Harrison's ukulele community sing-along song book has 65+ classics and this generations' songs, now available in a Beta version for free in exchange for feedback.

UKULELE SEASON includes these tunes:

Best Day of My Life - C  F... that's it... two chords

Bird Song - C - play along, be one of the Wailing Jennys :)

El Condor Pasa - Am C F Am - a lovely key to sing in...

Exs and Ohs - E - practice transitioning between Em and B

Green Rocky Road - G... yes, it's a one chord song! 

Go To Sleep Ya Little Baby - another one chord wonder - F

House Is A Home - written by Ben Harper & his Mom

How’s About You - Dave Rawlings - Misty's version

The Leaving Of Liverpool - key of C

Lost Boys - the grandchildren know this one

Mr. Tambourine Man in G - as requested!

The Book of Love - simply beautiful to play

Sasquatch - Charlotte's song

Song of the Sea - great animated movie song

Songbird -  Eva Cassidy’s version, not the Bee Gees :)

Spirits - The Strummbellas - a Juno winning song

Swimming Song - ode to swimming in our lake

Wagon Wheel - play along video - fun!

The Weight - The Band at their finest

Visit our Facebook group page to see what we local ukulele players play and where.  

We meet weekly Tuesdays 1:30 to 3:30 pm in or near the
Memorial Hall - 290 Esplanade Avenue, Harrison Hot Springs , depending on the weather. When it's warm, sunny and dry, we gather outside in nature - at the lake, in the forest or a beautiful garden. As a beginner friendly group, we are learning all the time and welcome all ages and abilities. 

    There’s something about the ukulele that just makes you smile. It makes you let your guard down. It brings out the child in all of us.  - Jake Shimabukuro

    KEEP LEARNING FUN with helpful online teachers:

    BEGINNER site - 2 chord songs - help build up muscle memory
    Brett’s 5  strums -  patient and thorough
    CATHY'S CHORDS - a great place to start your learning journey
    CHANGING CHORDS - take your time and you'll feel more confident soon
    Cynthia line’s Island Strum - fun stuff!  - "play it slowly…”
    DR. UKU - has tunes, chords and lyrics and lots of patience
    PLAY UKULELE BY EAR - Jim's 26 three min. tutorial videos are invaluable
    FINGERPICKING - Cynthia's a great teacher
    SINGING! AND PLAYING?!! - Aldrine's tips
    WRITE YOUR OWN SONGS - the basics to keep in mind
    The Ukulele Teacher - shows you the difference in methods and sounds


    1. BYTOWN - multiple books, LARGE PRINT, coloured chords
    2. CATHY'S CHORDS - beginner, easy-to-read sheets
    3. CHELTENHAM - they've picked the best from the rest
    4. GLOSUKECLUB - Great selection; coloured chords
    5. HALIFAX - lots of songs, chords imbedded
    6. M.U.G. - a variety of songbooks; chords on top :)
    7. RICHARD'S -  Elaine's recommended list of 1,000 songs
    8. SOUP - great lyric pages; chords on top
    9. STEWART GREENHILL - interactive song sheet
    10. SAN JOSE -  index, colour coded levels

     NEW TUNES TO LEARN , coming in Ukulele Season this fall:

    Videos & songbooks presented - Arrangements for personal use & not for commercial use. They're copyright with respective authors & publishers for discussion  & study only.

       How Ukulele Season Came About:
      I 'let my true colours show' musically in July of 2014, as I entered pre-retirement while grieving the death of my younger sister Leigh-Ann. 
      I always loved music having grown up in a family that sang on road trips and around campfires. I have a wee background in music; high school choir, then flute and piano lessons as young adult. However, I was intimidated by string instruments, even ones with four! Then the stars aligned;  Friend Nikki visited with her ukulele and after I retired, I started connecting with local friends to sing in our village's hot pools. I dusted off a ukulele songbook our son created for me and after meeting Mac who began playing the sax in his late sixties, I jumped in and bought my first real ukulele - Kala Tenor.
      With a season of learning ukulele online under my belt, I began lessons with a human local musician and professional teacher John M. All the while I sought out local friends to connect with over a mutual love of either singing or learning the ukulele. After waiting for someone else to create a group that meets locally during daylight hours, I started to promote the idea with the support and encouragement of my friend Patsy. Since the creation of our local gatherings in September of 2016, word continues to spread that we are a fun-loving group.