Life Planning 1
Are you ready for a change but not sure what direction to take? Are you at a transition point in your life? Are you looking for something to do that will make you feel energized? If so, then give yourself a gift to attend the life planning class. This dynamic eight-week class will give you well-deserved time to reflect on your life experience in a new way. You will discover more about yourself, which is the key to unlocking your potential for understanding what you want to do at this time in your life. This will be Dee Kane’s ninth year instructing Life Planning at the Women‘s Exchange.
8 Thursdays: January 30 to March 20, 10 am to noon.
$250 plus $15 materials fee *Registrations by mail do not pay the handling fees. Please subtract the 3% surcharge when sending payment by mail. Thank you.
Drum Circles: Empowerment, Community, and Joy
Participants will discover the power and joy of the drum circle as they
join together and create music in the moment using drums, shakers,
tambourines, and other percussion instruments, all provided. In
an empowering and affirming environment, Linda Schneider will
facilitate the transformation of a circle of individuals into a community
of music-makers. Drumming helps reduce stress, create energy, and
release emotions. No music experience is needed. Everyone has
rhythm, and everyone can drum.
Mondays: April 21 and May 19, 7 to 8 pm.
$15 each session.
Short Stories - Join the Series or Attend Single Sessions
If you like book groups but don’t have the time to read as much as
you would like, this every-other-week short story group is for you.
Start with 1992 Edition of The Oxford Book of American Short Stories
(edited by Joyce Carol Oates). Attend this interactive group every
other week or drop in for a single session. The group is facilitated by
Connie Garner, yet discussion can be led by those in the group who
wish to take on the role.
4 Fridays: April 25,May 2, 16, and May 30, 10 to 11:30 am. Single sessions $15
April 11 “The Little Regiment” by Stephen Crane
April 25 “Old Woman Magoun” by Mary E. W. Freeman
May 2 “In a Far Country” by Jack London
May 16 “The Middle Years” by Henry James
May 30 “The Petrified Man” by Eudora Welty
*Mailed in registration may subtract credit card fee of 3%. Thank you.
No Pick-Ups or Fix-Ups: Internet Dating at Midlife
Back by popular demand...More and more midlife women are interested
in dating and today’s dating includes the internet. Learn strategies
and techniques for meeting interesting, intelligent men in a safe
environment. Gina Logan, professor at Northwestern University leads
this informal class. Write your own profile and learn to read between
the lines on potential dates’profiles. Many helpful tips are shared. 3 Thursdays, May 15 to 29, 7 to 8:30 pm. $60
Supercharged Change Strategies
Change is not just a 3 step process; there are strategies, behaviors,
beliefs, patterns, and risks that impact your ability to change. Once
you learn what these are, you will have the keys to unlock the change
you desire in your life. Dee Kane presents the best of Tony Robbins’
seminar: “Unleash the Power Within”. Friday, May 16, 4 to 5:30 pm. $20
Join Women’s Exchange facilitator Harriet Porter to continue the journey. Integrate the lessons learned and reflect on the next steps to take. Identify the road blocks and detours you encounter. Create your map to the next phase in your life.
Attend either or both sessions. Bring the materials from the Joan Anderson program along with your journals
Friday May 16th 12:00-3:00
$30 each session/$45 each session (LCSW-3 CEU’s available each session)