It’s Wednesday everyone! So you know what that means – only two more days ’til the weekend! Speaking of the weekend, have you ever wanted to participate in a Guinness Book of World Records event? At the behest of my father, I urge you all to head over to the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center this Saturday (April 18th) for the Ukelele Play-Along World Record Attempt. Last year’s event came up 1,000 people short and my dad is DETERMINED to beat it this year!
Registration for the play-along opens at 9:30am and the event itself will start at 11:30am. The best part is, you don’t even need to know how to play in order to participate – GRAMMY-winning artists Tia Carrere and Daniel Ho will be there to guide you through the chords of Pua I Ka Ua! For those of you who do know how to play, I’ve included a .jpg and a .pdf of the sheet music below.
So if you’re planning on going to the Festival of Books this weekend, stop by the JACCC on your way and grab a snack in Little Tokyo (we highly recommend the fresh red bean cakes from Mitsuru Cafe) before making your way over to USC! See you there…
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