Season |ˈsēzən| A period of the year characterized by a particular climatic feature or marked by a particular activity, event, or festivity.
Spring rebuilds, Summer sears, Fall wilts, and Winter chills. And just as the earth spins, our time on this planet is marked by a tireless cycle of seasons that, as we age, seem to arrive earlier each year. (Works by Vivaldi, Gershwin, Brackett, and Kosma.)
Originally Commissioned By Maconaquah H.S. — James Byrn, Director.