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Ukulele Weekend Retreat for Women!

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Repeats every day until Sun Jul 02 2017 .
Jun 30 2017 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Jul 1 2017 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Jul 2 2017 - 3:00pm - 5:00pm

This very special weekend retreat includes: pop-up spontaneous ukulele song circles, nightly Grand-Slam Jams with full band, gentle restorative yoga for musicians, Gateless writing salon, intimate unplugged concert with Lisa McCormick, Sacred Ukulele Sunday Morning Circle, introduction to the Note2Self Method of super-charging your music-learning process. Time and space to rest, relax, play, journal, explore the spectacular gardens, meadows and forests on a mid-summer weekend in the countryside. All inclusive: overnight accommodations and delicious healthy home-cooked meals included. Led by Lisa McCormick.

Multiple enrollment and pricing options offered, from one night of sizzling jamming, to a full indulgent all-inclusive weekend. 

Earlybird enrollment discount ends Saturday, June 10.


Hallelujah Farm Spiritual Retreat Center
170 Gulf Rd.
Chesterfield, NH
United States
42° 52' 6.5172" N, 72° 29' 57.4332" W
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