DOVER —The Southern New Hampshire Ukulele Group is holding their 4th annual SNHUGFEST on Sat., June 29, rain or shine, at Henry Law Park in Dover. This free, all-day festival features ukulele performances, Hawaiian hula dancers, workshops, arts and crafts, food, and more. Bands are coming from far and wide, including the recent first-place finishers at the Battle of the Ukulele Bands – The Unlikely Strummers. Admission is free.
The fun starts at 10:00 a.m., with a free children's ukulele lesson at Earcraft Music. At 10:30 a.m. the kids will take the river-stage, kicking-off the day's performances. There'll be play-along jams all day, so bring your uke! The day's finale will be an attempt to break NH's unofficial strumming record, with everyone up on stage!
SNHUG is an all-volunteer, non-profit group of ukulele enthusiasts, that meet twice a month to jam, practice, do open mics, and generally have fun. They're open to any and all levels of ability, and can be found on Facebook or Meetup.com.
SNHUG also does fundraising and events for worthy causes, such as the Ukulele Kids Club. The UKC provides music therapy for kids during hospital stays. All of the proceeds from SNHUGFEST 2019 go support the Ukulele Kids Club.
SNHUGFEST Sponsorship Opportunities are available: Your company's logo will appear in the program or on a stage banner. Sponsorship details, contact June at 603-531-9969 or email@example.com.