Mar 15 – Weekly Insider

Luck of the Irish!

Whether you’re Irish or not, come March 17, many around the world partake in the celebration – parades, feasting on corned beef and cabbage and wearing green. According to history.com, St. Patrick’s Day observes of the death of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. The holiday has evolved into a celebration of Irish culture with parades, special foods, music, dancing, drinking and a whole lot of green.

GoRock members certainly got into the Irish spirit – shamrocks being the most popular design. Thank you to the following members for sprinkling a little luck out into the world.


Welcome new members

This week’s new GoRock members are from all over the world – the United States (Ohio, California, Colorado, New Hampshire, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon and Michigan), Canada, United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. We are enjoying the rock creations you’ve added to GoRock.com and can’t wait to see where they will travel! 🌎


Featured member rocks

As we do every Friday, we’re featuring rocks from our GoRock members. Be inspired and paint some of your own rocks!

Once again, we have so many new rocks that have been painted and added to GoRock.com – too many to individually feature here. Here are some of our favorites! (See them all here).

Nice work painters! Not only have you painted some incredible rocks, you’ll be making so many smile with your creations and will have the joy of seeing on a map where your rocks travel!


Rock spotlight

Our GoRock members are seeing on a map where their painted rocks travel and they are notified each time one of their rocks is found. And, as a bonus, these rock finders left a message when they found a rock. Join GoRock and get an ID for your rock to see where your kindness rocks spread smiles.

🐟🐟This rock, Funky Fish, has been on the move in New Zealand. Wonder where it will travel to next?

It’s always exciting when someone finds their very first rock! What a fun first find – such a cool rock!

Coming soon – a special announcement

We’ve been working on some exciting updates to the GoRock.com website and rock finding experience. Stay tuned to our blog and our social channels for details about this exciting announcement!!

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