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Pocket Songs In a Pavilion
3:30 pm to 5:00 pm EDT
Special event for fully-vaccinated people.
We invite our community members who love to sing and are fully vaccinated to join us on Saturday, July 3 from 3:30-5 p.m. for an in-person Pocket Songs group singing experience!
A lively chorus of people from the Upper Valley, New England, and around the world met online to sing “pocket songs” for 46 weeks during the pandemic — songs that supported us as we navigated the times. On July 3rd, we’ll gather for the first time in person, and we hope you’ll join us in celebrating out loud! Patricia Norton will share songs that are easy to learn, yet build in complexity as layers are added. All songs will be taught by ear; no experience or former knowledge needed — just a desire to learn songs with words of healing, celebration, and hope. Some of the songs will be favorites from the online group; some will be new to everyone — and every voice is welcome!
Registration closes 24 hours in advance. Please, no drop-ins.
This special event for people vaccinated against COVID-19 is part of UVMC’s Summer 2021 health protocols. These events are being offered on a short-term basis only with the goal of helping as many people as possible return to in-person music making as soon as possible.
Participants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. We will be singing together without requiring masking or physical distancing. In addition to attesting to vaccination status at registration, participants will be asked to complete a health screening upon arrival, and anyone with symptoms of COVID-19, recent exposure to a case or suspected case, or recent international/cruise ship travel will be asked to stay home. All faculty and staff present will also self-attest to being fully vaccinated. UVMC will not verify any person’s vaccination status and all participants will assume any risks associated with attendance.
UVMC is carefully monitoring the status of the COVID-19 pandemic, and will continue to adjust policies as conditions change.