Burning Uke, 2017

Schedule of Events

Friday, September 29th
Saturday, September 30th
Sunday, October 1st

What? When? Where? Why?

What?

Burning Uke is a fun-filled 3-day event for ukulele players at any level of experience. It is held in a beautiful campground in the Santa Cruz mountains call Mt. Cross

Mt. Cross is a Lutheran Ministries facility, located in the coastal redwood forest of the Santa Cruz Mountains, 20 minutes from the Santa Cruz beaches. It provides summer camp and year round retreat programs for all ages, with space for tent camping, RV space, and Lodge rooms.

Secure Wi-Fi internet access is available in or near the lodge.

Mt. Cross is an ADA compliant wheelchair accessible facility.

Accommodations and day-use tickets are sold out.

When?

Arrive Friday Sept 29th any time after 1:00 P.M. | Depart Sunday Oct 1st by 1:00 P.M

Where?

At Mt. Cross Ministries Outdoor Conference Center, 7795 Highway 9, in Ben Lomond (1.5 miles from Felton)

Directions

Coming From the North (San Jose - Hwy 280, 101, 680, and 880):
Take Highway 17 South towards Santa Cruz, take the Mt. Hermon Rd exit in Scotts Valley. Exit to the right and follow Mt. Hermon Rd through the town of Scotts Valley and continue about 3 miles to the end of Mt. Hermon Rd. Turn right onto Graham Hill and stay in the right lane. At the light, which is Highway 9, make another right. The Camp is about 1.5 miles from that point on the left hand side. There is a large Mt. Cross sign on the highway marking the entrance to camp. Once you have turned into camp, you will cross over a short bridge, stay to the right, and park in the parking lot.

Coming From the South (Santa Cruz - Hwy 1):
Take Highway 17 North to the Scotts Valley / Big Basin exit. Go over the freeway and continue on Mt. Hermon Rd through Scotts Valley. After Scotts Valley continue about 3 miles to the end of Mt. Hermon Rd Turn right onto Graham Hill and stay in the right lane. At the light, which is Highway 9, make another right. The camp is about 1.5 miles from that point on the left hand side. There is a large Mt. Cross sign on the highway marking the entrance to camp. Once you have turned into camp, you will cross over a short bridge, stay to the right, and park in the parking lot.

Who’s in charge?

Email: Kelly Cuffe (831) 247-1266

Email: Tim Coughlin (408) 656-5692

Email: Kathleen Middleton (831) 464-0508 Ext. 14, or cell (831) 818-5167