Main Street Arts hosts Carrie Ferguson
Carrie Ferguson

Main Street Arts hosts Carrie Ferguson

SAXTONS RIVER — Main Street Arts (MSA) is proud to present Northampton, Mass., musical artist Carrie Ferguson with The Grumpytime Club trio in an outdoor concert in Saxtons River on Sunday, June 26, at 6 p.m.

Ferguson describes her original music for children and their parents as “creative, positive, upbeat, and catchy as cake!” She says her recent album, The Grumpytime Club, offers children and families welcoming and inclusive messages about accepting feelings, celebrating differences, and loving themselves exactly as they are.

As a queer and gender nonconforming artist, Ferguson says her goal is to inspire listeners to to use their inner strength to celebrate and show up for themselves, other people, and the world in general.

Ferguson's music has won numerous awards, including first prizes in the New England Songwriting Competition for “Tavi's Song” and The Grumpytime Club, and a Gold Prize for “Tavi's Song” in the Mid-Atlantic Songwriting Competition. Her songs have been featured on radio stations internationally.

Besides writing and performing, she is a musician/songwriter in residence with Piti Theatre, and teaches piano and songwriting. Learn more at

The concert will be held on the lawn of MSA's historic building at 35 Main Street in Saxtons River. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring chairs and a picnic. The concert will move inside in the case of inclement weather. Refreshments will be available for sale.

Tickets are $10 for adults, and $5 for children 12 and under, with a family max of $20. They are available at the door and in advance at

Main Street Arts is a catalyst for arts and community, fostering creative expression through artistic experiences, accessible to all. MSA's building and theater space is located at 35 Main Street in Saxtons River, VT.

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