NYC Life: Fall Events for All!
Tic Toc. Fall’s ahead, but there’s so much to look forward to we’ll hardly miss summer. Well yes, we will, but with events like our 3T Wine Trip (still a few tixs left), plus Broadway’s 2 for 1, and other great doings around down, we’ll hardly be sulking. Here are a few of our picks, but you just might have to clone yourself to enjoy all of them.
Sept. 7 to 21. Broadway’s 2 for 1.This is a great time of the year to catch up on Broadway shows you’ve been dying to see. But hurry!
Sept. 9. Learn how to De-stress.Our friend Deborah Goldstein, founder of Driven Professionals invites stressed out tomatoes to an evening event that focus of meditation and mindfulness. Join them and learn the “3 Easy Steps to a Stress Free Life”, and meet Deborah and some other cool people too. Grab your ticket today!
Sept. 9. Leadership Innovations and Ending Hunger. The world’s problems often seem unsolvable, but ending hunger is not. One organization that is making huge strides is The Hunger Project, an amazing international non-profit whose mission is to end hunger through an integrated women-centric approach. Learn more at event at the Scandinavia House on Leadership Innovation and developing self-reliance. Lisa Lindström, CEO of Doberman an innovative design firm, and Åsa Skogström Feldt, President and CEO of The Hunger Project, will engage in a lively discussion around how different approaches of developing self-reliance.
Location: Scandinavia House (58 Park Ave, New York, NY 10016)
When: 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Cost: $35 event fee
How to register: Click here to learn more and to register.
September 10. Julie Budd at the Metropolitan Room. The fabulous performer, Julie Budd, who is now in residence at the Metropolitan Room will pay tribute to Frank Sinatra in “Remembering Mr. Sinatra.” That also happens to be the title of her new CD which will be released on Sept. 1st. Tickets start at $35. Get the details.