NYC:  Fun and Motivating April and May Events

Here are our picks for some things to do in NYC now that spring has sprung.


April 15. Celebrate Earth Day in Union Square

NYC:  Fun and Motivating April and May EventsHead to Union Square for the biggest Earth Day event in the country!  The event features dozens of exhibitors, including environmental non-profits, green businesses, kids’ activities, and live performances. With more than 70 organizations represented, there is something for everyone.  FREE.  Sunday, April 15, 2018|12:00 PM  7:00 PM.  Get more details.


April 21. Six in the City

NYC:  Fun and Motivating April and May Events

We’re so excited that Roe Piccoli who was one of 12 Tomatoes Got Talent Show contestants is appearing in a fabulous cabaret show at Don’t Tell Mamas. Roe is terrific and if the other 5 are just as talented this will be one heck of a show. Get tickets at:  www.donttellmamanyc.com


April 28. Live Longer Better

That’s the theme of this year’s Renewal Summit, and you do not want to miss it.  Over 20 experts in health, wellness, beauty, giving back. Plus, over a dozen exhibitors including jewelry, clothes, accessories and skin care products. You’ll be motivated and inspired. You’ll meet other amazing women and end the day with a wine reception. What’s not to like.

Get the details.  


May 9-12. Mother’s Day Trunk Show for a Great Cause

NYC:  Fun and Motivating April and May EventsWe love it when our favorite people support our favorite causes, so we’re delighted that Gabrielle Carlson is having a Mother’s Day Trunk in support of Plan International/Because I Am A Girl. Their programs effectively counter the sex trafficking of young girls, oppose gender-based violence, child marriages, and denial of opportunities for girls. Meet Gab, see her glorious spring collection and know that a portion of proceeds will go to support the work of Because I Am a Girl.  Gabrielle Carlson’s boutique is located at 501 Lexington Avenue.


 May 14. A Fun Tomatoes Night Out

We’re so excited that the NYC Chapter of the Transition Network, an organization designed to enrich the lives of accomplished women over 50, is hosting a book event for the Head Tomato’s new novel, Can You See Us now? A  fun girls time out, it will be like no other book event you’ve ever been to!

The readings will be accompanied by songs featuring vocalists Randie Levine-Miller, Beth Goehring, Karen Nason and Merrill Stone, accompanied by acclaimed jazz pianist Jon Weber.
Come enjoy all this including wine and lite bites.

The book may be purchased for $10 and the author will be available to sign copies.   May 14. 5:30 to 7:30 PM. Shetler Studios.  Tickets are $25 and must be purchased in advance.

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