This page is for announcements from our members about other activities they are involved in.
Please note: Kristina Newman-Scott, our speaker last year on March 26th, said "what a fantastic group of women you all are! Thank you so much for inviting me to speak- it was the perfect way to start my day in a room full of smart, driven talented women". And now it was announced on May 4th that she is the new Director of Culture for the State of Connecticut! We are Shakers and Movers
April 11-French Conversation group for those who enjoy conversing in that language, 7:15 PM. Panera Bread, West Hartford.
April 19-- German conversation group for those who enjoy conversing in that language, 7:15 PM. Panera Bread, West Hartford. For details, ask Dianne.
, New Britain, Connecticut
NEW Vintage Motorcar Series at Klingberg Family Centers, 370 Linwood Street, . Featuring a traditional antique car show plus a special prewar display of rarely seen automobiles and a feature display of Ford Model A’s. This month: Meet mentors from across our region as we highlight the benefits and opportunities of Klingberg’s mentoring program.
Spectator admission $10.00; Seniors 65 and over
$8.00; Children 12 and under free. Proceeds benefit Klingberg Family Centers’ programs serving children and families across Connecticut. For more information, directions, and weather-related
updates visit www.KlingbergMotorcarSeries.
Sunday, April 22- 1PM Avon Congregational Church. A showing of two short documentaries about the work of the international non-profit Music in Common. Music in Common empowers diverse cultures and faiths to discover common ground through collaborative songwriting and multimedia. Since 2005, MIC has directly served thousands of people in more than 250 communities across the globe, including Israelis and Palestinians, Christians, Jews and Muslims, as well as American-born, refugee and immigrant youth. Music in Common was founded by singer/songwriter Todd Mack in 2005 to honor his friend Daniel Pearl, the Wall Street Journal reporter, abducted and killed in Pakistan in 2002. The mission of Music in Common is to strengthen, empower, and connect communities through the universal language of music. Free admission
Bringing Out the Best in Women