offers two types of events:
Learning + Entertainment programs
combine fun with education for kids, adults or both.
• OR •
Entertainment-only programs provide the health benefits of music, laughter & community
Listen, Learn & Play
Health and Happiness through Music
See, hear (and sing along to) familiar songs performed;
learn how music affects us physically, mentally, emotionally; then play instruments (hand percussion & ukuleles) to experience the benefits of making music.
details: Listen, Learn, Play
Songs of Our Natural World
Enjoy the beauty of nature & music –
and discover the connections among
music, nature, and our own human nature –
with songs from genres
including folk, children's, pop, country,
shows, rock, Beatles, rhythm 'n' blues & more.
see the Nature's Music page
Happy Songs are Here Again
100% Smile-Making Songs
No Sad Songs Allowed! Enjoy – and sing along to –
a variety of tunes to help make your day
or evening (& life?) a happier one.
more info at Happy Songs
Make Music & Have Fun
> Flex-Time <
(come-and-go over 2+ hours)
try out instruments – 12 ukuleles, 3 keyboards,
8 different percussion instruments (frame drums, darbukas, djembes, tambourines, maracas & more)
learn about music concepts & terms
learn to write a song
play & sing amplified, with a microphone & speaker
see the Musical Playground page
Learn to Play Ukuleles
Learn to fret and strum chords,
then sing along to familiar songs --
bring your own uke, or borrow one for the workshop.
Includes Song Sheets and Ukulele Info handouts
to useand take with you.
more info at Ukulele Workshop
The Ukulele Show
Entertainment (+ Learning, too)
Watch, listen and learn as Dave:
sings (and plays, on various ukuleles) pop,
rock 'n' roll, country, folk, kids, world & other songs.
teaches ukulele origins, history, ukulele types
and playing techniques
discover more: The Ukulele Show
Learn + Play
> Flex-Time <
(come-and-go over 2+ hours) <
Come-and-stay any time during a
2+-hour time period –
trying out different ukuleles,
learning to play,
playing from song sheets,
and singing & playing
(even through a sound system)
with Dave and other ukesters.