Harmony Festival brings together Peterborough Community.

A media release from my friend, Greg Roy, of Dub Trinity:

2nd Annual Harmony Festival takes place this Saturday, July 23rd.

The Pavillion at Nichols Oval Park is again the site of the 2011 Harmony festival that takes place this Saturday, July 23rd at 2 pm. The festival is free and is intended to promote community. Families are encouraged to come out, bring a picnic and blanket, lots of water and a frisbee or soccer ball. There will be free music all day with the like of Bobcajun Cajun songs and music, Nhapitapi Zimbabwe Mbira band, The Chris Collins Trio and Dub Trinity Reggae band. Also there will be some drumming in between sets and expect some surprises as well. Music starts at 2pm and goes until sunset. The Night Kitchen Pizza on Hunter Street West have kindly helped out with expenses. Hope to see everyone there to share in the fun and dance.

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