Note to all ukers, we are not holding our usual club meetings for an indeterminate time, due to the current health situation. We’ll be back at Maroochy RSL as soon as it’s safe to do so. Take care of each other, stay safe and keep uking.
In the mean-time we are holding Zoom sessions every second Sunday for our club members. Want to jam with us? Join up or renew your membership. Membership is half price now at only $10. We welcome everyone.
Sunshine Coast Ukulele Masters Inc is now proudly in its 11th year and little did we know when we started in June of 2009 how big and wonderful our club would grow to be with an annual festival to top off the club’s success. Our wings have been seriously clipped with COVID-19, with not being able to meet in person at our club meetings and the cancellation of our annual festival in May. We are thankful to be able to hold Zoom sessions, with many of you joining in on our Sunday sessions. We are using this time to add new songs into our repertoire and thinking of ways we can meet up (in person & using social distancing, of course) to have club meetings again. We will keep you all posted.
Our meeting venue is at the Maroochydore RSL on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month. We are really looking forward to starting up our meetings again at the RSL when it’s safe for all of us.
Memberships are only $10 now. You will be able to join our fortnightly Zoom sessions, free access to all 204 songs in our book on-line and workshops.
Our 7th annual ukulele festival may be held in 2021 at Kenilworth Showgrounds. The dates: 20th to 23rd May (inclusive). We have set the dates for 2021 with the great hope that we will be able to hold our next festival then. The festival will go ahead if it is safe, but we feel strongly that if a vaccination for COVID-19 is not available for all of us well before that date, we will postpone Ukulele Reggae again to 2022.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT
The Mission of Sunshine Coast Ukulele Masters Inc. is to bring people of all ages, race and gender in our community together to learn and play the ukulele, to sing, to have fun, make friends and socialise with and for the love of music. Everyone is welcome to come along and join us.