Tuesday, Aug 6, 2019
From 5pm to 7:30pm
Event is closed or full.
A Series for Women
What does it mean to "live intentionally" as a daughter, friend, sister, mother or wife? One answer to this question is being willing to take a step back and evaluate how we live. What are the things we've collected and how do they serve us? How are we choosing to spend our time? How does our community serve our needs and how do we serve the community?
Women face all sorts of decisions every day. Our lives can often feel as cluttered as ever, both in our physical environments at home and at work and in our digital environments like on our smartphone, tablet, or movie queue. Intentional living extends beyond ourselves and our homes, though. It's also about how our communities can grow, develop, and expand to serve all generations. Let’s pause and take a look at what matters most to us.
Join us for delicious appetizers and desserts, a glass of wine or iced tea and inspiring speakers and open conversation about living intentionally be it in our homes, digital worlds, or communities.
5:00 – Wine and beverages, appetizers, mix and mingle
5:30 – Welcome from AARP Maine’s State President Patricia Pinto
5:35 – Downsizing Tips & Experiences – Cynthia Peterson, Health Educator, AARP Volunteer
5:50 – What the Kids Bring Home - Decluttering from a Parent’s Perspective: Lori Lommler, Financial Advisor, Mother, AARP Volunteer
6:00 – Digital Decluttering: Sarah Sullivan, Photographer & Marketing Consultant, Story Silo Media
6:10 – Creating the Communities that serve all
6:25 – Uncovering What Matters Most – Cynthia Peterson & Lori Lommler
6:40 – What’s next in AARP Maine’s Thrive Together Series for Women – Pat Pinto
6:45 – Mix, mingle and enjoy drinks and tasty bites
7:30 – Wrap up
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JOIN FOR JUST $16 A YEAR