The song that started it all…..
Hello! I hope you are having a great summer. I’m working hard implementing Arts In The Park programming in Cambridge, teaching Musical Theater/Drama classes at Summer Scene in Framingham and Messy Munchkins Art in Charlestown, and performing all over at festivals, birthday parties, camps, and daycares. If I haven’t seen you yet this summer, I hope I’ll catch you at an upcoming class or show! Read More….
Steve Birch and Marcie have written this song as a gift for Home Away Boston, a charity that provides free lodging to families with children being treated for critical illnesses in Boston. Marcie was fortunate to perform at Kid’s Music Fest, a benefit for Home Away, (co-sponsored by the Charlestown YMCA and Whole Foods).
Lyrics and Vocals by Marcie. Produced by Simpkin. Event photos by Adam LeDuc
Create & Move
Exercise for Artists (Ages 1-4)
Work out your gross/fine motor skills, mental dexterity, and creativity with sensory art; inspired by movement activities! Each class begins with thematic movement games, and music accompanied exercise, leading into a fun craft. Free up your artistic expression, and play with your creations!
Tuesdays @ 9am at H2K Happy Healthy Kids Fitness Studio!
“Thank You so much for coming out and doing music for our families. It was just right, and the kids and adults had a great time. We really appreciate you taking the time and effort to do this! We’d love to do another one in the spring….”
Director of Community Programs, Family Nurturing Center of Massachusetts
Free kid’s music by Marcie on Saturday, January 31, 2015 at The Family Nurturing Center of Massachusetts. 11:15am. Come out of the snow for songs and smiles. Free snacks, a giveaway of children’s books in English, Spanish, and Chinese, and craft tables provided by the Family Nurturing Center.
Glub glub! We explored the ocean deep in Messy Munchkin Art Class with sensory bins and a fish craft. Then we swam underneath the parachute’s waves! The following week we played with magnet and sponge letters in our sensory bins, and crafted the first letters of our names into textured noodle and cereal masterpieces!