Known as "the people's instrument" and "the heart of Hawaii", the ukulele has played an important role in the everyday lives of Hawaiian islanders since its introduction by Portuguese immigrants in the late eighteen hundreds.
Open to newbies and old hands alike, ukulele classes at the Club are tailored for all levels. Classes are conducted from 4:15 to 5:45 pm, during school terms. The 'Musical Director' is Garry Owen.
All welcome! $4.00 per session for club members and $6.00 for non-members.
The uke group's current repertoire appears below, along with a list of the most important chords for the ukulele and some useful links.
Musical arrangements are interpretations of existing songs and are made available for ukulele enthusiasts to play along.