This eclectic local band has toured throughout America playing their original roots music. Their music ranges from upbeat rock ‘n roll to country ballad to soulful jazz. They have released 3 full-length albums, and always bring a toe-tapping performance.
Info @ www.thegrassgypsys.com
Playing in plain view of their namesake, Medfield’s “not-your-average” cover band plays hits from the 80’s to the 10’s with fresh energy and enthusiasm. No performance is the same as Route 109 and musical guests creatively mix indie ballads, Euro-pop fever and classic songs for a summertime feeling that brings you back to college days.
Info @ www.facebook.com/route109
The KCS Funk Collective is comprised of jazz musicians playing the kind of popular music horns play best – funk. Fun and entertaining favorites from bands like Stevie Wonder, Tower of Power and Earth Wind and Fire are fun for the whole family. Comprised of local jazz artists, The KCS Funk Collective is your very own version of KC and the Sunshine Band with a modern twist and jazz influence.
Info @ www.keithcurbow.com
The Jeri Bergonzi Quartet pays homage to jazz great Shirley Horne in a tribute highlighting her arrangements of the great American songbook. Enjoy an evening of old chestnuts like “East of the Sun”, “Come Fly With Me” and “You Don’t Know Me”.
One of Metrowest’s favorite family acts. Their catchy original music has garnered awards from the Parents’ Choice Foundation and Creative Child Magazine, as well as airplay on Sirius XM’s Kids’ Place Live and children’s radio programs across the country. Adults and children alike will sing and dance to their favorite Stacey Peasley songs.
Info @ www.staceypeasley.com
A local Celtic band, Songs for Ceilidh, pronounced “Kay-Lee”, blends Celtic classics with Cape Breton inspired originals. They’ve shared the stage with “The Glengarry Boys” and “The Town Pants”. Their name says it all, ceilidh, a high energy, foot stomping party!
Info @ www.songsforceilidh.com
Discover Medfield Day is our Premiere Event. The Event consists of over 150 booths highlighting Medfield businesses and organizations. To add to the fun, we have an entertainment stage and Kids’ alley filled with rides. This is the social event of the year for Medfield residents, now in it’s 39th year. Additional Medfield Day Information
rain or shine – no postponement date
Friday, December 1, 2017 in Baxter Park. Come downtown and join the fun!
A drawing will take place to pick several children to dress as elves and ride on Santa’s sleigh in the Holiday Parade the next day. MEMO’s Joy to the World singing contest winners will be featured singers on stage!
M.E.M.O.’s Holiday Parade will be marching down Main Street on Saturday, December 8, 2018. The parade will start at the high school/middle school and wind its way up South Street to Route 109 and down Park Street. Be there to see the Medfield Girl Scout troops of all ages march in their costumes. The parade will feature the Medfield Fire Department along with the High School Marching Band. And best of all – guess who is at the end of the parade!
Enter our elf contest to ride with Mr. and Mrs. Claus on Santa’s sleigh. The contest and drawing will be held during the Tree Lighting on Friday December 7th.