July 21, 2018 – Saturday – summer picnic at Crossings Park in Colonie.

Join the Capital District Parkinson’s Support Group for our Summer Picnic.

Date: Saturday, July 21
Time: 12 noon until 3:00 pm
Place: The Crossings Park, Colonie
RSVP requested by July 14th

There will be no “regular” Thursday meeting in July.There is no charge to enter the park and there will be no charge for the picnic. The facility has ample parking nearby and  a covered,,wheelchair accessible, pavilion with picnic tables There are wheelchair accessible bathrooms on level ground a short distance from the parking lot and pavilion. Friends, relatives, children, grandchildren and leashed dogs are also welcome.

We will provide hamburgers, sausages, hot dogs and a vegetarian option that will be grilled for you. Buns, condiments and water will be provided but please also bring your own preferred cold drinks.

We are asking attendees to bring appetizers, salads or desserts to share.

Bring the following to share with 4 – 5 people:

If your last name begins with …
A – D bring Appetizers– e.g. dips, crudités, chips
E – L bring Potato or other starch based salad
L – P bring Green salads e.g. coleslaw, Greek salad, tomato & onion etc.
Q – Z bring Desserts e.g. fruit, cookies, cake etc.

A number of fun activities are also being planned.

Reserve your seat at the picnic no later than July 14th with  this online form

or send an email to  iwing5082@hotmail.com with your name, number of people attending and what you will bring.

You can order a custom-made t-shirt to wear at the picnic for $15.  Quantities are limited.  Reserve yours here.


GPS to the entry to the Crossings Park on Albany Shaker Road:

580 Albany Shaker Road, Loudonville, NY 12211


Directions to the picnic:
Starting from the corner of Wolf Road and Albany Shaker Road (exit 4 on Northway)​
Go east on Albany Shaker (towards Albany).

In .5 mile take first exit of traffic circle to stay on Albany Shaker

In .4 mile turn right into the Crossings Park

Follow park road for .6 mile to end of road at parking circle.

You can see pavilion from there.
For more information about our group and about Parkinson’s visit our website at www.cdparkinsons.org