The Stacey Peasley Band concert scheduled for Thursday July 25, 2013 , 6-8pm, will be held outdoors weather permitting or in the library in case of rain. The concert is co-hosted by Beginning Years Child Development Center and New N’Towne. The MEMO Annual Summer Concert Series is co-sponsored by MEMO and Needham Bank.
due to rain. Medfield Public Library to offer a movie at 6:15pm. The movie will be Fern Gully, rated G, 76 minutes long.
The Joy to the World Youth Singing Contest was held Tuesday evening at Medfield H.S. with over 50 contestants auditioning. We hope that all contestants will join us for the singing and caroling from the stage at Baxter Park this Friday beginning. The evening begins at 630 with music from community groups, followed by the outstanding performers at 700 when the actual tree lighting occurs and the community caroling begins. The organizers admire the guts and musical abilities of all those who participated. Difficult as it was, the judges have chosen the following outstanding performers:
Pre-K – 5th Grade:
– Madyson Buchanan, Silent Night
– Sophie Gustafson, Feed the World
– Matthew McGrory, Winter Wonderland
Alana Potts, Let it Snow!
Amy Johanson, My Grown Up Christmas List
– Cheetah Girls, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (Kelsey Quint, Natalia McNeil, Bella Gangemi, Alexandra Lusby, Grace McGowan)
– The Three Kings, The Little Drummer Boy (Eric Plumb, Dylan Hogan, Thomas McGowan)
– The Loose Canons, Carol of the Bells (Anya Conti, Abby Zajac, Caroline Tschirch, Caroline Melville, Niall Matthews, Cara Daybre, Julia Clifford, Kelsey Chatterton, Sophia Bracher, Zoe Anszperger)
Congratulations to these Outstanding Performers. Please arrive before 700 so we can place you in the above order if possible.
Thank you for sharing your talent. Keep singing and bringing joy to the world!
Tim Borchers for Paul Alberta, Lucille Fisher and Margo Nothnagel
MEMO has become a partner in the Medfield Cultural District. Many of Medfield’s businesses reside within the newly formed district which runs from the Peak House to Vine Lake Cemetery and has off-shoots such as Park and North Streets. On September 6th 6pm to 8pm we will have a table outside of the library promoting MEMO and Discover Medfield Day. Stop by and say hi!
Medfield Cultural District Launches New Season of “First Thursdays”
Medfield, MA – Medfield’s cultural organizations will be on hand to launch a new season of “First Thursdays” on September 6, outside the library at the gazebo (or inside the library in bad weather). This event promotes the Cultural District and Medfield’s cultural offerings.
First Thursdays is a monthly event of changing cultural offerings in Medfield. For this event, Zullo Gallery will remain open from 6 – 10 pm with the last week of its exhibition “Four Artists” and continue its popular grilling on the deck. At 6:15 pm, Town Historian Richard DeSorgher and Public Art Consultant Jean Mineo will lead a 45-minute walking tour along Main Street to discuss the poetry installation “Thoughts Are Free” and several historic properties in the District. A brief tour of the Peak House is included. From 6 – 8 pm, cultural leaders from the Dwight Derby House, Medfield Green, Medfield TV, Medfield Historic Society, Medfield Cultural Council, M.E.M.O, Friends of the Library, Vine Lake Preservation Trust, and more, will be on hand to preview their upcoming programs.
6 – 10 pm – Zullo Gallery open with exhibition “Four Artists”
6 – 8 pm – Cultural Group Previews in the gazebo courtyard
6:15 – 7 pm – Walking tour “Thoughts Are Free”, historic homes, Peak House
6 – 10 pm – Library open with Debra Olin exhibition “Every Protection”
The event is free and open to the public.
MEMO’s Summer Concert Series Hitting All the Notes!
Hasn’t this been an outstanding summer so far? We are enjoying another glorious summer in Medfield – and what better way to kick back and relax than with an outdoor summer concert. MEMO’s free concert series has been generously sponsored by Needham Bank. Each weekly concert has a corporate host – be sure to thank all of our sponsors when you visit their establishments.