2018 Pot-Luck Cookout

Due to predicted rain, the June 23rd Cookout has been postponed
until July 21st

This year we are hosting the 3rd annual Pot-Luck Cookout for anyone who has been a part of the T’ai Chi classes or someone in the Ta’i Chi world. So if you have taken a class, you are welcome to come to the cookout. T’ai Chi friends are invited as are the people who organize the classes. Get to know some of your fellow T’ai Chi participants. Get to know Jon in his life outside the T’ai Chi classes. Get to know Jon’s wife, Sue. And just have fun.

Here are the details:

Date: NEW DATE! – Saturday, July 21st, weather permitting
Time: 2:00 to 6:00-ish (come and go as you please)
Location: Jon and Sue’s Back Yard – 49 Greenleaf Cir. in Framingham
Who’s invited? If you’ve ever taken a class with me or are involved with T’ai Chi with me, you’re invited.
Can I bring a guest? Sure. Feel free to bring family or a friend.
What should I bring? Feel free to bring any kind of food or drink you like.
Should I RSVP? If you are planning to come, please RSVP using the form below. Please respond by July 14th.

Tell me more about this.
This will be a casual and social get together. While the cookout will take place in the afternoon, you are welcome to come and go as you please. The idea is just to have a fun informal gathering to get to know others better, separate from the focus of learning or practicing T’ai Chi. Last year people from all of the different classes came to the cookout. Hopefully the same will happen this year, so you’ll be able to meet others from various classes, or those who have taken classes in the past, as well.

All this will take place in the back yard and patio amongst the semi-completed gardens and under the towering oaks. (Hopefully, more gardening and landscaping will be done this year.)

Last year we had about 50 people at the shindig and an immense amount of food. It was just a lot of fun.

If you are planning on coming, please fill out the RSVP form at the bottom of the page. (Please RSVP by July 14th.) If you’re not sure what to bring, you can check out a list of what others are planning to bring. (Opens in a separate tab or window.)

A Note on Parking
Framingham has “Odd/Even Parking” which means that on even numbered years (like 2018) you need to park on the even side of the street. Our street, Greenleaf Circle, is a one way street, so when you come down the street, please park on the left hand side of the street. Greenleaf Circle is also a small street. Our driveway is available to park in as is our neighbor’s driveway (the driveway, right next to ours). Please use the driveways if you can to lighten the load on the street.

And if you have any questions, feel free to call me, email me, or contact me by filling out the contact form.