Santa Fe TTN is organized and led entirely by volunteers.
Rachel Greenstein & Sue Burgess
A dozen TTN members danced to the fun and playful Nia choreography presented by Studio Nia Santa Fe's
Mark Frossard and
Barbara Miller. NIA is an expressive body-mind-spirit movement program that offers an artistic and innovative approach to fitness and healing. Mark and Barbara led us through four routines that gave us a taste of the 52 steps of Nia that blend aspects of martial arts, dance arts, and healing arts.
It was a new experience for most of the group and we left the meeting feeling excited and energized. Thank you to Social Committee Coordinator Linda McEnroe for organizing the evening.
Karen Lievense gave us details on the upcoming
Harwood Museum Tour that she is leading. Please see details in the May Calendar of Events section on the right.
May: Ten Tips for Dealing with Transitions
June: Downsizing Made Simple
August: Mental Roadblocks to Wise Financial Decisions
There is more than one way to RSVP to a TTN event - through Meetup, on the TTN website or by e-mailing the organizer. It doesn't matter which method you use but it is important that you RSVP to any event you plan to attend. It's a great help to event organizers.
We are still seeking a Coordinator
for Our Program Committee!
Please e-mail us with your questions and ideas.
Monday, May 23rd from 5:45-7:30 pm
TEN TIPS FOR DEALING WITH TRANSITIONS
Have you ever wondered, or been confused about, how to handle a change in your life?
Transitions can be big or small
and happen regularly to all of us. Come learn helpful tips on how to manage them more successfully.
The Ten Tips session will give a brief idea of the longer workshop, Women in Transitio
n, which will be offered
at a later date.
is the founder
of the Santa Fe TTN
chapter and is on
the TTN National Board.
located just to the left and behind the Scottish Rite Temple with plenty of parking.
431 Paseo de Peralta
$5 suggested donation
Bring a guest!
Members of the TTN Santa Fe Chapter had fun celebrating everyone's unbirthday at Carolyn Moore's house. Carolyn lives a little out of town and it was wonderful to see the beautiful New Mexican setting of her home. Carolyn's good friend and artist, Anahwake Nahtanaba, joined us to share her art and experiences as an artist with the group. She brought several of her Storytellers figures for us to examine and enjoy. After hearing from Anahwake the group swapped "unbirthday" presents. The gifts - which could not be purchased - turned out to be some real treasures found in each other's garages!
Want to join a new
TTN Book Group?
Want more information?
Interested in being in a
Transition Peer Group? Want more information?
Do you live in Eldorado?
Please email Sue Burgess at email@example.com if you live in the Eldorado area. We are thinking of scheduling a coffee out there. Thanks!
TTN members joined theater-goers to see Lillian Helman's provocative play The Children's Hour at the Santa Fe Playhouse on April 24th. A special post-performance treat for us was a private conversation with actress Sherry Engstrom, a cast member. We not only discussed the play but also the interactions between the characters of varying ages - and in particular the role of the older person that Sherry portrayed. We wish to thank Sherry for this most enjoyable opportunity!
Women Build We
Thursday, May 5th
8:30 am - 3:30
Willow Back Road
Grab a hammer.....and volunteer to
help build a home in Santa Fe.
Tools will be provided. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
for info or to sign up.
Thursday, May 12th
1050 E Paseo de Peralta
Enjoy good conversation while
savoring authentic and historic
drinking chocolates elixirs made
from historic recipes.
TOUR THE ROUNDHOUSE
Thursday, May 19th
411 State Capitol
TTN MEMBERS AND
THEIR GUESTS ONLY
Enjoy a docent-led tour of the State
Capitol-also known as the Roundhouse-which was dedicated on December 8, 1966. We will see the permanent collection of art and
architecture which reflect New
Mexico's unique culture and view the galleries of the Senate and House plus the area that houses the office of the governor and other staff.
Free parking is available
at 420 Galisteo Street
ONLINE ORIENTATION FOR NEW MEMBERS
Friday, May 13, 2016
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
POST MONTHLY MEETING HAPPY HOUR
Thursday, May 26th
Agave Lounge at the
309 W San Francisco St
Meet new and old contacts over
drinks and conversation in a hotel
designed after New Mexico's
famous Pueblo Revival Style.
OUR FIRST DAY TRIP
OF THE YEAR!
OF ART IN TAOS
TTN MEMBERS AND
THEIR GUESTS ONLY
Meet in front of the Office Depot at the DeVargas Mall to carpool.
4:00 pm - Return to DeVargas Mall.
TTN member and exhibit docent, Karen Lievense, will provide a morning tour of the
Mabel Dodge Luhan Exhibit (http://mabeldodgeluhan.org) for TTN members and their guests. We'll have lunch at a local restaurant followed by an optional afternoon tour led by Karen to the
Mabel Dodge Luhan House.
June 17. We must make travel arrangements and lunch
Non-members are welcome
to attend all events
except those designated as
Come & learn more about
Santa Fe TTN and the value
of becoming a member.
Santa Fe TTN uses
Meetup to schedule
share event ideas.
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.