Kids concert at 2PM on 4/26

This from Lowell Mason House Foundation –

Stacey Peasley Kids Concert
The popular Stacey Peasley will be performing this school vacation week in Medfield


Dale Street School Auditorium
45 Adams Street
Medfield, MA 02052


April 26, 2014 Saturday, 2:00pm


$10 Adult, $8 Child
Purchase online at or at Park Street Books

Bring the kids to a fun concert just for them at Dale Street School this Saturday during school vacation week.

Stacey Peasley has been entertaining families in the Boston area since 2008. In that short time, she has won the Creative Child Magazine 2012 Top CD of the Year Award, the 2011 Parents’ Choice Recommended Award, the 2010 Nickelodeon Parents Connect Parents’ Pick Award for Best Party Entertainer, and her music has been heard on radio programs nationwide, including Sirius XM’s Kids Place Live.

Her talent and love of children has connected with families, and she has gained a loyal following in the Metrowest area! Stacey performs at many events including preschools, fundraisers, and birthday parties, and has been a part of premier local events including Boston Greenfest, Boston Medical Center’s HalloweenTown and Halloween Fest, and the Fenway Park Entertainment room for the children of the uniformed players!

She has played notable venues including The Regent Theater, Coolidge Corner Theater, The Center for the Arts in Natick, the Amazing Things Arts Center, and the Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks and Musikfest in Pennsylvania.

May School Library Journal says, “Peasley’s style is joyful, playful, and inventive. These will become a favorite of the preschool set during rest and play.”

Tickets for this fun concert are $10 for adults and $8 for children.  If you are bringing more than 2 children, there is no charge for the 3rd or more children.   Tickets can be purchased online at, Park Street Bookstore at 504 Main Street, Medfield or at the door.

About the Lowell Mason Foundation

Lowell Mason (1792-1872) was born in Medfield, Massachusetts and is considered the Father of Music Education in America  He was instrumental to introducing music as part of the regular curriculum to America’s public schools as well as professionalizing the teaching of music.  The Lowell Mason Foundation was formed in 2010 by a group of concerned Medfield citizens and music educators after it was learned that Lowell Mason’s birthplace had been sold and was slated for demolition.  In one year the group successfully moved the house to safety, which occurred on April 19, 2011.  The Foundation continues to raise funds to restore and expand Lowell Mason’s birthplace for use as a historic, cultural and educational site.

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