Photo courtesy of Rebecca Stoelinga | Noted children’s performer Rebecca Stoelinga, aka Super Stolie, will perform at Battle Point Park at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 6.

Photo courtesy of Rebecca Stoelinga | Noted children’s performer Rebecca Stoelinga, aka Super Stolie, will perform at Battle Point Park at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 6.

Super Stolie to rock Battle Point

Noted children’s performer Rebecca Stoelinga, aka Super Stolie, will perform at Battle Point Park at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 6.

Stoelinga has been performing and writing music for children since 2007. She is a musician and artist, passionate about teaching children about the Latin culture and Spanish language through her interactive, bilingual music.

Stolie’s shows boast a high level of interactivity for children of all ages and capacities, intertwining nursery rhymes for the little ones with movement activities for the energetic ones and volunteer opportunities for the big kids with parent+child modifications for the shy ones.

Super Stolie has released four albums of original music and performs more than 100 shows each summer.

Visit www.superstolie.com to learn more and RSVP for the show.

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