Santa Fe TTN is organized and led entirely by volunteers.
TTN Website 2.0
Susan Collins, TTN Executive Director, is sharing this message: DURING THE OVERNIGHT HOURS OF NOVEMBER 11-12,
we will launch a new version of The Transition Network website. While it will look a lot like our current site, it will have an updated back end and some new and exciting features for members and chapter administrators.
Stay tuned for more information on what you will need to know to sign in and sign up for all the wonderful TTN programs and events.
Rachel Greenstein & Sue Burgess
Why did I join TTN? When I got to Santa Fe, I knew almost no one, wanted to make friends and feel like I belonged to
something in my new city. Plus, the mission spoke volumes to me. What's a bigger transition than moving from New York City (where I spent my entire life) to Santa Fe (where I knew no one).
And, almost three years later, why am I chapter co-coordinator? Because, along with a community of caring, interesting, good women, TTN continues to provide me with many engaging programs that address my various ongoing transitions (from unemployed to working full-time) and introduce me to wonderful new people and places I probably wouldn't know, but for TTN.
I know 'giving back" can seem like a cliché but, if even a few women, whether new to Santa Fe or just in need of new community, find in TTN what I did, my investment will have been a good one.
My co-coordinator, Sue's, most important reasons for participating in TTN have been the friendships she's made in her Transition Peer Group and the excellent programs and wide range of activities we offer.
Our October meeting was all about planning programs and activities for the coming year. Check our newsletter's Calendar of Events each month to see what's coming up!
So, come join us for a meeting, coffee or happy hour - a great way to get to know TTN's community of welcoming women. Then you too, like Sue and I, may find yourself telling other good women about TTN. ....Rachel
Please e-mail us with your
questions about TTN
and ideas for programs or other activities.
Monday, November 28 from 5:45-7:30 pm
Our November meeting will begin with presentations by representatives from:
- Co-Housing and communal living
- The Montecito Santa Fe Independent Living retirement community
- Villages of Santa Fe is a staying in your own home option
After the presentations, the representatives will move to tables so that you can choose the groups that are most interesting to you and ask questions.
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.
Members Viewed Native American Art in Santa Fe Collection!
Six TTN members convened at the School for Advanced Research (SAR) on Thursday, October 14th, for a tour of the vaults containing a collection of more than 12,000 pieces of Native American art. Amazing pottery from pre-Spanish to modern day viewed on open shelves. Amazing jewelry, textiles, basketry, sand paintings, drums and clothing representing the pueblos' cultures and unique traditions. We were immersed in the heritage in this place that we live. Amazing opportunity!
Interested in being in a
Transition Peer Group
? Want more information?
We invite you to attend an information session about Transition Peer Groups:
Wednesday, November 16 7-8:30 PM
Palmer's-790 Paseo de la Cuma, Santa Fe*
This will be an informal meeting which will give you an opportunity to learn more about Transition Peer Groups and answer any questions you may have.
Hope you can come!! Please RSVP Jean@JeanPalmer.com either yes or no about your attendance.
The TPG Advisory Committee,
Jean Palmer, Chair
*Directions to Palmer's. 790 Paseo de la Cuma, Santa Fe, 87501. On Old Taos highway, go up a half mile, turn left on Rendon, go to the top of the hill, turn left and it is 790.
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.
Thursday, November 3
1222 Siler Road
The Food Depot's mission is to help end hunger in Northern New Mexico. Come tour the premises and help assemble food for distribution.
Thursday, November 10
790 Paseo de la Cuma (Jean Palmer's Home)
View this American historical drama about defiant young activists who take the woman's suffrage movement by storm, putting their lives at risk to help American women win the right to vote.
Bring your own brown bag supper.
MEMBERS & THEIR GUESTS ONLY
Thursday, November 17
India House Restaurant
2501 Cerrillos Road
Enjoy delicious Indian classic food offered in a huge and varied all-you-can eat lunch buffet including desserts.
MESA PRIETA PETROGLYPHS TOUR
Wednesday, November 30
Meet at Office Depot parking lot west of DeVargas Ctr
Mesa Prieta Petroglyphs, north of Espanola
Tour lasts about 1 ½ - 2 hours
Please pack a brown-bag lunch to enjoy after the tour on the property. Please wear sturdy, comfy shoes, bring poles, water and layers.
SAVE THESE DECEMBER
HISTORIC AND ART TOUR OF LA FONDA HOTEL ON THE PLAZA
Saturday, December 3
100 E San Francisco Street
Join us and see both public and private rooms in this iconic, historic Fred Harvey hotel.
MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY
Thursday, December 8
- 8:00 pm
431 Paseo de Peralta
Celebrate the holidays with TTN friends. Bring your favorite dish to share.
MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY
Non-members are welcome
to attend all events
except those designated as
Come & learn more about
Santa Fe TTN and
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.