Karaoke

Karaoke Club celebrates new home with ‘Aloha’ dinner

Posted 10/5/22

The Karaoke Club of Sun City West pulled out all the stops for their opening night at the R.H. Johnson Social Hall. The theme was “Aloha” with a potluck dinner to celebrate their new …

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Karaoke

Karaoke Club celebrates new home with ‘Aloha’ dinner

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The Karaoke Club of Sun City West pulled out all the stops for their opening night at the R.H. Johnson Social Hall. The theme was “Aloha” with a potluck dinner to celebrate their new home.

Flower leis were given to all who attended and many singers sang about the islands and beaches.

The next Thursday session at the Social Hall is Oct. 13, which includes a general membership meeting at 5:45 p.m. and singing at 6 p.m. Members are provided a calendar with the club’s events and venues listed, including the annual “Scaryoke” Oct. 31 at the Kuentz Courtyard.

Practice sessions are 5-7 p.m. Mondays in the Arts and Crafts building at the Beardsley center.

Singers can access more than 260,000 song titles on the club’s data system or upload their own songs from a CD or thumb drive. Contact president Byron Brothers for more information, ByronBrothers@gmail.com or 719-291-0379.

The club is open to members and their accompanied guests. Sun City West residents may visit three times before becoming members. Annual membership is $10 and the nightly singing fee for members is $2 and $3 for singing guests. Listening is free. Cups and ice are provided.

Membership forms are available Thursday evenings or at karaoke.scwclubs.com. 

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