|A gallery of ukulele enthusiasts. UKE ON brothers and sisters!|
|Please submit your photos for our family album... the more, the better. E-mail your .jpg or .gif (along with whatever caption you may desire) to Catfish|
|Rick Cota with his world travelled Applause|
|Casey Morgan and his Soprano and Concert of African Mahogany (Scrap Woods)|
|"This year I built this soprano using wood from a wine crate. I call it Chateau d'Uke"
Lewis Shepard, Worcester, MA
|The Ukulele Ladies and Gents of San Antonio at the Arneson River Theatre
|October 3rd Meeting of the Windy City Uke Club in Illinois
"Look at those smiling faces! What a good time we had!!!"
|"Here are some pictures from our recently ended Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz Big Sur Weekend aka "Burning Uke II" - We had about 50 Ukulele campers and all played ukes and sang and ate and drank late into the Big Sur night both Friday and Saturday - with the Saturday night finale being the burning of the fairly famous (?) Twelve Foot Ukulele created for UkeFest West - "bashes to ashes" we called it - We then played that sweet ukulele music for 3 more hours and into Sunday morning! Our Burning Uke dates for next year are Sep 23-25 2005."|
|Five New Pictures of the Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz "Burning Uke II"
Submitted by Andy Andrews
|Andy Andrews, co-founder of the Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz placing the UkeFest West twelve foot ukulele on the pyre for burning!|
|Geno Galli and Andy Andrews lead the Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz in our theme song "Under the Boardwalk" at "Burning Uke II"|
|We bring our own street signs so we always know where we are - at the intersection of Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz Blvd and Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz Highway!|
|One of the two fabulous Play-a-longs - well over 100 songs were played out of our newest Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz song collection!|
|Sunday morning and we're still at it - We surfed and ate (and drank) and played that fine fine music all weekend long!|
|The Windy City Islanders performing at the world famous Trader Vic's in Chicago|
|Petty and Booka visited the Ukulele Museum at KIWAYA Ukulele Shop in Asakusa Tokyo|
|UOGB, Petty Booka, and Japanese uke fans in Tokyo. They all came to the show with their ukes!|