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Chicago Chapter: Reigniting Your Creativity-Program Introductory Session

Chicago Chapter: Reigniting Your Creativity-Program Introductory SessionMonday, January 18, 2021, 5‑6pm CST
Location: A Zoom Link will be sent when you register for this event. Please save it to your calendar.
Restricted to members and their guests
Registration Deadline: Sunday, January 17, 2021
This event is SOLD OUT!
Members and Guests: FREE
Ever think to yourself, “I wish I were more creative” or “Me, creative? I’m just a business person (or a doctor or a fill in the blank)”. I don’t have a creative bone in my body.”  If so, Reigniting Your Creativity might be right for you.
 
Creativity is often relegated to pursuits that are artistic, such as writing, music or art. Yet creativity is something that we’re all born with, and it’s a skill that you develop and hone over time.  Simply put, creativity is finding new perspectives to create new possibilities and solutions. Creativity can be applied to all aspects of your life, and research shows that creativity increases personal happiness, improves mental health, boosts your immune system and actually makes you smarter.
 
TTN Chicago is offering a 12 session workshop that is designed to help you recover and reignite your creativity. We will use the acclaimed book The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron and meet twice a month on Mondays via Zoom from 5-6 pm CST.  
 
Join us for this Introductory Session on January 18, where we will review the format, basic tools, guidelines, assignments and expectations. 

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TTN January Meeting--Real Life Resilience For Turbulent Times

Monday, January 18, 2021
Time:
6-8 pm
Location: Your own home via Zoom Video Conferencing
Registration Deadline: Sunday, January 17, 2021
Only 2 seats left!
Members: FREE, Guest: $10














These days, transitions are coming at us at breakneck speed. Not only have we had to shift gears into a more COVID-safe life but our assumptions about government, our way of life, and race in this country are also being challenged. Experts are quick to share their best resilience strategies. 

For our January 18 program, the Central Ohio Chapter is drawing on experts we can trust – our own members like you and also our guests– to contribute real-life wisdom during interactive breakout sessions where all of us will share challenges past and present and how we got through them. 

There’s no formal homework for this rich program, but we invite you to think through your own life challenges.

Before the meeting, if you can, watch an inspiring YouTube by researcher Lucy Hone (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWH8N-BvhAw) who tells us how she was forced to apply her own scholarship to a tragic personal situation, and what she learned from it.

Come and spend the time with us on January 18 exploring the resilience that's inside each one of us!



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Santa Fe Event: Fiction Book Discussion: Little Fires Everywhere By Celeste Ng

Santa Fe Event: Fiction Book Discussion: Little Fires Everywhere By Celeste NgMonday, January 18, 2021, 6:30‑8pm MST
Location: Online via Zoom
All Attendees: FREE

This story follows the intertwined fates of a suburban picture-perfect family and the enigmatic mother and daughter who upend their lives. This book explores the weight of secrets, the nature of art and identity, the ferocious pull of motherhood ~ and the danger of believing that following the rules can avert disaster.

 Little Fires Everywhere is now an original drama television miniseries, based on this 2017 novel by author Celeste Ng. Premiering on Hulu in March, it consists of eight streaming episodes starring Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington. A #1 New York Times bestseller, this book has also been named a Best Book of the Year by People, The Washington Post, GQ, NPR, Entertainment Weekly, Amazon, Goodreads and many more. There’s a waitlist at the Santa Fe Library system and inexpensive used copies may be found online.

 



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Washington DC Chapter Event: Dining for Women

Washington DC Chapter Event: Dining for WomenTuesday, January 19, 2021
Time:
7-8:30 p.m.
Location: Online
All Attendees: FREE

Take a vicarious voyage abroad each month and learn about  amazing grassroots organizations that are transforming the lives of women and girls in developing countries. The DC Chapter has formed a Dining for Women giving circle, part of a nationwide organization dedicated to promoting gender equality among societies in Africa, Asia and South/Central America. Using videos and other educational materials provided by Dining for Women, we engage in lively discussions, learn about the countries involved, and enjoy the company of other TTN women who share a passion for improving the lives of women and girls worldwide.


 

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Santa Fe Event: Living Alone During The Pandemic: Committing To Yourself In 2021

Santa Fe Event: Living Alone During The Pandemic: Committing To Yourself In 2021Wednesday, January 20, 2021, 4‑4pm MST
Location: Online via Zoom
All Attendees: FREE

What are your hopes and fears for 2021? What commitments do you want to make to yourself? How will you maintain your commitments to achieve what is most important to you?

We will go deeper for greater insight and a stronger commitment. This will include breathing exercises and a guided journey as decided by the group.

 



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NYC Chapter Event: Yoga to Strengthen and Maintain

NYC Chapter Event: Yoga to Strengthen and MaintainThursday, January 21, 2021
Time:
9:30 - 10:30 AM EST
Location: Online Webinar - Zoom link sent 72 hours prior to event
Restricted to members only
This event is SOLD OUT!
Members: $5
This event is SOLD OUT!
E-MAIL coordinator@ttncaringcollaborative.org TO ADD YOUR NAME TO THE WAITING LIST

Elizabeth Hansen is offering TTN members “Yoga to Strengthen and Maintain.” 

She will discuss why Yoga can be so beneficial for older adults who have been inactive during COVID, and offer a sample class.

A TTN member since 2003 and a certified yoga therapist, she has been teaching yoga to older adults in New York City for over 15 years.

Each session will have the same content; please register for only one date.

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Philadelphia Chapter Event: Virtual Tour of Eastern State Penitentiary

Philadelphia Chapter Event: Virtual Tour of Eastern State PenitentiaryThursday, January 21, 2021, 11am EST‑12pm EST
Location: Online via Zoom
Registration Deadline: Friday, January 15, 2021
Members: $5, Guest: $10

Learn more about Philadelphia's Eastern State Penitentiary's history, discover the spaces and stories held within its walls, and reflect on its relevance today.
 

Organized Crime Prohibition Era
Embark on an in-depth virtual exploration of vice, scandal and the struggles Eastern State faced in the early 20th century. This guided program includes a brief overview of Eastern State’s founding principles, highlights organized crime figures who spent time at Eastern State, including “Scarface” Al Capone, and ends with a discussion.
 

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Long Island Chapter Event: WOMEN MARCH

Long Island Chapter Event: WOMEN MARCHThursday, January 21, 2021
Time:
3:30 to 4:30 PM
Location: Zoom
Restricted to members and their guests
Registration Deadline: Monday, January 18, 2021
Members: $8, Guests: $12
ON JANUARY 20, 2021 WE WILL WITNESS HISTORY AS KAMALA HARRIS IS
INAUGURATED THE FIRST WOMAN VICE PRESIDENT.

AFTER WATCHING THE INAUGURATION ON  JANUARY 20TH, JOIN US ON JANUARY 21, 2021  AS THE NEW-YORK  HISTORICAL SOCIETY  PRESENTS "WOMEN MARCH."

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Chicago Chapter Event: Meet Me at the Movies–Home Edition! The Queen's Gambit

Chicago Chapter Event: Meet Me at the Movies–Home Edition! The Queen's GambitThursday, January 21, 2021, 6‑7pm CST
Location: Zoom link provided with registration – Please save to your calendar!
Restricted to members and their guests
Members: FREE, Guests: $5

**Note - you must log in to the TTN Website to register.

Let’s start 2021 off right with a discussion of Netflix’s 2020 hit, The Queen’s Gambit.  This coming-of-age period drama miniseries is based on Walter Tevis's 1983 novel of the same name. Beginning in the mid-1950s and proceeding into the 1960s, the story follows the life of orphaned chess prodigy Beth Harmon on her rise to the top of the chess world while struggling with drug and alcohol dependency. This mini-series has received critical acclaim for Anya Taylor-Joy's performance as Beth Harmon, and for the cinematography and production values. It has also received a positive response from the chess community and is claimed to have increased public interest in the game.



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Boston Chapter Event: Friday Morning Coffee Hour - Why what we wear matters.

Boston Chapter Event: Friday Morning Coffee Hour - Why what we wear matters.Friday, January 22, 2021, 10‑11am EST
Location: Online
All Attendees: $5

In our era of “fast fashion”—with the worldwide clothing industry producing 80 billion new garments annually, and employing one out of six people on the globe—we are more likely than ever before to choose something brand new, low-priced, and made in a developing nation. But the cheap consumer price tag has an enormous cost on the environment and the economy—and it exploits laborers around the world.

Spend an hour with Dana Thomas, bestselling author and veteran journalist, as she explains the damage wrought by our massive clothing industry—and the grassroots, high-tech global movement  fighting to reform it.

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Philadelphia Chapter Event: Evidence-Based Strategies for Coping and Building Resilience During These Unprecedented Times

Philadelphia Chapter Event: Evidence-Based Strategies for Coping and Building Resilience During These Unprecedented TimesFriday, January 22, 2021, 12‑1:30pm EST
Location: Online via Zoom
Members: $8, Guest: $12

Need a little extra inspiration and tools to weather the start of 2021 and promote your own well-being?   

Managing stress during these unprecedented times is challenging.  Just when we were starting to figure out how to live within the confines of the pandemic, cases are rising exponentially and continue to change the way we live.  Instead of primarily focusing on reducing stress, we can aspire to promote and maintain well-being and build resilience.  

With empathy and good humor, Dr. Francine Broder, Clinical Psychologist from the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, will present and discuss evidence-based strategies in recognizing and modifying our own unhelpful thinking, and taking valued action in the service of building resilience. 

~ Posted by the Philadelphia Chapter

                  

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Philadelphia Chapter Event: John Wanamaker and the Iconic Wanamaker Building

Philadelphia Chapter Event: John Wanamaker and the Iconic Wanamaker BuildingMonday, January 25, 2021, 3:30‑4:30pm EST
Location: Online via Zoom
Registration Deadline: Thursday, January 21, 2021
This event is SOLD OUT!
Members: $5, Guest: $10

Are you curious about the beautiful iconic Philadelphia building at 13th and Market Streets that used to be home to the Wanamaker's Department Store? Built by John Wanamaker, it was the first American department store and is home to the largest operating musical instrument in the world! Whether you grew up in Philadelphia or are just curious to learn about this amazing architectural beauty, you will enjoy discovering this special building and what makes it such a Philadelphia treasure!
 

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Santa Fe Event: Monthly Program: The Power Of Intention

Santa Fe Event: Monthly Program: The Power Of IntentionMonday, January 25, 2021, 6‑7:30pm MST
Location: Online via Zoom
All Attendees: FREE

The beginning of the year is a great time to look back at where we’ve been and ahead toward where we’d like to go. Many of us use this time of year to identify resolutions and goals. At our January monthly program Maia Duerr, local author and coach, will show us how to work with the all-important step that comes before this but is often overlooked: Intentions.

Intentions come from the heart and soul – they are rooted in the values that are most important to you. An intention is connected to your life’s purpose and is a specific way of expressing it at a given time in your life. Resolutions and goals are an explicit manifestation of those intentions. We will learn how our goals are more powerful and we are much more likely to achieve them if we back up a step to connect with our deepest intentions.

Please join us for this timely program which will include interactive exercises and guided meditation, and is perfect for anyone who is seeking more awareness of your own truth and clarity as you plan for the year ahead.

A writer, consultant, and coach, Maia Duerr draws on her decades of Zen practice and training in anthropology to create powerful tools for integrating mindfulness into the workplace and in clients’ everyday lives. Through her workshops, online programs, individual coaching, and writing, she has supported people around the world to create work that matters. Duerr has an MA in Cultural Anthropology from the California Institute of Integral Studies and currently lives in Española, New Mexico.

 



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An Atlanta Chapter Event: Where in the World is ATL TTN?

Tuesday, January 26, 2021
Time:
7:00 pm
Location: Online via ZOOM (details will be mailed the day prior to event)
Restricted to members and their guests
Registration Deadline: Monday, January 25, 2021
Members and Guests: FREE
This is a popular event for members from all chapters.  Please join the adventure and learn about a new wonderful location from around the world.    

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NYC Chapter Event: Yoga to Strengthen and Maintain

NYC Chapter Event: Yoga to Strengthen and MaintainThursday, January 28, 2021
Time:
9:30 - 10:30 AM EST
Location: Online Webinar - Zoom link sent 72 hours prior to event
Restricted to members only
This event is SOLD OUT!
Members: $5
E-MAIL coordinator@ttncaringcollaborative.org
TO ADD YOUR NAME TO THE WAITING LIST


Elizabeth Hansen is offering TTN members “Yoga to Strengthen and Maintain.” 

She will discuss why Yoga can be so beneficial for older adults who have been inactive during COVID, and offer a sample class.

A TTN member since 2003 and a certified yoga therapist, she has been teaching yoga to older adults in New York City for over 15 years.

Each session will have the same content; please register for only one date.

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Chicago Chapter Event: The Formula to Find Your Signature Style

Chicago Chapter Event: The Formula to Find Your Signature StyleThursday, January 28, 2021, 5‑6pm CST
Location: Zoom link provided with registration – Please save to your calendar!
Restricted to members and their guests
Members: FREE, Guests: $5
After months of living in leggings and sneakers, we will all want to look and feel good again. A signature style takes the guesswork out of getting dressed. It’s the solution for those who don’t know what to wear or feel all over the place with their outfits or just want to dress better. Join personal fashion stylist Elysha Lenkin as she shares how to find a signature style that expresses who you are and builds personal confidence. Plus, you’ll receive Elysha’s free style guide, 7 Steps to an Incredible Outfit. Get ready to look and feel good again!

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Boston Chapter Event: It's 5:00 Somewhere - A Peek into Prisons in America

Boston Chapter Event: It's 5:00 Somewhere - A Peek into Prisons in AmericaFriday, January 29, 2021, 5‑6pm EST
Location: Online
All Attendees: $5

What we don't know and would never imagine about prison conditions in Massachusetts. (A Peek into Prisons in America)

Learn more about this important issue and what you might do

This is a pivotal time for criminal justice reform in MA because the US Department of Justice (DOJ) recently completed an investigation into conditions in MA prisons and found many ways in which MA violates prisoners' constitutional protections - to such an extent the Boston Globe described the abuses as “tales of neglect and deprivation and human callousness so disturbing as to be unconscionable in a modern prison setting.” (November 27) 

Per the Globe, the DOJ findings could lead to a consent decree overseen by a federal monitor, as recently happened in Virginia, which would be an important hard won reform.



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NYC Chapter Event: CULTIVATING MINDFULNESS with Lucia McBee

NYC Chapter Event: CULTIVATING MINDFULNESS with Lucia McBeeMonday, February 1, 2021, 10‑11am EST
Location: Zoom - details will be sent 72 hours before the meeting
Members: $5, Guest: $10


Start the New Year with a new perspective!

Mindfulness provides powerful skills for coping with stress and for personal growth.

Learn about the benefits of mindfulness practices on physical health, cognition, and general well-being, and experience for yourself a sampling of short mindfulness exercises! 

Every one of us already has the seed of mindfulness. The practice is to cultivate it.
Thich Nhat Hanh


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Long Island Chapter: "Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow"

Long Island Chapter: Monday, February 1, 2021
Time:
4 to 5:00PM
Location: Zoom
Restricted to members and their guests
Registration Deadline: Friday, January 29, 2021
Members: $8, Guests: $12
In honor of Black History Month, let's learn together how African Americans struggled under the racism of Jim Crow.
 

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ELLEN MEISTER, author of LOVE SOLD SEPARATELY, in conversation with author SARALEE ROSENBERG

ELLEN MEISTER, author of LOVE SOLD SEPARATELY, in conversation with author SARALEE ROSENBERGTuesday, February 2, 2021
Time:
3:00 – 4:00 pm EST
Location: Online Webinar - Zoom link sent 72 hours prior to event
Restricted to members only
Members: FREE

TTN-NYC welcomes back author Ellen Meister (who delivered an acclaimed presentation about the life of Dorothy Parker back in May) and now has a fun and delightful new mystery out: Love Sold Separately. Ellen will be interviewed by author Saralee Rosenberg.

Posted by the NYC Chapter

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Chicago Chapter Series: Explore Your Inner World through Mindfulness Practices with Jaci McCarty

Chicago Chapter Series: Explore Your Inner World through Mindfulness Practices with Jaci McCartyTuesday, February 2, 2021 through Tuesday, February 23, 2021, 7‑8pm CST
Location: Zoom link provided with registration – Please save to your calendar!
Restricted to members and their guests
Members: $20, Guests: $40
Mindfulness is credited with benefits that include stress reduction, improved focus and a boost in working memory. In this four week series, you will learn through experience to be aware and conscious of your Mind-Body-Heart-Breath. Discover how to reach a state of inner balance, clarity of mind, calming of body, and experiencing the effects of your breath on your inner state.

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WOMEN IN TRANSITION Workshop

WOMEN IN TRANSITION WorkshopThursday, February 4, 2021 through Friday, February 5, 2021
Time:
1:00 - 3:00 PM EST
Location: Online Webinar - Zoom ID sent 72 hours prior to event
Members: $50, Guest: $70

WOMEN IN TRANSITION Workshop - a TTN Signature Program

A highly interactive virtual workshop on two consecutive afternoons, designed by TTN for women exploring new possibilities, or anticipating or experiencing changes in life or work.

This program will be especially geared towards transitions during the pandemic that is throwing new chaos and anxiety into our everyday lives. 


Posted by the NYC Chapter
 

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NYC Chapter Event: Tracing Your Roots: How to Research Your Family History From Home

NYC Chapter Event: Tracing Your Roots: How to Research Your Family History From HomeThursday, February 4, 2021
Time:
3:00 – 4:00 pm EST
Location: Online Webinar - Zoom link sent 72 hours prior to event
This event is SOLD OUT!
Members: $5, Guest: $10
THE SAME PROGRAM WILL BE REPEATED ON FEBRUARY 18TH
Sign up here 

 
Curious about your Family History?

 Looking for a meaningful project to occupy your time, 
and your mind, while you are staying home this winter? 

You can find a wealth of information about the lives 
of your ancestors and the places in which they 
lived from your own computer. 
 
In an interactive online presentation, the Center for Jewish History’s genealogy librarian will show you tips and resources for getting started with your online family history research and answer your questions. 
 


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Boston Chapter Event: Friday Morning Coffee Hour: From Mary Pickford to Meryl Streep - Hollywood's Star System and How it Works

Boston Chapter Event: Friday Morning Coffee Hour: From Mary Pickford to Meryl Streep - Hollywood's Star System and How it WorksFriday, February 5, 2021, 10‑11am EST
Location: Online
All Attendees: $5

This presentation will look at the history of movie stardom - how originally film actors weren't even identified by name, how Mary Pickford became "America's Sweeheart" and the first real film star, how the Hollywood studios manufactured stars like Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, and Lana Turner during its Golden Age, how the star system changed once television came on the scene, and how actors like Jack Nicholson, Meryl Streep and Denzel Washington ushered in a new definition of stardom during the last few decades.

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Long Island Chapter:The Underground Railroad on Long Island

Long Island Chapter:The Underground Railroad on Long IslandTuesday, February 9, 2021
Time:
11:00 am to 12 pm
Location: Zoom
Restricted to members and their guests
Registration Deadline: Friday, February 5, 2021
Members: $8, Guests: $12
We are pleased to have Dr. Kathleen Velsor author of “The Underground Railroad on Long Island Friends in Freedom” discuss her work with us on the underground railroad.
 
 

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Washington DC Chapter Event: Ted Talk Tuesday - "The gift and power of emotional courage"

Washington DC Chapter Event: Ted Talk Tuesday - Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Time:
7:00-8:00 p.m. EST
Location: Online
Restricted to members and their guests
Members and Guests: FREE

Join us for Ted Talk Tuesday, where we watch and discuss this  17 minute Ted Talk, "The gift and power of emotional courage" by psychologist, researcher and auther: Susan David

Psychologist Susan David shares how the way we deal with our emotions shapes everything that matters: our actions, careers, relationships, health and happiness.

In this deeply moving, humorous and potentially life-changing talk, she challenges a culture that prizes positivity over emotional truth and discusses the powerful strategies of emotional agility.



 

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Philadelphia Chapter Event: Climate Reality- Science, Status & Solutions

Philadelphia Chapter Event: Climate Reality- Science, Status & SolutionsThursday, February 11, 2021, 3‑4:15pm EST
Location: Online via Zoom
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Members: $5, Guest: $10

Are you in interested to hear an update on the latest information regarding climate from an expert?  Dr. Margherita Abe will provide an update focused on the science of climate change, its current status and ongoing solutions. 

This program is part of our "contempory social issues" focus to bring pertinent topics to our intellectually curious TTN members and friends. 

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LONG ISLAND CHAPTER EVENT: TAKE VALENTINE’S DAY TO HEART!

LONG ISLAND CHAPTER EVENT: TAKE VALENTINE’S DAY TO HEART!Friday, February 12, 2021
Time:
2:30 to 3:30 PM
Location: Zoom
Restricted to members and their guests
Registration Deadline: Tuesday, February 9, 2021
Members and Guests: FREE
Women’s Heart Health 2021 – All You Need To Know
Sponsored by Northwell Health

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Boston Chapter Event: It's 5:00 Somewhere - Happy for no Reason at Happy Hour

Boston Chapter Event: It's 5:00 Somewhere - Happy for no Reason at Happy HourFriday, February 12, 2021, 5‑6pm EST
Location: Online
All Attendees: FREE

Happy for No Reason is an inner sense of peace and well being that doesn’t depend on your circumstances. Given the times and all that we’re going through, wouldn’t it be great to be able to face the future with hope and possibility?

In this presentation you’ll learn 4 concepts that, if practiced, will help you understand your relationship to happiness and improve your experience of being Happy for No Reason. 



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Washington DC Chapter Event: Dining for Women

Washington DC Chapter Event: Dining for WomenTuesday, February 16, 2021
Time:
7-8:30 p.m.
Location: Online
All Attendees: FREE

Take a vicarious voyage abroad each month and learn about  amazing grassroots organizations that are transforming the lives of women and girls in developing countries. The DC Chapter has formed a Dining for Women giving circle, part of a nationwide organization dedicated to promoting gender equality among societies in Africa, Asia and South/Central America. Using videos and other educational materials provided by Dining for Women, we engage in lively discussions, learn about the countries involved, and enjoy the company of other TTN women who share a passion for improving the lives of women and girls worldwide.

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NYC Chapter Event: Solo Aging – Plan for Your Future

NYC Chapter Event: Solo Aging – Plan for Your FutureWednesday, February 17, 2021
Time:
3:00 – 4:30 pm EST
Location: Online Webinar - Zoom link sent 72 hours prior to event
Members: $5, Guest: $10

  
Do you have a plan to ensure you’ll have help when you’re no longer able to do everything for yourself?  

If you live alone, or simply wish to make things easier for family members with busy lives, now is the best time to determine how to arrange for your future medical care and financial wishes.

Join our experts, Rebecca Eddy, MBA, CDMM and Anne Markowitz Recht, LMSW, CMC to learn how to plan for your future now while you can, including what questions you should be asking and the resources available to help you answer them.


 

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Boston Chapter Event: Friday Morning Coffee Hour - How To Manage Climate Change Anxiety

Boston Chapter Event: Friday Morning Coffee Hour - How To Manage Climate Change AnxietyFriday, February 19, 2021, 10‑11am EST
Location: Online
All Attendees: FREE

We are all in this together!

  • Do you have climate concerns?
  • Want a place to ask questions?
  • Looking for some hope?

Come listen to TTN member WIN FLINT.  Win is a member of 350 Massachusetts for a Better Future, a local climate change activism group. She will share with us paths forward and how to team up with others to solve this crisis.



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NYC CARING COLLABORATIVE WEBINAR featuring STEVEN TAIBBI, author of GRATEFUL GUILT: Living in the Shadow of My Heart

NYC CARING COLLABORATIVE WEBINAR featuring STEVEN TAIBBI, author of GRATEFUL GUILT: Living in the Shadow of My HeartTuesday, March 2, 2021
Time:
3:00 – 4:00 pm EST
Location: Online Webinar - Zoom link sent 72 hours prior to event
Members: $5, Guest: $10

TTN-NYC's Caring Collaborative  invites you to a special webinar to hear Steven Taibbi, author of GRATEFUL GUILT, discuss his remarkable medical journey.

Steven will offer a detailed discussion of how, to a large degree, he saved his own life with strategies to communicate effectively with his clinicians, as well as what the responsibilities are for every patient to become a part of their own team.

 

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Washington DC Chapter Event: Dining for Women

Washington DC Chapter Event: Dining for WomenTuesday, March 16, 2021
Time:
7-8:30 p.m.
Location: Online
All Attendees: FREE

Take a vicarious voyage abroad each month and learn about  amazing grassroots organizations that are transforming the lives of women and girls in developing countries. The DC Chapter has formed a Dining for Women giving circle, part of a nationwide organization dedicated to promoting gender equality among societies in Africa, Asia and South/Central America. Using videos and other educational materials provided by Dining for Women, we engage in lively discussions, learn about the countries involved, and enjoy the company of other TTN women who share a passion for improving the lives of women and girls worldwide.

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