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Welcome to West Seattle's 35th Ave Kanikapila or Jam song circle.
We're open to anyone and everyone that's looking to have some fun while they strum their uke, and hopefully sing along. We jibber jabber a bit, we sing a bit, we play and laugh a lot. It's all about the music and our ukes.
For you first timers or beginners, we have a spare ukulele to lend you if you don't have one of your own. So don't be shy.
We meet once each
month in West Seattle at the Highpoint Library or the Southwest Library depending on their
availability, and we try to book the first Sunday - when we can. Both libraries are
on 35th Ave SW just a few blocks apart.
Please read carefully the dates and location for each month. We will try to schedule 3 months ahead when possible.
Feb 3rd 1st Sunday at High Point Library
Mar 3rd 1st Sunday at Southwest Library
April 7th 1st Sunday at Southwest Library
May 5th 1st Sunday at Southwest Library
High Point branch of the Seattle Public Library is located on 35th Ave SW and Raymond St. SW. Map
The Southwest Library is located further south on 35th Ave SW and SW Henderson St. Map
We'll do lots of sing and play. if you have share, bring only if you must, as we're trying to clean out our books for the new year. What you bring we'll post along with our Beginners Book below (download it now):
"WikiWiki Beginners book"
When: Look above for our next scheduled date for the WikiWiki Jam. Doors open at 1pm and the Jam starts around 1:30 and ends at 3:30pm.
Where: We will meet at either the High Point Library or the Southwest Library depending on availability. See above for address's and map.
Directions: Off of I-5, take the West Seattle High-Rise bridge to West Seattle. When you can, get in your left lane. At the first light you will turn left on to 35th Ave SW. heading south, and up the hill.
The High Point Library branch is on 35th Ave SW and Raymond St., approximately 1.2 miles.
The Southwest Library is further south another half mile or so, at 35th Ave SW and SW Henderson St.
There's plenty of parking on the street. Wheelchair access is available.
How much: It's FREE! You can't beat that.
Contact: My email - Pat Klopich, or visit our blog site