*** Flash! The potluck is full! Bear Creek Park limits our attendance, and we have reached the maximum.
We are so sorry if you were unable to register, but we'll try to find a larger venue next year. Meanwhile, watch for the Bazaar, and our annual Holiday Dinner. ***
Our first JASSC Membership Potluck. Good News! This year we were able to coordinate our annual membership event with the student group from Fujiyoshida and they will give a performance as well!! This will be a fun, relaxed, and family oriented event that we hope every member will attend. What’s different? Instead of paying a portion of the usual dinner cost, members will provide side dishes to accompany the BBQ meat entrees. Just a little “out west” for our Fujiyoshida guests.
Click here for a flyer and map.
Sun., Aug. 9, 2015; 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. (It’s reserved until 5 p.m. So you can stay and hang out if you choose.)
Where: Bear Creek Park, Pavilion 4 (wheelchair accessible) maps and directions after the invitation section. The pavilion is next to the parking area as well as a playground.
Bear Creek Regional Park can be reached from Interstate 25, exit 141; west on Highway 24 (Cimarron) to 21st Street; south on 21st Street to West Rio Grand Avenue for Bear Creek Park East, to access Pavilion #4, can be seen from the street
RSVP: Tues., Aug. 3; simply click Register on this page to RSVP
contact Kathy Kidd firstname.lastname@example.org, phone 528-8597
Please Bring: Please bring a dish to share, enough for about 15 people and serving utensil(s). NO DESSERT! It will be provided.☺ There are picnic tables. Bring your portable lawn chair. Have games to play outside?
What JASSC provides: catered BBQ meat—beef brisket, pulled pork, turkey breast; sandwich rolls, soft drinks, water, ice, a sheet cake for dessert.
In addition, picnic supplies, plates, cups, utensils, etc.
Other: If you have a lawn game like lawn darts, horseshoes, etc., please contact Kathy Kidd about bringing them. Can you twirl a rope, do you have one to bring? Share your skills with our Fujiyoshida students and the rest of us. Any other hidden talents, ponies, horses?
Attire: comfortable, Western flair