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Love - and The Hunterdon Harmonizers - Are in the Air


FLEMINGTON, NJ – It’s become an annual tradition in Hunterdon. For some, it wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day without a Singing Valentine from the Hunterdon Harmonizers.

The Hunterdon Harmonizers offer the Valentines to wives and husbands, daughters and sons, girlfriends and boyfriends, grandmas and grandpas, aunts and uncles.

Then there are customers, clients, cousins, your teacher, your barber, your boss, your doctor, your dentist ... you get the idea!

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The Harmonizers deliver the Singing Valentines just about anywhere. That includes in homes and workplaces, at schools and colleges, at restaurants, diners, stores, banks, businesses and hospitals.

They’ll go wherever you’d like to surprise someone, or even just to make them blush a bit.

There’s really nothing else quite like it. When the Harmonizers serenade your Valentine, everyone within earshot gets to enjoy the a show.

Singing Valentines are available Sunday, Feb. 12 and Tuesday, Feb. 14.  Other dates are available by request for a small additional fee.

The Singing Valentine is presented by a Hunterdon Harmonizers Quartet, dressed in red and white tuxes. Each Valentine includes two great love songs performed in perfect Barbershop Harmony, a floral remembrance and a personalized Valentine.

For reservations, call 908-806-NOTE (6683) or visit the Harmonizer’s website.

Singing Valentines can be delivered anywhere in Hunterdon County and surrounding areas.

If you order by Feb. 8, the cost is $50 and up. After that, the cost is $60 and up.  

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