Library ukulele gathering proves popular across age spectrum
June 26, 2019
Of The New Era
That stereotype of a librarian quietly shushing patrons is right out the window early on Thursday afternoons at the Sweet Home Library, when a group of up to nine ukulele players gather to practice, trade songs and sing.
A handful of patrons are typically seated in the “Teen Room” using the library’s wi-fi service, while the players come together to make music. On the third Thursdays, the group travels to Wiley Creek Community to entertain residents with a variety of songs that can range across traditional numbers to 1960s rock ’n’ roll.
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