Vancouver Ukulele Circle - Vancouver, B.C. Formed in September 2000 by Ralph Shaw, Vancouver's own "King of the Ukulele", and Virginia Ise, the Vancouver Ukulele Circle provides a place where ukulele enthusiasts can meet monthly, play some songs and have a few laughs. We meet on the third Tuesday of every month, and you're welcome to join us.
Ruby's Ukes & Ukulele Courses - Vancouver, B.C. Ruby's Ukes is Vancouver's Ukulele school with classes, workshops and Vancouver's Ukulele festival. A ukulele haven for all those interested in learning, playing and buying all things Ukulele.
Other clubs and groups in B.C. - List of other Ukulele clubs and groups in the Vancouver and Lower Mainland area. (information courtesy of the Vancouver Ukulele Circle)
Monterey Ukulele Club - Victoria, B.C. The group meets year-round on Mondays from 1-3 pm (except for statutory holidays) at the Monterey Recreation Centre in Victoria, B.C. Membership. Membership has grown to over 50 since the resurgence in the popularity of the ukulele in recent years.
For further information contact: The Monterey Rec Centre (250) 370-3700
Friends of Music Society Ukulele Lessons - Victoria, B.C. Part of the The Friends of Music Society, this program runs Tuesday evenings from 5:00 - 6:30 pm. at the Eric Martin Pavillion in Victoria, led by directors Melanie Leask and Jacqueline Czar. Instruments are provided, making the experience accessible for all.
Nanaimo Ukulele Circle - The Nanaimo Ukulele Circle meets once a month at various times and locations in Nanaimo, B.C. The group offers "opportunities to 'jam', showcase, learn, and support others who share a passion for making music on the ukulele". Please visit their website for further details and meeting times.
Fretted Friends - Black Creek, B.C. The group meets every 1st and 3rd Thursday evenings at the Black Creek Hall. The meetings provide instruction and group playing for beginners and experienced ukulele enthusiasts in the Black Creek area on Vancouver Island.
Time For Uke - Courtenay, B.C. - A group of retired ukulele teachers who gather together regularly and provide entertainment and performances locally in the N.Island area.