Create a Ukulele: Create a Ukulele IV
Create a Ukulele: Say “aloha” to the happiest little instrument
Bring Hawaii home to your living room and luau all year long when you build your own tiny ukulele at a Create a Ukelele event! That's right, in just two hours our master crafter MIchelle Hose will guide you through all the steps to plan, build, paint, and tune up your own little uke, all while you share drinks and laughs with your favorite people and maybe make some new friends too. Come out early to Memories Charcoal House and grab an extra glass of wine and a bite to eat and make a night of it! At Yaymaker, we provide everything you need to come together and create new memories. Join us and experience the joy of a Yaymaker night out!
Total Price of this experience includes an Experience Fee.
This is NOT a BYOB event. No food or drink is included with your ticket price. All food and drink must be purchased at the venue. Event Info: The event begins promptly at the start time listed above. Please allow a little extra time to find parking and get settled. If you are coming with a group (yay, how fun!) make sure to arrive early to get seats together! If you would like to eat dinner before the event, please inform the host/hostess that you are with Paint Nite and check in with us to reserve your seats - then enjoy your dinner! We do need some time to complete set up, but we will be glad to open doors 30-45 min prior to event start time! About the venue: Since Memories Charcoal House opened in 1994, our policy has been to provide the community and our regulars with great food, good times, and to be casually entertaining. On January 1st, of 2009 two of Memories long-time employees, Andrea Harding and Jon Speiser, purchased Memories from their previous employer with the idea of preserving Memories tradition of customer loyalty and community atmosphere. We currently boast record sales, backed up by a new menu, renovations, and and a steady stream of fresh weekly menu specials. Community outreach has been the focus of our new business model. We currently host a different charity event every month with 10% of our daily sales donated back to the community. These events, coupled with the sponsoring of multiple local youth sports organizations and individual teams, has established Memories as a Community Restaurant that benchmarks and maintains standards not only in our establishment but in the community as well. ~ Jon Speiser President, Memories Charcoal House, Inc.