Music of the Season Comes to Sandwich Town Hall

December 2nd - “A Holiday Show with Steve Gregory and Friends”
“A Holiday Show with Steve Gregory and Friends” is December 2nd in Sandwich (Courtesy photo)

As part of Sandwich Holly Days, the Sandwich Arts Alliance brings family, friends and community together in its presentation of “A Holiday Show with Steve Gregory and Friends”, a musical event for all ages, both fun and affordable, at Sandwich Town Hall on Saturday, December 2nd from 7-9 pm.

A Holiday Show, after the Tree Lighting on Friday, is meant to keep the momentum of holiday spirit alive throughout the weekend with sing-alongs and traditional music of the season. Event producer, Steve Gregory will be performing and hosting this delightful collection of holiday music and song along with fellow musicians, family members, student musicians, a ukulele group, and more.

Owner of Score Music Studio, Steve is a very engaging performer known for enticing the audience to join in the merriment. He loves music and transmits that love to the audience. If you have ever been to one of his Uke Fests you know what a rollicking good time Steve produces. The principal players will be Gregory Family, Celeste Howe, the Kim Moberg and Heather Swanson duo on guitar and violin, the Two Cool duo with Eileen Fendler, the John Williams Band and Score’s Adult Musicians Ensemble “The Grown Ups”.

A Holiday Show is an event for all ages showcasing the high quality local talent in a relaxed atmosphere. Imagine sitting in your living room during the holidays having a sing-a-long with top quality talent and friends. It’s a Sandwich community gathering that is sure to put you in the holiday mood.
Tickets, $15, are available online at www.sandwichartsalliance.org or at Splash Stationers, 126 Route 6A, Sandwich.


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