gather ‘ga-ther transitive verb
1 : to bring together : collect <to gather a crowd>
Every September, the Inly Parents Group sponsors an all-school gathering of some kind to celebrate being back together for a new school year. Back in the day, it was an international potluck in the old gym (which is now the library). Last year, we were treated to sundaes and stories.
This year, every Inly family is invited to the Meehan Family Artsbarn on Sunday, September 12, from 3:00-5:00 pm to eat some ice cream (yummm) and hear some great music by the local band called, conveniently enough, The Gathering.
According to their web site, “The Gathering is an eight piece band that plays dance music for anyone who wants to have fun. The band is led by Steve Chase and his wife Stephanie (Mamasteph for you in the know) accompanied by their sons Matt on lead guitar/vox and Sam on drums/vox.”
The event is appropriate for children of all ages. The band plays great tunes that will get the kids dancin’ and the feet tappin.’ We’ll start in the barn with the concert, and then move to the upper field for ice cream and Italian ice. At that time, the children can play on the playground or soccer field.
Come for the whole time, or stop by for a little bit—whatever fits into your family life. We’d love to see everybody!