Jazz & Gospel collection returns to Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens

For four Sundays in February, between the tropical crops and greater-than-lifestyle art pieces of the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, guests can bask in the melodious glow of jazz and gospel musicians — from a crooner who can replicate the unmistakable Louis Armstrong to a chorale whose harmonies reach the soul.

Jazz & Gospel in the Gardens is back by well-known desire, honoring Black Background Month at the West Palm Seashore home of sculptor Ann Weaver Norton, from 1 to 3 p.m. beginning Sunday.

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“It really is an exceptional departure for men and women in a annoying time,” explained Margaret Horgan, handling director of the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. “It offers a quite tranquil practical experience for every person that I assume men and women could use.”