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Throughout the month of March, we are excited to come together to celebrate women in our community and around the world. Join us in our special themed classes to get tips on navigating midlife, discover women’s significant contributions to art and music, and develop habits for self-care that will help you live your best life

Throughout the month of March, we are excited to come together to celebrate women in our community and around the world. Join us in our special themed classes to get tips on navigating midlife, discover women’s significant contributions to art and music, and develop habits for self-care that will help you live your best life.

Exclusive Guest Speakers for the Month

(Left to Right, Helene Stelian and Beverly Chalmers)

Women in Midlife: Making the Most of Our “Second Adulthood”

Tuesday, March 8 

In midlife, many women will face an overload of demands coming from our work, children, and aging parents, not to mention our own struggles with relationships, health, and identity. As a result, we will feel a need to examine who we are, where we’ve been, and what we want out of our second half.

Join Guest Speaker Helene Stelian for this 30-minute presentation, followed by a 30-minute Q&A, we delve into the challenges and opportunities of midlife, and we learn the critical steps we need to take in order not only to survive but to thrive, in middle age and beyond.

Birth Experiences Of Women From Difficult Backgrounds

Friday, March 11

Beverley Chalmers has had a most unusual life. She has lived and worked on three continents (Africa, Europe, and North America), traveled to about 100 countries, and worked in about 30 of them. Her work involves helping mothers and babies who give birth in challenging social, political, economic, or religious situations such as those living under Apartheid in South Africa, under Communism in the Former Soviet Union, or under the Nazis.

We will explore just how she managed to mix her family life (she and her husband of over 50 years have three daughters) with her extensive academic contributions and travel experiences.

Art and Music Special

Women in Art History - Part III

Wednesday, March 2

In this class, we will continue our conversation about women in art history you need to know about. These women were trailblazers in their own time and span through art history from the 16th century to the 20th century.

International Women's Day Music Series with Donna

Monday, March 7 - Friday, March 11

To celebrate International Women's Day, come join us as we enjoy the contributions of our favorite women artists in many music genres. This is a great time to socialize and share our passion for music. Each day this week we’ll cover a different music genre.

Create a Playlist to Celebrate International Women's Day

Tuesday, March 8

Join Guide Donna for a class to talk about and create a playlist of woman artists who have inspired you. We'll play "Name That Girl Group" and sing and dance to the music that lifts us up!

Famous Women in Art History

Tuesday, March 15

Curious about women who have created remarkable art? In this session, we will cover the 12 women in art history you need to know about. These women were trailblazers in their own time and span through art history from the 16th century to the 20th century.

Famous Women Composers in Music History

Wednesday, March 16

In this class, we are going to celebrate some of the most famous and influential women composers in classical music. Learn about the significance of their art to our history.

Health, Nutrition, and Wellness

Ways to Keep Active as You Age

Wednesday, March 2 and 16

Longevity research proves that it is possible to enjoy activities with friends and family without pain or difficulty. Go "all-in" through education, demonstration, and application in this biweekly session and see and feel the results.

Women Age Wisely: The Way of the SoulCrone

Friday, March 4

Explore a new and ancient way of a woman's role as an elder who stands in her power and lives soulfully. Join this experiential course that explores the potential of the third phase of life through the discussion of archetypes, myths around aging, archaeology and uses guided meditations and poetry to activate the imagination. Led by mindfulness teacher Felicitas K.A.

Healthy Aging with a Holistic Plant-Based Lifestyle

Saturday, March 5, 12, and 19

Learn about the benefits of adopting a vegetarian/vegan lifestyle. Change your mind and change your life! Led by Quanda D. and Marlene H.

Creating Sacred Spaces to Promote Self-Care

Saturday, March 12

Learn ways to discover your authentic self through decluttering your mind and creating new mental and physical sacred spaces with host Connie. She came to the realization that there were limits to what was under her control, setting out on a mission to create new tools and methods to take care of her mental health in these uncertain times, inspiring her to become certified as a circle leader/guide to help others prioritize self-care through creating new sacred spaces. 

Taste Tara’s Italian Kitchen

Wednesday, March 16

From fresh pasta to sizzling steaks to fried olives, join Tara Bisogna on the third Wednesday of each month as she prepares signature regional Italian recipes from her kitchen in Arco, Italy. Pull up a chair in Tara's kitchen and listen to her stories as she demonstrates how to make dishes you can recreate at home.

May 31, 2022
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