Some ways you can continue to progress with your playing:
* Review Book 1 and Book 2 -yep! Page by page.
* Scales and thirds exercises.
* Chording – play lots of songs and play with people
* The Ukulele Way - I forgot to mention this last night but … James Hill is initiating a NEW online website with video lessons and accompanying books. The site also includes the ability to make comments, ask questions, have discussions and connect with other player and teachers. The Ukulele Way website is expected to "go public" in mid-June (very soon). Because you have been through the first two books, you will find some that some of the lessons are review for you. However, I think that there are many valuable nuggets to be extracted from these lessons, and they can act as a great review for things we covered in class. The Ukulele Way lessons are designed for individual (not group) learning which means there are some skills that are not covered in the Ukulele In The Classroom series.
Playing Opportunites - details on BUG website www.bellinghamukulelegroup.com
Tuesdays at the Village Green
Make Music Day - Flash Mob 12:00 - Mama don't 'low - key of G, bring only your uke
Roeder Home Song Circle - June 18
Community Players - June 13 and sometime in August
BUG campout - July 25-27
ALSO - if you are interested, consider working toward being a part of the Bellingham Ukulele Orchestra see below