Come and play ukulele with us at the Unitarian Universalist Church of the North Hills on the first and third Mondays of each month. All levels of play are welcome, and we are novice-friendly. Some people who come have never even held a ukulele, and if you contact Sandy ahead of time, she will bring an extra ukulele for you to try. Try Ukulele.... It's Really Fun!
Music is usually selected from "The Daily Ukulele... 365 Songs for Better Living," by Liz and Jim Beloff. This book is readily available at music stores, book stores, and Amazon.com. Sometimes members bring other music to play (bring 20 copies to share). We play seated in a circle. Bring a music stand if you have one. We share leading the group.
Snacks and libations to share are always welcome.
For more information, contact Sandy at [masked]
Directions to the Church: Take I279 North to Wexford exit. Turn right at the end of the exit. Right at the light onto Brandt School Road. Right onto West Ingomar Road to 2359. Note: Watch for the large Church sign and turn right, then you will follow a narrow road back through the trees to the Church. We meet in a room just inside the door. If you are driving North from Pittsburgh on I-279, take Exit 8 Camp Horne Road, Go north and then take Rochester Road. West Ingomar Road is just past the Franklin Inn (turn right and then a quick left, and the Church driveway is in sight on your left.
Look for this sign. Note: it is lit at night
Playlist for2/4/19 led by Veronica
1. Beautiful brown eyes page 34
2. Can’t help falling in love with you page 51
3. Crazy page 58
4. 5 foot two page 82
5. The glory of love page 90
6. Hey good Lookin page 108
7. Love me tender page 154
8. My love page 170
9. Runaway page[masked]. Tell me why page[masked]. That’s amore page[masked]. Under the Boardwalk page[masked]. Unchained melody page[masked]. When I fall in love page 261
1. Annie’s song page 23
2. Can’t take my eyes off of you page 64
3. I think we’re alone now page 162
4. Rhythm of the rain page 293
5. Will you still love me tomorrow page 389
While my guitar gently weeps