March 2016

Santa Fe TTN is organized and led entirely by volunteers.

Co-C oordinators' Corner 

In January, we
Rachel Greenstein & Sue Burgess 
told you change was in the air at TTN. We hope these changes will add value to your Membership.

One difference is the format of our meetings. We think you might like more time to get to know fellow members and guests so we're making program time a little shorter and social time longer: After February's presentation, we had a book exchange. Choices included self-help, mysteries and several Pulitzer Prize winners. Everyone found something appealing to take home.

Please plan to enjoy more socializing at our New Member Tea on March 19 which will be held at the home of our founder, Jean Palmer. Longer-term members will be there to welcome newer members, get acquainted and talk a little about all that TTN has to offer.

Do you RSVP to TTN events? Knowing the number of people who will attend helps us make sure everyone is welcomed and has a place at the table.  

It's easy to RSVP via this newsletter!

Click on Members RSVP to link to the place on the TTN website to "register" for the event.

Click on Guests RSVP
to open an email window already addressed to the appropriate person. 
Those receiving Meetup email announcements of our events may also RSVP on that site.
We are still seeking a Coordinator
for Our Programs Committee!
Please e-mail us with your questions and ideas. 

Monthly Meeting

Monday, March 28th from 5:45-7:30p

Rachel and Sue will host a potluck f or members and guests to explore TTN committees and special interest groups.

Women representing the committees and exis
ting activity groups will g ather in  separate areas. Meeting attendees can visit with the Membership, Social, Program, Communications, Peer Group Council and Logistics Committees as well as with book group and peer group parti cipants.   

will also 
Book Club
New Book Club Forming!  
if you are interested in joining, or for more information, please contact   
be an
op portunity to propose new special interest groups in areas such as: hiking, art, dining, movies, etc. Guests can get to know TTN members a nd the kinds of activities the organization and our chapter have to offer. 

Bring your ideas
- and a dish to share!
Beverages will b e provided.

Montezuma Lodge  
431 Paseo de Peralta 
located just to the left and behind the Scottish Rite Temple with plenty of parking.

$5 suggested donation  

Bring a guest!

Book Swap and the Joys of

At our February monthly meeting, TT N members and guests enjoyed each others' company while finding a new and interesting book to read. The Book Swap followed a talk by Ruth Greenberger, current board president of Literacy Volunteers Santa Fe, who spoke about her experiences as an ESL tutor and about the organization. Each person attending this monthly meeting who brought a book was able to choose another and then find its former owner to chat about it. This proved a good way to discover new books - and perhaps new friends!

Host Your Own TTN Events!  

The Social Committee continues to arrange many events, including coffees, happy hours, and special trips to connect our members beyond the monthly meetings.

Have suggestions?  Hiking, art, theater? Help us set up social events using MeetUp as a communications tool. Contact Linda McEnroe - to share your ideas - or to join the Social Committee.  

 Santa Fe Chapter





Thursday, March 10th   
3:00 pm
Kakawa Chocolate House
1050 E Paseo de Peralta

Enjoy good conversation while savoring authentic and historic drinking chocolates elixirs made from recipes spanning 1000 BC to the mid-1900s AD.
Guests RSVP



 Friday, March 11, 2016
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Eastern Time

Online Webinar
Members: FREE

Members RSVP 


Saturday, March 19th   
2-4 pm
Jean Palmer's Home 
790 Paseo de la Cuma 

New members will join longtime members for conversation and light refreshments. Learn about the social events, peer groups, and book group plans for the spring.
Members RSVP here and/or on the EVITE which was sent to TTN members.


Thursday, March 31st  
5:00 pm
Amaya at Hotel Santa Fe
1501 Paseo De Peralta

Get better acquainted with new and old friends over drinks and conversation in a charming atmosphere with pueblo and New Mexican decor and music.



April 16
Annual UnBirthday Celebration
2-4  pm
Carolyn Moore's Home
Santa Fe

A MEMBER EVENT. An UNBIRTHDAY party has been defined as a celebration on any day that is not one's birthday.
Join us for an afternoon of fun!


Non-members are welcome  
to attend all events  
except those designated as
Member Events.

Come & learn more about
Santa Fe TTN and the value
of becoming a member.


Santa Fe TTN Social Groups use MeetUp to schedule
and share event ideas. 
meet up logo

To sign up follow these instructions:
If you are not already a MeetUp member, go to
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:
If you are already a Meetup member, sign into Meetup as usual and look for our group title listed above. 
The Santa Fe Transition Network