Susie Weekes interviews Alison Larkin LIVE as she talks about her life, book and children’s school.
Join Suzanne Dewey and Janet Cooper as they discuss the screening and community event, Running From Crazy. The Erikson Institute for Education and Research of the Austen Riggs Center along with the Berkshire International Film Festival (BIFF) are excited to announce an important community event on suicide, stigma and mental health, featuring Mariel Hemingway and the documentary film about the Hemingway family, Running From Crazy, on Saturday March 28, from 2:00-5:00 pm at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, MA. For tickets go to www.austenriggs.org.
Our Spa Day ladies chew on gender inequality and international legislation to diversify corporate boards.
Deborah Hutchison, founder of Gutsy Gals Inspire Me, a company that specializes in content creation recognizing positive female role models. Each year Gutsy Gals gives out Gusty Gal Awards to women who are innovators and show exemplary integrity and courage in business, education, film and entertainment and charitable work. Join Deborah as she discusses the 2015 Gutsy Gal Film Awards which include Muffin Top: A Love Story and Breaking Through the Clouds plus a discussion about the award winning short animation; The Improbable Journey of Berta Benz. To find out more about the Film Ceremony and Screening, Gutsy Gal Awards go to www.gutsygalsinspireme.com.
Join Anastasia Stanmeyer and guest co-host Susie Weekes as they discuss writing, the magazine business and a life well traveled. Also don’t miss Anastasia’s BFWW Writing Workshop; The Journey to Find Balance Within Yourself and the World Around You to reserve your seat email firstname.lastname@example.org. To visit Anastasia go to www.berkshiremag.com to find out more about her Lean In Writing Groups go to www.berkshirewomenwriters.org. Also on March 24 and 25 don’t miss Anastasia and her husband John as they are guest lectures at MCLA, for more information go to www.mcla.org.
In honor of International Women’s Day the Spa Girls talk about the women in their lives they wish to honor.
Cowgirls Are Forever, a film in development sponsor’s The Cowgirl’s Call a multi-media performance featuring Amy Hale-Auker and Barbara Newman on Saturday March 14 at 7:00 pm at the Unicorn Theatre. For tickets go to www.berkshirewomenwriters.org.
Jenny Fenig returns to Radio2Women to launch her new book, Get Gutsy and you won’t be able to put it down until you finish; part memoir, part personal growth and all great! To find Jenny visit her site at www.jennyfenig.com to get the book go to www.GetGutsyBook.com.