We will be performing among others on July 29 as a part of the Multicultural Fair at Spirit Square in Coquitlam. Our presentation is coined “Ukulele Spectacular”. If you would like to participate but have not signed up yet, email us to let us know as the more the merrier! If you have spare ukes to bring for the audience to try, let us know as well.
The Fair actually starts at 11 am and there will be “a variety of live entertainment, music and dance. Many cultures will be represented with performances from Chinese, South Asian, Polynesian, Korean and South American groups. There will be door prizes and activities for kids as well as adults. Visitors can try their hand at Chinese brush painting, calligraphy or learn a new dance.”
Kimo Hussey will be joining us on stage! Mark Luongo has agreed to join us as well. The Polynesian Dancers will be performing just before us!!!
Date: Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Time: 2:10pm – 2:30pm (Please arrive by 1:40pm as requested by City of Coquitlam.)
Attire: Hawaiian-themed outfits (e.g., leis, grass-skirts, etc.) or Cutie t-shirts
Accessories: Bring a uke, a music stand and song sheets.
Location: Spirit Square, 3000 Burlington Drive, at Pinetree Way, Coquitlam
A shuttle bus will run between Glen Pine Pavilion and Dogwood Pavilion during the event. See official website for current shuttle schedule and information.
Jamie Ruddick will be leading our practice. Thanks, Jamie!!!
Date: Sundays, July 20 and 27, 2014
Location: 1167 Pipeline Road, Coquitlam
Parking: Inlet Street
Accessories: Bring a uke, a chair, a music stand, and song sheets.