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Silver ARC-ulele is a mixed ability music session aimed at beginners and ukulele enthusiasts!
Each week you will learn and play new material.
For total beginners, there is a 15 minute basic lesson at the start of each session to help you learn the skills you'll need, this runs from 12:45pm to 1pm
The session structure is as followed:
If you don’t have your own Ukulele to bring to the session, don’t worry! We have a small number of instruments available for you to use.
Learning a musical instrument has many benefits for health and happiness such as,
• Increased coordination
• Increases brain function
• Encourages self-expression
• Natural stress relief
• Improves concentration
Even if you’ve never been able to keep a beat or you haven’t picked up an instrument in years, it’s never too late! Come and enjoy a new and exciting hobby with a group of friendly and likeminded individuals.
|ARC’s Silver Programme is supported by a Cultural Volunteers scheme which helps participants to attend and participate in over 50s activity. For more information and to meet our current volunteers, please click here.|
Looking for a lovely cuppa after your weekly session?
We have plenty of space at No 60 for you to pop your feet up and recharge those creative batteries over a cuppa after your ukulele session. Choose from a delicious selection of coffees and speciality teas, not to mention a truly delectable range of, cakes, scones and other snacks.
You can reserve a table by contacting the No 60 team via email@example.com now.
"Being part of 'friendship groups’ is so important. As one gets older you increasingly value people contact and being part of an activity group such as the ARC-ulele band is a tremendous bonus!” David
“Nice social gathering, friendly atmosphere, you can learn at your own pace.” Desmond
“Brilliant class, I love it. Really missed it over Christmas as it’s a nice place to be social.” Sheila