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June, 2024

Monday
17
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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
17
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Join us for a fascinating tour of the 300-year-old Historic Fair Hill burial grounds, where many influential activists and abolitionists are buried. We will also tour several Mural Arts pieces designed to capture the history of this community. This program is co-sponsored by the TTN Philadelphia Chapter Advocates for Equity and Community Volunteering committees.
Monday
17
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See newsletter for contact and RSVP details.
Monday
17
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See newsletter for full details.
Monday
17
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Join fellow Women‘s Connection members on a private Road Scholar tour as you journey south into the heart of the civil rights movement to gain a deeper understanding of the historic and continued struggle for racial equality in the United States. You must register by July 11, 2024.
Monday
17
Please communicate with book club contact for detailed information.
4:30 PM
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June: The Heaven and Earth Grocery Store by James McBride


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:

July: Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Games


August: Planning Meeting
Send me your book selections by August 5th — Title, Author and a brief description
Monday
17
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Written by Paula McLain, The Paris Wife is a historical fiction novel about the romance and marriage of Ernest Hemingway and Hadley Richardson, the first of his four wives.
Monday
17
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Please join us for Women‘s Connection in the Garden as we welcome Summer with a picnic! Rain or shine - A covered porch and gazebo will provide shelter or shade as needed.
Tuesday
18
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Coast-to-Coast Chapter invites you to the second 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
18
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Pack a picnic (with a little more to share) and join your TTN friends and family for a summer tradition as The Philadelphia Orchestra, led by Austin Chanu, returns for an evening of Tchaikovsky’s greatest works. The evening ends with the rousing 1812 Overture, culminating in an epic display of fireworks against the gorgeous Philadelphia skyline!
Tuesday
18
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What is Artificial Intelligence (AI)? What is ChatGPT? How does it work and why should I care? How can AI help with daily activities and enhance my life with proper safegurads? Learn the basics of AI and position yourself to adapt and thrive in a world where AI will play a signficiant role. This special session will be led by Vrinda Menon, Chief Technology Officer for the Global Private Bank of JP Morgan Chase, and a Women‘s Connection Board member.
Wednesday
19
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We‘ll be walking on the River Boardwalk at 9:30am on Wednesdays during the month of June. Contact Cathy Carpenter (catcarp@gmail.com OR 404-667-0381) if you plan to join in for some fun and exercise.
Wednesday
19
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Please join your fellow Women‘s Connection members and guests for a tour of Morris Arboretum & Gardens located in Chestnut Hill. The tour will cover a mix of Arboretum history, prominent trees in the collection, and signature areas in the gardens. Please bring a picnic lunch if you would like to relax and enjoy the beautiful views from their picnic area after the tour.
Wednesday
19
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



Thursday
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ITP walking group will meet at 10:00 a.m. on June 6th and 20th at Mason Mill Park. Contact Margaret Hodges for details and to RSVP.
Thursday
20
Sicilian Oven
4:00 PM
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The Sicilian Oven Happy Hour is well known for its delicious bar bites at low cost prices. It will be on Thirsty Thursday where specialty cocktails are $9.00 all day. Located in the shopping center across W. Atlantic Ave. from the Delray Market Place. It is in the same shopping center as Joseph’s. Free parking.
Please bring cash as it will be easier to settle up as we will only have two checks. Guests welcome if space permits after members. Registration opens June 1. Capacity 10.

Thursday
20
Ellens address in the Gold Coast will be sent with registration 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! 6:00-8:00pm at a member‘s home in the Gold Coast. Address provided with confirmation. Cost: $0
Thursday
20
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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.
Thursday
20
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Please join us for the inaugural meeting of the DC Chapter Book Club. We will discuss "Sea of Tranquility" by Emily St. John Mandel.
Friday
21
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Spend the morning exploring the one of the largest and most stunning botanical conservatories in the nation. Lunch after at the nearby Inspiration Kitchen.
Friday
21
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The Coffee Hour SIG will meet at J Christopher‘s for a cup of coffee, breakfast and fun conversation.
Friday
21
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Drop-in lunch meeting for members to connect at the end of the week. Open to all chapters!
Friday
21
The Modern Rose
12:00 PM
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Join fellow Women‘s Connection members for brunch/lunch. The Modern Rose is a unique cafe featuring a large selection of tea and coffee drinks in addition to an extensive menu of salads, sandwiches, egg dishes and desserts.
Saturday
22
Meet at the 151 bus stop at the northeast corner of Diversey and Sheridan.
10:30 AM
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We’ll walk afrom Diversey and Sheridan along the lake to the Green City Farmer‘s Market.
Saturday
22
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The Royall House and Slave Quarters functions as a site of memory. In the eighteenth century, the plantation was home to the Royalls, the largest slaveholding family in Massachusetts, and at least sixty enslaved women, men, and children whose forced labor helped build the Royall family’s wealth.
Saturday
22
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15 tickets reserved for this hit show! You must register and pay by May 20 as any unsold tickets will be released by end of day! More details & registration available later.
Sunday
23
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Join the peer group and develop meaningful relationships with other women in the DC region while exploring compelling topics of interest. The group will meet online.
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