NYC LIFE: Your Fall Line Up – Events, Music, and Broadway
Another summer is coming to an end and we intend to enjoy every last ray of sunshine and garden vegetable. But we can’t be too sad because Fall is heating up with some awesome events to fill up your calendar from vineyards, film, music, and workshops to retreats in Woodstock. And we’re super excited about our 10th annual wine trip to the North Fork of Long Island. And make sure to check out our Guide to 18 of the best North Fork Vineyards – it’s a great anytime getaway.
Tuesday Sept. 4. Never Make a Mistake in Love Again
If you’re out East, head to the East Hampton Library as they psychotherapist, sex therapist and author Beatty Cohan, who is also a 3T contributor. as she teaches us the 3 secrets that will educate, empower and keep us safe in the #MeToo World.
Are you tired of relationships that go nowhere? Are you tired of always ending up with Mr./Ms. Wrong and don’t know why? I hear from women and men all the time that they were so certain that they found their perfect match and partner for life. Then suddenly without warning they discover that their relationship is in shambles. What went wrong? Chances are the signs were there all along. They just didn’t know what to look for. East Hampton Library from 5 to 7 PM. FREE. But RSVP.
Sept. 10. Amanda “The Rose” McBroom at Birdland
Tomatoes you are definitely going to want to see Amanda McBroom is her new cabaret show, “MY FAVORITE THINGS. ” They show will include some of her own songs – she wrote the Bette Midler version of “The Rose” and her own performance of it is extraordinary. Her latest CD, “Voices,” was released in May of 2017, featuring a truly historical duet of her song, “The Rose” with country legend Vince Gill. Watch the video and you’ll know why she’s been called the greatest cabaret performer of her generation, an urban poet who writes like an angel and has a voice to match.” The show is at Birdland at 7:30 PM. Hurry and get your tickets.
Sept. 26. VIP Premiere Screening Invite
Join us for the U.S. premiere of “Mother’s Imprint”. Filmmaker Kata Olah brings her mother’s story to the world – a story of being born a Jew in Budapest in 1940, of losing her identity which saved her life when the Nazis arrived, living under Communism, the revolution of 1956 and the regime change in 1989. Join us foraremarkable evening that will include a wine reception, screening, and Q&A with director Kata Olah and her mother. Tickets are $25.
Sept. 29. A One Day Workshop that Could Change Your Life
Alice March, the “attention lady” and creator of The Attention Factor® has created an engaging, participatory and valuable 6 hour work shop that will provide you with essential tools for thriving relationships at work and home. This workshop has been designed from Alice’s 30 years of work around the world, with corporations, organizations, and individuals. She is an expert on the impact of attention on our emotional well being and has led men, women and children, from teens to seniors—across the world to discover and successfully meet their emotional needs. Get the workshop details.
Sept. 30. Join the 3Ts In the Vineyards
Join us for 10th annual trip to the vineyards of the North Fork of Long Island. Every trip has been great, but this one will even more special. We’ll travel by a luxury coach bus with two pick up points – NYC and Hicksville, and then head to the North Fork and visit three wonderful vineyards. Wine tastings, picnic lunch, transportation, fabulous gift bags, bus prizes and a very fun group, all for $110. Get details and tickets.
October. Two Fabulous “Women at Woodstock” Events
Ann Voorhees Baker is again hosting her life-altering weekend retreat for women over 50, now in its 7th year, October 11-15. And her 4th annual Writers Retreat for women of any age, follow from October 15-19. Both events are in the Catskills at Lifebridge Sanctuary in Rosendale, NY, about 20 minutes southeast of Woodstock, New York. The Weekend Workshop is part workshops, part networking, part mastermind session, part summer camp, and lots of fun and exercise and fresh air.
Following the Workshop Weekend is the Writers Retreat, for women of any age; it features two tracks: a workshop-intensive experience following the Amherst Method, and a “writers in process” track for women who want just a morning workshop and then lots of time to think and write uninterrupted. Each day is capped off with entertainment and a chance to share your work with your fellow writers when we hold evening readings by the fireside, with (of course!) wine and chocolate.
Find out about both events at womenatwoodstock.com.