NO MATTER WHAT . . . YOU MATTER Campaign Kick-Off

NO MATTER WHAT . . . YOU MATTER Campaign Kick-Off
October 6, 2017, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Bartlett Pear at 28 South Harrison Street in Easton
Live music provided by the Choptank Big Band

For All Seasons kicks off Mental Health Awareness Week and the launch of their new suicide prevention campaign, NO MATTER WHAT…YOU MATTER at Easton’s First Friday event. The event is part of the First Friday stroll through the local galleries and shops.
Easton Business Alliance Shopping Week
Sales Benefit For All Seasons
October 7 – 14, 2017
Easton’s business community is supporting Mental Health Awareness Week by donating a portion of their sales on specific dates during Mental Health Awareness Week.

The following Easton businesses will donate a portion of their sales on the following dates:
Bon Mojo Fri Oct 13
Chef and Shower Sat Oct 14
Colonial Jewelers
of Easton Fri Oct 13
Easton Bowl Fri Oct 13
Harrison’s Wines
and Liquors Wed Oct 11
Kiln Born Creations Sun Oct 08
Krave Fri Oct 13
La De Da Fri Oct 13
Levity Thu Oct 12
Lizzie Dee Wed Oct 11
Marc | Randall Fri Oct 13
Nestled Baby
& Child Fri Oct 13
Out of the Fire Thu Oct 12
Rise Up Coffee Tue Oct 10
Trade Whims Fri Oct 13
Vintage Books and Fine Arts Fri Oct 13

Additional Sponsors include:
Acme
Ashley Insurance
Bartlett Pear Inn
Choptank River Big Band
Doc’s Downtown Grille
Easton Business Alliance
Easton Pizzaria
Hair of the Dog
Laser Letters
QATV
Talbot Mentors
Tidewater Inn
Ed & Beth Anne Langrell
Diane Flagler
Mary Wittemann & David Urbani
Westphal Jewelers

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Heart & Music: Music from the 60’s & 70’s

Join us for year seven of “Heart & Music” presented by the Behavioral Health and Rape Crisis Center at For All Seasons, March 9, 10, 11, & 12 at the Oxford Community Center.

Director Ed Langrell and music director Amy Morgan are bringing back the 60’s theme and turning the corner into the music of the early 70’s for a show filled with grooviness, smooth tones, cool dance moves, and rockin memories from two eras of great songs and lyrics.

Join the cast and crew for a show packed with fun, talent, and entertainment when “Heart and Music” opens with the Gala Celebration, Thursday March 9, co-starring a delicious dinner catered by Occasion Catering, culminating in the musical tribute to the 60’s and early 70’s. Gail Aveson, Randy Bachand, Jane Copple, Katie Cox, Matt Folker, Marcia Gilliam, Bill Gross Malley Hester, Beth Anne Langrell, Ed Langrell, Lisa Roth, Zack Schlag, Heather Scott, John Swann, Joe Tyler, Becca Van Aken, and Ricky Vitanovec.

Kick back to songs by Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, The Beatles, Ashford & Simpson, John Fogerty and more. The band will be rockin with piano by Amy Morgan, trumpet by Ed Justice, saxophone by Dawn Dieter Steward, percussion by Shelby Clendaniel, rounded out by the smooth sounds of bass guitar by Matt Bair and trombone by Tony Settineri. Stage manager is Sally Woodall, lights by Amber Vitanovec, sound by Michael LeCates at Mid South Audio, and  choreographers Katie Cox and Annie Pokrywka.

Tickets for the Gala are $125.  Show only performances, $20 for adults and $10 students, are Friday and Saturday, March 10 and 11, at 8pm and at 2pm on Sunday, March 12. Call 443-258-2130

 

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What is ‘behavioral health’?

On the For All Seasons, Inc. logo, front and center, we identify ourselves as a behavioral health and rape crisis center. But if asked about the services we provide, our clients might say that we provide mental health care and rape crisis services. ‘Mental health’ is a term that most of us are familiar with, and can comfortably use in a conversation. Every week we see statistics about our mental health care in the US, and we hear reporters talk about mental health in America whenever tragedy strikes. But more and more organizations talk about ‘behavioral health’ instead.

So what is behavioral health, anyway?

Carolinas HealthCare Systems provides us with a great definition: “Behavioral health is a term that covers the full range of mental and emotional well-being – from the basics of how we cope with day-to-day challenges of life, to the treatment of mental illnesses, such as depression or personality disorder, as well as substance use disorder and other addictive behaviors.”

So when you see ‘behavioral health’ under the For All Seasons, Inc. logo, then you know we are going beyond mental health in our care for you.

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