Welcome Back! Rendezvous

October 15, 2022

Grace Lutheran Church 1120 Walker

Port Townsend 

(Volunteers needed to help set up tables and chairs at 12 noon and tear down at 3:30)

A donation of $3 for the hall rental
Please bring snacks to share
Masks and Vaccination Required
We have loaner ukes!

Rendezvous Schedule

12:30-1:00 Set-up/ Registration​​
1:00 – 1:15​​ Welcome  Sing Along / Orientation        ​​Social Hall

1:15 – 2:15​​ Class  Instruction:  ​​​           

Beginning Ukulele Jennifer Adams & Patricia Bolen Sunday School Room

This class is for beginners, those who have never played a ukulele or for those who want a basic brush-up.  We will take you through how to hold the ukulele, how to strum, and how to play some easy chords.  At the end of the session, you will be able to play several songs and play them well.   

Intermediate Ukulele Debbie Littlejohn & Terri Alexander Sanctuary
Walking Around The Fret Board
This class is tailored for the advanced beginner/intermediate player.

If you are comfortable playing C,F and G chords, this class is for you. You will learn a song or two, how to change chords with confidence as well as an introduction to strum patterns and picking. 

Advanced Ukulele       Bruce Cowan    ​     Social Hall
Playing the Great Half-Remembered Songs 

Working on songs from the twentieth century is a fun way to learn musical concepts and ukulele skills. The class will cover two or three tunes from swing, rock, pop, Broadway, folk, and blues. Sheet music is provided with standard notation, tablature, and chord forms for both ukulele and baritone ukulele. The class is meant for intermediate and advanced players who can confidently change chords in the common keys (C, G, F, D, A) and who might be ready to try playing melodies and new chord forms.

2:15-2:30​​​​ Refreshments/Schmooze​​​​

2:30-3:30 Class Presentations and singalongs ​    ​ Social Hall​

All the classes will meet together where we will share one of the tunes you have learned in class. Then, we will play a Spooky singalong.

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