The community is invited to celebrate international Make Music Day by jamming with the Serenadin’ Strummers at the Livermore Public Library Civic Center on Thursday, June 21, 2018, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This free event is open to all ages and skill levels.
Serenadin’ Strummers is a group of ukulele players in the East Bay performing together since 2015. Everyone is invited to bring a ukulele, guitar, drums, tambourine or other instrument and play some fun and easy tunes along with the Serenadin’ Strummers. A ukulele is available to check out from the Livermore Public Library’s Library of Things collection. The strummers will also provide some basic ukulele lessons in this interactive program.
For more information about the worldwide celebration of music on June 21, visit http://www.makemusicday.org/.
This event is part of the library’s annual summer reading program for adults, sponsored by the Friends of the Livermore Library. Summer Reading is for grown-ups too! From June 6 to August 15, folks 18 and over can participate in the fun-filled summer reading program for a chance to win great prizes. To start playing the game, pick up a Travel Log at the Information Desk of any Livermore Public Library location. For more information about the summer reading program, visit http://bit.ly/LivLibSummerReading or call 925-373-5500.