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Jerryc41
03-02-2019, 12:34 AM
James Hill is advertising the Ukulele Hot Springs event in October - Canada. It's $449USD till July 31. It goes up to $689CAD after that. You get three days of uke, two lunches, and a dinner. Hotel is $119CAD - $154CAD.

http://ukulelehotsprings.com/register.html

Ziret
03-02-2019, 04:04 AM
That looks like a great place to advance my skills. Thanks for posting it.

AQUATOPAZ
03-02-2019, 06:46 AM
Thanks. Sounds amazing.

fretie
03-02-2019, 03:41 PM
I’ve been waiting for this second annual uke hot springs. The first one was outstanding! I’m registered!

AQUATOPAZ
03-05-2019, 10:18 AM
This sounds like so much fun but, while looking for reviews of the past retreat, instead found abysmal reviews for Harrison Hot Springs that were recent. Apparently, they had a bacterial outbreak in their springs within the last 2 months which caused itchy rashes and the Health Department closed the springs down for an unspecified time. The hotel never informed guests who were coming, who complained that the lodging was old, stained and at times filthy, and that the only reason they went to Harrison Hot Springs was for the springs. I have never been to them, but given the reviews I wonder why the ukulele retreat is being held there. Playing while soaking in the springs sounds great, but now I am scared of the water and also concerned the springs will be closed. I guess waiting to see if guests start scratching first is an option, but that reduces time in springs.

Kenn2018
03-05-2019, 05:08 PM
This sounds like so much fun but, while looking for reviews of the past retreat, instead found abysmal reviews for Harrison Hot Springs that were recent. Apparently, they had a bacterial outbreak in their springs within the last 2 months which caused itchy rashes and the Health Department closed the springs down for an unspecified time. The hotel never informed guests who were coming, who complained that the lodging was old, stained and at times filthy, and that the only reason they went to Harrison Hot Springs was for the springs. I have never been to them, but given the reviews I wonder why the ukulele retreat is being held there. Playing while soaking in the springs sounds great, but now I am scared of the water and also concerned the springs will be closed. I guess waiting to see if guests start scratching first is an option, but that reduces time in springs.

Yikes! Like using a hot tub in a hotel room.

rainbow21
03-06-2019, 09:10 AM
Well, it is now sold out for all levels! (Posted on Ukulele Way site).