BYOU: Bring Your Own Ukulele-Tips and Tricks on How to Get Started Featuring Ukulele Storytime’s Rose Oyamot
May 31 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Learn ukulele basics and gain confidence playing ukulele with Minneapolis-based YouTube sensation singer/songwriter Rose Oyamot! This free workshop will include: tuning your instrument, holding position, beginner strum patterns, and an introduction to the “three magic chords” which can be used on a multitude of songs. After the workshop, Rose will be available to answer questions. The class is geared towards participants ages 8 and up.
The interactive workshop will be offered through the North Olympic Library’s Facebook and YouTube channel. Although ukuleles will not be provided for the event, the library does have a limited number ukuleles and other instruments available for checkout; place a hold at www.nols.org/nols-gear.
Offered at no cost to participants. Cosponsored by the North Olympic Library System and the Juan de Fuca Foundation for the Arts. Financial support for this program comes from the Juan de Fuca Foundation and local Friends of the Library groups.
About Rose Oyamot
Rose Oyamot is a longtime singer/songwriter and musician from Las Vegas, NV who is thrilled to combine her musical background with her career as a Children’s Library Specialist in Minnesota. Rose has had the joy of connecting with libraries, educators, children and families worldwide with her music program, Ukulele Storytime, both in person and virtually. Ukulele Storytime started as a one-stop site on YouTube to learn songs on ukulele for Children’s Storytimes.
BYOU: Bring Your Own Ukulele
Tips and Tricks on How to Get Started Featuring Ukulele Storytime’s Rose Oyamot