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Kids Music: For the Beach and Back to School



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Late summer is a great time to educate through music with outstanding tunes that serve both the brain and the heart. Just don't forget to hit the beach first (and save the date for the Kids Corner Stage at the Philadelphia Folk Festival)!

Summer's Last Gasp: Kathy's Beach Playlist

“B-E-A-C-H” by Yosi & the Superdads

“A Day at the Beach” by Bari Koral Family Band

“Beach Ball” by Recess Monkey

“Sand in My Sandwich” by Princess Katie & Racer Steve 


Save the Date: Kids Corner Stage at the Philadelphia Folk Festival

My annual Kids Corner Stage at the Philadelphia Folk Festival happens Sun., Aug. 16 at 12:30pm at the Lobby Tent (near the entrance). The lineup features local Kids Corner favorites John Flynn and Caveman Dave along with Ants on a Log and a new project by Barbara Gettes from the band Spinning Leaves.

Next page: New CDs for a schoolhouse rock-out!

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