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Big Island Ukulele Guild
Contact: Bob Gleason at email@example.com
2013 Annual Exhibition - The UGH will hold its exhibition, which includes playing, vendor tables, instruments on display by crafters and local companies, seminar sessions regarding building, playing and listening, and a silent auction to raise funds for the "Ukes for Keiki" program.
History of Organization
UGH began as a group of ‘ukulele builders sharing a common interest and desire to exchange information, techniques and experiences in the early 1990’s.
The Ukulele Hall of Fame Museum was founded in 1996 in Duxbury, Massachusetts.
The Museum is a non-profit organization with federal 501 (c) non-profit status. Our Mission is to document, preserve and promote the history of the ukulele, its players and makers as well as to inspire and engage people everywhere in the perpetuation of the ukulele and ukulele music through performances and exhibits. The Museum is currently in search of an appropriate public site to house the collection of books, tapes, records, CDs, photographs, and uke ephemera. We welcome your input and gratefully acknowledge your support through member dues, donations, and purchases from the Hall of Fame Museum Shop.
Content is always being added and updated. So check-in often. Thanks, Curt
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