Last Call!

 

coast trail to beachWe just came back from another site visit at Asilomar and I was reminded, again, of what an incredibly special place this is.  With windows wide open, I awoke to the sound of the distant surf and a few little birds “perch by my doorstep.” Two deer were grazing just outside my window. The only thing missing was the sound of ukuleles in the forest.

But not for long!

If YOU haven’t already registered for what is promising to be our best retreat yet, you’re running out of time!  This is absolutely the last call for registration to the 2014 West Coast ‘Uukulele Retreat, which closes on April 14.

With more people registering than we originally anticipated and wanting to keep the student-to-instructor ratio low, low, low, we’ve added a new staff member, Jere Canote, and a number of  new workshops, from “Bringing up the Bottom” to “Go Tell Aunt Rhody.”  We’ve “upgraded” all of our special events, and, over the next few weeks, we will be looking for even more ways to make your experience as special as possible. (Those who have been with us in the past know what THAT means!)  But we will not be taking any new registrations after April 14.

Asilomar still has rooms available. So, if you’ve been on the fence…this would be the time to get your registration in.  You can register on-line, here: On-line Registration.

By the way, in late spring of 1941, John Steinbeck stayed at a little cottage, now on Asilomar grounds, called the Guest Inn and wrote the Log from the Sea of Cortez.   The very same Guest Inn will be serving as Retreat HQ this year.  I can already hear the muses calling………

Hope you can join us!

~ by nvfj on April 9, 2014.

 
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