Did Judy Garland steer us wrong?
The pot o’ gold isn’t OVER the rainbow.
It’s at the END!
Let’s celebrate St. Patrick’s Day anyway. Old-school.
Rainbow Seniors Potluck
Tuesday, March 21 at noon
First Congregational Church of Williamstown
Corner of Route 2 and Chapin Hall Road
Rainbow Seniors will supply a hunk of corned beef.
Maybe others will contribute corned beef too?
Maybe people will bring cabbage or boiled potatoes?
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.
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.
2nd floor conference room
Saturday, January 7
2 pm – 4 pm
The rainbow is a perfect symbol for the month of December with its many holidays, and whether you celebrate Christmas, Kwaanza, Hanukkah or the birth of Apollo and Artemis, we are going to have a festive party on Tuesday, December 20 from Noon to 2pm at the First Congregational Church meeting room in Williamstown. It’s a potluck event, so cook up something special to bring and share at our family buffet.
If you haven’t joined us before, the First Congregational Church of Williamstown is the large white church on Route 2, with free parking in the rear. Use Chapin Hall Drive which runs alongside the church to access. Be sure to remember your parking permit for the dashboard, or if you need one, pick one up at the church office so you are not ticketed.
Ideas: past, present and future
We will also be looking for some ideas on things to do and speakers to invite to our meetings in 2017, so be sure to bring your ideas and suggestions as well. We need them to be sure our gatherings represent the diversity of our members.
In the past we have done things like a day in the deep woods, a June Pride Dance, trips to performances at Jacob’s Pillow, Barrington Stage Company and the Williamstown Theatre Festival, as well welcoming special guests from the worlds of politics, entertainment and the social services to speak at our meetings.
To keep up to date we have an e-mail list that keeps us in contact with each other. To have your name added, or for more information, send a note to email@example.com. You can also call Ed at 413-441-6006.