Silver Strummers- Ukulele Group

Silver Strummers

About Us

This group has gown considerably, and we welcome new participants.

The Strummers meet at the Evergreen in Room 3
EVERY Friday as follows:
 Time:   12 noon to 1 PM – Beginners/Refresher
             1 PM   to 2 PM – Continuing/Experienced


If you are interested in joining, please contact

Eva Quan at 519-820-1032

The GWSA Silver Strummers Ukulele Group was recently formed and approved as an Activity Group in 2020. It offers a chance to learn to play the ukulele and participate with others. 

The ukulele is a four-stringed instrument that comes in four sizes: soprano, concert, tenor and baritone. Although the ukulele originated in Portugal, it is often associated with Hawaiian music. It has also been widely used in music education in Canada.

The Silver Strummers are under the able instruction of Carolyn McLeod McCarthy. She is one of Guelph’s creative artists, a local musician and co-owner of The Creative Spark Workshops.

This is a great way to learn something new or enhance your existing skills while enjoying some social time together. The group is currently meeting via Zoom.

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