The Transition Network

Welcome to the NEW YORK CITY Chapter 

We are women “50 and forward” who are actively exploring the many new challenges, interests, and opportunities available to us. TTN is a national organization, founded in New York City.
 

Even during these difficult times, the women of TTN-NYC are developing imaginative ways to be together and support each other. We moved our cultural tours, informational and author events, workshops, peer groups and mingles to a virtual online experience, and currently offer a mix of in-person and virtual activities that still keep us together and supporting each other.

 

Fashion Expertise for Women Like Us, at Nordstrom's

 

In- person Event 

Wednesday, November 10, 2021
Time:
5:00 - 6:30 PM
Location: Nordstrom, 225 W 57th Street, 2nd floor, (between 7th and 8th Avenues)
Members: $30
Restricted to members only

Please join us at Nordstrom's flagship here in Manhattan. Demonstrations and stylist advice will guide US on how to keep OUR wardrobe relevant and current in today's fashion climate.
Now that we are starting to get out and about, Nordstrom's clever stylists will help us to look our best!

Enjoy a glass of wine as you hear about the latest trends for women who like staying on top of fashion.  There will be a raffle for a meal for two at Nordstrom's restaurant and a store tote bag.  MORE

 



TTN Member Member Spotlight - 
Marjorie Levine's New Book ROAD TRIPS 
 A Hauntingly Lyrical Nostalgic Journey

Marjorie J. Levine wrote her first story, "The Long Wait," at the age of nine. She is greatly nostalgic and believes life's journey can be as beautiful as a memoir unfolding in an old silent movie. She is a standup comic, an actor, a blogger, an internet broadcaster, and poet. In June 2021 she published ROAD TRIPS a masterful debut collection of poetry divided into four parts. MORE INFO



Create your own TTN experience.....       


 Join our  SPECIAL INTEREST and PEER  Groups
 Register for the innovative CARING COLLABORATIVE  
Sign up for our dynamic TRANSITION WORKSHOPS for personal and professional development
Explore our EVENTS CALENDAR where TTN women and guests
find great ways to socialize, share ideas, learn new things, and make
new friends.

Make a COMMUNITY IMPACT by connecting with opportunitiesthat use your personal and professional skills.

Peruse our monthly NEWSLETTER

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By our members

New York City Chapter








Slowly but surely, in fits and starts, New York is coming back to life. Restaurants are re-opening, concerts are playing in the parks and the streets are no longer deserted. In this issue we will explore ways we are returning to joyfulness. Sally Dougan describes a TTN walk through the park, Nancy Gold describes moments of joy and collectively we have compiled a list of recommendations from TTNer’s as they begin to emerge from this frightful time. Read on and enjoy the summer.Read the full article








Along with the change in temperature that summer brings, it’s also bringing a change in lifestyle as we slowly approach a “new normal.” However, while some of us are raring to get out there and restart our prior lives, we need to be aware that some of us are not quite ready to take that step or be able to due to certain health issues that make us vulnerable.

Also remember that the Caring Collaborative is here for you. We are exploring ways in which we can safely re-introduce some of the in-person assistance we had provided pre-covid and will let you know soon when those activities can resume. Meanwhile, enjoy the great weather and stay healthy!Read the full article

It’s time for the first days of glorious weather, for peonies and roses and many ways to connect with the vibrant women of TTN NYC.

It’s time for renewal. Through the challenges of the past year, TTN has been with us, keeping us connected, engaging us with fulfilling activities and lifting our spirits. Just as each of us are renewing and restarting, so is TTN NYC. Our all-volunteer organization is seeking “a few good women” to fill openings in key leadership positions.

In the articles that follow, Joyce Grossman highlights the benefits of becoming a TTN leader, drawing on the experiences of current and past leaders. Nancy Gold challenges us to think about situations when we are excluded and asks for our comments. Joan Menschenfreund writes an ode to the meaningful connections TTN women make, describing how friendships made by a group of outdoor diners will move into Spring. Learn how Sally Dougan turns flowers into art and check out her “In Case You Missed It.”Read the full article


Learn More About The Service Collaborative.Read more...



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