Ukester Chuck Wilson is creating some of the coolest embroidered uke designs around. Uke Thongs and embroidered ukulele themed apparel. Please check out the Mechandise page to see more.


For meeting schedules for all the Kansas City Area Ukulele Clubs, see the Event Calendar
or the Ukulele Club Page.

About the Kansas City Ukesters:
We love playing ukuleles, singing songs with ukes, yacking about ukes, and making ukulele friends along the way. The Kansas City Ukesters meet from 6:30 to 8:30pm on the second Monday of each month. The meeting place is St Pius Church, 55th & Woodson, in Mission, Kansas. The Ukesters welcome all levels of playing skill, sexes and ages. Our meetings always begin with focus on beginner basics. Contact David at for further information.
Watch this YouTube video which tells about the Kansas City Ukesters. Click Here.

The 10th Annual Ukester Ball

The Kansas City Ukesters are proud to announce our 10th year as a ukulele club! In celebration of this event we are going to have the 10th Annual Ukester Ball.

The Ball will take place on Saturday, February 4th at 6:00 pm. The location will be in Kelly Hall at St. Pius Church in Mission, KS. (55th and Woodson)

This will be a potluck affair. Guests are asked to bring a side, main or dessert to share. Bring your own libation, acoholic or otherwise.

There will be an Open Mic, a Photo Montage from the last 10 years and a Swap & Shop (bring something to sell) and of course lots of jamming.

Added to the evenings activites will be the Kansas City Lightinin' Bugs, a New Orlean's style trio featuring Ukester Danny Fowler on ukulele.

So whether you play ukulele or just like to listen, please join us for this important celebration.

For further information:


Clic Pic

Derick Sebastian

"Isn't She Lovely"

Vintage photo courtesy of Ukester Brown.

Be the first on your block to own an official Kansas City Ukester t-shirt, sweat shirt, hoody, etc. Go to Cafe Press for more information.

Many thanks to Annie Tichenor for her wonderful logo design and Chuck Wilson for creating the catalog.