Nestled between two early March snow storms, Harmony Hall-Jacob Sloat House was filled with the warmth of good food, good friends and good times. As they say in New Orleans, “Laissez les bon temps rouler!” And boy did the good times roll in Sloatsburg.
Guests were treated to traditional Cajun cuisine amidst a most vibrant Mardi Gras décor. One of the many guests, who adorned Mardi Gras' purple, green and gold colors, remarked, “This is the best jambalaya I have ever tasted.
The warm and welcoming Astro Dice Advice by Marianne gave many a glimpse of things to come. Rogo's slight of hand and card magic left everyone wondering, how did he do that?
The crowd was dazzled by the sultry voice of singer Ugochi Nriaka crooning out favorites like Etta James’ “At Last.” The ERAM Jazz band transported everyone right to Bourbon Street.
Special thanks go out to Finks BBQ, Costco, BJs Warehouse, Rockland Bakery, Dennis Trotter, Marianne Carroll, Roger Bressack, Ugochi Nriaka, Marilyn Dizon and the ERAM Jazz Band, and the Friends of Harmony Hall Board of Trustees. Their generous donations of food and talent made this restoration fundraiser possible. It was an incredible night which will live on in our hearts for a long time. Happy Mardi Gras everyone!