2020-21 Chapter Programs  

Fall Organ Crawl

October 3, 2020

Greetings NHAGO Members and Friends,
  The Fall season is upon us and that can mean only one thing for the NH-
AGO…organ crawl time!  This year we have a wonderful lineup of instruments and locations for a successful program.  We hope you will consider joining us for this annual tradition.  But before we dig into the event details, we need to briefly discuss our Covid-19 precautions.  As always, we want to ensure your safety and the safety of others.  If you decide to participate, we ask you to RSVP by responding to this email.  This will allow us to determine the size of the group and plan accordingly.  Additionally we ask the following…
1.  Masks are required when indoors.  If you don’t have one, we will provide one.
2.  Hand sanitizer must be used before playing an instrument.  We will provide this as well.
3.  Physical distancing of at least 6 feet must be observed both indoors and outdoors (exceptions for couples/families).
4.  If you have any symptoms of Covid-19 or have been potentially exposed, we ask that you stay home.
5.  This event is open to members of the Guild and Friends of the Chapter only.
If you arrive for the event and refuse to adhere to the above guidelines, we will respectfully ask that you not participate.  Additionally, we will have a designated individual who will monitor and gently enforce adherence to these rules.  I’m sure with a spirit of charity, compassion, and kindness from us all, we will be successful in mitigating the spread of the virus and ensure a positive (pardon the pun) organ crawl experience.
…with that being said, here is the lineup!

Saturday, October 3

10:30 am — Meet at the First Congregational Church, Hinsdale, New Hampshire.  David and Permelia Sears will demonstrate the 1849 Hook for 30 minutes followed by 30 minutes of open console time.  
Address:  36 Main Street, Hinsdale, NH 03451
12:30 pm — Lunch on your own.  We suggest you bring a bagged lunch with you.  There is a beautiful riverside park across the street from the church.  The church has graciously offered to put up a tent if there is inclement weather.
1:30 pm — Travel to the Estey Organ Museum, Brattleboro, Vermont.  Tour begins at 2 pm.
Address:  108 Birge Street, Brattleboro, VT 05301
3:30 pm — Meet at the First Methodist Church, Brattleboro, Vermont.  
Address:  18 Town Crier Drive, Brattleboro, VT 05301
We hope to see you for the organ crawl.  Please email our Dean if you plan on attending.
Adam Peithmann, Dean of the NHAGO

Stay tuned to this page and the newsletter as more events become finalized for our 20-21 program year!   

ALSO,  since National Office is closed down, please don’t mail membership payments into the office,  if you already have, your membership won’t be renewed until the office reopens, which isn’t certain.   Contact our NH-Membership Coordinator for further guidance on renewing your membership if your not in the practice of doing so by digital access.   

COVID-19 resources.  


NH AGO Patrons

Dues alone fall short of Chapter Program

and publicity needs. 

We thank our Patrons for their additional support.  

            Gift Level                  Up to:  

  • Symphony                    Above $500.00
  • Improvisation             $400.00
  • Toccata                         $300.00
  • Prelude and Fugue     $200.00
  • Chorale Prelude          $100.00
  • Anthem                         $50.00
Your donations will be listed on this website, the chapter newsletter, and in all chapter program handouts for the year.   We Appreciate your support.  
The NHAGO is a non-profit 501 (C) 3 organization.  Send donations to:

Ms. Laura V. Belanger, Treasurer, NH-AGO
167 Currier Road
Hill NH 03243