Most of us know by now all the great things that the Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier (MHAST) does for our community. I think it's awesome that they do events that are entertaining and benefiting those that need help at the same time. Talk about your win-win.

This event is no exception as The Self Help Independence Project’s (SHIP) Fundamental Follies Theatre Company at MHAST will be performing  “Go ‘n Style” at the Know Theatre, 74 Carroll St., Binghamton.

It's happening on Thursday, October 25th with FREE admission but, as always, donations are gratefully accepted. There will be two one-hour performances starting at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

This short play explores the goals and options facing people involved in recovery programs. According to Follies Director, Ray Feleppa, “We may not always get what we want, but we get what we need at the Go ‘n Style Barbershop and Salon."

They would love to have you join them for this fun play that takes a musical, poetic, and humorous look into the serious business of recovery. Go here to find out more about SHIP and "Go 'n Style."

This year’s performance is dedicated to a longtime friend of MHAST, Patricia Donohue, seen in the picture above from the 2015 show "Slim Shady." She passed away on September 23rd.

MHAST believes in working together to "Make a Difference" and hope you'll come a see the difference they can make in someone's life.

[Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier]