THREE PINES FARM

Three Pines Farm is a 5th generation family farm that is home to a lovely studio space in grandpa's renovated barn. We provide classes and specialty events centered on the arts, cooking, traditional crafts, sustainable living, and various other pursuits.

 

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Three Pines Farm Ukulele Jamboree with the Craig Family

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Three Pines Farm Ukulele Jamboree with the Craig Family

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music (noun): a magic harmonic connection between all human beings

This will be unlike any other music festival, and we are over-the-moon about it! It’s our magic-dream combination of community, talented music educators, inspiring farm scenery, joyful learning, good food, and general merrymaking.

Join us for this free event in which the Craig Family will introduce us to the happy & humble ukulele. They will inspire with a brief concert, provide a short lesson on ukulele fundamentals & resources, then we will break into groups to learn to play a song! We may even close the event with a mini-concert, featuring group performances. We’ll gather post-serenade for some homemade cookies and conversation. And that’s magic.

About Your Educators:

Saylar and Tracy Craig both grew up in the Cedar Valley, but moved overseas to become international educators after finishing their teaching degrees at the Univeristy of Northern Iowa. Over the past 20 years, they have worked in 3 international schools in 2 countries. They have two children, Kalia, age 17, and Harrison, age 13. Music is at the center of the Craig family, and everyone plays a multitude of instruments -- from violin, cello, guitar and bass to trumpet, French horn, and euphonium. They often perform as a family band, most recently at the Hard Rock Café in Singapore, but can also sometimes be seen performing in the Waterloo/Cedar Falls area. As a part of larger service trips, they have also brought ukulele education to several impoverished communities in Southeast Asia.

Date: Sunday July 29th, 2018

Time: 6:30 – 8:00pm (~1 hour of ukulele education, followed by cookies & conversation)

Cost: FREE

Age Requirement: 8+ years of age (children must come with a parent/caretaker)

Skill Level: All skill levels are welcome.

Special Notes: This class will be held outdoors, weather permitting. In the event of inclement weather, we will move indoors to barns and outbuildings. Wear clothes fitting for being outdoors on a farm. Please, for your benefit in learning to play, arrive with neatly trimmed fingernails.

To Bring: Please bring a lawn chair for seating, regardless of weather. Ukuleles will provided for use during this event – no need to bring your own, but you are welcome to do so. Special thanks to the UNI Ukulele Club for loaning their instruments to this community festival!

Please register by July 15th, 2018. If the participant minimum is not met, this event will not be held. If this is the case and you have registered, you will be alerted of the cancelation by email shortly after the registration deadline of July 15th.

If you register and discover you are unable to attend, please inform Three Pines Farm so we may pass your spot on to another eager participant. Thank you!


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