Southern Peninsula Ukulele Group
Rosebud, Victoria, Australia
SPUKES is a community based ukulele group located in Rosebud where people of all ages come together to enjoy a few hours of ukulele strumming, singing and friendship. We meet on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of the Month and alternate Mondays.
Throughout the year we play at various events such as the Rosebud Kite Festival, Buskfest, Christmas Parade and other community based fundraising events.
Next Sessions and Events
Saturdays with Karen and Alan
Saturdays (12 noon – 3 pm) at Rosebud Memorial Hall
Held on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month attract 60 to 70 members on average. $5 per session including afternoon tea.
Alan's Monday Morning Mayhem
Mondays (9:30 am – 11:30 am) at Rosebud Memorial Hall
This smaller group meets on the first and third Mondays of the month. $5 per session including morning tea.
9:30 am - 11:30 am
No Group Session
Rosebud Memorial Hall, Rosebud Victoria
Alan is unavailable so no Monday Group Session today
Times and locations vary so check each event for full details
Some venues only allow limited numbers of performers or have access limitations. Karen or Alan will have all the information.
Our Latest News
We post short items that may be of interest to our members, new members, our local community and the wider music community as well.
You can see more news on our Facebook page.
Our regular newsletter is sent to all members and any one else interested. You can subscribe using the form further down this page.
The end result The final result is very pleasing. It has a homespun authentic and genuine feel about it. The video images of our players during the recording definitely warm the heart. Time will prove this to be a good song, one that people will want to sing and play....
SPUKES will be backing a recording of The Warrains new song ‘Two’ written by Chris Swayn. This is what you need to practice.
On the first Sunday in May (6th May) we are running a ukulele workshop at the Peninsula Folk Club, starting around 5 30pm. We have been asked to make the workshop about “Ukulele Techniques”.