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Library of Things: Ukulele

The Library of Things is more than just books, including musical instruments and lendable technology for your everyday life.

Borrow a Ukulele

Strum Along

Learning a musical instrument is a great way to exercise your brain and the ukulele is a great way to get started. The library offers cardholders the chance to check out a soprano ukulele and beginner instruction booklet in one gig bag for easy carrying. More than just the instrument, the Medford Library also hosts LUKEs, or Library Ukulele group, on the second Sunday of the month where you can play and learn with like-minded folk.

You can get your hands on one of our colorful kits by placing a request here and picking it up at your local branch!

Our ukulele collection was made possible by the Friends of the Medford Library.

Ukuleles

Further Learning

If you're looking for more than the beginner's booklet, you'll want to visit the library catalog where you will find a collection of music books and instructions for getting you on your way and taking your playing to the next level.

LUKES (Library Ukuleles)

Medford Library | Second Sunday of each month from 2:30–3:30 p.m.

Join an instructive and fun play-together session led by Barbara Meredith, Patty Williams, and Marlene Riegel of the Plaza Players & Friends. Bring a ukulele (borrowed or your own) and play with like-minded folk. Fun is almost guaranteed!