Four Seasons will host ‘Songs of the Seasons,’ a joyful holiday sing-along event to celebrate the legacy of love, family and community in song. The informal, non-denominational sing-a-long extends the inspiration of the 23rd annual ‘Tree of Lights’ with a Dec. 15 gathering on the historic Henderson County Courthouse steps from 2-4 p.m.
‘Songs for the Seasons’ debut extends the joy of the 23rd annual ‘Tree of Lights’ Dec. 6 celebration to the wider community. The public is invited to this event to share in the uplifting wonder of song in inspiring remembrance of their loved ones during the holiday season.
“During the holiday season, celebrating the lives of loved ones lost is a beautiful way to continue a legacy of love, family and community,” says Dot Moyer, board chairman. “As we lift our voices in song, we also lift our spirits, claiming and sharing the joy and peace the holiday season has always brought to our lives.”
As a state leader in hospice and palliative care, Four Seasons Compassion for Life assists thousands of individuals and their families ensure quality experiences during times of serious illness or at end of life.
Refreshments will be offered during the event. In case of inclement weather, the event will be held inside the courthouse.
“We want to share in the affirmation ‘Songs for the Seasons’ offers our community by initiating this annual sing-a-long,” says Chris Comeaux, Four Seasons chief executive officer.
“No matter our backgrounds, we all love the music of the holidays, the liveliness of children’s favorites and the heartfelt sentiment of the carols,” he says. “What better way to share love and the blessings of life remembered than by singing together?”
Four Seasons Compassion for Life hosts ‘Songs for the Seasons’ Sunday, Dec. 15, from 2-4 p.m., on the steps of the historic Henderson County courthouse. For more information, visit www.fourseasonscfl.org.