All women are invited
During our time of being separated from each other physically we are planning events that allow us to gather virtually. Join us!
Everyone is welcome! Events like these have brought our women’s community closer. We look forward to ‘seeing’ you there! You don’t need to RSVP. Just ‘show up!
If you’re looking for a way to deal with our current state of isolation – TUCWomen is offering many interesting opportunities to connect online using ZOOM. To join the group, at the specified time, join the meeting in one of these ways:
Zoom Access Information
- On your Zoom app or from zoom.us with
- Meeting ID 457 957 6089 and Password 998 419
- Link to join Zoom meeting: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/4579576089?pwd=Mk5UWmdkUUdjNE5yazJId0tYeTBBZz09
- no password will be required
- Telephone number to call into the meeting: 1 646-558-8656 in the greater New York area. You will be prompted to enter the Meeting ID and Password above.
Check Soundings for dates and times
Pot Lucks Join us for our Virtual Potluck on ZOOM
Cohosts will be Eileen Belmont and Nancy McKeever.
Friday, January 22 – 7:00-8:30 pm
Any questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Monthly Virtual Potlucks: Every 3rd Friday of the month
*If you’re interested in co-hosting a potluck, contact Eileen Belmont through TUCWomen@gmail.com
Save these dates for future Friday Potlucks: February 19, March 19,
April 16, May 21, June 18
To relax at home during self-isolation, Carol Hamilton will teach us how to use a simple meridian tapping technique as well as meditation.
Dates and times: Every Monday in the month of January: 7:00 – 8:30 PM
Sacred Circles with Grandmother Nancy
Talking circles include drumming, story-telling and thought-provoking conversations.
Dates and times: 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month: January 5th and 19th
7:00 – 8:30 PM
Women, Spirit and Imagination:
Mark your calendars in anticipation of the new Women Spirit and Imagination (WSI) series beginning in the New Year. This series provides a rich set of opportunities for women to connect more deeply with themselves and to develop meaningful connections with other women in our community.
*If you’re interested in offering a workshop or series, contact us at TUCWomen@gmail.com.
A biweekly workshop that combines the healing practice of journaling with a structured format and will nurture freedom of expression in a confidential, non-judgmental way. When regularly practiced, journaling can connect us to our creativity and inner resources for dealing with life’s stressors.
BLM Book Group Friday,
Discussion of the non-fiction book: CASTE: the Origin of our Discontents, by Isabel Wilkerson. Parts 6 and 7. All are welcome even if you haven’t met with us before.
January 8, 7:00-8:30 pm
Black Lives Matter Meeting
Friday, January 15, 7:00-8:30 pm
We TUCWomen for BLM are stepping out to act in three specific areas: police accountability, education reform and a women’s conference intended to inspire, connect and create further action. All these actions are intended to build a more humane, compassionate and just world right here in our own communities.
My Grandmother’s Kitchen
offered by members in our TUCW community. In our bi-weekly series, our hosts will take us on a virtual fascinating journey through time to visit their grandmother’s kitchen and discover their cultural heritage—all through the lens of cooking.
*Interested in being a hostess and bringing us gastronomical delights and stories from your grandmother’s kitchen? Contact us at TUCWomen@gmail.com.
Days and Times: TBA
Stories of Encounters with “The Other.”
With Janet Luongo, author of Rebellion, 1967: A Memoir. Participants will hear short stories of encounters with people we were taught to see as “Other.” We’ll delve into memories of our own – messages from family and culture that shaped our beliefs; and our encounters and relationships with those of other races, gender identities, religions. We’ll create stories, oral, written, or visual (true or nonfiction) about what we learned from the encounters, and share if we desire.
Start date: Thurs, March 4, 7 pm.