2019 Ukulele Classes

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Ukulele teacher Mele Fong announces the 2019 calendar of 37 open ukulele classes at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

My 2019 schedule has been set for my ‘ukulele classes open to new students at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better. Class dates and descriptions in my online calendar are kept current on my upcoming events webpage. There are a total of 37 classes as follows:

NEW! Ukulele Mele Basics – January 3 – 28 except the 21st (3 classes).
‘Ukulele Strumming 101 – February 4-25 except the 18th (3 classes).
‘Ukulele Strumming 101 – March 4-25 except the 18th (3 classes).
Hawaiian Songs for ‘Ukulele – April 4-29 (4 classes).
Hawaiian Songs for ‘Ukulele – May 6-20 (3 classes).
NEW! Hawaiian Songs for ‘Ukulele – July 6-29 (4 classes).
NEW! Hawaiian Songs for ‘Ukulele – August 5-26 (4 classes).
Hapa Haole Songs for ‘Ukulele – September 9-30 (4 classes).
‘Ukulele Strumming 101 – October 14-28 (3 classes).
‘Ukulele Strumming 101 – November 4-25 except the 11th (3 classes).
Christmas Songs for ‘Ukulele – December 2-16 (3 classes).

Class materials include downloadable single song purchases from my website OR packaged song sets of Book/DVD/CD. Each song lesson includes the song sheet, video lesson, and audio recording. BONUS – video stories behind the songs available with downloadable lesson files only in keeping with Hawaiian oral history traditions whether the song is Hawaiian or not. Students have tools to practice the songs outside of class and then ask questions in class. Some of the songs are also presented in my Sing-Along with Mele Fong series and/or my new Island Stories & Songs series for further reinforcement and fun playing along with other students learning the Ukulele Mele Way.

January 2019 marks my 10th year of teaching ‘ukulele classes at Kaunoa. Visit my webpage dedicated to senior classes for more information including links to past events and photo galleries. The journey continues as I pursue my mission to share the joy of making music, one ‘ukulele player at-a-time.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

2019 Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series

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Ukulele teacher Mele Fong announces the 2019 calendar of 11 classes for the monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong series at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

My 2019 schedule has been set for continuing my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong series from 10 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better. Class dates and descriptions in my online calendar are kept current on my upcoming events webpage. There are a total of 11 classes with themes as follows:

January 10 – Maui Nui Songs
February 21 – Paniolo (Hawaiian Cowboy) Songs
March 14 – Broadway Show Tunes
April 18 – Hula Songs
May 16 – Flower and Lei Songs
June 20 –  Small Kid Time Songs
July 25 – Patriotic Songs
August 15 – Songs of the Hawaiian Islands
September 26 – Rock and Roll Songs
October 25 – International Songs
November 21 – American Classics

In addition, our Annual Ukulele Mele Christmas Party is scheduled for Wednesday, December 18 from 9 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa. The party is open to all ‘ukulele players and singers and is a great event to make new friends and renew the old as we enjoy playing and singing Hawaiian style Christmas songs the Ukulele Mele Way and more.

In class, singers can follow the song’s lyrics and ‘ukulele chords projected onto the large screen at the front of the room (similar to Sing-Along with Mitch Miller) while ‘ukulele players can play along (or not). My husband plays his ukulele-bass to keep the rhythm and fill in the lower tones to the higher pitched ‘ukulele. Both my husband and I have our instruments and voices amplified to lead everyone in singing and playing my unique song arrangements. I also tell the story behind the song in keeping with Hawaiian oral history traditions whether the song is Hawaiian or not. After class, for those who pre-ordered lunch it is a nice time to eat and visit together.

Outside of class, students can listen to and play along with my song arrangements. My husband and I have produced over 100 audio recordings on vocals, ‘ukulele, and u-bass and made them accessible on my website’s Fan Club for free. The songs are listed alphabetically within 4 categories – Hawaiian, hapa haole, pop, and Christmas songs. Each song shows the title, key, number of chords, strum, and the length of the audio recording. Many of the songs presented in my Sing-Along with Mele Fong series are also taught to my ‘ukulele students in different classes.

January 2019 marks my 10th year of teaching ‘ukulele classes at Kaunoa. Visit my webpage dedicated to senior classes for more information including links to past events and photo galleries. The journey continues as I pursue my mission to share the joy of making music, one ‘ukulele player at-a-time.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

2019 Advanced Ukulele Classes

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Ukulele Mele announces the 2019 calendar for 21 continuing Advanced Ukulele classes at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui. Photo taken January 2018.

My 2019 schedule has been set for continuing Advanced ‘Ukulele classes on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays from 9 – 11 a.m. at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better. Class dates and descriptions in my online calendar are kept current on my upcoming events webpage. There are a total of 21 classes as follows:

January 9 and 23
February 13 and 27
March 13 and 27
April 10 and 24
May 8 and 22
June 12 (Kaunoa on recess June 26)
July 10 and 24
August 14 and 28
September 11 and 25
October 23 (Kaunoa on recess Oct 9)
November 13 and 27
December 11

In addition, our Annual Ukulele Mele Christmas Party is scheduled for Wednesday, December 18 from 9 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa. The party is open to all ‘ukulele players and singers and is a great event to make new friends and renew the old as we enjoy playing and singing Hawaiian style Christmas songs the Ukulele Mele Way and more.

During the year we will learn a new curriculum of songs in class every quarter including some songs that are also played during my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong series. I will continue to email students my song arrangements with unique ‘ukulele strums and teach how to form ‘ukulele chord shapes with minimal muscle strain taught by no one else. In class we’ll have fun singing and playing music together.

Outside of class, students can listen to and play along with my song arrangements. My husband and I have produced over 100 audio recordings on vocals, ‘ukulele, and u-bass and made them accessible on my website’s Fan Club for free. The songs are listed alphabetically within 4 categories – Hawaiian, hapa haole, pop, and Christmas songs. Each song shows the title, key, number of chords, strum, and the length of the audio recording.

January 2019 marks my 10th year of teaching ‘ukulele classes at Kaunoa. Visit my webpage dedicated to senior classes for more information including links to past events and photo galleries. The journey continues as I pursue my mission to share the joy of making music, one ‘ukulele player at-a-time.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

2019 Ukulele Strumming Classes

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Ukulele Mele announces the 2019 calendar for 19 continuing Ukulele Strumming 202 classes at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui. Photo taken January 2018.

My 2019 schedule has been set for continuing ‘Ukulele Strumming 202 classes on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays from 9 – 11 a.m. at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better. Class dates and descriptions in my online calendar are kept current on my upcoming events webpage. There are a total of 19 classes as follows:

January 16 (Kaunoa on recess Jan 2)
February 6 and 20
March 6 (Kaunoa on recess March 20)
April 17 (Mele out of town on April 3)
May 1 and 15
June 5 and 19
July 17 (Kaunoa on recess July 3)
August 7 and 21
September 4 and 18
October 2 and 16
November 6 and 20
December 4

In addition, our Annual Ukulele Mele Christmas Party is scheduled for Wednesday, December 18 from 9 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa. The party is open to all ‘ukulele players and singers and is a great event to make new friends and renew the old as we enjoy playing and singing Hawaiian style Christmas songs the Ukulele Mele Way and more.

During the year we will learn a new curriculum of songs in class every quarter including some songs that are also played during my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong series. I will continue to email students my song arrangements with unique ‘ukulele strums and teach how to form ‘ukulele chord shapes with minimal muscle strain taught by no one else. In class we’ll have fun singing and playing music together.

Outside of class, students can listen to and play along with my song arrangements. My husband and I have produced over 100 audio recordings on vocals, ‘ukulele, and u-bass and made them accessible on my website’s Fan Club for free. The songs are listed alphabetically within 4 categories – Hawaiian, hapa haole, pop, and Christmas songs. Each song shows the title, key, number of chords, strum, and the length of the audio recording.

January 2019 marks my 10th year of teaching ‘ukulele classes at Kaunoa. Visit my webpage dedicated to senior classes for more information including links to past events and photo galleries. The journey continues as I pursue my mission to share the joy of making music, one ‘ukulele player at-a-time.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

Review Ukulele Pop Songs

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Twenty three people signed up for the Sing-Along with Mele Fong – Pop Songs program on September 6 on Maui.

“You are the highlight of my month,” commented a participant after the program.

Twenty three people signed up for my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Pop Songs of the 50s & 60s on Thursday, September 6, 2018 at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

During the new “Hawaiian history moment of the month” I talked about Queen Lili’uokalani’s birthday on September 2, 1838. She was the last queen of the Hawaiian kingdom and died on November 11, 1917 at age 79. During her lifetime she composed Aloha ‘Oe which became her most famous composition. In 1999, Hui Hanai published “The Queen’s Songbook” as a compilation of her songs.

The “Sing-Along with Mitch Miller” format of projecting the song lyrics and ‘ukulele chords on a screen at the front of the room, and having my husband provide the u-bass line to fill in the lower tones to the higher pitched ‘ukulele worked great! New this time we plugged in our wireless instrument inputs into the Center’s PA system so that I could play my ‘ukulele without being connected to cables. Plus, my husband plugged in our wireless headset so he could be heard as he sang-along in harmony. We continued the routine of telling the story behind each song and playing each song twice to reinforce what we learned.

We sang all ten planned songs during the 65-minute program. Here is the song list with the names of my unique ‘ukulele strums:

  1. All I Have To Do is Dream – Morse Code Strum.
  2. My Girl – Latin Strum.
  3. Be My Baby – Boom Shaka I Wanna Strum.
  4. Can’t Help Falling In Love With You – Morse Code Variation Strum.
  5. Today – Waltz Strum and Pick in 6 Strum.
  6. If I Had a Hammer – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  7. Silhouette – I Wanna Rest Strum.
  8. Under the Palm Tree – Latin Strum.
  9. Lion Sleeps Tonight – I Wanna Rest Strum.
  10. Hawaii Aloha – Morse Code Strum.

HERE’S HOW UKULELE PLAYERS CAN LEARN THE ABOVE SONGS FROM WHEREVER YOU LIVE:

LISTEN TO THE RECORDINGS IN THE FREE ONLINE FAN CLUB and then schedule private webcam lessons or private lessons on Maui to get the song sheets and lesson on how to play it.

  1. From the Pop Songs Category – all but Under the Palm Tree and Hawaii Aloha.
  2. See all categories of songs with over 100+ audio recordings that you can sing and play along with professional entertainers on voice, ukulele, and ukulele-bass.

DOWNLOAD A SINGLE SONG PURCHASE to your digital device. Get the song sheets, video lesson, audio recording, and video story behind the song for only the song you select.

  1. Hawaii Aloha
  2. See all Single Song Purchases

Stay tuned for the next Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Hawaiian Party Songs on Thursday, October 25.

Visit my webpage about classes at Kaunoa and see photos from past classes for more information.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

Pop Songs For Ukulele

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Ukulele teacher Mele Fong presents Pop Songs of the 50s and 60s as part of the Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on September 6 on Maui. Ukulele players invited.

Singers and/or ‘ukulele players will sing pop songs of the 50s and 60s as part of the Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on Thursday, September 6 from 10 a.m. – noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

My sing-along program is one of a monthly series that evokes the feeling of sing-along with Mitch Miller programs as the lyrics and ‘ukulele chords are projected on the large screen in the front of room for everyone to follow. ‘Ukulele players are invited to bring instruments to play along as I lead everyone by singing and playing my ‘ukulele while my husband accompanies us on ‘ukulele-bass. Don’t worry if you don’t know the ‘ukulele chords or the unique strumming pattern for the songs. The focus is on singing the songs, finding out the stories behind them, and enjoying the group experience.

Why are people returning? “It’s fun!” is what participants have told me.

Lunch is optional and recommended as a good time to meet people who enjoy learning the Ukulele Mele Way. Kaunoa Senior Center is located in Spreckelsville, Maui.

SIGN UP NOW by calling 808-270-7308.

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Whether you are a beginnerintermediate, or advanced ‘ukulele player, you can have fun learning to play the Ukulele Mele Way from wherever you live!

Aloha, Mele Fong, aka Ukulele Mele

Review Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders

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Mele Fong presented Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders on August 29 on Maui. Five Hawaiian royalty and their legacies for health, education, and welfare were presented plus 5 related songs.

“My friend really wanted to come to your program, but couldn’t get in,” commented one student. “I was on the waiting list and lucky to get in,” said another student. When I asked for feedback after the program, there was an enthusiastic response that I should continue the series next year. “Where else will be learn our Hawaiian history?” asked a student.

Fifteen people signed up for Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders, the third program in my new Hawaiian History and Song Series for 2018 on Wednesday, August 29 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better. The program was two-fold: part lecture and part sing-along. In Part One we learned about 5 Hawaiian ali’i (royalty): (Queen Emma, Bernice Pauahi Bishop, King William Lunalilo, Queen Kapiolani, and Queen Lili’uokalani) and what they left behind that we benefit from today. In Part Two we sang 5 Hawaiian songs composed by or appropriate to remember the ali’i.

Here is the list of 5 songs with my unique ‘ukulele strums that we played:

  1. Aloha ‘Oe – Morse Code Strum.
  2. Hawaii Aloha – Morse Code Strum.
  3. Hawaiian Lullaby – Pick in 4 / Latin Strums.
  4. King Kamehameha the Conqueror of the Islands – I Wanna Rest / 4And Strums.
  5. Wahine Holo Lio – Pick in 4 / I Wanna Rest Strums.

HERE’S HOW TO LEARN THE ABOVE SONGS FROM WHEREVER YOU LIVE:

DOWNLOAD A SINGLE SONG PURCHASE to your digital device. Get the song sheets, video lesson, audio recording, and video story behind the song bundled for one low price.

PURCHASE A PACKAGED SONG SET OF BOOK/DVD/CD. Get the song sheets, video lesson, and audio recording for 6 songs with 8 unique strumming styles to learn off-line.

  1. Nostalgic Hawaiian Songs, Vol. 1 – Aloha ‘Oe plus 5 other songs for intermediate ‘ukulele players.
  2. Nostalgic Hawaiian Songs, Vol. 2 – Hawaii Aloha, plus 5 other songs for intermediate ‘ukulele players.

LISTEN TO THE RECORDINGS IN THE FREE ONLINE FAN CLUB and then schedule private webcam lessons or private lessons on Maui to get the song sheets and lesson on how to play it.

  1. From the Hapa Haole Songs Category – Hawaiian Lullaby and King Kamehameha.
  2. From the Hawaiian Songs Category – Wahine Holo Lio.
  3. See all categories of songs with over 100+ audio recordings that you can sing and play along with professional entertainers on voice, ukulele, and ukulele-bass.

The Hawaiian History and Song series continues on the 5th Wednesdays of the month. The next program is October 31 and is titled The Merrie Monarch.

Visit my webpage about oral historyclasses at Kaunoa and see photos from past Hawaiian history programs for more information.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

Broadway Show Tunes For Ukulele

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Mele Fong teaches “Broadway Show Tunes” as part of the Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on Maui.

BROADWAY SHOW TUNES is one of the new themes for my Sing-Along with Mele Fong series next year at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

We spent Wednesday-Sunday, August 22-26, selecting, arranging, and audio recording eleven songs to teach next year. Since we were sequestered indoors (all classes cancelled) because of Hurricane Lane that was expected to hit the Hawaiian Islands as a category 5 hurricane, we decided to do what we enjoy most – sing and play music on our ukulele and u-bass. Luckily we did not have any damage to our property on Maui – just a lot of rain.

Here is the list of Broadway Show tunes (audio recordings to be uploaded soon):

  1. Do-Re-Mi – G – 9 chords – Latin Strum.
  2. Getting To Know You – E – 4 chords – I Wanna Rest Strum.
  3. Give My Regards to Broadway – C-8 chords – Bossa Nova Strum.
  4. I Could Have Danced All Night – F- 13 chords – Latin Strum.
  5. I Whistle A Happy Tune – F – 6 chords – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  6. Moon River – F – 13 chords – 2 Waltz Strums.
  7. My Blue Heaven – F-10 chords – I Wanna Rest/4 And Strums.
  8. Oh What A Beautiful Morning – F – 9 chords – 2 Waltz Strums.
  9. Singing in the Rain – C – 2 chords – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  10. Sound of Music – C – 12 chords – Pick in 4 Strum.
  11. The Surrey With The Fringe On Top – F-12 chords – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.

You can learn to play the songs with private webcam lessons from wherever you live. I will email you my song arrangement with unique strum for ‘ukulele and you can listen to the audio recording to play along with it through my website Fan Club. In fact, there are over 100 audio recordings of my song arrangements to choose from categories of Hawaiian, hapa haole, pop, and Christmas songs – FREE!.

VISIT THE FAN CLUB.

SCHEDULE PRIVATE WEBCAM LESSONS.

Are UKE having fun yet? Watch. Listen. Play. The Ukulele Mele Way Today! No one else teaches my method of forming ‘ukulele chords with minimal muscle strain and strumming styles.

CHECK OUT THE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES available for beginner, intermediate, and advanced ‘ukulele players.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

Ukulele Songs of the Hawaiian Islands Review

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Ukulele teacher Mele Fong taught “Island Songs” for the monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong series on August 16.

“I changed my doctor’s appointment so I could come to class,” commented a participant after the program.

Twenty two people signed up for my monthly Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Island Songs on Thursday, August 16, 2018 at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui.

During the new “Hawaiian history moment of the month” I talked about statehood. On August 21, 1959, U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed a proclamation welcoming Hawaii as the 50th state of the union and ordered a new American flag featuring 50 stars. The new flag became official on July 4, 1960. Since 1969, Hawaii has commemorated this anniversary with a state holiday on the third Friday in August which this year fell on August 17th. Read more by clicking here.

The “Sing-Along with Mitch Miller” format of projecting the song lyrics and ‘ukulele chords on a screen at the front of the room, and having my husband provide the u-bass line to fill in the lower tones to the higher pitched ‘ukulele worked great! We continued the routine of learning how to pronounce any Hawaiian words in the songs, the story behind each song whether it was Hawaiian or not, and playing each song twice to reinforce what we learned.

We sang all ten planned Hawaiian and hapa haole songs during the 75-minute program. Here is the song list with the names of my unique ‘ukulele strums:

  1. State anthem: Hawaii Ponoi – Waltz Variation Strum.
  2. King Kamehameha – I Wanna Rest/4 And Strums.
  3. Island Medley – Hum Ding-Ah/I Wanna Rest Strums.
  4. Big Island: Beauty of Mauna Kea – Latin Strum.
  5. Oahu: Honolulu I’m Coming Back Again – I Wanna Rest Strum.
  6. Oahu: Beyond the Rainbow (Waipio) – Pick in 4/Bossa Nova Strums.
  7. Kauai: Hele On To Kauai – Hum Ding-Ah Strum.
  8. Kauai: Hanalei Moon – I Wanna Rest Strum.
  9. What Aloha Means – 2 Waltz Strums.
  10. Hawaii Aloha – Morse Code Strum.

HERE’S HOW UKULELE PLAYERS CAN LEARN THE ABOVE SONGS FROM WHEREVER YOU LIVE:

LISTEN TO THE RECORDINGS IN THE FREE ONLINE FAN CLUB and then schedule private lessons on Maui or via webcam to get the song sheets and lesson on how to play it.

  1. From the Hapa Haole Songs Category – Hanalei Moon, Island Medley, and King Kamehameha.
  2. See all categories of songs with over 100+ audio recordings that you can sing and play along with professional entertainers on voice, ukulele, and ukulele-bass.

DOWNLOAD A SINGLE SONG PURCHASE to your digital device. Get the song sheets, video lesson, audio recording, and video story behind the song for only the song you select.

  1. Hawaii Aloha
  2. Honolulu I’m Coming Back Again
  3. See all Single Song Purchases

SUBSCRIBE TO ONLINE LESSONS. Get the song sheets, video lesson, audio recording, and video story behind the song for 16 songs with unique strumming styles for beginners to intermediate ukulele players. Select the One Month Trial or the Recurring Monthly Package.

  1. Advanced Online Lessons aka Complete Monthly Online Lessons – Hawaii Aloha, Honolulu I’m Coming Back Again, and 48 other songs.

PURCHASE A PACKAGED SONG SET OF BOOK/DVD/CD. Get the song sheets, video lesson, and audio recording for 6 songs with 8 unique strumming styles for beginners to advanced ukulele players.

  1. Nostalgic Hawaiian Songs Vol. 2 – Hawaii Aloha plus 5 other songs for intermediate ‘ukulele players.
  2. See all packaged song sets

Stay tuned for the next Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series – Pop Hits of the 50s and 60s on Thursday, September 6.

Visit my webpage about classes at Kaunoa and see photos from past classes for more information.

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele

Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders

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Mele Fong presents Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders on August 29 on Maui. Five Hawaiian royalty and their legacies for health, education, and welfare will be presented.

Legacies of Hawaiian Leaders is the title of my program on Wednesday, August 29 from 10 a.m. – 12 noon at Kaunoa Senior Center for adults 55 and better on Maui. We will learn about Hawai’i’s royalty whose legacy included Queen’s Hospital, Kamehameha Schools, Lunalilo Home, Kapi’olani Children’s Hospital, and Lili’uokalani Trust. Plus we will sing some songs related to the time period and learn the stories behind the songs in keeping with Hawaiian oral history traditions.

Participants can follow the song’s lyrics and ‘ukulele chords projected onto the large screen at the front of the room (similar to Sing-Along with Mitch Miller). All ‘ukulele players are invited to bring instruments to play along as I lead everyone by singing and playing my ‘ukulele while my husband accompanies us on ‘ukulele-bass.

Similar to the new additions in my Sing-Along with Mele Fong series, there is a slide before each song that shows the unique strum graphic (how we play the rhythm) and the chord shapes with corresponding finger numbers for playing the ukulele. Don’t worry if you don’t know the ‘ukulele chords or the unique strumming pattern for the songs. The focus is on learning Hawaiian history, singing the songs, finding out the stories behind them, and enjoying the group experience.

Lunch is optional and a good time to sit around and talk story with like minded people who enjoy Hawaiian history, singing, and playing the ukulele.

SIGN UP NOW by calling 808-270-7308.

This program is the third of the new Hawaiian History and Song series for 2018 on the 5th Wednesdays of the month. The next program is titled The Merrie Monarch scheduled for October 31.

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KEEP HAWAIIAN MUSIC ALIVE from wherever you live! Click here.

  1. Download Single Song lessons to your digital device
  2. Purchase Packaged Song Sets of book/DVD/CD for Nostalgic Hawaiian songs
  3. Schedule Private Webcam Lessons for feedback
  4. Subscribe to Complete Monthly Online Lessons and learn many Hawaiian songs
  5. Listen to free audio recordings of Hawaiian songs and then schedule lessons to learn how to play them

Whether you are a beginnerintermediate, or advanced ‘ukulele  player, you can have fun learning to play the Ukulele Mele Way from wherever you live!

Aloha, Mele Fong, aka Ukulele Mele