“Every life is worth loving and remembering always…”
These poignant words are inscribed in stone at the entranceway to the picturesque Glenwood Cemetery. This peaceful site is a final resting place for thousands of early settlers and their descendants who cleared the land and shaped our history. Today their legacy endures in street names, historic homes and buildings, and in small and great deeds that marked lifetimes of endeavours.
2015 Jazz in the Stone Chapel - Saturday August 15 at 10:00 to 12:00
Musicans Jodi Proznick on bass and Perry White on saxophone.
Community Supports Jazz in the Stone Chapel at Glenwood Cemetery
The razzle dazzling sounds of beautiful music filled the quaint Stone Chapel at Glenwood Cemetery. Once again there was an overflowing crowd for a PEC Jazz Festival satellite location. Featured were bassist Jodi Proznick and Perry White on the saxophone. The chapel doors were wide open as the beautiful music resonated in the building and throughout grounds for all to enjoy. The stone chapel looked spectacular with gorgeous plants and flowers provided by Lockyer’s Country Gardens. Glenwood Cemetery appreciates the support of Elizabeth Crombie who generously sponsored the musicians for the event.
Photo (Group) left to right standing inside the Stone Chapel: Brian Barlow, PEC Jazz Festival; Rod de Courcey-Ireland, Glenwood Board Member; Elizabeth Crombie, Royal LePage; Jodi Proznick, Bassist; Perry White, Saxophonist and Sandra Latchford, Glenwood Chair of Board of Directors.
Photo (Musicians) left to right: Jodi Proznick, Bassist and Perry White, Saxophonist
Photo of chapel during Jazz Festival