Venue: Mighty Uke Club, Guelph ON

Looking for a place to share some ukulele joy? The Mighty Uke Club of Guelph has reconvened, Sunday evenings at the Red Papaya in Guelph.  This is a relaxed group where you can join in as you like, lead a song (or not), learn some new uke chords and hear creative versions of music you’ve heard before – Guns & Roses, John Sebastien, Feist, Rolling Stones, and Leonard Cohen were just a few of the artists given a ukulele interpretation.

Hosted by our fearless leader, Kim Logue, the group is still sorting out how often it will meet so confirm on FB. Next meeting is Sunday, March 5th: 





More good news for ukulele aficionados! There is a ukulele festival coming to Guelph this fall. The Royal City Uke Fest will offer workshops, group strums and a concert by the fabulous James Hill and Anne Janelle. Tickets for this September 30th event are already on sale.

[Mighty Uke Club, Red Papaya 55 Wyndham St N, Sundays 7-8:45 pm, no cover, licensed.]


  1. Lynda McDougall

    Hi there
    My name is Lynda McDougall. I belong to a uku group in Orangeville Ontario.
    On Wednesday June 12th at Island Lake we are celebrating Seniors Day and our uke group is on a covered stage providing music for this event.

    I am inviting uke groups from around and beyond Orangeville to come for the fun. it’s FREE. Show up at Orangeville Lake Conservation area. Hold up your uke. Come in and join us on stage. No music needed. Songs are up on screen. Any leverl of skill welcome. Perhaps after lunch you might take the 8 km trails or enjoy a little something something downtown before you go home.
    Come on it’ll be fun!

    If you are interested please let me know so we know how many chairs to set out

  2. Deb

    Is this group still happening?

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