March 14, 2024 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
An event every month that begins at 6:00 pm on day Second of the month, repeating indefinitely
A ukulele open music session is held from 6:00-7:00 pm in the Library Rogow Community Room every 2nd Thursday. This inter-generational program is open to all ages. The recommended minimum age is 7, though we require that anyone under the age of 12 be accompanied by an adult.
Dates & Themes
Monthly themes/songs are chosen by staff with song print-outs available in advance at the Library:
January 12, 2023: Stage & Screen
February 9, 2023: Love Songs
March 9, 2023: The ’60s
April 13, 2023: Traditional/Folk
May 11, 2023: The ’70s
June 8, 2023: Beach
July 13, 2023: The ’80s
August 10, 2023: Country/Americana
September 14, 2023: The ’90s & ’00s
October 19, 2023: The Beatles (*3rd Thursday due to FOL Booksale*)
November 9, 2023: 2010’s & Beyond
December 14, 2023: Holiday
Ukuleles to Borrow
Bring your own, or borrow one of our ukuleles available for public use in the library. Each ukulele has an electronic tuner and instructional book. Library ukes include soprano, pineapple, concert, and tenor sizes. All ukuleles are in the same standard tuning, but have different tones based on size. Anyone is welcome to borrow any size, though those with petite hands may find the soprano and pineapple sizes more comfortable and those with larger hands may find the concert and tenor sizes more comfortable. For ukulele loans or more details about ukuleles, such as to see photos or learn about specifications, stop by the library and ask a staff member.
The hour-long music session is structured according to a theme, with songs pre-selected by staff members. Songs are selected based on copyright availability, as well as their popularity and appropriateness for the inter-generational public library setting. Themes and dates are listed above, and the next month’s song packet will be available at each session. Songs will also be projected on a screen during the session for ease of viewing. We are unable to distribute the songs electronically due to copyright restrictions.
Contact Laura Sperry in Local History or Heather Reedy in Circulation for more information, questions, or details about the Ukulele Circle.