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Cultivate Peace and Joy…Holiday Party - Mindfulness, Meditation & Potluck

Cultivate Peace and Joy…Holiday Party - Mindfulness, Meditation & PotluckThursday, December 5, 2019
5:30 p.m. mingle; 6-7 Mindfulness 7 Potluck
Location: 520 S. State Street, Chicago (Hospitality Suite on MR level)
Only 2 seats left!
Members: $15, Guest: $20
Holiday Potluck for members and guests! Bring a friend to introduce to TTN! 

Celebrate a year of amazing growth and connection for TTN Chicago with a restorative experience, followed by the sharing of a potluck dinner and wine.

We all want peace and joy in our lives, but the holidays can make that challenging with increased stress and mixed emotions. What we seek can only be found inside us and through the present moment!


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Active Aging: Discover What’s Next for You

Active Aging: Discover What’s Next for YouTuesday, March 24, 2020
5:30 p.m. mingle; 6:00-8:00 p.m. program
Location: 345 E Ohio Street, Streeterville 13th Floor
Registration Deadline: Friday, March 20, 2020
Members: $30, Guest: $40

The Transition Network Chicago Chapter welcomes author and advocate, Joy Loverde back to the stage.

Please join us for this special event, Active Aging: Discover What’s Next for You. Whether you’re currently in a committed relationship, aging solo, or wondering how to plan for life’s many transitions, Joy offers important guidelines to living the life you want now and into the future.

Joy Loverde, a TTN Chicago member, is a national aging expert and best-selling author of, Who Will Take Care of Me When I’m Old? and The Complete Eldercare Planner.

Over 30 years’ experience as a media spokesperson, Joy's appearances include the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, CBS Early Show, ABC News, Fox News, National Public Radio, SiriusXM, and others.

During her career, she has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, TIME, Money, New York Times, U.S. News & World Report, Reuters, Reader’s Digest, Family Circle, Psychology Today, Good Housekeeping, among others. USA TODAY ran a four-part series on Joy’s eldercare programs.

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