There are any number of books and web pages offering advice on forming a ukulele group. One reason for so many is that there's no one right way to go about it. It's subjective opinion, not objective fact, which is what prompts me to offer my own opinions and maybe, dare I say, insights.
Rather than do it all at once, I'm breaking these comments up into a series of notes, each addressing a different aspect of establishing a group.
- location, location, location
- types of groups, conduct of the sessions.