Veterans and the Arts Initiative Ukulele Workshop Series Fall 2021 Registration Form

The Fall 2021 Veterans Ukulele Workshop Series is free to Veterans, Servicemembers, their families, and military caregivers. Please note the information sheet on HyltonCenter.org/veterans for information about minimum age of participation, as well as our inclement weather policy and current COVID-19 guidelines (including Zoom policies).

PLEASE NOTE: due to ongoing COVID-19 precautions, the ukulele workshop series will occur both onsite at the Hylton Performing Arts Center AND virtually via Zoom on Tuesdays, September 14 - October 26, 2021 from 7:00 – 8:00 PM.

There will be a BONUS virtual workshop offered virtually via Zoom on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at 7 PM, which will include an opportunity to play ukulele and sing!

The objective of the workshops is to help each participant improve their general ukulele skills to play songs; curriculum is flexible and determined at the discretion of the instructor to meet the needs of a diverse group of abilities. Participants with experience playing the guitar may use a guitar and capo in lieu of a ukulele to participate in the series.

Space is very limited – only 40 pre-registered people will be admitted to attend the workshop in-person; therefore, we ask all participants to plan to attend the entire series. All Zoom participants must also be pre-registered.

Please fill out the registration below, and you will be contacted regarding the status of your registration. Registration forms that are incomplete will be returned to be completed. Each member of a family who is participating should fill out an individual form.

(Please note – there will be no automatic reply generated from the submission of this registration form; please allow up to five business days to receive notice from the Hylton Center staff regarding the status of your registration.)
How would you prefer to attend the workshop? (You must choose one. This selection cannot be changed.)
If attending in-person, do you have any questions about navigating protocols for On-Site Workshops?
If attending via Zoom, do you have any questions about navigating protocols for Zoom?
I am a: (Choose one)
Have you played ukulele before?
To participate, you will need to access music that will be sent to you prior – and during – workshops. Are you able to view an overhead projector comfortably?
Are you able to access PDFs of music sheets during workshops?
We do have a limited number of ukuleles available for Veterans, Servicemembers, military family members, and military caregivers who do not currently own a ukulele. Ukuleles are not guaranteed. If you would like to borrow a ukulele for the duration of the series, please submit your availability for a 10-minute appointment to meet a staff member at the Hylton Performing Arts Center. Time slots are available during weekday afternoons/evenings based on building availability. A staff member will contact you to confirm your appointment. Appointments will take place inside the main entrance of the Hylton Performing Arts Center. To ensure the safety of all involved, participants and staff members are required to wear a mask and maintain social distancing. Hand sanitizer will be provided. Ukuleles will only be given to those over the age of 18 (a parent/guardian must pick up a ukulele for a minor)
Do you need to borrow a ukulele?
You will be contacted by a Hylton Center staff member regarding the status of your registration.