2018 Community Dinners

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Free Community Dinners

Starting on Friday, January 26th, St. James’ Episcopal Church in Arlington will again be hosting its annual series of four winter dinners that are open and free to all.  A free will offering will be accepted and is contributed to a local community organization to help those in need in our community.  February’s offerings will benefit the Arlington Summer Lunch Program.

It’s Thanksgiving in February at St. James’ Episcopal Church on Friday, February 23rd. Come enjoy a full turkey dinner with your friends and neighbors from 5:30 p.m. until 7 p.m.  This month’s hosts at the second in the winter 2018 series of free community dinners are parishioner Eileen Rice and her colleagues at the Battenkill Valley Health Center.

On the menu will be fresh-roasted turkey, served with gravy, stuffing, potatoes, vegetables and relish, along with beverages and desserts.

 Everyone is welcome to share in a great meal and good fellowship with their friends and neighbors. St. James’, Vermont’s first Episcopal church, is located on Rt. 7A in the center of Arlington across from the town offices. There is plenty of parking, and the church and undercroft are handicapped accessible. Mark your calendars now for the future dinners in the 2018 series, which will take place on  March 23rd  and April 27th;  all are Friday evenings.

No reservations are necessary. For more information, call the church office at 802-375-9952, visit us on Facebook, or check out our website stjamesarlingtonvt.org.