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Virtual Persona Paper Potluck

I'm taking up Feisty56 's invitation to the (after Googling what a Potluck is, I know the word but it's not a name for a party here in the UK).

Anyway, it make me think of some bunting I saw on Amazon a while ago while I was home schooling my daughter - I ended up not buying it as she went back into mainstream school, but it seems as apt for a Persona Paper get together as it was for teaching her a geography lesson.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bunting-Olympic-European-Championships-International/dp/B007WSOPKO/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid =1442433202&sr =8-11&keywords =flags+of+the+world

These flags are similar to those in my article photo, for the Potluck I'll donate a few strands of this bunting as we're from so many countries and cultures that I think it would be a lovely way to bring us all together immediately.


Image Credit » https://pixabay.com/en/bunting-banner-celebration-802323/ by usameredith

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CoralLevang wrote on September 16, 2015, 7:53 PM

Although the decorations are certainly a welcome addition to the festive nature, what is termed as "potluck" in the US is that everyone brings something to eat to share with the group.
A Potluck Supper. This is not uncommon here, and one finds it a lot at Church socials. The casserole dishes at these types of dinners are quite popular, at least back in the 1960s and 1970s. I'm not so sure today, as I haven't been to a church potluck since the 1980s.

Feisty56 wrote on September 16, 2015, 10:06 PM

I'm so sorry -- I didn't even think about "potluck" being a word not everyone uses. Don't I feel silly now? But heck, I'm glad you took the time to find out what it was. I'm even happier with the bunting -- it's a great idea! Colorful as well as representative of our multi-national community. : )

Paulie wrote on September 16, 2015, 11:47 PM

I think an article photo of flags would be very appropriate. How many flags can you identify?