from the Corktown Ukulele Jam web site
We are a diverse community energized by a common love for music. We are obsessively committed to setting the bar for people of all ages, backgrounds, style interests and abilities to experience making music as a collective. Show up any Wednesday at 8:00pm for a sense of how we roll and what it is that packs our house week after week. We strive to keep it “mostly free and always reasonable”. Steve McNie is the force behind the Corktown Ukulele Jam at the core of Toronto’s thriving uke scene. His insightful teaching has inspired hundreds to play better and progress faster. His purposeful mix of awesome song choices showcases the uke’s strength in any style. He’s big on sound, style, groove, feel and form.
from the Dover Uke Heads web site
Gathering of ukulele players in a coffee shop in Port Dover, Ontario. The Robot Cafe hosts DUH on "ukulele night", every Tuesday from 7 til 9pm. Group leader also offers a Beginner group, but players of all levels are welcome for playing and sing-a-long style gathering.
from the Kingston Ukulele Society web site
The Kingston Ukulele Society was started to encourage people to learn and play the ukulele, and to provide regular jams so that ukulele fans people can share their songs and stories, and share tips and techniques.
Do you live in the Kingston, Ontario area? Do you play ukulele? Would you like to play ukulele and sing with a group of other like-minded people? If so, then Kingston now has a regular ukulele jam! We meet every two weeks to play ukulele and sing songs together.
from the Royal Upper Canadian Ukulele Society web site
Informal jam sessions and uke company! Loose group of fun strummers who meet and trade tips.We also like to appear on stage unexpectedly at local pubs! We meet all over the Niagra and Hamilton area.
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