Welcome to our events calendar! Please feel free to attend whatever interests you. Please RSVP for any event: email@example.com
Also, please check our "Announcements" page for items of interest submitted by our WWIN members.
Start time: Morning Meetings at 7:30 AM at Chatfield, One Chatfield Drive, West Hartford 06110 (on New Britain Ave)
February 21- 1:00 PM Meet Colleen Kelly Alexander-in person! She is the woman who was run over by a freight truck and spoke to WWIN via Skype from her hospital bed! After 29 surgeries she is back to running and biking and has now written a book called Gratitude in Motion. She is an eloquent speaker and her story is extraordinary. She is on a national book tour and is making this special time for us!
Please note: this talk will take place at Avon Congregational Church, 6 West Main St, Avon CT 06001. It is free and open to the public. Please let your friends know!
Because it is a lunch-time event, please feel free to bring your lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided.
Please RSVP by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
February 22 -WWIN at Chatfield.7:30AM-9:45AM. This is our WWIN Thursday morning meeting at Chatfield with another dynamo! Ever had a crazy business idea? A dream that you thought might just be too wild to bring to fruition? Meet Lisa Natcharian who dreamt up the idea of a fanciful place where readers and writiers could come together into an almost fantasy-like atmosphere. She will discuss her creative process that led to the opening of The Storyteller's Cottage, the practical process of navigating through business regulations, and the thrill of watching an idea germinate into an active enterprise that has become a point of convergence for wildly creative people from across the state.
.We will also have Introductions, a Networking exercise, breakfast snacks and door prizes! Come join us for an uplifting start to your day....
And don't forget to check out our Announcements page for other items of interest !
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