Ongoing Ukulele Opportunities:
Corvallis Ukulele Cabaret & Singalong, First Alternative Co-op meeting room,
1007 SE 3rd St, 7-9PM Aways the first Friday of the month.
Open mic, jam, and sing-a-long. All ages, instruments and skill levels welcomed.
Hosted by Suz Doyle and Jeanne Holmes.
An iPad and projector will be used for the music at the Cabaret, but you may download the songs and materials
ahead of time by contacting your hosts at the below e-mail address.
For more information: WEB: http://suzdoyle.com/corvallis-uke-cabaret/
EMAIL: CorUkeCab@gmail.com PHONE: 541-602-5537
Ukulele group lesson and performance, always the first Wednesday of the month, 6-7PM atABC Music, 263 Chemeketa St NE Salem.
No experience is necessary, a limited number of ukuleles will be provided for use during the event. The lesson material is geared toward beginners, but all skill levels are welcome and intermediate concepts will be presented.
For more information contact ABC Music at 503-363-1641 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dallas Ukulele Group Jam, Dallas Public Library 950 Main St, 5:15-6:45
Always the first and third Wednesdays of each month.
This casual fun group is open to all levels of player where everyone participates in teaching and learning.
For Dallas Uke Group song list go to https://dallas-or-ukes.netlify.com/
Contact Daniel Battaglia at email@example.com or 503-881-7136.
Tualatin Ukulele Group, Winona Grange #271, 8340 SW Seneca St
Meeting every Sunday from 2-4pm in Tualatin, OR. 97062 Phone: 503-985-6741
Mele Ukulele holds their monthly gathering the second Monday of the month September through June at the First United Methodist Church of Salem, room 114.
So, grab your uke, Daily Ukulele music books (both yellow & blue covers) and kick off your summer with this fun song circle 6:30-8:30PM.
For more information contact Mary Ann at 503-393-7377
Ukulele Fans of Oregon, dedicated to having fun, always gathers on the third Sunday of the month at the Salem Public Library, 585 Liberty St, SE, 1:30-4PM.
From the ukulele curious and beginners, to the most experienced players, everyone is welcomed. Come to strum and sing. Lessons for new players the first half hour.
For more information go to www.ukulelefansoforegon.com, like us on Facebook.
Questions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our monthly song list will be sent out via e-mail and posted 2 weeks prior to our gathering on our website.
Woodburn Ukulele FansSong Circle meets the 4th Sunday of the month at the Woodburn Public Library, 280 Garfield St., 1:30–4PM.
All levels of uke players are welcome. Bring your uke, copy of the Daily Ukulele (yellow cover) and music stand. For more information contact
Kathy Zimmerman at email@example.com or send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Future events to note:
September 19th, Wednesday evening, 6-8:30PM.
Craig Chee & Sarah Maisel will each teach classes to take your ukulele playing up a notch whether you’re an advanced beginner or a strongly intermediate player.
Each will teach an hour-long class twice, giving everyone an opportunity to take both for only $20. Complete details will be coming soon.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com.
October 6th & 7th, Saturday and Sunday
Peter Luongo, who led the Langley Ukulele Ensemble, will be in Salem to teach classes for enthusiasts who wish to maximize their enjoyment of the ukulele.
There will be separate classes for beginners, advanced beginners and intermediate/advanced intermediate players.
Each 3-hour class will be limited to 30 students. Complete details will be coming soon.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org This is an event not to miss!