Gather for a hands-on, lunch-and-learn style, workshop to examine your social media presence and determine how it can be enhanced to help your business. Come with your device in hand to follow along as you explore various social media apps.
Miria Toth, Community Education Officer at Chelsea Groton Bank, will help you analyze the differences in social media platforms as related to audience types, helpful tips, and approach to client engagement. This is an opportunity to build and reinvigorate the your business’ social media presence.
Spots are limited…register for yours now!
Part One — Craft Your Compelling Communication – November 19th
Part Two — Practicing Your Presentation – December 3rd
Join Judith Clinton, owner of The Way of the Labyrinth, as she shares her expertise with
WBDC for this interactive program to explore your themes, identify stories for your message, and craft language for your communication. The workshop will include time dedicated to presenting to the group in a supportive learning environment in addition to constructive thoughts on refining your approach.
Coastal Connecticut Research in New London will be conducting a Wellness Event focusing on the many changes women experience during menopause. The event, free and open to the public, will be held in the Community Room of the Public Library of New London on Wednesday, November 20th beginning at 5:15pm.
Featured speakers include Dr. Robert M. Spitz, gynecologist and medical director of Coastal Connecticut Research, Alison Dvorak, Registered Dietician and Certified Nutritionist, and the director of education and training for Senior Resources, and Lisa Bragaw, PharmD, clinical pharmacist, owner and wellness instructor at Zen and Now Wellness Studios. Topics of discussion will highlight some of the physiological and emotional changes women experience during menopause such as hot flashes, low libido, weight gain, and mood swings, and how to address those changes. Light refreshments will be available.
Those interested in learning more about the event can contact Coastal Connecticut Research at (860) 443-4567 or email email@example.com. Registration is requested for planning purposes.
Business owners often look at their business plan as an onerous task to be avoided. In fact, having a business plan is one of the most important elements of business success. In this workshop Jim Jackson, Business Advisor at The Connecticut Small Business Development Center, will provide insights into the strategic and tactical aspects of writing and maintaining a business plan, and will offer tips for success.
Toastmasters will help you:
– Become a better speaker and presenter.
– Communicate with Confidence.
– Develop your leadership skills
– Listen effectively and provide feedback
Each meeting is made up of three parts. First we have the prepared speeches, then we have impromptu speaking, and finally we have time for feedback and recommendations.
We meet the first and third Wednesday of each month. We would love to have to stop by and join us for a meeting.
Note: We have to lock the door at the bank when we head down to the community room, so make sure you arrive on time!
Instructor: Zufar Bikbov
Thursday to Sunday, November 21st to November 23rd, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm
Ages 18+ | Lyme Academy Campus
Tuition: $450 | 3 total sessions | 21 total workshop hours
Description: “Great painting is when the right color, with the right value, is applied onto the right place”. Good to keep this in mind, but what steps does a student need to know in order to turn the struggle of work “en plein air” into an efficient tool for improving overall skills and quality of artwork? During this three-day workshop, Zufar Bikbov will go over all the nuances and details of the four-step painting process, which smoothly incorporates analysis, drawing, composition and particularly how to create larger-sized art in the studio using a Plein Air painting as a model. This approach has been the key to creating artworks that receive top awards on numerous regional and national level art competitions. During these 3 days, students will paint outdoors and in-studio. Going twice over the 4-steps of work. This workshop is fully hands-on, and the improvement of your skills will help you paint more often with better results.
This workshop with SCORE Mentor Eric Munro covers one of the most important facets of developing your customer base. Building alliances with friends, customers, vendors and business associates is key to establishing a broad range of contacts that leads to sales growth. Learn networking benefits & techniques, how to engage & follow up, and more.
Join us for a story time best suited for children birth to 12 months. (Siblings are welcome.)
Proceeding the story time we will have a play group with representatives from certified lactation counselors!
This is a free event that meets twice a month at the Public Library of New London.
Baby Cafe is aimed towards new mothers, nursing moms and pregnant women; however, it is open to everyone who is interested in learning about how to support breastfeeding.
Meets twice a month on Fridays from 10:30-12:30 PM.
For more information, please call 860-447-1411 x103 or visit our website at www.plnl.org/children.
Perfect for first-timers! In this 5 hour workshop, you will make and take home 2 mini-feathers (each approx. 5” – 6” long) using the Tiffany copper foil method of stained glass construction. You will learn the basics of glass cutting, grinding, copper foiling and soldering while you make 2 beautiful feathers from a choice of 3 different patterns. These feathers are elegant on their own or suitable for embellishment with beads, leather, wirework, or made into dreamcatchers or mobiles.
Class time: 10am – 3pm This single-session workshop Saturday, November 23rd
Made possible by our generous donors Pfizer Inc. and Charter Oak Credit Union