Building a Ukulele
The ukulele is an instrument of the islands. Dreamed of serenading your loved ones or strumming in the moonlight? Here is your big opportunity. In this class, participants learn to combine computer technology and traditional wood working skills to construct a ukulele from rich and beautiful mahogany stock. A combination of demonstrations and hands-on labs will help you build a traditional handmade “uke.” A basic understanding of computers and woodworking is helpful but not required. Instructor: W. John Smith, 24 hours. Room 507
CS 234-50 Sat March 8–May 3 9 a.m.–Noon Fee: $80
No class: 4/19
$65 materials fee paid in class (cash only)
Please contact the Continuing Education office at 619-482-6376 for registration information.