We kicked things off with a flash protest at the Soldiers & Sailors Monument downtown Nashua. We had signs about vaccine injury, about letting the children breathe freely, anti-mandate signs, etc. There were some haters with potty-mouths screaming obscenities and one busy body that harassed us with his self-righteous anger. On the other hand, there were plenty of people honking and thankful that we were there.
Starting at high noon, we had a great mix of music at the gazebo with Bill Rogers and Marcus Casavant. And as the afternoon unfolded, a few others joined in to the musical offerings. As promised, the afternoon turned out to be a great opportunity to connect with like-minded folks, some good family fun.
The event was hosted by ReBuild NH and Health Freedom NH. Multiple groups were featured and helped to raise awareness in Nashua and make new connections. Have you noticed all the wheels in motion in New Hampshire? As hoped for, many people that were visiting the park wandered into the area to check things out. Our children really enjoyed the park and the connections on the playground, kicking soccer balls, hula hoops, face-painting, and more.
More people are signing up to get active, get involved, raise awareness, and force changes in New Hampshire. Thanks to Bill Rogers, Marcus Casavant, Rise-up NH, VaxChoice NH and so many more people that helped make this event a success.
We got our fill of sun and fun and music and love and hope today. Did you miss it? Stay tuned.