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4th Annual 24-Hours of Music Extravaganza

Date/Time

Apr 5, 2014 to Apr 6, 2014
12:00 PM

Description

The 4th Annual 24-Hours of Music Extravaganza to benefit MountainTop Music Center, Mt. Washington Valley's Community Music School will run noon-to-noon, April 5-6 featuring performances by professional musicians, MountainTop students and ensembles. 

No charge to attend. 

Opportunities to support MTMC will be available through pledges, silent and Chinese auctions, Saturday lunch, Sunday brunch and donations at the door. 

Call 1-800-533-6301 to take advantage of the White Mountain Hotel’s special room rate of $99 for this event. A great opportunity to enjoy this lavish hotel and hear music! FMI go to www.mountaintopmusic.org or call (603) 447-4737.

 

Cost

Free; Donations accepted

Location

View map The White Mountain Hotel
Hale's Location off West Side Rd.
No. Conway, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

MountainTop Music Center

Phone

(603) 447-4737

Contact name

Belle Stafford

Contact email

office@mountaintopmusic.org

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