HAU’OLI UKULELE OHANA Hau’oli Ukulele Ohana means “Happy Ukulele Family”. This is a brand new gathering of ukulele and music enthusiasts who like to play and sing. Any level of player is welcome or even if you want to come and just check it out, you are welcome to attend. Important: This is not a ‘class’. Very little instruction will be given on how to play the ukulele. But because the ukulele is relatively easy, beginners can improve quickly.
Who: ADULTS When: SUNDAY, July 24TH Time: 2:00-4:00 Location: Newport YMCA REQUIREMENTS: Uke, Songbook, and Music Stand
You must purchase the book - The Daily Ukulele by Jim and Liz Beloff. Amazon has the best price. Some books may be available for purchase at the gathering. This gathering is being facilitated by Brian Tong. Brian is a Newport YMCA Board Member as well as a volunteer Indoor Cycling and Body Pump coach. Growing up in Hawaii, Brian has been playing ukulele since he was 5 years old. Contact Brian with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Class is limited to 50 people.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO BE A MEMBER OF THE YMCA TO ATTEND This will be a fun way for you to enjoy making music. Sorry, adults only for now. Feel free to come and check it out even if you don’t play or sing. After all, it’s ‘Ohana’ time! DONATION (benefit YMCA) - $5.00 (no one turned away) For more information contact: BRIAN TONG (714) 335-5959 email@example.com NEWPORT-MESA FAMILY YMCA (CENTRAL ORANGE COAST) 2300 University Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92626 | (949) 642-9990
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