As St. Patrick’s Day celebrations abound, it’s no wonder we think “green” this month. According to M-W.com, there are just as many meanings of “green” as there are shades of the color. The beginning of the “fresh, new” season of spring will find nature “covered by growth or foliage,” making many excited for milder days ahead. Others might have “a pale, sickly or nauseated appearance,” though, as allergies start to kick in. Don’t be “envious” of nature lovers, even if you’re “deficient in training.” Anyone these days can pitch in and “preserve environmental quality.”
At Bay Village we have two events to help you celebrate the “wearing of the green!” First, on St. Patrick’s Day, we will have our own chorus, ENCORE, perform for us in the auditorium at 2:30 p.m. Part of this concert is a sing along of Irish favorites (of course), and we will enjoy some Irish treats, following the concert, to celebrate St. Patrick. Slainte everyone!
On Tuesday, March 18, we will have an educational presentation about the Emerald Isle. Educator Tom Callaghan returns to present for us during the usual Bay Village Institute of Lifelong Learning (B.I.L.L.) time (7:30 p.m.) in the auditorium.