Ukulele Classes for 2017

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2017 schedule of Kaunoa Senior Center classes is set

Are you 55 years-old or better and live on Maui? Then you are age eligible for one of the 95 classes that I will be teaching in 2017 at Kaunoa Senior Center. Visit my new webpage linked from Maui Lessons/Senior Classes for a listing of classes that I have taught through the years at Kaunoa and then get details on my google calendar on my upcoming events webpage. In addition to my continuing Advanced Ukulele and Ukulele Strumming 202 classes, the following are my open classes as scheduled:

Sing-Along with Mele Fong Series:

  1. Maui Songs (January 19)
  2. Oahu Songs (February 16)
  3. Big Island Songs (March 2)
  4. Kauai Songs (April 6)
  5. Flowers and Lei Songs (May 4)
  6. Small Kid Time Songs (June 22)
  7. Patriotic Songs (July 20)
  8. Great American Songs (August 17)
  9. Hawaiian Island Songs (September 7)
  10. Queen Lili’uokalani’s Songs (October 5)

Hawaiian History and Sing-Along:
– Na Lani Eha: The Four Royals (November 2)

Classes that include 30-day subscription to Online Lessons:
– Ukulele Mele Basics includes Beginner Online Lessons (January 9-30; and June 5-19).
– Ukulele Mele Beyond the Basiccs includes Intermediate Online Lessons (July 10-31).

Classes that use my packaged song sets of book/DVD/CD of 6 songs with 8 strumming styles:
– Ukulele Strumming 101 uses Sing-Along Songs Vol 1 (February 6 – March 13)
– Ukulele Strumming 101 uses Sing-Along Songs Vol 2 (April 3 -24, and May 1-22).
– Hawaiian Songs 1 uses Nostalgic Hawaiian Songs Vol 1 (August 7-28).
– Hawaiian Songs 2 uses Nostalgic Hawaiian Songs Vol 2 (September 11-Oct 2).
– Hapa Haole Songs uses Hapa Haole Songs Vol 1 packaged set (Oct 16 – Nov 13).
– Christmas Songs  uses Mele Kalikimaka Vol 1 (Nov 20 – Dec 18).

Maui Ukulele Pops Band show for 10th Annual Maui Ukulele Guild Exhibition (November 11).

Ukulele Mele Christmas Party (December 20).

These classes are in addition to the private lessons and workshops that I offer to the general public at the Bailey House Museum in Wailuku. Enjoy!

Aloha, Mele Fong aka Ukulele Mele