Study in Historic Lower Mills at Walter Baker Building

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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 (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).

Location image of event venue

Details

• What we'll do

For February and March, we are meeting on Thursdays instead of Wednesday. Once a month, we will hold our session at the nearby library - the next being Feb 14th Love Songs from Movies (see separate meet-up).

For this one, we will explore songs we want to add to our staple and stable song book, to work towards performance standard. Choose songs you like, bring a handful of copies to share or link for iPad or laptop (in the comments section) and we will go through them a few times for consideration.

At our previous jam session which started at 6:30 pm and ended at 10:30 pm to celebrate our first anniversary, we went through a popular songbook of a more established ukulele club, as you can see in this live video recording: https://www.facebook.com/blogmaiden/videos/10156889521646083/

Doors open 6:45 pm. Please make yourself known by knocking loudly or flashing your smartphone into the room (right side of the front doors).

Scroll down to the bottom of http://www.anneku.com/ukulele/ to find links to song sheets and songs. Find songs you know and love to sing so you can lead the group.

Where is Historic Lower Mills? It's in Boston. It's walking distance from the Milton T station. Watch this video: https://youtu.be/NSgAUwHYOa4

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).

Here's our unique one and only Choco-lele Commercial Mash-up -- do you recognise these jingles?
https://www.facebook.com/blogmaiden/videos/10156633380991083/

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

• 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/