Posted on: September 30, 2020 | Category: News
Have you ever wanted to learn how to play the ‘ukulele or just needed one to play? You can now borrow Hawaii’s favorite music instrument at a public library! Patrons may use an ‘ukulele at no cost with a valid library card and photo ID at participating libraries.
Each ‘ukulele kit will include
How do I borrow an ‘ukulele?
What you need to know
Aina Haina Public Library – ph. 377-2456
Hawaii State Library – ph. 586-3500
Kaimuki Public Library – ph. 733-8422
Kaneohe Public Library – ph. 233-5676
Nanakuli Public Library – ph. 668-5844
Pearl City Public Library – ph. 453-6566
Salt Lake-Moanalua Public Library – ph. 831-6831
Waimanalo Public and School Library – ph. 259-2610
Waipahu Public Library – ph. 675-0358
HSPLS is grateful to Leo Daquioag and Jake Shimabukuro of the Music for Life Foundation and partners for making this program possible by donating the ‘ukulele instruments. The goal of the lending program is to make ‘ukulele and ‘ukulele-playing opportunities accessible for all by allowing them to be checked out as easily as books at a local public library.