Build Your Own Ukulele!

This workshop is sold out. If you are interested in participating in a future ukulele building workshop, please contact the Uke On Ukulele Club.

The Uke On Ukulele Club is hosting this workshop  to make and customize your own ukulele. You will be working with the easy to build Grizzly Ukulele Kit. This workshop runs for three days; 6pm to 9pm Wednesday February 4 and Wednesday February 11, and 9am to 1pm Saturday February 14.

Kits and basic materials are provided, but participants are encouraged to get creative and bring additional decorative materials.

This workshop will be facilitated by the Uke On Ukulele Club.

For more info contact Ian at 334-7428 or email ukeonukuleleclub@gmail.com

Build Your Own Ukulele! (POSTPONED)

Unfortunately the supplies did not arrive in time! We have to postpone this workshop. All registrants have been emailed with details. 

We’re sorry, this workshop is already FULL!

The Uke On Ukulele Club is hosting on a workshop where you can make and customize a ukulele using the easy to build Grizzly ukulele kit. The workshop will be held at YuKonstruct on the evenings of October 22 and 29, from 6 to 9 PM, and November 1st from 11 to 5 PM.

Kits and all basic materials will be provided, but participants are encouraged to use their imaginations and bring in whatever decorative materials they wish to build their own wild creations.

Cost for the workshop is $100. Registration deadline is September 30th October 4th

The workshop will be facilitated by the leaders of the club.  http://ukeonukuleleclub.weebly.com/
For more info and to register, contact Ian at 334-7428 or email ukeonukuleleclub@gmail.com.
Max Registration: 10 Participants

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  2180, 2nd Avenue, Whitehorse
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