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Sawtell Ukulele Group


Term Two 2017 | Starts back Monday 24 April

Annual Joining Fee: $20 (includes songbook)

If you’ve never played an instrument before of are relatively new to the ukulele then this is the group for you!  Come with an open mind and a sense of humour and within no time you will experience the joy and connection that comes through playing music together.  SUG offers a range of options for getting your joy on with the ukulele:


Mondays: 4.30-5.30pm: Sawtell Ukulele Group
One hour of power as we rock out our favourite ukulele songs lovingly curated by Stephanie Ney – not your average ukulele group!
$10 for SUG members; $15 for rest


Wednesdays: 4.30-5.30pm: Beginners Group
Absolutely no experience necessary, you will learn the basics of playing the ukulele from basic chords and strumming patterns to playing a setlist of simple yet very cool songs.
$10 for SUG members; $15 for rest 


Saturday Jam: 2.30-5.00pm:
3rd Saturday of the month
Come along and enjoy over two hours of jamming using The Ukulele Club Songbook (own book required). This is an informal group that meet once a month to rock out some songs (no teaching involved).
NEW VENUE: 63 First Avenue, Sawtell: Starting May
$10 for SUG members; $15 for rest 


Please note: 50% discount applies to all sessions for children, seniors and concession card holders


Pay upfront for savings!
Monday packages:
Uke Group x 10 weeks @ $8 = $80

Wednesday Absolute Beginners Group
10 weeks @ $8 = $80


Sawtell Ukulele Group meets at the CWA Hall, Elizabeth Street, Sawtell. (See Map)

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Your teacher…

Stephanie has been working in the Arts for the past twenty years as an administrator, presenter, project officer and fundraiser. Returning to her childhood passion for music, Stephanie started Uko Ono as a way to share the magic of music through the ukulele, otherwise known as the Instrument of Joy.


Today she leads community ukulele choirs and presents a variety of ukulele workshops.  Her hands-on style and vigour for joy make her workshops accessible, fun and suitable for any level of musical experience.