Learn to play a ukulele

By Becky Hedin
Acousti-Cats Director

Is your only music experience singing in the shower?  Have you always wanted to play an instrument?  You may now expand your musical horizons. On four Mondays, starting September 11, Becky Hedin will teach “Introduction to the Ukulele” in the Town Center Classroom from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Why play a ukulele? It is a light weight, easily portable instrument that can be very inexpensive.  All genres of music, from hip-hop to classical, can be played on the uke. Most importantly, folks SMILE when they hear a uke.

It really is never too late to start either. The oldest member of the Acousti-Cats, Dottie Mackin, started playing when she was 91 and continues as an active group member after celebrating her 100th birthday last March.

For information about the free classes and to register, contact Becky Hedin in HS T19.


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