Maine Ukulele Groups:
Join Bailey Ukulele every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. on Zoom for a virtual edition of Bailey Ukulele. Free and open to all skill levels!
Maine's premiere ukulele ensemble based in Falmouth, Maine
Generations Ukulele Club Facebook Page Link https://www.facebook.com/groups/713241032760097
St. Joseph's College Institute for Integrative Aging
Generations Ukulele is a club open to all ages! The club typically meets once-a-month (usually the second Thursday) on campus, from 5:30 – 8pm. The first half-hour is devoted to learning, with more experienced players helping newer ones. After a brief break, the strumming session begins! Songs are displayed on a screen, so that music and stands are not necessary. For more information, please contact Shelly Davis, email@example.com.
"Machias Ukuleles" aka the University of Maine at Machias Ukulele Club loves playing rock 'n roll - both locally and afar.
If you live in Maine, and you play the ukulele (or are learning to play the ukulele) then this is for you.
Ask questions, share tips, links, lessons, meetups and uke events.
The Merry Plinksters is a community of like-minded folks in Farmington ME dedicated to making the world a happier place; one plink at a time.
Midcoast Ukulele of Belfast Email Link
MidCoast Ukes, a group of uke loving folk from Maine's Mid Coast that come together to play their favorite instrument with friends. Midcoast Ukes puts on the Belfast UkeFest most years. On the website, you will find Song Sheets; Chord Charts, Recordings and Tutorials Players with all levels of skills and experience from the entire Midcoast region are encouraged to join.
OHUG is a group in the Oxford Hills devoted to having fun and making new friends while building confidence and developing skills on the ukulele. The website link has lots of information including tutorials, songsheets and playalongs.
"Ukulele players from Portland, Maine and beyond who gather monthly to play, sing and socialize. No dues, no commitment, just a monthly gathering/jam."
"SLUKES, or SL'Ukes (Sebago Lakes Ukulele Society) was established in 2015. Our membership has been comprised primarily of students enrolled in the Windham-Raymond (RSU14) and (RSU#15) Gray-New Gloucester Adult Education course, The Joy of Uke, taught by Dana Reed." Virtual meetings happen at least twice a week and Socially Distanced Gatherings are beginning to commence! Visit the Captn-uke.com webpage because it has a plethora of information; video tutorials (the Vimeo channel has 119 videos!); playalongs and he also offers FREE online video lessons!
"UkesRock! is a small town community ukulele group with members ranging from beginners to intermediate strummers and fair to slightly above fair singers. We meet weekly (usually on Tuesday evenings) and play songs, sing, and just have fun. We play for an audience every chance we get. Parties, festivals, pizza joints... ukuleles always make it better."
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT
Every 1st Sunday of the month
"Please register for the jam and we will send you a Zoom link.
Join us for our monthly music jam! We do a round-robin where you can try out a new song you're working on, lead us in your current favorite (share music on screen, if you can), or even pass if you're feeling shy. We often select songs from the "Daily Ukulele" music book. Good music and great company! All ukers of all levels welcome."