Free Books and Face Painting at Foxy Doxies Concert Sunday

Photo of musical trio wearing fox ears

Show Now Scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 22 at 2 p.m.

Tree House Books will be offering free books to kids, and a face painter will be available, when the Foxy Doxies play live at Hansberry Garden on Sunday, Oct. 22 at 2 p.m. The show, to be held in our beautiful outdoor amphitheater, is free, although donations to defray costs will be gratefully accepted.

The Foxy Doxies offer whimsical, family-friendly educational music for children of all ages.

Philadelphia’s premier tongue-twisting nonsense band, the Foxy Doxies have played in venues such as the Free Library of Philadelphia, the Please Touch Museum, Bartram’s Garden, and a variety of festivals in the Philadelphia area. Their signature performance is a musical adaptation of a Dr. Seuss book that they call “Foxy Doxies’ ‘Fox In Soxies.'” Other silly songs incorporate tongue-twisters old and new; tunes about dogs and bees are also part of their repertoire. Follow on and check out a few recordings at The Foxy Doxies BandCamp page.

In case of inclement weather, the Foxy Doxies will play at the Weavers Way Germantown Outreach Office at 326 W. Chelten Ave.