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Residents wear green and celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Sonia Lim 18 Mar 2021
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St Patrick’s Day is a global celebration of Irish culture that takes place annually on March 17, the anniversary of the patron saint of Ireland’s (Saint Patrick) death.

Our staff and residents love to embrace the traditions of the day, including the foods, music, dancing, Irish humour and the symbolic green attire.

Our RFBI Moonbi Masonic Village residents and staff celebrated with a green themed happy hour and lots of Irish music, dancing and fun. While our RFBI Goulburn Masonic Village got creative with green desserts, St Patrick’s themed puzzles and games, and green décor. Residents and staff alike wore green to celebrate.

In Basin View, staff and residents enjoyed a photo booth so they could snap a picture of them dressed in green, munched on some tasty green iced cupcakes and green jelly, shared their favourite Irish jokes and participated in a fun Irish trivia quiz.

In RFBI Bathurst Masonic Village, staff and residents celebrated the day by wearing their favourite green attire, eating green iced cupcakes and enjoying the Irish traditions. Our receptionist, Kate, is Irish and was able to share those traditions with us, which was amazing.

It was a fun day for all, and we loved seeing everyone getting creative with their green wear. For more news from our villages click here.

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