June 3, 2016
Now you can borrow a ukulele from the Nashua Public Library.
The library has two Kala concert-size ukuleles that library cardholders ages 12 and up can borrow for 14 days. Each one comes with an instructional book and DVD, an electronic tuner, and a chord chart.
The ukuleles were donated by Michael Chung, founder of the Ukulele Festival at Greeley Park, through the Friends of the Nashua Public Library. “I truly believe the library is a great community resource,” he said, so he made this donation to show his appreciation of it.
To borrow a ukulele, bring your Nashua library card and a photo ID to the reference desk. You can reserve a ukulele by searching the online catalog for “ukulele.” If you have questions, call (603) 589-4611 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.