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May, 2024

Wednesday
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ITP walking group will meet at 10:00 a.m. on April 4th and 18th at Mason Mill Park. Contact Margaret Hodges for details and to RSVP.
Wednesday
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American Heritage Museum
10:30 AM
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The American Heritage Museum is the only type of collection like this in North America - from Revolutionary War to the modern era. There is lots to see.

- Artifacts ranging from fragments of the Berlin Wall to clusters of armored vehicles and tanks.
- World War 11 German Railcar as part of the Holocaust exhibit.
- Hanoi Hilton extensive exhibit.
- Experience a World War 1 Trench from the battle of Saint-Mihiel, France.

Tickets: $20 Seniors (62 plus). $23 Adults. Purchase at the door or on-line and save $2.
Wednesday
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Lunch at Bistronomic, 840 North Wabash Avenue at 12 noon.
Wednesday
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We‘ll be walking on the river Boardwalk at 1 on Wednesdays until the weather warms up...then we‘ll switch to the morning. Contact Cathy Carpenter (catcarp@gmail.com OR 404-667-0381) if you plan to join in for some fun and exercise.
Wednesday
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We meet monthly at a local cinema to enjoy a film and then discuss at a nearby restaurant...film times are late afternoon, usually. For info. about this month‘s selection OR to be added to the In Town Movie Group‘s email list, reach out to Katie Durham.
Thursday
2
National Building Museum
10:30 AM
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Join us for the museum and lunch!
Thursday
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The Health & Wellness Committee Presents it’s 5th Program in its Seasons of Self-Care
“How to Keep Your Colon Happy & Healthy”
Join us for an insightful program on the important role the colon plays in living a healthy balanced life. How can we maintain a healthy colon to maximize a healthy body?
Thursday
2
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The very popular Cardio, Core & More series is back with Fitness by Victoria. This will be a series of 6 sessions, getting you back in shape for Summer!
Thursday
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UWS (address will be sent after you register)
5:00 PM
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What’s next in your life?
Are you longing for a greater sense of purpose and fulfillment?

Learn how to get to where you want to be in your NEXT ACT and join this small group workshop over a 4-week period.
Friday
3
900 N. Michigan Avenue. Lunch on the 5th floor at Aster Hall Food Court
11:30 AM
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Stroll through the 900 N Michigan Ave building to experience the gorgeous floral mannequins, and enjoy lunch together afterwards.
Friday
3
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Drop-in lunch meeting for members to connect at the end of the week. Open to all chapters!
Friday
3
On Zoom - Link will be sent 3 days prior to event
4:00 PM
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Each month we will choose a movie that is available on TV. Watch at your leisure and then get together on Zoom to discuss. Our selection this month is "Passage to India". Netflix. A link will go out closer to the meeting.

We are always on the lookout for good movies on Netflix. Please let us know if you see one worthy of our discriminating ( or Not) tastes. Enjoy and join us for a lively discussion.

Saturday
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Join the TTN-DC Museum Arts SIG for an adventure in art.
Saturday
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Embark on a culinary journey at Cafe Vanak a Persian Restaurant in Belmont.

In 2022 this wonderful little restaurant was listed as One of the Best New Restaurants in the World" by Conde Nast Traveler. Come join us as we explore the foods of Persia and enjoy good conversation. conversation.
Monday
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Join TTN members and others across the country for 30 minutes of guided meditation.
Sessions start at 9:30am eastern time every Monday morning. A Zoom link will be sent to you after you register. There is no charge for this event series.
Monday
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See newsletter for contact and RSVP details.
Monday
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Monday
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Popstroke
4:00 PM
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Embark on a mini golf adventure at Popstroke, featuring two beautiful 18 hole courses, full service restaurant and an ice cream parlor. All Newly Opened. Special Senior Monday price:$18. Optional dinner. Please sign up online, so we will know who’s coming.
Contact host with any questions.

Monday
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Heard a lot about the pelvic floor lately? Have questions about what you are experiencing is part of the "normal" aging process? We will chat about the pelvic floor - what it is, what it does, and what you can do to prevent any issues.
Tuesday
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Grey Art Museum at NYU (West Side of 3rd Avenue/Cooper Square near East 5th Street)
11:30 AM
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Join TTNers for a private tour of “Americans in Paris – Artists Working in Postwar France”, the inaugural exhibit at NYU’s brand-new Grey Art Museum in NoHo. We will view work by American expatriates and the Parisian colleagues who influenced them between 1949 and 1962.

THIS TOUR IS THE SAME AS THE SOLD OUT APRIL 3 RD TOUR, PLEASE REGISTER FOR ONLY ONE DATE
Tuesday
7
Patchwork at The Hyatt Centric Hotel - 2nd FL
Enter through the Hotel's garage.
5:00 PM
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Join us for a casual gathering of old friends and an opportunity to make new ones! Guests are welcome.
Tuesday
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Named a Best Book of the Year by The New York Times, The Washington Post, TIME, NPR, The Financial Times, Good Housekeeping, Esquire, Vulture, Marie Claire, Vox, and The Los Angeles Times.
Wednesday
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We‘ll be walking on the river Boardwalk at 1 on Wednesdays until the weather warms up...then we‘ll switch to the morning. Contact Cathy Carpenter (catcarp@gmail.com OR 404-667-0381) if you plan to join in for some fun and exercise.
Wednesday
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“Becoming a grandmother turns the page. Line by line you are rewritten. You are tilted off your old center, spun into new turf.” Becoming Grandma, Lesley Stahl, p.1

Please join this 6 session program on one of life’s transitions...becoming a grandparent.
Wednesday
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This 90-minute presentation is designed to be a practical guide, emphasizing the importance of allyship and the individual preparation needed before stepping in to support people with marginalized identities. Join like-minded women to learn from our guest speaker, Dr. Fabiola Desmont, who draws from her rich background and expertise in the area of Diversity & Inclusion. This is the opening keynote to a 4-part Allyship workshop.
Wednesday
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Rumelia Collective is a group of women musicians who love playing the music of the Balkans and Mideast, as well as many other musical styles from around the world. Enjoy their musical performance and watch—or join in (beginners welcome)—circle and line dances from Albania, Turkey, Greece, Macedonia, Bulgaria and more!
Wednesday
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Women who work – May 8th (prior to our Annual Celebration).

Come & let’s celebrate success stories of our working women (or those retiring this year or who have any major milestone!). We will celebrate all you do & discuss these milestones (e.g. share # of years working, # of people you impact, family milestones, etc.)

Come with a desert & glass of wine to join in our salute / celebration!

It’s the same ZOOM details as always – but I will send out to those who sign up (& all those on the Women Who Work email list).
Thursday
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Come join your fellow TTN members for a tour of the Tree House Books facility in North East Philadelphia, followed by a Community Volunteer activity. Learn about the impact this incredible organization has on children and families, followed by a hands-on activity of stamping and packaging books for families in the area.
Thursday
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Join us in celebrating our 14th year in existence and planning for the wonder and excitement ahead for Atlanta TTN!!

In addition to a delicious menu and time to visit with friends old and new, we‘ll be announcing our 2024-2025 Steering Committee, recognizing member anniversaries, sharing heartfelt thank yous, and providing tips and info for making the most out of membership.

...we‘re also going to have some fun raffles!!

We hope to see you there!!
Thursday
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Join in the fun with food and conversation!
Thursday
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UWS (address will be sent after you register)
5:00 PM
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What’s next in your life?
Are you longing for a greater sense of purpose and fulfillment?

Learn how to get to where you want to be in your NEXT ACT and join this small group workshop over a 4-week period.
Thursday
9
Zoom - Will be sent 3 days prior to event
5:00 PM
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Various types of meditation have been used in many cultures around the world for thousands of years. Learn techniques for relaxing your body and calming your mind that you can use whenever you want or need them. We will explore meditation, relaxation or other techniques each month.
No past experience necessary. Please register 48 hours prior to event.
New and regular members need to register EACH MONTH.
This group meets the second Thursday of each month.
Meeting online. Zoom link will be sent out the day prior to event.
FOR SOUTH FLORIDA CHAPTER MEMBERS ONLY

Friday
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Golf Zone Big Bear Putt-Putt in Chaska
Friday
10
Chester County History Center (CCHC)
11:00 AM
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Join us for a Walking Tour of the Underground Railroad in West Chester, PA. This tour will visit 8 locations that played a part in the struggles toward liberty and equality.
Friday
10
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Drop-in lunch meeting for members to connect at the end of the week. Open to all chapters!
Friday
10
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Book: Heaven and Earth Grocery Store by James McBride Location Smyrna member home Questions to SusanLSink@gmail.com
Friday
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May selection: Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver.

Members are asked to register here to attend. Anna Apostolou will email with hostess details to all who register.
Friday
10
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Power point presentation and speaker at the Dix Hills Library May 10, 2024
Refreshments to be served afterwards.
Friday
10
Joe’s Tequila Bar at the Inn on the Alameda
5:30 PM
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This month we will go back to Joe’s Tequila Bar, a crowd favorite.
 

 
Saturday
11
Timeline Theater Company
4:00 PM
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SIG Theater Group
Saturday
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Rosie's Farm Sanctuary
6:00 PM
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Enjoy meeting the animals and hearing their stories!
Monday
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Monday
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Monday
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Enjoy the height of rose season at the Wyck House. We‘ll enjoy a horticulturist presentation, tour of the rose garden and Wyck House, and tea and rose macaroons.
Monday
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In her autobiographical book, Gift From the Sea, Anne Morrow Lindbergh writes about taking several days away from her family at a beach house.
Monday
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Online. Zoom link will be sent to registrants two days before event.
7:00 PM
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Open to TTN members nationwide.
Join TTN-DC for a fascinating and fun evening. We‘ll watch the TED Talk together and then discuss.
Monday
13
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Friendship has untapped potential. We‘ll consider how friendships can be a source of abiding support, love and companionship, especially in later life.
Tuesday
14
Member's Home - Center City
Address to be provided on Registration Confirmation and Reminde
10:30 AM
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In-person orientation to Philadelphia Chapter for new and perspective members.
Tuesday
14
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Stroll through this this world-class collection of 10,000 individual plants, representing 6 species and over 3,000 different named varieties of irises. It is the largest non-commercial garden dedicated to irises in the world. Followed by lunch at a local Montclair restaurant.
Tuesday
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We’re trying something new in May! We will be seeing a movie at The Springs Cinema and Taphouse in Sandy Springs and having our discussion there after the movie. Here some info about the theater https://www.springscinema.com/now-playing

Anyone can participate in the movie discussion; however, participation is capped at 20 people. Please register via the link below if you plan to attend. Andrea Oppenheim will send location details to everyone registered ahead of the event.
Tuesday
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Chicago Sister Cities is celebrating the 30 year relationship with Hamburg by bringing the NDR Bigband (Hamburg Radio Jazz Orchestra) to play a jam session with Chicago Jazz musicians at Andy‘s Jazz Club.
Tuesday
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The objective of Sessions 2 -4 of the Allyship Workshop series is to provide skill development through scenario-based practices, increased awareness of allyship opportunities, and action plan development. You must take Session 1 on May 7 to participate in these additional sessions.
Tuesday
14
East 50’s - Address sent after registration
7:00 PM
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Come to a sit-down dinner with a live piano player/singer. Eat, drink, sing along, dance in the aisles to all the oldies you grew up with (or heard about).
Wednesday
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ITP walking group will meet at 10:00 a.m. on May 1st and 16th at Mason Mill Park. Contact Margaret Hodges for details and to RSVP.
Wednesday
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We‘ll be walking on the river Boardwalk at 1 on Wednesdays until the weather warms up...then we‘ll switch to the morning. Contact Cathy Carpenter (catcarp@gmail.com OR 404-667-0381) if you plan to join in for some fun and exercise.
Wednesday
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Wednesday | May 15, 2024 | 1 pm

Selection: Fresh Fruit, Broken Bones by Seth Holmes
Hostess: Susan Johnson

Social justice issues - racism, homelessness, incarceration to name a few - are complex and hard to grapple with alone. We hope to open many conversations through a book group that will tackle social justice themes through fiction and non-fiction titles. We’ll read a book every two months and alternate fiction with non-fiction. 

Contacts: Susan Johnson & Linda Broyd
Wednesday
15
Will be sent to registrants.
2:30 PM
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This is an opportunity to get to know each other in a casual environment.
Wednesday
15
South/Central Broward in private homes
4:30 PM
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Read the latest book club picks and join us for a rousing discussion over dinner. We meet at 4:30 pm on the third Wednesday of each month.
BE SURE TO REGISTER ON THE WEBSITE TO INSURE YOU ARE NOTIFIED OF THIS MONTH‘S LOCATION. An email will go out with details a few days prior to each meeting. Looking forward to seeing you!
South Florida Members Only



Wednesday
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Five Key Steps to a Successful Retirement Transition - What to do when you don‘t know what to do in retirement.
Wednesday
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A casual social to enjoy cheerful conversations with other members and guests.
Thursday
16
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Join us for a guided street art and mural walking tour through the trendy east Atlanta‘s neighborhood on Tuesday, May 14 at 9:45 AM.

This one-mile walking tour through a typical urban setting is a treasure hunt for murals in obscure places. You’ll go through back alleys and off-street parking lots to find street art, murals, and graffiti that you‘d never see just walking down the street . Even better, you‘ll learn about the meaning of each art piece as well as the artists who have created them.

The tour will start and end at the corner of Glenwood Avenue and Joseph Avenue, with parking on Joseph Avenue. (Put 1245 Glenwood Avenue SE in your GPS)

After the tour we‘ll have lunch at The Southern Feedstore on Glenwood, which has an indoor food court with four restaurants.
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Cost: no charge | lunch is individual pay
Thursday
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It is the Giving Circle‘s big night when our donors hear from and select the finalists to receive the funding raised in 2023.
Thursday
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Bar 25 Pizzeria & Kitchen
4:00 PM
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This month, we will meet at Bar 25 Pizzeria & Kitchen in delray Beach. Enjoy friends and many well priced, varied choices. Half off all liquor. Members and guests pay their own charges. Please bring cash as the restaurant will only issue 4 checks.
Free public parking in lot adjacent to the building which is accessible from S.E. 7th Ave. and 1st. Street. There is also free parking on the north side of 1st. St. as well as a free lot across from the free public lot on 6th. Ave. From Atlantic Avenue go east to 7th Avenue, make a right and square the block till you get to 6th Avenue.
Maximum capacity 15 Guests welcome if space permits after members. This group meets on the third Thursday each month.

Thursday
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UWS (address will be sent after you register)
5:00 PM
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What’s next in your life?
Are you longing for a greater sense of purpose and fulfillment?

Learn how to get to where you want to be in your NEXT ACT and join this small group workshop over a 4-week period.
Thursday
16
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Dinners Together! Nora Restaurant, a brand new Italian restaurant in Streeterville. May 16th at 6:00pm.
Friday
17
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Drop-in lunch meeting for members to connect at the end of the week. Open to all chapters!
Friday
17
Columbus Metropolitan Library: Gahanna Branch
12:30 PM
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A 90-minute introduction to The Transition Network (ttnwomen.org), a national organization for women over 50 who are navigating change and embracing “what’s next.” It is open to others who want to learn more about life transitions and the resources available to understand and work through them.
Friday
17
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Learn what’s new in TTN.

Saturday
18
Oatlands
10:00 AM
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Join us for a day at some beautiful gardens!
Sunday
19
Brooklyn Heights- Near #2,3,4,5 & R subway, location provided upon registration
11:00 AM
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Join us on Sunday morning for a Private Walking Tour of Brooklyn Heights with a focus on women, led by Lucie Levine, TTNers’ favorite tour guide.
Sunday
19
Blue Door Farm Stand
11:00 AM
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Monthly networking event to socialize, and to have informal yet meaningful discussions on the challenges and opportunities we face while working in a multigenerational workforce. This is a brunch for those that can‘t get into the city during the week.
Sunday
19
New Mexico Museum of Art-St Francis Auditorium
3:00 PM
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The Zia Singers, a Santa Fe women’s chorus that produces powerful and memorable concerts, Come hear the Zia Singers harmonize with songs from The Supremes, The Pointer Sisters, the Spice Girls and many more! TTN member Jean Palmer is a singer in the group.
Monday
20
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Join TTN members and others across the country for 30 minutes of guided meditation.
Sessions start at 9:30am eastern time every Monday morning. A Zoom link will be sent to you after you register. There is no charge for this event series.
Monday
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Monday
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Monday
20
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Come join us and lend a culinary hand at MANNA, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing nutritionally sound meals to the critically ill population in Philadelphia and parts of NJ. You will chop, dice and/or package meals, providing much-needed support to a vulnerable population. Open to members and non-members.
Monday
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Please communicate with book club contact for detailed information.
4:30 PM
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May: Banned Books

Read any one: To Kill a Mockingbird, The Color Purple, or I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.

Let us know if you’re planning on coming! EVERYONE MUST REGISTER ON THE WEBSITE. Location will be sent to those who register a week before the meeting. ***Please be sure that your information is correct and available on the TTN website as this is how people will be notified of the location

In addition — if you do not here from me the Wednesday prior to the bookclub, please check your spam folder before asking for the email to be re-sent.

For info contact Gale at gbaker1129@aol.com

Upcoming:
June: The Heaven and Earth Grocery Store
Monday
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The non-profit community in Santa Fe is always looking for volunteers.  Our non-profit panel in May will have the following participants:
Big Brothers Big Sisters Mountain Region, Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity, The Food Depot, Communities in Schools of NM, The Unhoused Project.
Monday
20
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Join Amy Klaben, Esq. and Shiloh Todorov as they share how Families Flourish enables all Central Ohio children to thrive.
Tuesday
21
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Enjoy a private tour of some of the finest examples of Meiji period artworks in American collections.
Tuesday
21
Cafe' Anna Lisa (Inside The Marsh)
11:30 AM
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Join in the fun with food and conversation!
Tuesday
21
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Coast-to-Coast Chapter invites you to the first event of a three-part series created in partnership with Words Without Borders to showcase the work of women writers and translators across cultures.
Tuesday
21
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The objective of Sessions 2 -4 of the Allyship Workshop series is to provide skill development through scenario-based practices, increased awareness of allyship opportunities, and action plan development. You must take Session 1 on May 7 to participate in these additional sessions.
Wednesday
22
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Love movies? Love a good discussion after viewing? Join us for a virtual gathering of like-minded movie fans. We will watch a movie on our own and come together on zoom to discuss.

Chicago Members
1:00-2:30
Virtual
Cost: $0
Wednesday
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We‘ll be walking on the river Boardwalk at 1 on Wednesdays until the weather warms up...then we‘ll switch to the morning. Contact Cathy Carpenter (catcarp@gmail.com OR 404-667-0381) if you plan to join in for some fun and exercise.
Wednesday
22
Kinsman Brewery - 409 Canal Street, Milldale, CT
AMC Southington 12 - 1821 Meriden-Waterbury Tn
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Meet us for drinks and pre-movie dinner at Kinsmen Brewery. Continue the evening with a free documentary screening of "The Hidden Power of Purpose" at the AMC Southington.
Wednesday
22
Lake point Tower-address sent with confirmation
6:00 PM
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Share, ponder and laugh a lot when you join other TTN members for a fun evening of Table Talk!
6:00-8:00 CT
In-Person, Held at member‘s home in Streeterville. Address provided with confirmation.
Cost: $0
Wednesday
22
Member's Home- Midtown West 50s (location revealed after registration)
6:00 PM
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In this orientation session, you will learn how the Caring Collaborative works: how your privacy and the privacy of others
is protected; what boundaries are for; what can and cannot be provided; and guides for helping each other in respectful,
supportive ways.
Wednesday
22
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We will meet and eat at Layaly Mediterranean in Chamblee.

3711 Clairmont Road, Chamblee, GA

Please register by May 20th, 6 pm.
Wednesday
22
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Dr. Katherine Sherif joins us again to talk about how heart disease differs in women and how not to overlook the signs. She will also cover things you can do immediately to signifcantly decrease your risk of heart disease, including mportant ways to prevent or delay heart disease.
Thursday
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All members are welcome to assist as we set up the OCIYN pop-up shop. This mobile basic needs program provides free clothing, food, and access to services throughout neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Along with JFCS, volunteers assist in setting up clothing racks and tables, managing the farmer‘s market stand, helping shoppers make their selections, and checking out shoppers when they are done. If you like this activity, look for this as an on-going monthly opportunity. This will be a great opportunity for the “shoppers” to get to know you and for you to get to know them.

Please be aware that this activity requires some physical strength, removing clothes from large bags, hanging them up as well as considerable time on your feet.
Thursday
23
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Enjoy the height of rose season at the Wyck House. We‘ll enjoy a horticulturist presentation, tour of the rose garden and Wyck House, and tea and rose macaroons.
Thursday
23
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The Coffee Hour SIG will meet at J Christopher‘s for a cup of coffee, breakfast and fun conversation.
Thursday
23
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Want to know more about Women‘s Connection? Join us for a guided tour of our history, our purpose and our offerings, with tips for getting the most out of your membership.
Thursday
23
Stanford Calderwood Pavilion at Boston Center for the Arts
2:00 PM
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Winner! 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and 2022 Tony Award for Best Musical.
The New York Times wrote: "A dazzling ride. No measure of praise would be too much."
This is the Boston premiere of this production
Thursday
23
UWS (address will be sent after you register)
5:00 PM
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What’s next in your life?
Are you longing for a greater sense of purpose and fulfillment?

Learn how to get to where you want to be in your NEXT ACT and join this small group workshop over a 4-week period.
Thursday
23
Seville Chicago
5:30 PM
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Come join your TTN Chicago friends for Happy Hour at Seville Chicago at 243 So Franklin, 17th floor on Thursday, May 23, 2024 starting at 5:30 pm (or whenever you can get there).
Friday
24
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Drop-in lunch meeting for members to connect at the end of the week. Open to all chapters!
Saturday
25
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Get some exercise, see some wildlife, and connect with other women. Afterward, we will enjoy coffee, tea, and conversation!
Sunday
26
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SIG Theater Group
Monday
27
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Monday
27
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Monday
27
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Sustainability SIG - What is sustainability? What do people mean when they talk about living sustainably? Join this Special Interest Group (SIG) to learn more about this hot topic.
Tuesday
28
Oliv Pit in the Village Pointe Shopping Center
6:30 PM
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I know we’ve been to Greek restaurants before but this one has great reviews as being very authentic.
Join us at Oliv Pit Athenian Grill at 6006 SW 18 st, Boca Raton in Village Pointe. We’ll be sitting outside.
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This group meets the fourth Tuesday of the month. Limit 10. Registration open on the first of the month.

Tuesday
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The objective of Sessions 2 -4 of the Allyship Workshop series is to provide skill development through scenario-based practices, increased awareness of allyship opportunities, and action plan development. You must take Session 1 on May 7 to participate in these additional sessions.
Wednesday
29
Founding Farmers Restaurant
12:00 PM
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Join us for lunch!
Wednesday
29
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Second Harvest Heartland - Packaging
Thursday
30
Private home in Boynton Beach. Details will be sent to registrants a few days prior to event.
12:00 PM
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Back by popular demand, Doreen will once again be hosting a vegetarian potluck luncheon.
Limit 16 (5 on waitlist). Open to members only.
Bring a vegetarian or vegan dish - enough to share with 15 people
Location: Doreen‘s house - since this is a gated community, directions will be sent to participants.
Deadline for registration: Friday, May 24.
Any questions, please contact Doreen at pedalrider1@yahoo.com
Friday
31
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Enjoy an afternoon of art!
Friday
31
Duffy’s Grill
11:30 AM
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Lunch and Learn is the last Friday of each month at Duffy‘s in Boca Raton on St. Andrews Blvd. We have a private room and meet from 11:30 to 1:30.
Our speaker this month will be Elisa Becher and her topic will be: Intuition 101. For questions, please contact Elisa/host for this event.
Lunch is optional after the meeting.

Friday
31
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Drop-in lunch meeting for members to connect at the end of the week. Open to all chapters!
Friday
31
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Join this virtual conversation with African American artist and educator, Chichi Lovett, on the role that works of art play in commenting on and enhancing our mirror into social issues. We’ve been talking together once a month since April 2022 and we’re still going!
https://ttnwomen.org