Ukulele clubs are a great place to meet, jam and learn from fellow ukulele enthusiasts and players. beginner are always welcome.
Baywood Ukulele Social Club
Baywood Park, California
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The Berkeley Ukulele Club is an active community of ukulele players, musicians and singers from all over the San Francisco Bay area.
We have our big meetups on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month in Berkeley, California and smaller neighborhood jams throughout the San Francisco Bay Area in between. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned player, please join us twice a month to share songs, techniques and music and uke talk. There are no dues or membership. Just show up and have fun. Everyone is welcome. We love to play!
( from listing's site ) - We strum every third Sunday from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM at the Michael Vargas Conservatory of Music at the Packing House in Claremont. We also perform sporadically throughout the year!
( from listing's site ) - E Kanikapila Kākou! means Let's Play Music! We meet every Sunday from 5pm to 8pm in Dana Point, CA. We are a group of friends from Hawaiʻi who are committed to sharing our passion for the Hawaiian culture with the community through fellowship and encouragement. Bring your ‘ukulele and strum along with us. No ‘ukulele, no problem, come sing and talk story. All levels welcome. For more info call (949) 829-2675
( from club's site ) - Funstrummers meet every Friday morning and play for three hours beginning with a class and ending with a free choice play along. There is also a similar program for all skill levels on Monday evenings.
( from club's site ) - We have already played a number of private parties, as well as publicly at the Painted Turtle camp and the Mt. Carmel Music Festival. We play for any price . . . including free. If you are interested booking us please send us an e-mail.
(from club's site) - Eccletic Ukulele club that meets in the Valley every other Thursday night, from 7:30-9:30pm at the Church of The Chimes in Sherman Oaks. churchofthechimes.org For more details, email: Darren: firstname.lastname@example.org
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KOLOHE 'UKULELE CLUB was formed in 2000 & meets for practice at “ISLAND BAZAAR” in Surf City U.S.A. on the 2nd, 3rd, & 4th TuesNite of the month @ 7:pm. Under our Kumu UNCLE HENRY KAMAE, we play Hawaiian & Hapa Haole music and invites ALL levels of `UKULELE PLAYERS to jam with us Island Style. KOLOHE has performed at the Southern California Ukulele Festival, the Tiki Beach Fest in Belmont Shore, the Asian & Pacific Islander Councle Banquets, the San Dimas Ho'Olaule'a, Aloha-Cruz Island Beach Shows, for many'a Lu`au, Halau performances, festivals, & other functions. For more info go to www.koloheukuleleclub.org or call Shirley @ "ISLAND BAZAAR", 714+843-9350
( from club's site ) - We take all comers and soon have them strumming and crooning everything from "Aloha Oe" to "Yo Ho! Yo Ho! A Pirates Life for Me!" We usually meet the last Sunday of the month at various locations throughout the Napa Valley to drink wine, eat pupus, strum, and sing (in that order). We love newcomers and are the home of the Wine Country 'Ukulele Festival. Please join us!
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The purpose of the Pluckin’ Strummers is to have fun, share our love of music and grow our skills. We wish to create a welcome place for beginners and form a ukulele club that is home to players of all skill levels.
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( from club's site ) - 35 members meet every Thursday from 3:30 to 5, and perform at least once a week at convalescent homes, retirement communities, hospitals, schools, fairs, festivals and fund-raisers for non-profits. Led by Dan SWcanlan, aka, Cool Hand Uke, since 2000. We have performed at the Northern California Uke Fest in Santa Cruz, the New York Ukulele Festival and the 38th Annual International Ukulele Festival in Honolulu. All ages are welcome and newcomers to the ukulele are treated to Scanlan's famous first uke lesson.
(from club's site) - Ukulele Society of America, led by Alakai Pat "Palika" Enos, USA meets in a beautiful venue at the Ocean House Restaurant in Carlsbad, CA every Thursday from 6:30 - 9:00 PM. All ages and abilities are welcome.
Location: Meeting location is Paradise, California (but we draw people from throughout Butte County and the surrounding region). A map to the meeting location is linked on group's website.
Time/date: Second Thursday of each month. Free beginner's lesson at 6:30 pm; regular meeting starts at 7 pm
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