Create a Ukulele: Create a Ukulele III


  • 3 hours long
  • Ages 21 & up

$59 per person
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Create a Ukulele: Say “aloha” to the happiest little instrument

Strum to your own tune this week at a Create a Ukelele event. That's right, in just two hours you will envision, paint, build and tune your very own tiny instrument that really works! Take it home for a jam session, hang it on your wall, or give the gift of music, no matter what you'll be amazed at what you can do. No experience necessary, our master crafter Mark Hecox will walk you through step-by-step. Yaymaker events always give you all you need to create something new and add a whole lot of YAY to your week.

Total Price of this experience includes an Experience Fee.

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Brandy Pete's located in Boston, MA
Brandy Pete's (Small Room)

Brandy Pete's, a longtime Landmark in Boston's Financial District, was established as a restaurant in 1933 (at the end of Prohibition) by Pete Sabia. It was located at 80 Broad Street, diagonally left of Franklin Street, and a two minute walk from its current location. A Brandy drinker, Peter was often seen talking with customers having a snifter in his hand. It became tradition that anyone who was new to Pete's, or complained about the food or service, etc. had to buy Pete a Brandy, hence the name "Brandy Pete's". It is the goal of the establishment to carry on the tradition of providing a friendly atmosphere featuring an honest drink, a wide-ranging, moderately priced menu, from salads and sandwiches to steaks and fine dining entrees in the evening, with fast and attentive service. We hope you enjoy your experience and will tell others about what is new at Pete's! Brandy Pete's 267 Franklin St. Boston, Massachusetts 02110 Metered Street Parking (free after 8pm) & lots of Garages nearby Closest T stops Green Line: Park Street Red Line: Downtown Crossing Blue Line: State Street or Aquarium

Your host

Yaymaker Host Mark Hecox

Mark is a public school music teacher for elementary and middle school students on the North Shore. When Mark isn’t working for Yaymaker, he is buying another ukulele, collecting even more records, brewing beer, donating blood, or re-potting his house plants. Mark believes music and art is changing the world one piece at a time! Join Mark for a yaymaker event and share your creativity!

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