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The Museum of the San Ramon Valley
205 Railroad Avenue
Downtown Danville




11:00 AM

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(925) 837-3750




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Concert: Kamawannaplaya ukulele group

Museum of the San Ramon Valley
Jun 13, 11:00AM – 01:00PM

The Kamawannaplaya ukulele group entertains at the Museum on Saturday morning June 13th at 11 am. The ukulele, brought by PPIE in 1915 to the mainland, has turned into an enticing musical instrument.  This group based in the Danville Senior Center played for us back on May 14th and were hugely entertaining. They have as much fun as you will.

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