NHGMC’s 25th Silver Anniversary is underway and our exciting anniverary events keep rolling on through the end of June, 2023! We want you, our wonderful friends and fans, to celebrate with our Chorus family.
Upcoming Exciting Anniversary Events
- 25th ANNIVERSARY KARAOKE PARTY – SUNDAY, APRIL 2: By popular demand, we’re throwing another Anniversary Karaoke Night at Doogie’s Bar and Grill, from 5 to 9 pm on Sunday, April 2, with DJ Sharon. Open to the public. No cover. All welcome. Bring your friends. Doogie’s: 37 Manchester Street, Manchester NH.
- 25TH ANNIVERSARY CASINO PARTY – APRIL 22: C’mon down to the Ocean Gaming Casino at Hampton Beach, and join us for a night of gaming, food/drink, and celebration in the lower-level function room, beginning at 7 pm. It’s NHGMC performing-arts charity night at the Casino, so the more you play and have fun, the more the Chorus makes in proceeds. Ocean Gaming Casino: 81 Ocean Boulevard, Hampton Beach.
- NHGMC PERFORMS NATIONAL ANTHEM AT FENWAY PARK FOR BOSTON RED SOX PRIDE NIGHT – JUNE 13: Join us on the evening of Tuesday, June 13, as the men of NHGMC take to the field at Fenway Park, Boston, to sing the National Anthem at Boston Red Sox 2023 Pride Night! The Red Sox will honor our Chorus on its 25th Anniversary. For tickets, visit the Red Sox tickets website.
25th Anniversary Spring 2023 Concert Series: Silver Seasons of Love – How Do You Measure 25 Years?
PLYMOUTH: Saturday, May 6, 2023 at 7:30 pm – Plymouth Congregational Church UCC, 4 Post Office Square, Plymouth NH
NASHUA: Sunday, May 7, 2023 at 4:00 pm – First Baptist Church of Nashua, 121 Manchester Street, Nashua NH
NEWINGTON: Saturday, May 20, 2023 at 7:30 pm – Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, 22 Fox Run Road, Newington NH
MANCHESTER: Sunday, May 21, 2023 at 4:00 pm – Derryfield School Performing Arts Center, 2108 River Road, Manchester NH
Advance ticket sales strongly recommended.
At these concerts, we’ll be narrating the origins of our Chorus, as well as many of the most important, tumultuous moments in our Chorus’s 25-year history and in LGBTQ history overall. You won’t want to miss it!
NHGMC “25 Moments” Nostalgia-History Museum
To commemorate our 25th Anniversary, we’ve created and deployed a real physical museum of our Chorus’s history that we’re putting on display at our anniversary concerts, as well as other public venues. This stunningly beautiful museum showcases 25 upright, 8-foot-tall vinyl panels featuring photos and information documenting NHGMC’s most major events and milestones in our history.
Visit our 25th Anniversary Store… Show your pride!
Show your pride for NHGMC’s Silver Anniversary! Click here to shop our 25th ANNIVERSARY STORE for great gear, clothing, and merchandise with our dazzling anniversary logo – shirts, coffee mugs, baseball caps, fridge magnets, tote bags, and more!
Please make a donation to our 25th Anniversary Fund
As a not-for-profit musical group, we rely on donors and sponsors to help fund our Silver Anniversary celebrations and activities. Please, whatever you can afford, help our Chorus family throw the best quarter-century extravaganza ever!
To make a donation, click the DONATE NOW button or scan the QR code below to go to the anniversary online donation site.
Donations are tax deductible! All donors will receive recognition in our concert programs. Thank you!
Thank you for making Our 25th Anniversary Online Auction a great success! Thank you, auction donors!
NHGMC’s first-ever Online Auction last year was a great success! It raised $2500 that will benefit our 25th Anniversary year celebrations. Thanks to all who participated in the auction – and congrats to the winning bidders. We especially offer our heartfelt gratitude to the following businesses and individuals who generously donated items for bidding:
- The Notchland Inn (Les Schoof and Ed Butler)
- Officially Knotted Bowties (Lionel Loveless)
- Able Ebenezer Brewing Company (Chris Clement)
- Phil’s Crafty Creations (Phil Letourneau)
- Route 1 Antiques / The Collector’s Eye (Greg Pruitt)
- TD Bank – Kelley Gelinas
- Gary Finger
- Rick Carkin
- Rob Marino
- Tony Hichborn
- Michael Goss
- Jacob Weisberg
- Stephen Ober
- Michael Rubalcaba
- David Arsenault
- Paul Cioto
- Carol Dullea
- Manuel Asio
- William Zuber III
- Granville Wilkins