Registration Closes – Monday, March 19th
In 2015, postpartum depression left Brooke searching for an identity beyond parenting and partnering. Like many, she felt a sexier self-was underneath her other roles but no one was helping her, nor her peers, access it. Brooke decided to give moms just like her what they secretly craved: honest, open conversation about the struggles of staying sexy amid the craziness of a busy life. Brooke connects with women quickly and potently. Why? Because she’s just like them: a frazzled mom, a busy wife, a woman who struggles with her post-baby body daily. Her blog, social media posts and speaking engagements produce an inspiring chorus of “me toos!” from women across the country who are desperate to be heard, understood and most of all, lifted up. Having formerly run marketing & promotions at top women’s magazines like InStyle, Harper’s Bazaar and O, The Oprah Magazine, Brooke leverages her former role as a fashion and beauty influencer to not only change women’s sex lives but to change women themselves. Oh yeah, and she’s addicted to vibrators.
Brooke will offer guests really easy, really attainable ideas for growing their sexual self-confidence – both inside and outside the bedroom. She will outline 5 simple ways to unlock your sexiest self and then showcase gorgeous and effective play things that will help guests actually DO what she suggests. Mainly she targets moms and their particular struggles but can certainly address ALL women.
Brad Bruckner is hosting a comedy birthday bash with proceeds going to benefit Make A Wish Foundation!!
On the show are comedians, Chrissie Mayr, Teddy Smith, Tom McCaffrey, and Scott Blakeman!
Be sure to check out Lucys Laugh Lounge on Facebook and Twitter!
Tickets can be purchased here- https://www.lucyslaughlounge.com/events/brad-bruckners-birthday-show-1200pm
Calling all school aged violinists and violists! Let the Rachel Alexander Private String Studio help you prepare for NYSSMA! This workshop is for all school aged violin and viola students participating in NYSSMA. In each workshop, students will perform their pieces and scales, as well as review helpful tips and tricks to make NYSSMA an enjoyable festival. To register, please email Rachel! www.ViolinRLA.org ViolinRLA@aol.com
This is the second of this two-part seminar on Women and Wealth. What does it really take to get finances in order? Learn what needs to be changed or fixed so the right choices can be made to achieve a greater sense of financial calm and control. Speaker Laurie Stefanowicz, Senior Vice President and Managing Partner at Catamount Wealth Management in Westport, is responsible for working with clients to design financial plans and portfolios that best meet their needs and situation. No charge. Registration highly recommended.
No Partner Required! Invite your friends 🙂
Join Latin Moves expert Kimberly Charles in our Salsa Beg.1 Series!!
Looking for dance classes that will motivate you to bring out your Dance RockStar?! With consistent and dedicated instruction, these 6-week classes will help the Beginner Salsa student A D V A N C E to a higher dance level!
April 4, 8:30-9:30
$95 by March 28, $105 after
The horn driven powerhouse band What It Is at The Stamford Diner: Something different: “What It Is” playing a dinner set! Some of our familiar material played “unplugged” style along with some jazz and standards that we don’t usually get to play in the dance clubs. Good food. Good night out for the price of dinner only. Reservations required. Call asap: 203.348.7000.
Join The Mental Health Association of Westchester for a riveting evening as we welcome authors Nyna Giles and Eve Claxton for the first reading of their new book about Nyna’s mother, The Bridesmaid’s Daughter: From Grace Kelly’s Wedding to a Women’s Shelter – Searching for the Truth About My Mother (to be published 3/27/18).
At 29 years old, Westchester native Nyna was in line at the supermarket when she looked down and saw the headline: “Former Bridesmaid of Princess Grace Lives in Homeless Shelter.” Nyna was stunned; her family’s private ordeal was front page news.
The woman on the cover was her mother. The truth was, she barely knew who her mother had been before marriage. She knew Carolyn had been a model – arriving in New York in 1947, where she’d met the young Grace Kelly, and that the two had become fast friends. Nyna had seen the photos of her mother at Grace’s wedding, wearing the bridesmaid gown that had hung in her closet for years. But how had the seemingly confident, glamorous woman in those pictures become the mother she knew growing up – the mother who told her she was too ill to go to school and kept her isolated at home?
In this deeply personal memoir about friendship, marriage, motherhood and mental health, Nyna unearths lost pieces of her mother’s remarkable life story.
This special book reading includes a Q&A, book signing and refreshments. A rare opportunity to hear from both authors, this exclusive event raises awareness for mental health issues, and proceeds benefit The Mental Health Association of Westchester.
To learn more and purchase tickets, visit www.mhawestchester.org.