A full day of workshops, performances and a special concert to celebrate a new inductee into the Nova Scotia Ukulele Hall of Fame!
Three Teachers,
Three Workshops!


Chalmers Doane
Suzanne Doane
James Hill
Saturday, January 21, 2017
9am - 9pm
Marigold Cultural Centre,
605 Prince St, Truro, NS

Only 75 spaces available!
$120
Includes 3 workshops, nutrition breaks PLUS Hall of Fame Concert!

To register call the Marigold Cultural Centre at (902) 897-4004

Warm Up This Winter at the Marigold Ukulele Festival!

Enjoy a day full of workshops, meet friends both new and old and make lots of music. Classes are offered at three levels:

HOW IT WORKS
Not sure whose workshop to attend? No problem! Everyone gets a chance to work with each instructor.

In workshop sessions attendees are divided into three groups, one for each teacher. All three teachers are experienced instructors and will make sure there is something for everyone in each class.

The birthplace of Canadian ukulele icon Chalmers Doane, Truro is the “hub” of Nova Scotia and full of wonderful musicians including James Hill (OK, he’s from Brookfield but close enough!) and Suzanne Doane (OK, she lives in Sydney but she visits often!). With several hotels and good restaurants you can enjoy a full weekend of what Truro has to offer including snowshoeing in Victoria Park and other winter activities.


Your registration fee includes three hands-on ukulele workshops, nutrition breaks PLUS the Nova Scotia Ukulele Hall of Fame Concert and Induction Ceremony featuring performances by past inductees! Don't wait to register: only 75 spaces are available for this year's festival!

Special hotel rate of $85.99/night at the Best Western Glengarry Hotel if booked before December 31st, 2016.

Join us at The Marigold Ukulele Festival and add a bit of ukulele sunshine to your winter!

To register call the Marigold Cultural
Centre box office at (902) 897-4004

Hours: Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm