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Welcome to the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

The San Francisco Chapter has members that encompass the Bay Area, including San Francisco, the East Bay, Sonoma County and the Peninsula/South Bay area. 

For more information about the San Francisco Chapter, please send an email to sanfranciscochapter@thetransitionnetwork.org

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Welcome to the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of  TTN

Our San Francisco Bay Area chapter was founded in November of 2005. We've held over 100 monthly programs and events in San Francisco, the East Bay and on the Peninsula.

Our chapter also supports an artists' group as well as a dining group and non-fiction book groups.We welcome suggestions for new special interest groups.  
 
We have also established collaborations with relevant organizations in the Bay Area including San Francisco Village, Jewish Community Center of San Francisco,  Commission on the Status of Women, and the Commonwealth Club of California.

San Francisco Bay Area TTN Members enjoy many benefits including:
  • Meeting interesting, supportive women.
  • Participating in members-only Special Interest Groups, outings and activities, forming new friendships.
  • Attending monthly program meetings and members-only special events.
Here’s a sample of the San Francisco Bay Area chapter’s recent monthly programs:

WELL BEING and PURPOSE in LATER LIFE
 
FINANCIAL TRANSITIONS: You choose some; some choose you
 
CREATING SACRED SPACE IN YOUR GARDEN
 
THE STORY WAS TRUE: Delving into Genealogy 
 
For East Bay TTN members, our chapter sponsors the Caring Collaborative, East Bay/San Francisco:

The Caring Collaborative, East Bay/San Francisco offers a support system in which women provide and receive services for medical and other life challenges. It is based on the Caring Collaborative, the innovative model for aging in community developed in New York by The Transition Network.  If you live in the East Bay and would like to learn more about the Caring Community, send a message to our Caring Collaborative Coordinator. 

Membership  in the San Francisco Bay Area chapter for one year is only $100.  To join, click HERE.

Not sure you want to join just yet, but want to attend TTN functions? You are welcome to do so.  Subscribe to our mailing list and receive our monthly newsletters with details of our events.  To subscribe, click here.

Please click on Events to view and register for upcoming events in the San Francisco area.

PAST CHAPTER NEWS


San Francisco Bay Area Chapter



TTN mourns the passing of vibrant and creative San Francisco activist, Jonee Levy, who helped hundreds of Russian Hill and North Beach seniors keep living out home. 
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Ronni Sandroff, an award-winning writer and editor, explores innovations in housing options encouraged by TTN chapters.Read the full article

November 11, 2013
Making a Life-Long Friend
Deborah Coburn, a relatively new member of our chapter, followed her interest and found advice and a new friend!Read more...

The special art study program to Paris was a huge success. The Road Scholar team was outstanding and everything went so smoothly. It was a great learning experience and an opportunity to enjoy Paris with a wonderful group of women.
(Image: The square in front of the Pompidou Centre - a benchmark art venue we visited to learn about French modern art)Read more...

Vote for Mary Radu! Remember the Marigold Ideas for Good contest featured recently on the website? Well, our very own Mary Radu is a finalist, and needs our help - click the link and vote today!Read more...

February 28, 2012
Road Scholar: Paris 2012
Isn't it wonderful when a dream you have then turns into a reality? Well, that has happened to me. My dream? To organize a TTN trip to Paris, with the focus on studying art at its fabulous museums. It all comes true in October 2012!Read more...

Our art historian will be Dr. Clark Poling, Professor Emeritus of Art History at Emory University.Read more...

TTN San Francisco Bay Area chapter leaders recently hosted a dinner at the home of Dianne McCutcheon for Betsy Werley (standing), TTN national executive director.Read more...

Author Gaily Sheehy interviews Arlene Reiff, co-founder and chair of the San Francisco Bay Area.Read more...

February 5, 2011
TTN-SF is Five!
Fifth Year Anniversary Celebration for TTN's San Francisco Bay Area Chapter.Read more...

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