Please join us this Wednesday, May 17th, from 6-9pm at our home at 34 Blue Ridge Avenue, Asheville. Bring a dish, a guest, but please leave pets at home. We welcome neighbors, friends, people interested in or involved with end of life work, and colleagues to come together to share a meal and strengthen connections. Meet new people; expand and deepen your community.
Covid Precautions: All activities of the potluck will occur outdoors, weather permitting. We ask that you refrain from coming if you are feeling unwell or exhibiting any symptoms associated with COVID-19 and any of its latest variants. Note that in addition to the familiar symptoms of COVID-19, the rapidly-spreading Arcturus variant can also exhibit “itchy” conjunctivitis—or pinkeye—without pus, but with “sticky eyes”. Masks are encouraged and available to anyone who wishes to wear one.
Parking: While there are a few parking spaces right next to the house, please reserve this for people needing to park close. Please do not park along the driveway or on the grass. Street parking may be available on Blue Ridge Avenue, Mitchell Avenue, or Haywood Road. There is a Baptist Church on the corner of the next street over, Mitchell Ave, and Haywood Road, that has a large parking lot and has offered permission. Haywood Village Apartments next door does not allow parking and will tow.
Accessibility: Reserve a parking space near the house by calling or texting Erik & Gabriel at (828)414-8086. The house itself has a ramp that can be used by people who use a wheelchair to get into the main floor of the house, where restrooms are located and where the potluck is moved in inclement weather.