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Save the date! You’re invited to the Sixth Annual Intergenerational LGBTIQA Gathering & Dinner

March 2018 Rainbow Elders Intergenerational save the date photoThe Rainbow Elders of LifePath invite the LGBTIQA community and friends of all ages to their intergenerational annual dinner and interactive gathering.Enjoy a delicious dinner with friends new and old at a gathering of LGBTIQA folks and friends of all ages! The Sixth Annual Intergenerational LGBTIQA Gathering & Dinner takes place on Tuesday, April 17, 2018, from 5-7:30 p.m. at Greenfield Community College Dining Commons, One College Drive in Greenfield, Mass.

Share with others whose lives span the decade. Youth and adults have much to teach one another about our shared journey towards freedom, and deepening personal connections is a great way to do that.

Registration by Wednesday, April 11, is requested. Please visit click here to sign up, or call Lynne Feldman, director of community services at LifePath, at 413-773-5555 x2215 or 978-544-2259 x2215.

There is no charge for this event, but a suggested donation of $10 is appreciated and will be used to cover expenses for this and future Rainbow Elders events. If you can donate more than $10, it will help someone else with fewer resources attend. Any donation amount is welcome.

This is a drug-, alcohol-, and fragrance-free event.

Special thanks to Program Champion Lathrop Communities and sponsoring Advocates: Barton’s Angels Home Health Care, Franklin Community Co-op/Green Fields Market & McCusker’s Market, Rockridge, Victory Home Healthcare, and WestMass ElderCare. Thanks also to Event Collaborator Gen Q of Community Action and Community Partner Franklin County Pride.

LifePath’s Rainbow Elders offers opportunities and information to build connections and find resources to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning, asexual, aromantic, and agender elders, as well as their allies, and educational outreach to agencies, businesses, and the community at large. Rainbow Elders helps people build relationships, give and gain support, grow in knowledge and cultural competence, and advocate for human rights so that everyone can live and age with dignity.

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