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Boomwhackers provided by RBI Music

Make Music Day Hebron

Friday June 21 | 5-8pm
Hebron Town Center (From Town Hall to Ted’s)

Make Music Day is a celebration of music around the world, held on the same day in more than 800 cities in 120 countries. How exciting is that!

We’re inviting all musicians to take part — young and old, amateur and professional, of every musical persuasion — come share your music with friends, neighbors, and strangers. 

Making music inspires and creates joy in both the musician and the listener. Make Music Day celebrates and promotes the natural music maker in all of us!  

Easy to Get Involved 

  • Any and all musicians welcome (ALL AGES, ALL GENRES) 

  • Live music performances

  • Multiple venues 

  • Public spaces (accessible and welcoming to all)

From Town Hall to Ted’s
We will be locating musicians along Routes 85 and Route 66, and throughout the downtown area, starting at the Town Gazebo and along Main Street to Ted’s Market.   

Think you’re not musical? THINK AGAIN. We’ll have harmonicas, kazoos, singing and drums. Something for everyone!

Businesses who would like to host musicians on their properties, please contact Carla Pomprowicz, 860-377-1007 

 

 
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Musician Sign-Up

Ready to Make Music with The Town Center Project? Sign up below and we’ll contact you with further instructions!

Name *
Name
Phone
Phone
Instrument or perfomance medium
Power Requirements
Will you help instruct?
When time(s) do you want to play? *
Participants and vendors in the activities sponsored by The Town Center Project, Inc. assume all risks associated with their participation. In no event will The Town Center Project, Inc., its officers, directors, agents or representatives (collectively referred to as “TTCP”), assume any risk or liability arising out of these events. Participants and vendors assume all risk and liability associated with their participation, activities, products and services and will indemnify and hold harmless TTCP for any claims resulting from the same. Food vendors will provide written proof of liability insurance naming TTCP as an additional insured. Food vendors must also provide a certificate from the Chatham Health District.