You are invited to an informal opportunity to chat with Sonia Furstenau.
This is being hosted by David Merner in the Great Room of Harborside Co-Housing.
Theme: Chinese New Year
Dress: red is considered lucky, also gold, silver
February 10th is the beginning of the Chinese New Year. We are entering the Year of the Dragon. The Dragon is a symbol of authority, dignity, honor, success, luck, and capacity.
The Year of the Dragon is viewed as a lucky one as it is said to bring the ability to harness intelligence, leadership, and creative pursuits. That seems politically relevant to me and hopeful.
Feeling this will be a powerful year!
Anyone who is interested in meeting Sonia is invited. You don’t have to be Green. Feel free to invite your friends and family.
Please let me know if you are considering attending so I can contact you if there is any change.
You might also indicate if you are interested in car-pooling.
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