Santa Fe TTN is organized and led entirely by volunteers.
Please join us on April 17 - NOTE the date change - to celebrate the
Fifth Anniversary of TTN's Santa Fe Chapter with our National Executive Director, Susan Collins.
The National office is a unifying support system for our chapters. Among other resources, they gather groups of talented women who create things - like PR/Marketing tools - that any chapter can use.
Another program available to any chapter is the Women in Transition workshop, co-developed by our chapter founder, Jean Palmer. I have taken it twice and found it a great resource both times because no two are quite the same.
I was a member of TTN
s founding chapter in New York City and, when it became clear (three years ago) that my husband and I were moving to Santa Fe, I was more than a little relieved to learn that my new home-town had a TTN chapter. While there are other chapters around the country, at that moment, Santa Fe was like a life preserver to this life-long New Yorker. And I was fortunate to find such a great group of welcoming women.
One of the reasons one might join TTN is to meet women with whom you have common interests. So, the topic of our March meeting was "Networking" and it seemed to be a hit! We started with a fun icebreaker and then moved into four groups to consider discussion questions. The groups were: women who are still working, those who are retired, women fairly new to Santa Fe, and women who are actively working or involved in the arts.
Everyone seemed to appreciate their group and the "working women" were still engaged while the TTN Steering Committee prepared to close the room around them.
Whether you are a member or someone who would like to learn about what The Transition Network has to offer you, please join us on April 17 when Susan Collins will share stories about the impact our work has brought to others around the country.
April Monthly Meeting
Our 5th Anniversary Celebratio
Monday, April 17
(please note this is the 3rd Monday of the month.)
TTN SAVED MY LIFE!
A talk by featured guest speaker
TTN Executive Director,
Festive Refreshments! Raffle Prizes!
431 Paseo de Peralta
located just to the left and behind the Scottish Rite Temple with plenty of parking.
A CONVERSATION WITH SUSAN COLLINS
Tuesday, April 18
9:00 am- 12 noon
THE STEERING COMMITTEE WOULD LIKE TO EXTEND AN INVITATION TO TTN MEMBERS TO JOIN US AS WE MEET WITH SUSAN COLLINS TO HELP SET THE FUTURE FOR THE SANTA FE CHAPTER OF TTN.
Thursday, April 6
Kakawa Chocolate House
1050 Paseo De Peralta
Indulge your chocolate cravings at one of the most exciting and original chocolate shops in the world! Kakawa Chocolate House drinking chocolate elixirs are representative of historic recipes and span the time period 1000 BC to the mid-1900s AD.
TOUR FORKED LIGHTNING RANCH
(Greer Garson's home)
Explore and have lunch at the ruins at Pecos National Historical Park, followed by a guided tour of Forked Lightning Ranch in the afternoon.
Carpool from Albertson's
at Zia & St Francis.
See flyer for more details.
(will be given preference)
GUESTS OF MEMBERS (pending availability)
Limited to 9 people.
4 spaces left - first come, first served!
RSVP only to
Thursday, April 27
Derailed at Sage Inn
725 Cerrillos Rd @ Don Diego
Join us near the Railyard for specialty cocktails, signature margaritas, beer and wine plus
a great food menu!
MONDAY, MAY 22
SIMPLICITY IS THE NEW LUXURY
with TTN member Karen Lievense
Non-members are welcome
to attend all events
except those designated as
TTN Members Only Events.
Come & learn more about
Santa Fe TTN and
Santa Fe TTN uses Meetup to schedule
Please sign up with the Chapter's Meetup site to receive meeting and event reminders.
To sign up follow these instructions:
and select sign up, using your e-mail address. You must go into your e-mail and verify your registration to finish the registration with Meetup.
Then find and sign up with:
"SANTA FE CHAPTER THE TRANSITION NETWORK".
If you are already a Meetup member, sign into Meetup as usual and look for our group title listed above.