** IMPORTANT UPDATE - POSTED 4/6/20 **
Hanover Day 2020 has been canceled
We're sorry to report that the COVID-19 Coronavirus situation has resulted in the cancellation of Hanover Day 2020. There's too much uncertainty to make commitments for June 27th, and we just don't know where life will be as we get closer to that date. We're grateful for everyone's support, and we're looking forward to a blockbuster event in June of 2021!
** We will be updating the remainder of this site in the coming days to reflect the cancellation, so you may encounter pages that look like things are still happening. Unfortunately, the at this time all events are canceled. Thanks for understanding! **
DO YOU WANT TO VOLUNTEER
FOR HANOVER DAY 2020?
You're invited to join the volunteer committee that organizes
Hanover's annual festival of fun!
Here at the meeting dates, all to be held at 7 p.m.
in the Conference Room inside the main office at Hanover High School:
Monday, March 23
Monday, April 6
Monday, April 27
Monday, May 11
Monday, May 18
Monday, June 1
Monday, June 8
Monday, June 15
Monday, June 22
There's always room at the table for new faces and new ideas!
Do you have fundraising skills? An interest in arts, music, or event planning?
We work hard and we have fun.
If you can't attend, send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org
and we'll keep you updated!
Ten thousand more reasons to love Hanover Day 2019!
The highlight of Hanover Day is the McGee Toyota Fireworks Show, made possible through a generous donation by McGee Toyota of Hanover, a family-owned business that has been serving the community for more than 40 years. Rob McGee, shown presenting his $10,000 donation to Hanover Cultural Council past chair Karen Cass, stepped up as the premier sponsor six years ago, and helped create a fun show that everyone looks forward to each year. This year’s fireworks start at 9:00 on Saturday night, June 22!
The Hanover Cultural Council is a local agency funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.