T.C. Boyle’s novel, The Women, explores the baffling complexity of architect Frank Lloyd Wright through his messy romantic relationships. Join an engaging three-week discussion facilitated by Connie Garner.
3 Thursdays: May 25, June 8, June 22, 1 to 2:30 pm. $50 series, $20 per session.
This dynamic group, is always open to new participants. Now diving into: The Art of the Tale: An International Anthology of Short Stories, edited by Daniel Halpern. [Details at www.womens-exchange.org]
Alternating Fridays: May 19 to July 28, 10 to 11:30 am. $15 per session.
June 2 “The Bound Man” by Ilse Aichinger of Australia
June 16 “Little Whale, Varnisher of Reality” by Vasily Aksenov of Russia
June 30 “Hair Jewelry” by Margaret Atwood of Canada
July 14 “Everything” by Ingeborg Bachmann of Austria
July 28 “Going to Meet the Man” by James Baldwin of the United States
Mary Kelly, National Lewis and Life Transition Specialist will share stories and strategies for returning to college as an adult. This informational presentation will look at the social, emotional, spiritual and logistical aspects of the decision.
Join the fun and help hospitalized children. All you need is the ability to stitch two squares of cloth together by hand. Sewn strips of colorful cloth are turned into finished quilts that are donated to Project Linus. Conversation around the table is reminiscent of the quilting bees of old.
There’s lots of drama in our world. Business, media, schools, lives, all are fueled too often in today’s chaotic times by drama. And that leads to toxicity in our lives: the “Dreaded Drama Triangle” (persecutor, victim, rescuer). In this eye-opening presentation, Cheri Neal, trainer and coach, will discuss strategies to transform the way you interact with others.
Are you feeling stressed, overwhelmed, frustrated or anxious? Join Catherine Celimene, life coach and new facilitator to WE, on a journey to optimize your well-being so you can begin to reach your greatest potential.
Women and Heart Disease: Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention
Heart disease remains the number-one killer in women. What many don’t know is that symptoms can vary from woman-to-woman, and that the warning signs aren’t the same as they are for men. Join Philip Krause, MD, interventional cardiologist within the NorthShore Cardiovascular Institute, for a discussion on women’s heart health.
Join docent Judy Demetriou to walk Kenilworth's leafy streets and learn about Joseph Sears and the history of the village. View landmark homes from 1893 to mid-1920's designed by noted architects Frank Lloyd Wright, George Maher, Franklin Burnham, and others. Wear comfortable shoes.
Tuesday, June 13, 2 to 4 pm. Location and details upon registration. $25
Join professional docent Judy Demetriou to walk Kenilworth's leafy streets and learn about Joseph Sears and the history of the Village. View landmark homes from 1893 to mid-1920's designed by noted architects Frank Lloyd Wright, George Maher, Franklin Burnham and others. Wear comfortable shoes! Bring your water bottle too.
Tuesday June 13, 2 to 4 pm. Location and details sent when registration is complete. $20
Katharine Yao, MD, and Peter Hulick, MD, from NorthShore University HealthSystem will share how you can optimize the management of your medical care and health, as well as understand potential genetic risk factors for breast cancer and other diseases. Hear how personalized medicine, pharmacogenomics and genetic testing are relevant to your and your family’s health.
Author and ordained Zen priest Joanne Cacciatore will share how loss is transformed to peace, devastating grief to active and practical love, as she discusses her new book, Bearing the Unbearable. 20% of all purchases will benefit Women’s Exchange.
Wednesday, June 21, 6:30 pm, The Book Stall, 811 Elm Street, Winnetka.No charge.