Friends of Maple Grove believe a cemetery can have a dual purpose; celebrating and honoring those who came before us and paying tribute to life. Maple Grove today is far more than a traditional non-sectarian cemetery. It is a serene park and center for wild life; it is a place of spiritual beauty and antiquity. It is a haven of 65 magnificent acres for those who wish to walk the grounds in quiet contemplation. But even more, Maple Grove has become a friend to the Queens area, providing educational, cultural and spiritual events for children and adults alike. Continuing its commitment to celebrating life, Maple Grove heralds its fine state-of-the-art Center, offering a host of opportunities for evolving community relationships.
Come celebrate Bastille Day with our newest remote concert. "A Love Song to Paris" with mezzo soprano Mary Kathryn Monday. She will be presenting a delightful program of French Art songs as well and love songs of Cole Porter with backing piano from Christopher Berg.
The program will be uploaded the day of the concert. The video link will be below the day of the concert.
For more information about Mary Kathryn Monday please click on this link. https://www.mkmonday.com/
This concert is dedicated to:
Felix D Berthet b. 29 Nov 1840 in France and died 24 Apr 1902