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CALLING WOMEN 50+ IN THE GREATER BOSTON AREA.
During this critical period of time as we struggle with corona virus impacts, we are at risk of becoming particularly isolated. We are missing our activities and busy social calendars. Please know that we are here for you! There are many ways we can keep ourselves from feeling alone and confused. Most of our Peer Groups and a number of our Special Interest Groups are meeting virtually. We have begun new forums for sharing and laughing together such as our coffee and cocktail hours. Please look at our calendar and join us!!
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THE TRANSITION NETWORK INVITES YOU TO JOIN US!
If you are interested in joining a dynamic group of women, making new friends, exploring new interests, please join us!
The Transition Network is a national non-profit organization for women 50+ who are interested in connecting with other women as they enter this next stage of their lives. Whether you are transitioning into retirement, making a life change, starting a new career, or just interested in socializing, TTN provides numerous opportunities to meet smart, diverse, fun-loving women in a variety of settings. Many wonderful friendships have developed. Boston Chapter offerings include:
Special Interest Groups (SIGS)
SIGS bring together women with common interests. Existing groups include a Theater Buffs group, Book Club, Movie Goers, Community Volunteers, Sunday Brunch Diners, Mah Jongg Players, Travel Enthusiasts. Always looking for ideas, we will help get any new groups started. Potential new groups include Crafting, Day Trippers, and Game Players.
There are three chapter-wide SIGS that are open to all members: Community Volunteers, Theater Buffs, and Sunday Brunch. You can request addition to those email lists and come when you can! Requests to join those groups or any others, please contact Joyce Blumenthal or Carol McKee.
Peer Groups (members only)
Peer groups consist of 6-12 women who meet regularly each month to engage in thought provoking and stimulating discussions on topics of their choosing. Discussion topics range from those that are light-hearted and fun to others that help members to define and think through their futures. These groups provide opportunities for connection, new friendships and mutually supportive exploration.
Social gatherings, open to the entire Boston Chapter, are offered throughout the year. Examples include trips to the Newport Mansions, Peabody Essex Museum, House Tours, Holiday Parties, Charles River Boat trip, Pizza & Gelato Outing, WaterFire in RI, Vermont Weekend Getaway, on and on.
Diverse programs and workshops of interest are offered periodically. (Authors/speakers, Women in Transition, Decluttering, Retirement Topics)
Not sure if you want to join?
Go with a member and try one or two events to see how you like it. Many social events, programs and SIGS are open to all.
How do you join?
Simply click on the JOIN box and enter your information. ($100 for 1 year)
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2020 Virtual Halloween Celebration!
Mask-Querade Fashion Show
?Votes were cast in three categories:
1) prettiest or most elegant
2) homemade or most practical
3) funniest or weirdest. Read more...
Socially Distanced Ice Cream Social
Boston Chapter had its first socially distanced ice cream social. It was a wonderful outing and fabulous to see each other in person - while eating ice cream!Read more...
Virtual Coffee Hour
IT'S 5:00 SOMEWHERE!!
Annual potluck post-holiday party
2019 Christmas Quebec Trip
Christmas in the City
2019 Boston Symphony Pops
Christmas in Newport
Women's History Walk
Stay Healthy and Age Well
Working the Room
September Aria SIG Gathering
WaterFire and Cafe Nuovo
2019 7th Annual Cat Franciers Show
2019 Tucks Point in Manchester by the Sea
Downton Abbey Exhibit
Metro North Peer group
Food Tour in the North End of Boston
On Saturday, June 1, a dozen TTN members enjoyed an incredibly fun and educational Food Tour in the North End of Boston. The many small shops were full of color and character, most family owned spanning several generations. The shop keepers were enthusiastic, friendly and authentic. We felt like we were spending a day in Italy, exploring down alleyways and small stairways to basements where fresh bread was baking. We learned so much about what to look for, healthiest food choices, best restaurants, while all the while tasted astonishing differences between simple natural foods and those we are accustomed to in our big supermarkets.Read more...
Mount Auburn Cemetery Tour
'Behind the Scenes' Aquarium Tour
2019 Red Carpet Event
Volunteer SIG January event
Jan 2019 Winter Party
New SIG - Ted Talk
Volunteer Sig participated in 'Christmas in the City'
Boston Movie SIG
The Movie SIG had a lovely lunch on Thursday as they met to discuss their latest movies (Boy Erased, Can You Ever Forgive Me, The Hate U Give)Read more...
Metro North Peer Group
Boston's Volunteer SIG revisits Cradles to Crayons
Here are some more photos showing the volunteers from the Boston TTN chapter working at Cradles to Crayons sorting clothes for packets to be distributed to children in our area.Read more...
Boston's Volunteer SIG revisits Cradles to Crayons
Our Boston SIG regularly helps this organization sort and assemble outfits that will be donated to children in need. On September 26 our Volunteers were dressed in the new Boston TTN T-shirtsRead more...
A day in Maine
2018 Summer Birthday Celebration
Metro North Peer Group Member Birthday Celebration
Annual Summer Outing
Boston Volunteers with Cradles to Crayons
Travel SIG Event
Boston Chapter Volunteers with Room to Grow
Boston Chapter Volunteers with Cradles to Crayons
Boston Volunter SIG Served Up Some Love!
On January 6, 2018, Volunteer SIG members Joyce Blumenthal, Ginny Kiefer, Susan Spector and Audrey Tedeman prepared and served a home cooked meal at the Ronald McDonald House at Boston Harbor.Read more...
Movie Goers donned their most glamorous red carpet finery and attended an Oscars Party at the home of Celebrity Star Ginny Kiefer. Attendees strutted their stuff on the red carpet, cast their ballots for best picture and actors, played some intriguing oscar movie trivia, enjoyed an award winning sit down dinner and relaxed into a comfy sofa by the fire to watch the Awards Ceremony.
The Boston Volunteer SIG helped Cradles to Crayons!
The Boston volunteer Special Interest Group (SIG) had a fun and meaningful time helping out Cradles to Crayons.
The Theater Group Goes on a Bad Date!
Wonderful Holiday Outing Enjoyed by Movie Goers SIG
Thriving at 50 and Forward - October 12th
"Working the Room" Pop-up Builds Confidence
Member Barbara Hyle, engaged 14 members and guests in challenging but fun activities designed to increase confidence when encountering a new group in social or professional settings.Read more...
Theater Buffs on the Move - over Land and Sea!
Working the Room Workshop - August 1st
Facilitator: Barbara Hyle, former Director of Career Education and Alumni Career Services, Bentley University; Member TTN Boston.
Do you dread going to professional or social gatherings where you don't know anyone? Would you like to feel more comfortable?Read more...
Sip and Chat - July 12, 2017
Second Annual "Taste of Summer" Potluck Brunch
May Items of Interest
Travel Special Interest Group (SIG) forming.Read more...
Coming up: Spring Mix and Mingle
Date: Thursday, April 27, 2017
Time: 7:00 to 9:00pm
Place: Home of Le Procter
Bring a friend or two and shake off the winter blahs! Enjoy good company, great conversations, perhaps a glass of wine and some refreshments.Read more...
Conversations on "Doing Good"
"The World of Cruising" Pop-up
Watch for more events to come!Read more...
Do you love Shoes? Clothes? Art? Jazz? Miss the brunch date? This exhibit will be at the PEM until June 11th.Read more...
Facilitators: Rose Cummings, Jim Montanaro, Greg Dancer - Professional photographers and film makers.
There are two kinds of people photographs: One records meaningful moments or relationships with people close to us. And the other photos of ourselves.Read more...
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