#1: Pictured is the exterior view of the 150-year-old barn on Gross Creek near Easton transformed into a jazz venue the recent For All Seasons benefit concert.
#2: Pictured left to right are Jennifer Stanley and For All Seasons Board Member Shavonte Lewis.
#3: Pictured left to right are For All Seasons Board Members Michael Flaherty, PhD, and Gary Goldstein, MD.
#4: Pictured is Beth Anne Langrell, CEO, For All Seasons.
For All Seasons hosted a magical evening of jazz music in a 150-year-old historic barn on Gross Creek near Easton. The “Help, Hope, Healing Jazz Benefit” featured cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and dinner, as well as a silent auction in a space transformed by twinkling lights and the soft sounds of jazz. The proceeds raised by this benefit supported the life-saving mental health work of For All Seasons.
Sue Matthews joined accomplished performing pianist Joe Holt and his quartet to serenade guests in this magical rustic setting. Matthews, one of the great vocalists and performers of our time, has appeared in the top jazz clubs, concert halls, and music festivals — both nationally and internationally. Her smooth vocals and infectious vitality have entertained audiences around the world.
“We are so grateful for those who joined us to celebrate mental health, wellness, and resilience, all of which are so important for us to focus on today. After years of not having in-person events, it felt good to gather and acknowledge what we have overcome and the exciting possibilities for the agency ahead,” comments Lauren Weber, Vice President, Philanthropy and Education at For All Seasons.
For All Seasons is your community behavioral health and rape crisis center offering therapy, psychiatry, advocacy, and education to individuals and families, regardless of one’s ability to pay. For further information, visit www.forallseasonsinc.org.