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Royal City Uke Fest BIG UKULELE STRUM-ALONG

Harcourt Memorial United Church Guelph, Ontario

Music — Hands-On Activity, Collective Creation

Let's make music together!

On Friday, September 28th from 7:00pm - 8:00pm (ish), join us for an evening of ukulele goodness at Harcourt Memorial United Church at 87 Dean Ave, Guelph. All you need is a ukulele and a willingness to join in the fun as Royal City Uke Fest Director and Music Educator, Cynthia Kinnunen, with Michigan's Ukulele Ambassador, Ben Hassenger, lead you through an evening of happy ukulele music-making!

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When

Thu 27 Sep No events scheduled.
Fri 28 Sep 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Sat 29 Sep No events scheduled.

Where

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87 Dean Avenue
Guelph, Ontario

Organizer

Cynthia Kinnunen

Royal City Uke Fest is Guelph's ukulele festival, running on September 29, 2018. We'll be celebrating with a full-day filled with workshops, big strums and a concert featuring world-renowned ukulele teaching artists, Sarah Maisel and Craig Chee. We're bringing a little bit of the magic of this instrument of goodness to Guelph. On Friday, September 28th, we're thrilled to offer a free evening strum open to the community to help kick off our festival! Three cheers for music-making!

Event Contact

Cynthia Kinnunen
royalcityukefest[at]gmail[dot]com
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Media Contact

Cynthia Kinnunen
Festival Director
royalcityukefest[at]gmail[dot]com

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This event is in English.
This event is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Youth/Teens, Singing, Performance, Family Friendly, All Ages, music, music making, ukulele

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