Hello, Muddah . . . . . Hello, Fadduh.

Reserve your space now for the first, but certainly not the last, Camp Oo-Koo-Lay-Lay, August 18 – 24, at the Lair of the Golden Bear in the beautiful Central Sierra Nevada, with your hosts Elaine de Man and Jim D’Ville, and special guest instructor Heidi Swedburg  for a full week of ukulele instruction and merriment in the context of a regular summer camp.

The Lair of the Golden Bear is the acclaimed annual summer camp owned and operated by the Cal (UC Berkeley) Alumini Association. Everyone who goes to Camp Oo-Koo-Lay-Lay will have full access to all of the activities and programs available to every other Lair camper with the added benefit of specific ukulele instruction, workshops, jam sessions, and ukulele camp fires each night, and our own stage. It’s a summer camp for people of the ukulele persuasion, especially those who’d like their non-uke-centric family members to join them.

And it’s cheap! Just $849 gets you a spot at Camp Oo-Koo-Lay-Lay for the entire week! Special rates for kids (free – $569) makes this an ideal family vacation, as well. If you’d prefer the comfort of indoor accommodations during your stay, there are motel-style units (Bosch Hall) available at the camp for a small additional fee, cabins at neighboring Pinecrest Chalet, and even a few spots to hook up your motor home.  And we’ve added some new options. If a week seems just a little too long, or you have scheduling conflicts, you can come for a day, or two,or three, or four with our new flex plan  for as little as $93 a day with meals and all camp priveleges and activities.)

It’s not too late to register. All options are still available. If you’d like to join us, please send in in your Registration Form for Camp Oo-Koo-Lay-Lay, as s0on as possible.

Be sure to check out our FAQ page for answers to any questions you may have.

Wait a minute…it’s stopped raining…

kids are swimming…kids are sailing…

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