Monday, December 10, 2012
Daisy Troop #78192 visited the Thomas Upham House, a nursing home in Medfield, on Friday.
On Friday, Daisy Girl Scout Troop 78192 sang Christmas carols to the residents of the Thomas Upham nursing home. Fourteen Kindergarteners dressed as Candy Cane fairies entertained the residents and also presented them with handmade ornaments. "During a meeting, the girls practiced their Christmas carols and also made ornaments to decorate a Christmas tree which we also brought to the Upham House and left there for them to enjoy," explained leader Jennifer Menard. This is the girls' first year in Girl Scouts and they learned that a big piece of being a Daisy is being considerate and caring and making the world a better place, explained Menard. "The girls sang a variety of Christmas carols to a very happy group of Upham House residents," …
Thursday, November 29, 2012
The annual event begin at 7:30 p.m., immediately following the tree lighting at Baxter Park.
One of Medfield’s most beloved holiday traditions is the annual Carol Sing at the United Church of Christ, 496 Main Street, taking place once again on Friday, Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Immediately following the tree-lighting ceremony at Baxter Park, revelers heading down Main Street to the Midnight Madness event will be enticed by the sounds of a brass quintet playing Christmas music in the church lobby. Once inside, listeners will enjoy the UCC Sanctuary Choir singing the season’s finest choral music, including the first local performance of Robert Lehman’s “Carol of the Stable,” composed earlier this year, and a chorus from George Frederick Handel’s beloved oratorio, “Messiah.” The UCC Medfield’s handbell choir, the Chapel Bell Ensemble, …
Monday, November 14, 2011
MEMO will hold a singing contest on Nov. 2 for its annual tree lighting and carol singing, which will be held on Dec. 2.
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Monday, November 14, 2011
Singers are always needed for the annual MEMO tree lighting and carol sing on the first weekend in December, however this year brings a new excitement with a "Joy to The World" singing contest to commemorate Lowell Mason, 1792-1872 – one of Medfield’s most famous sons and the composer of the well known Christmas carol, "Joy to the World." The contest winners, from two categories, will be judged at auditions on Tuesday, Nov. 29. The contest is open to soloists in Grades 1-6 and in Grades 7-12 and duets and ensembles grades 1-12. The auditions will be held in the band room at Medfield High School from 7-8 p.m. All entrants must be Medfield residents, well-rehearsed and registered with written parental permission by the night of the audition…