COVID-19 Public Health Order Update 11 October 2021
If you are aged 16 and over, and not fully vaccinated you are unable to enter the library.
This is a requirement of the NSW Government Public Health Order beginning 11th October 2021.
We apologise for any inconvenience and encourage you to contact us via phone or email.
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If you are eligible for a medical exemption, please let us know.
Thank you for your co-operation in keeping our community safe
Learn the ukulele and find out why it’s called the instrument of joy!
The ukulele is the easiest instrument to learn and you don’t need to have any prior musical experience. In this 10-week course, Stephanie will teach you how to hold and tune the ukulele, the basic chords and simple strumming patterns - and within the first lesson you will be rocking out a song.
Anyone who has played in a band or sung in a choir knows the feeling of connection and joy that comes with participating in music. And music has many positive effects on our health and wellbeing - plus it’s a total brain work out. But most of all it’s TONS OF FUN!
The cost is $50 for 10 sessions and $25 for concession card holders, payable at the library front counter before your first session. The classes start on Thursday 7 October 2021 at 10.30 am - 11.30 am and continue for 10 consecutive weeks on Thursday's at the same time until 9 December 2021 at Woolgoolga Library. The price includes the use of a ukulele each week and a take-home songbook. Tickets are limited and can be booked here
In the event of any lockdowns or closures of the library due to COVID-19 public health orders the lessons will be offered through Zoom, which will be the attendee's responsibility to access.
There will be no refunds or credits available.
About your teacher:
Stephanie Sims has taught hundreds of students across the Coffs Coast to play ukulele through Uko Ono and the Sawtell Ukulele Group. Her hands-on style and vigour for joy make her courses accessible, fun and suitable for any level of musical experience. Her mission is to change the world one ukulele strum at a time.
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Source Woolgoolga Library
Type Community Diary
Format Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks