Four Seasons members Frankie Valli and Bob Gaudio have canceled their plans to attend a dedication ceremony at the Maine College of Art on Saturday due to rainy, windy weather forecast for the East Coast.

The pair had planned to attend the dedication of the new Bob Crewe Program in Art and Music at Maine College of Art on Congress Street in Portland. But instead they will send a video greeting, said Raffi Der Simonian, director of marketing and communications for the college.

Crewe, who died in Scarborough in September 2014 at the age of 83, co-wrote many hit songs recorded by the Four Seasons or Valli alone, including “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You.” Crewe is also a supporting character in the long-running Broadway musical “Jersey Boys,” based on the story of the Four Seasons.

Crewe, a New Jersey native, moved to Maine later in his life. His brother, Dan Crewe, came to Maine in 1991 and was a co-founder of the Gateway Mastering Studio in Portland.

The new MECA program and facility being dedicated Saturday is funded by a $3 million gift to MECA by the Bob Crewe Foundation in April 2014. The dedication Saturday is by invitation only.