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Monthly Calendar of Events

The Cambridge Women’s Center is open Monday-Friday 10am-8pm and Saturday 10am-3pm for drop-in and use of the kitchen and computer labs. All groups and workshops are free of charge, and open to all who identify as women. Childcare is usually available if requested a few days in advance. * indicates wheelchair-accessible groups. Groups can be moved to wheelchair-accessible rooms with advanced notice; please call us to arrange.
Note: Alphabetical listings of New Groups and All Groups follow the chronological listing.

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October 1, Monday

  • 12-2pm. *Spanish-English Conversation Exchange. Mondays. Are you an English speaker interested in improving your Spanish? ¿Hablas español y estás interesada en mejorar tu inglés? The intention is learning in a relaxing way. Join in conversation. All levels are welcome! Info: womenspanishenglishclass@hotmail.com

    1:30-4:30pm. Beading Group. Mondays. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. Materials available. All women welcome. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

    6:30-7:30pm. <NEW> Breathe & Believe Yoga. Mondays. Led by Natalie Simmons, a registered yoga teacher. She approaches yoga as a practice, acknowledging that with each new day comes new challenges, both physically and mentally. Natalie's classes are designed to meet students where they are and give them an opportunity to try something new. Preregister by 4pm: jenniferchan@breatheandbelieveyoga.com

    7-8pm. Feminist Book Club. We discuss books through the lens of feminism and our own experiences. This month’s book is Bossypants by Tina Fey. Info: lizbada@bu.edu

October 2, Tuesday

  • 5:30-6:30pm. <NEW> Write Your Way. Tuesdays. Whether you're new to writing, or possess a lifelong habit, come join us. We'll write, exploring memory, relationships, identity, wellness, and more, and share if we choose. Info: adrianacgrant@gmail.com

    6:15-7:45pm. Survivors of Incest Anonymous. Tuesdays. A 12-step group for women survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Info: SIAWomenCambridge@gmail.com

October 3, Wednesday

  • 6-7:30pm. <NEW> Healthy Mind, Body and Soul. Wednesdays (not 10/17), Join us for restorative self-care practices focused on healing and connecting to yourself and others. Info: Erika, erikamagone@gmail.com

October 4, Thursday

  • 10am-12pm. Sewing Group. Thursdays. This group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Info: Karlotta, Graciegeorgie@gmail.com

    6:30-7:30pm. Trauma Support/Discussion Group. Thursdays. An intimate group where women share and get support for all forms of trauma, past and present. Check out http://cwctraumagroup.org/ for topics, more info on the group, or email groupcambridge@gmail.com

    6:30-8pm. *Women’s Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meeting. “Ladies, Let’s Talk About It.” Thursdays. Support group for women recovering from drug/alcohol abuse.  Info: Neile, 617-953-4878.

October 5, Friday

  • 6:30-8pm. *Bay State Butches. 10/5 (1st Fridays). Join other butch lesbians to socialize with and support one another and talk about our experiences! Info: Lane, defaultlane@aim.com 

October 6, Saturday

  • No groups scheduled

October 7, Sunday
Closed

October 8, Monday
Closed for Indigenous People’s Day

October 9, Tuesday

  • 5:30-6:30pm. <NEW> Write Your Way. Tuesdays. Whether you're new to writing, or possess a lifelong habit, come join us. We'll write, exploring memory, relationships, identity, wellness, and more, and share if we choose to. Info: adrianacgrant@gmail.com

    6:15-7:45pm. Survivors of Incest Anonymous. Tuesdays. A 12-step group for women survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Info: SIAWomenCambridge@gmail.com

October 10, Wednesday

  • 6-7:30pm. *Meditation Workshop: Welcoming Fall. Wednesday 10/10. Together we will practice meditations to welcome the fall season – mindful breath, body scan/relaxation, gratitude practice, and a meditation for letting go. No previous meditation experience necessary. Info: Christine: christineradice@yahoo.com

    6-7:30pm. <NEW> Healthy Mind, Body, and Soul. Wednesdays. Join us for restorative self-care practices focused on healing and connecting to yourself and others. Contact: Erika Veidis, erikamagone@gmail.com 

October 11, Thursday

  • 10am-12pm. Sewing Group. Thursdays. This group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Info, Karlotta: Graciegeorgie@gmail.com

    6:30-7:30pm. Trauma Support/Discussion Group. Thursdays. An intimate group where women share and get support for all forms of trauma, past and present. Check out http://cwctraumagroup.org/ for topics, more info on the group, or email groupcambridge@gmail.com

    6:30-8pm. *Women’s Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meeting. “Ladies, Let’s Talk About It.” Thursdays. Support group for women recovering from drug/alcohol abuse.  Info: Neile, 617-953-4878.

October 12, Friday

  • no groups scheduled.

October 13, Saturday

  • no groups scheduled.

October 14, Sunday
Closed

October 15, Monday

  • 12-2pm. *Spanish-English Conversation Exchange. Mondays. Are you an English speaker interested in improving your Spanish? ¿Hablas español y estás interesada en mejorar tu inglés? The intention is learning in a relaxing way. Join in conversation. All levels are welcome! Info: womenspanishenglishclass@hotmail.com

    1:30-4:30pm. Beading Group. Mondays. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. Materials available. All women welcome. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

    3-5pm. <NEW> Housing Specialist. Monday 10/15 (3rd Mondays), Come to drop-in hours with Just-a-Start's case worker to answer housing questions and concerns. She can also help you navigate a housing search process, resolve conflicts, and understand your rights. No appointment needed.

    6:30-7:30pm. <NEW> Breathe & Believe Yoga. Mondays. Led by Natalie Simmons, a registered yoga teacher. She approaches yoga as a practice, acknowledging that with each new day come new challenges, both physically and mentally. Natalie's classes are designed to meet students where they are and give them an opportunity to try something new. Preregister by 4pm: jenniferchan@breatheandbelieveyoga.com

October 16, Tuesday

  • 12:30-1:30pm. *Open Luncheon at the Women’s Center. Let’s enjoy a meal and conversation together. All women welcome (3rd Tuesdays). Info: 617-354-6394.

    2-3:15pm. Write Your Story. 10/16 & 23. The writing process can be challenging but it is also a satisfying way to communicate your thoughts. This friendly group will help you learn how to tell the stories you want to tell, fiction and nonfiction. Led by novelist Laura van den Berg. Info: vandenberg8@gmail.com

    5:30-6:30pm. <NEW> Write Your Way. Tuesdays. Whether you're new to writing, or possess a lifelong habit, come join us. We'll write, exploring memory, relationships, identity, wellness, and more, and share if we choose to. Info: adrianacgrant@gmail.com

    6:15-7:45pm. Survivors of Incest Anonymous. Tuesdays. A 12-step group for women survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Info: SIAWomenCambridge@gmail.com

October 17, Wednesday

  • 2-3:30pm. *Women 65+ Discussion Group. 3rd Wednesdays. This month’s topic: What makes us happy?  Come for fun and thoughtful conversations. Info: judy@cambridgewomenscenter.org

October 18, Thursday

  • 10am-12pm. Sewing Group. Thursdays. This group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Info, Karlotta: Graciegeorgie@gmail.com

    11am-1pm. <NEW> Family Law Workshop. Thursday 10/18. Led by attorney Isabella Jancourtz, this practical workshop covers child custody and support, divorce, modification, protection from abuse and other family law issues.  All women are welcome. Please email isabellajancourtz@yahoo.com with any questions, including other areas of the law you need information about.

    3-6pm. <NEW> Flu Shot Clinic. Thursday 10/18, Art Room. FREE!

    6:30-7:30pm. Trauma Support/Discussion Group. Thursdays. An intimate group where women share and get support for all forms of trauma, past and present. Check out http://cwctraumagroup.org/ for topics, more info on the group, or email groupcambridge@gmail.com

    6:30-8pm. *Women’s Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meeting. “Ladies, Let’s Talk About It.” Thursdays. Support group for women recovering from drug/alcohol abuse.  Info: Neile, 617-953-4878.

October 19, Friday

  • 6-7:30pm. Incest Resources’ Drop-in Discussion Group for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse. Topic: Self-Blame. You must come on time! No one admitted after 6:15pm so group process will not be disrupted! Meets 3rd Fridays, October-June.

    6-7:30pm. *Lesbian & Bi Women’s Discussion Group. (3rd  Fridays). Inclusive discussion group for women attracted to women. This month’s topic: Falling for Straight People / Realizing your Sexuality / First Crushes. Info: jojo.bischof@web.de

October 20, Saturday

  • No groups scheduled.

October 21, Sunday
Closed

October 22, Monday

  • 12-2pm. Spanish-English Conversation Exchange. Mondays. Are you an English speaker interested in improving your Spanish? ¿Hablas español y estás interesada en mejorar tu inglés? The intention is learning in a relaxing way. Join in conversation. All levels are welcome! Info: womenspanishenglishclass@hotmail.com

    12:30-1:30pm. *Open Luncheon at the Women’s Center. Let’s enjoy a meal and conversation together. All women welcome. Info: 617-354-6394.

    1:30-4:30pm. Beading Group. Mondays. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. Materials available. All women welcome. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

    6:30-7:30pm. <NEW> Breathe & Believe Yoga. Mondays. Led by Natalie Simmons, a registered yoga teacher. She approaches yoga as a practice, acknowledging that with each new day comes new challenges, both physically and mentally. Natalie's classes are designed to meet students where they are and give them an opportunity to try something new. Preregister by 4pm: jenniferchan@breatheandbelieveyoga.com

    6-8pm. A Survivor’s Write to Heal. Monday, 10/22. Writing workshops designed to embolden female survivors of trauma and abuse by providing an expressive outlet in a nurturing setting. We discuss, write & share our work. Info: dianesteinkamp@hotmail.com

October 23, Tuesday

  • 2-3:15pm. Write Your Story. The writing process can be challenging but it is also a satisfying way to communicate your thoughts. This friendly group will help you learn how to tell the stories you want to tell, fiction and nonfiction. Led by novelist Laura van den Berg. Info: vandenberg8@gmail.com

    5:30-6:30pm. <NEW> Write Your Way. Tuesdays. Whether you're new to writing, or possess a lifelong habit, come join us. We'll write, exploring memory, relationships, identity, wellness, and more, and share if we choose to. Info: adrianacgrant@gmail.com

    6:15-7:45pm. Survivors of Incest Anonymous. Tuesdays. A 12-step group for women survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Info: SIAWomenCambridge@gmail.com

October 24, Wednesday

  • 6-7:30pm. <NEW> Healthy Mind, Body, and Soul. Wednesdays. Join us for restorative self-care practices focused on healing and connecting to yourself and others. Contact: Erika Veidis, erikamagone@gmail.com 

    6-7:30pm. Women’s Center Board Meeting. Info: board@cambridgewomenscenter.org

October 25, Thursday

  • 10am-12pm. Sewing Group. Thursdays. This group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Info, Karlotta: Graciegeorgie@gmail.com

    6-7:30pm  <NEW> Representing Yourself in Family Court: Know Your Rights, Navigate the System and Argue Your Case with Confidence. Thursday 10/25. Monthly, with a different workshop each month. This month’s topic: Child Custody. Come join us for an open, informative discussion about representing yourself in a child custody case.  We will focus on the initial filings, the first hearing, the custody evaluation, and the trial. All are welcome whether you are representing yourself or just want to learn more. Led by lawyer Leslie M. Jordon. Info: lmj@jordonlawfirm.com

    6:30-7:30pm. Trauma Support/Discussion Group. Thursdays. An intimate group where women share and get support for all forms of trauma, past and present. Check out http://cwctraumagroup.org/ for topics, more info on the group, or email groupcambridge@gmail.com

    6:30-8pm. *Women’s Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meeting. “Ladies, Let’s Talk About It.” Thursdays. Support group for women recovering from drug/alcohol abuse.  Info: Neile, 617-953-4878.

October 26, Friday

  • 6:30-8pm. *Reconciling Support Group. 10/26 (4th Fridays.) A support group for people who were assigned female at birth, who are dysphoric or who once identified as something other than a woman, and are now reconciling with being female and want to heal and process with others of a similar experience. For questions, contact Lane at defaultlane@aim.com

October 27, Saturday

  • 1–2pm. <NEW> Healthcare “Ask Me Anything”. Are you having trouble navigating the healthcare system? Stop by to ask Neha and Jeanne your questions about health insurance, enrollment, understanding your coverage and costs, referrals, or something else. All questions are welcome! If we don’t know the answer, we’ll troubleshoot online to help you find what you need. Info: CWChealthcareAMA@gmail.com

    12:30-3pm. Healing Through Creative Arts: Accordion Bookmaking: Opening and Expanding. Facilitated by Carla Orr. Join us in a loving, supportive and sacred space for survivors of child sexual abuse. Sponsored by Survivor Theatre Project. To register contact martharogersmusic@gmail.com or call 978-408-9233. Drop-ins are also welcome.

October 28, Sunday
Closed

October 29, Monday

  • 12-2pm. *Spanish-English Conversation Exchange. Mondays. Are you an English speaker interested in improving your Spanish? ¿Hablas español y estás interesada en mejorar tu inglés? The intention is learning in a relaxing way. Join in conversation. All levels are welcome! Info: womenspanishenglishclass@hotmail.com

    1:30-4:30pm. Beading Group. Mondays. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. Materials available. All women welcome. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

    6:30-7:30pm. <NEW> Breathe & Believe Yoga. Mondays. Led by Natalie Simmons, a registered yoga teacher. She approaches yoga as a practice, acknowledging that with each new day comes new challenges, both physically and mentally. Natalie's classes are designed to meet students where they are and give them an opportunity to try something new. Preregister by 4pm: jenniferchan@breatheandbelieveyoga.com

October 30, Tuesday

  • 5:30-6:30pm. <NEW> Write Your Way. Tuesdays. Whether you're new to writing, or possess a lifelong habit, come join us. We'll write, exploring memory, relationships, identity, wellness, and more, and share if we choose to. Info: adrianacgrant@gmail.com

    6:15-7:45pm. Survivors of Incest Anonymous. Tuesdays. A 12-step group for women survivors of childhood sexual abuse. For info contact: SIAWomenCambridge@gmail.com

October 31, Wednesday

  • 6-7:30pm. <NEW> Healthy Mind, Body, and Soul. Wednesdays. Join us for restorative self-care practices focused on healing and connecting to yourself and others. Contact: Erika Veidis, erikamagone@gmail.com 

Other Groups:

*Straight Marriage, Still Questioning. “A Question of Two Lives - Where do I go from here?” A peer led support group for the woman in a straight relationship struggling with her sexual orientation. If you are interested in attending or would like more information, please contact us at kate.e.flynn@gmail.com 

SAVE THE DATE — Upcoming Special Event:
Autumn Open House, Sunday, 11/4, 3-6pm. An opportunity to celebrate and support the Women's Center community. All genders & ages invited!. Info: linda@cambridgewomenscenter.org


Alphabetical Listing of <NEW> Groups/Activities:

<NEW> Breathe & Believe Yoga. Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm. Led by Natalie Simmons, a registered yoga teacher. She approaches yoga as a practice, acknowledging that with each new day comes new challenges, both physically and mentally. Natalie's classes are designed to meet students where they are and give them an opportunity to try something new. Preregister by 4pm: jenniferchan@breatheandbelieveyoga.com

<NEW> Family Law Workshop. Thursday 10/18. 11am-1pm. Led by attorney Isabella Jancourtz, this practical workshop covers child custody and support, divorce, modification, protection from abuse and other family law issues.  All women are welcome. Please email isabellajancourtz@yahoo.com with any questions, including other areas of the law you need information about.

<NEW> Flu Shot Clinic. Thursday 10/18. 3-6pm.  Art Room. FREE!

<NEW> Healthcare “Ask Me Anything.” Saturday 10/27. 1-2pm. Are you having trouble navigating the healthcare system? Stop by to ask Neha and Jeanne your questions about health insurance, enrollment, understanding your coverage and costs, referrals, or something else. All questions are welcome! If we don’t know the answer, we’ll troubleshoot online to help you find what you need. Info: CWChealthcareAMA@gmail.com

<NEW> Healthy Mind, Body, and Soul. Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm. Join us for restorative self-care practices focused on healing and connecting to yourself and others. Contact: Erika Veidis, erikamagone@gmail.com 

<NEW> Housing Specialist. Monday, 10/15 (3rd Mondays), 3-5pm. Come to drop-in hours with Just-a-Start's case worker to answer housing questions and concerns. She can also help you navigate a housing search process, resolve conflicts, and understand your rights. No appointment needed.

<NEW> Representing Yourself in Family Court: Know Your Rights, Navigate the System and Argue Your Case with Confidence. Thursday 10/25. 6-7:30pm. This group provides women with practical information about how to navigate the court system, pursue their legal rights, obtain admissible evidence, and argue effectively in divorce, child custody, child support, modification, contempt, and domestic violence cases. This month’s topic: Child Custody. Come join us for an open, informative discussion about representing yourself in a child custody case.  We will focus on the initial filings, the first hearing, the custody evaluation, and the trial. All are welcome whether you are representing yourself or just want to learn more. Led by lawyer Leslie M. Jordon. Info: lmj@jordonlawfirm.com

<NEW> Survivors of Incest Anonymous. Tuesdays, 6:15-7:45pm. A 12-step group for women survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Info: SIAWomenCambridge@gmail.com

<NEW> Write Your Way. Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm. Whether you're new to writing, or possess a lifelong habit, come join us. We'll write, exploring memory, relationships, identity, wellness, and more, and share if we choose to. Info: adrianacgrant@gmail.com


Alphabetical Listing of All Groups/Activities:

*Bay State Butches. Friday 10/5 (1st Fridays) 6:30-8pm.  Join other butch lesbians to socialize with and support one another and talk about our experiences!  Info: Lane, defaultlane@aim.com 

Beading Group
. Mondays, 1:30-4:30pm. Come work on your own beading projects and socialize. Materials available. Info: thebeadinggroup@gmail.com

<NEW> Breathe & Believe Yoga. Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm. Led by Natalie Simmons, a registered yoga teacher. She approaches yoga as a practice, acknowledging that with each new day come new challenges, both physically and mentally. Natalie's classes are designed to meet students where they are and give them an opportunity to try something new. Preregister by 4pm: jenniferchan@breatheandbelieveyoga.com

Cambridge Women’s Center Board of Trustees Meeting. Wednesday 10/24, 6-7:30pm. Info: board@cambridgewomenscenter.org

<NEW> Family Law Workshop. Thursday 10/18. 11am-1pm. Led by attorney Isabella Jancourtz, this practical workshop covers child custody and support, divorce, modification, protection from abuse and other family law issues.  All women are welcome. Please email isabellajancourtz@yahoo.com with any questions, including other areas of the law you need information about.

*Feminist Book Club. Monday, 10/1, 7-8pm (1st Mondays except when 1st Monday is a holiday). We discuss books through the lens of feminism and our own experiences.October's book: Bossypants by Tina Fey. Info: lizbada@bu.edu

Healing Through Creative Arts: Accordion Bookmaking: Opening and Expanding. Saturday 10/27, 12:30-3pm. Facilitated by Carla Orr. Join us in a loving, supportive and sacred space for survivors of child sexual abuse. Sponsored by Survivor Theatre Project. To register contact martharogersmusic@gmail.com or call 978-408-9233. Drop-ins are also welcome.

<NEW> Healthcare “Ask Me Anything.” Saturday 10/27, 1–2pm. Are you having trouble navigating the healthcare system? Stop by to ask Neha and Jeanne your questions about health insurance, enrollment, understanding your coverage and costs, referrals, or something else. All questions are welcome! If we don’t know the answer, we’ll troubleshoot online to help you find what you need. Info: CWChealthcareAMA@gmail.com

<NEW> Healthy Mind, Body, and Soul. Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm. Join us for restorative self-care practices focused on healing and connecting to yourself and others. Contact: Erika Veidis, erikamagone@gmail.com 

<NEW> Housing Specialist. Monday, 10/15 (3rd Mondays), 3-5pm. Come to drop-in hours with Just-a-Start's case worker to answer housing questions and concerns. She can also help you navigate a housing search process, resolve conflicts, and understand your rights. No appointment needed.

Incest Resources’ Drop-in Discussion Group for Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse, 10/19 (3rd Fridays, October-June), 6-7:30pm. Topic: Self-Blame. You must come on time! No one admitted after 6:15pm so group process will not be disrupted!

*Lesbian & Bi Women’s Discussion Group. 10/19 (3rd  Fridays), 6-7:30pm Inclusive discussion group for women attracted to women. This month’s topic: Falling for Straight People / Realizing your Sexuality / First Crushes. Info: jojo.bischof@web.de

*Meditation Workshop: Welcoming Fall. Wednesday 10/10. 6-7:30pm. Together we will practice meditations to welcome the fall season – mindful breath, body scan/relaxation, gratitude practice, and a meditation for letting go. No previous meditation experience necessary. Info: Christine: christineradice@yahoo.com

*Open Luncheons at the Women’s Center. Tuesday, 10/16 (3rd Tuesday) and Monday, 10/22 (4th Monday), 12:30-1:30pm. Let’s enjoy a delicious meal and being together. All women welcome. Info: 617-354-6394.

*Reconciling Support Group. 10/26 (4th Fridays), 6:30-8pm. A support group for people who were assigned female at birth, who are dysphoric or who once identified as something other than a woman, and are now reconciling with being female and want to heal and process with others of a similar experience. Info: Lane, defaultlane@aim.com

<NEW> Representing Yourself in Family Court: Know Your Rights, Navigate the System and Argue Your Case with Confidence. Thursday 10/25. 6-7:30pm. This group provides women with practical information about how to navigate the court system, pursue their legal rights, obtain admissible evidence, and argue effectively in divorce, child custody, child support, modification, contempt, and domestic violence cases. This month’s topic: Child Custody. Come join us for an open, informative discussion about representing yourself in a child custody case.  We will focus on the initial filings, the first hearing, the custody evaluation, and the trial. All are welcome whether you are representing yourself or just want to learn more. Led by lawyer Leslie M. Jordon. Info: lmj@jordonlawfirm.com

Sewing Group. Thursdays, 10am-12pm. This group is open to all women who would like to sew with a machine or by hand. We will make or mend clothing, bags, quilts, etc. Info: Karlotta, Graciegeorgie@gmail.com

*Spanish-English Conversation Exchange. Mondays, 12pm-2pm. Are you an English speaker interested in improving your Spanish? ¿Hablas español y estás interesada en mejorar tu inglés? The intention is learning in a relaxing way. Join in conversation. All levels are welcome! Info: womenspanishenglishclass@hotmail.com

*Straight Marriage, Still Questioning. “A Question of Two Lives - Where do I go from here?” A peer-led support group for the woman in a straight relationship struggling with her sexual orientation. If you are interested in attending or want more information please contact us at kate.e.flynn@gmail.com  

<NEW> Survivors of Incest Anonymous. Tuesdays, 6:15-7:45pm. A 12-step group for women survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Info: SIAWomenCambridge@gmail.com

A Survivor’s Write to Heal. Monday, 10/22, 6-8pm. Writing workshops designed to embolden female survivors of trauma and abuse by providing an expressive outlet in a nurturing setting. We will discuss, write and share our work. Info, Diane: dianesteinkamp@hotmail.com

Trauma Support/Discussion Group. Thursdays, 6:30-7:30pm. An intimate group where women can share and get support for all forms of trauma, past and present. Check out http://cwctraumagroup.org/ for topics, more info, or email groupcambridge@gmail.com

*Women 65+ Discussion Group. 10/17 (3rd Wednesday), 2-3:30pm. This month’s topic: What makes us happy?  Come for fun and thougtful conversations. Info: judy@cambridgewomenscenter.org

Women’s Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meeting. “Ladies, Let’s Talk About It.” Thursdays, 6:30-8pm. Weekly. Support group for women recovering from drug/alcohol abuse.  Info: Neile, 617-953-4878

Write Your Story. Tuesday 10/16 & 23, 2-3:15pm. The writing process can be challenging but it is also a satisfying way to communicate your thoughts. This friendly group will help you learn how to tell the stories you want to tell, fiction and nonfiction. Led by novelist Laura van den Berg.
Info: vandenberg8@gmail.com

<NEW> Write Your Way. Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm. Whether you're new to writing, or possess a lifelong habit, come join us. We'll write, exploring memory, relationships, identity, wellness, and more, and share if we choose to. Info: adrianacgrant@gmail.com

 

 

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