Mark Twain Area Ukulele Club invites people to strum along at ukulele jam sessions starting Thursday


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SAVERTON, Mo. — The Mark Twain Area Ukulele Club is offering ukulele jam sessions, starting Thursday, Aug. 3. 

These gatherings will take place the first and third Thursday of each month from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Genesis Bible Church Fellowship Hall, 12613 Saverton Drive in Saverton.

There is no fee to participate.

Ukulele enthusiasts from teens to seniors and all skill levels can participate.

Club founders Kay Bogue and Nancy Morris ask participants to bring a ukulele and music stand. They will provide printed song sheets, using play-a-longs from YouTube.

Bogue has been playing the guitar for 30 years and began playing the ukulele about two years ago. Morris has played bass guitar for 10 years and the ukulele for four years.

“Our goal is to share the love and fun of ukulele music. Expect to have fun making music and learning from each other,” Bogue said. “We play old and new songs, fun and fast, slow and pretty.”

For more information, follow Mark Twain Area Ukulele Club on Facebook or email or

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