ON Friday October 7, the Kendall Music Exchange will be welcoming the CHUMS as the main guest artist.
CHUMS (the Camden Haven Ukulele Musicians) was formed in 2012 to cater for some very keen ukulele players who never in their wildest dreams anticipated the success of their small but enthusiastic group which now has over 75 members.
Every Friday morning CHUMS meet at Laurieton United Services Club to play, sing and have fun under the leadership of Khristina Joy.
CHUMS have performed at many local functions and opened the stage this year for Slice of Haven.
This will be CHUMS’ second performance at Kendall Music Exchange and you are invited to arrive early to get a good seat – last time there was standing room only.
Kendall Community Hall doors open at 6.30pm, open stage from 7pm, light supper provided and then our main act – CHUMS. Bring your instrument and do a couple of numbers or just come and enjoy the show.
Entry is by donation, Kendall Music Exchange operates as a not for profit community activity.
For more details contact Jill Opie 6584 8432.