Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Rainbow Seniors

Did Judy Garland steer us wrong?

St Patricks Day 1

The pot o’ gold isn’t OVER the rainbow.

It’s at the END!

Let’s celebrate St. Patrick’s Day anyway. Old-school.

at the

Rainbow Seniors Potluck

Tuesday, March 21 at noon

First Congregational Church of Williamstown

Corner of Route 2 and Chapin Hall Road

shamrock  Rainbow Seniors will supply a hunk of corned beef.

shamrock Maybe others will contribute corned beef too?

 shamrock Maybe people will bring cabbage or boiled potatoes?

shamrock  Or just dump some green food coloring into your tuna casserole.

Whatever we eat will bring us the Luck o’ the Irish

. . . because we will all be together.   

Rainbow Seniors to focus on new and interesting programs for our 2017 meetings

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Help Us Design the Year to Come

Some of the best programs we have had at our meetings came from suggestions provided by the members. (And it was clear right from our very first meeting in October 2015 that the members wanted an interesting program at all our meetings, with or without a potluck.)

So let’s do some brainstorming at our January 7 meeting and see what we come up with.

And while we’re at it, let’s celebrate the New Year over cookies — provided by Rainbow Seniors — and whatever other snacks you’d like to provide.

Berkshire Athenaeum
2nd floor conference room
Saturday, January 7
2 pm – 4 pm
For more information, contact Ed at 413-441-6006 or ed@rainbowseniors.org
(If you’re planning to attend the Four Freedoms rally beforehand, the rally will be held right at Park Square, a block and a half from where we meet. For info on the march and rally:  https://berkshireonstage.com/2017/01/01/berkshires-united-in-support-of-americas-four-freedoms/