Santa Fe TTN is organized and led entirely by volunteers.
|Rachel Greenstein & Robin Sarkissian
It's February and as Valentine's Day approaches, love is in the air! We would like to take a moment to show our love and appreciation for our members and potential members. How can we help you to get the most out of your Santa Fe TTN experience? Help us to know you better. What is it that you enjoy in your local TTN chapter and what is it you would like to see more of? Are there issues that are of interest to you that you would want to explore with us? Philanthropic causes you want to help? Activities you want to participate in or other information you would like to gain? With input from you, we can shape your experience to get the most out of your TTN chapter. Without you, we cannot thrive and grow.
January's meeting on travel with
Ann Sager, Jessica Christensen
, showed us we can live our dreams and travel far and wide - or even close to home! - for amazing life changing experiences. If money and time were no object, where would you go and why? What were some of your most memorable travel experiences, exotic or local?
A huge thank you to
for tirelessly acting as our chapter co-coordinator for the last year. I will be taking over for Sue and working with Rachel as your new co-coordinator. I look forward to getting to know you better in the coming months. As I get to know you, I want to know what you would like to get out of your membership with the Santa Fe Chapter of TTN. Please think about some of the questions in this column and send me your answers at my email address:
Please join us for the February meeting:
will help us understand whether we are more Right-Brain or Left-Brain dominant, which we prefer and how to use time most effectively.
We are looking for members to coordinate
Please contact Rachel Greenstein
or Robin Sarjussian
if you're interested.
If you are interested in recycling the plastic from our meetings, just bring a container and ask to make an announcement for us to use it
Monday, February 27 from 5:45-7:30 pm
Are You More Right or Left Brain Dominant?
What are the differences in time management for right and left brain people?
The two types h
ave very different ways of thinking, learning, working and being.
Come learn which is more dominant for you and how you can be a more effective time manager.
Jean Palmer, the founder of our TTN Santa Fe Chapter, will be our presenter. Prior to moving to Santa Fe, she had her own company for 35 years - Jean C. Palmer, Training for Success and Excellence.
Bring a guest!
Suggested donation: $5
431 Paseo de Peralta
located just to the left and behind the Scottish Rite Temple with plenty of parking.
ONE Weekend - TWO Events!
TTN members were well represented throughout the historic
Women's March on Washington, Santa Fe on January 21st,
joining approximately 12,000 locals!
"The homemade signs were creative, clever and had many messages, some serious, some humorous. I was impressed by the wide variety of people there." " It was so impressive, inspiring and wonderful." "It gave me a lot of hope that people still care a lot about important issues."
The march was part of a much larger movement, occurring
in large and small cities worldwide!
Rounding out the weekend was a fantastic concert,
Give Me Music
New Mexico Peace Choir
, both TTN members, belong to the choral ensemble whose mission is, through actions and voices, to make a positive change in the collective
"The music was exciting, complex, moving & sometimes poignant, perfectly performed, & oh so timely!" "It really was wonderful & uplifting."
The concert was presented both in Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
Thursday, February 9
637 Cerrillos Road
Have a cuppa with us at this new cafe/grocery/hardware establishment with the same owner as Vinaigrette, offering fresh coffee, smoothies, sandwiches and pastries.
Thursday, February 16
Hotel St Francis
210 Don Gaspar Ave
We will give ourselves a belated valentine at Secreto Lounge, a craft cocktail bar featuring "Garden-To-Glass" vintage cocktails and wines that trace the paths of the wine making traditions in New Mexico.
PRIVATE TOUR OF THE MUSEUM OF INDIAN ART & CULTURE
Wednesday, Feb 22
710 Camino Lejo
We will be led by TTN member and museum docent, Kay Henriksen.
Free to those 60+,
$7 to N.M. residents
Optional: Lunch at the Museum Hill Café
Tour limited to six.
You must RSVP
to Kay Henriksen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Another tour will be offered in March if there is interest.
TTN MEMBERS ONLY
MONDAY, MARCH 27
MONDAY, APRIL 17
(Please note: this is the 3rd Monday)
Join us to welcome TTN's Executive Director, Susan Collins, and celebrate our Santa Fe Chapter's Five Year Anniversary !
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.