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When: Apr 23, 2019 8pm in Greenfield, MA
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Rainbow Quiz Show: Seventh Annual LGBTIQA Intergenerational Gathering & Dinner

Rainbow Quiz Show: Seventh Annual LGBTIQA Intergenerational Gathering & Dinner Enjoy a delicious dinner with friends new and old at a gathering of LGBTIQA folks and friends of all ages! Share with others whose lives span the decades. 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.  This year we have a special quiz show activity planned--you don't want to miss it! Registration by April 18 is requested.  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... The Arbors and Rockridge. Thanks also to Event Collaborator Gen Q of Community Action and Community Partner Franklin County Pride. Please click here to learn more about the Rainbow Elders Group and to sign up for the newsletter. *LGBTIQA : L=Lesbian, G=Gay, B=Bisexual, T=Transgender, I=Intersex, Q=Questioning & Queer, and A=Asexual, Aromantic, Agender & Allies We're asking for a $10 suggested donation for this event - more if you can, less if you can't - to help sustain and grow support for LGBTIQA elders right here at home. Did you know? LifePath has been supporting the LGBTIQA elder community with quarterly meals for over 10 years. The first breakfast event took place in June of 2006! Here's a photo from that very first gathering. Since 2006, Rainbow Elders efforts expanded to offer additional support beyond meals, with annual intergenerational and educational events, and the momentum has picked up even more in the past several years. Where are we now? We continue to offer quarterly meals and social events, with a breakfast in the winter and a picnic in the summer, plus an intergenerational gathering in the spring and an educational event in the fall. We also offer educational panels in the community and at local businesses and organizations that interact with the LGBTIQA elder population to support community building, support, and understanding. We send representatives to speak at conventions and conferences and act as advocates to ensure civil rights for all. Our quarterly newsletter and additional periodic emails keep our community informed and connected to the happenings and news that impacts our lives. What's next? This is a trying time for nonprofits. Budget uncertainties mean many organizations find themselves bracing for possible cuts to funding and elimination of vital programs. Though the Rainbow Elders receives community support from generous community sponsors, donors, and the Friends of the Rainbow Elders, more than 75% of the expected costs for 2018 will come from LifePath, a nonprofit agency, directly, at a time when funding streams are narrowing. We want to continue expanding services, but we need your help. We ask for your support to guarantee that the Rainbow Elders have a solid and sustainable foundation to build upon, no matter what tomorrow brings.

When: Apr 24, 2019 5pm in Greenfield, MA

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When: Apr 24, 2019 8pm in Greenfield, MA
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About Greenfield, MA
The Town of Greenfield was founded in 1753 as a town and then later in 2003 as a city. Although a city government, the community wishes to be known as “The Town of Greenfield”.

Visitors are encouraged to visit the Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra as well as the Poets Seat Tower which was named after a long tradition of poets being drawn to the area. There is also the Artspace Community Arts Center or the Greenfield Energy Park where you are able to learn about energy resources or simply relax.

Residents of Greenfield feel it is the sort of town most people dream about as the ideal place to live and raise a family.