In an age where generational divides are often seen as insurmountable, Jane Isay has made it her mission to bridge the gap. Join the YMCA of Montclair and Isay for an evening of conversation intended to bring insight and understanding into the dynamics between mothers, adult children, and grandchildren.
With a book signing, wine, and hors d’oeuvres, this truly is a can’t-miss event that promises to benefit the Ys scholarship fund – no matter your ability to pay.
So come and be part of the movement to navigate intergenerational harmony.
Join Jane Isay on Wednesday, September 13 from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Women’s Club of Glen Ridge to discuss intergenerational harmony. This special evening, hosted by the YMCA of Montclair, will provide an opportunity for fellowship and conversation.
Enjoy wine and hors d’oeuvres, a book signing with Jane Isay, and proceeds will benefit the Ys scholarship fund. All are welcome, regardless of ability to pay.
RSVP by September 1 and address any questions to Anneke Demarest.
Share the event on social media, leave a comment, engage in a discussion, and connect with others attending.
Let’s come together to explore the nuances of relationships between mothers, adult children, and grandchildren.
Benefits of Attending
Attending this event offers the opportunity to explore relationships between mothers, adult children, and grandchildren with critically acclaimed author Jane Isay. This is an invaluable opportunity to gain insight into the complexities of intergenerational harmony.
Jane Isay’s knowledge is sure to provide a compassionate perspective on how to navigate these important relationships. With an atmosphere of fellowship, guests are encouraged to bring their questions and engage in meaningful conversation.
Not only will attendees gain knowledge, but they will also contribute to a larger cause, as the proceeds of the event will benefit the Ys scholarship fund. Attendees can make a difference while gaining understanding of intergenerational harmony.
Jane Isay’s Background
Critically acclaimed author Jane Isay will be speaking at the event to provide a compassionate perspective on the complexities of relationships between mothers, adult children, and grandchildren.
Isay is an acclaimed author, having written many bestselling books about parenting, relationships, and family dynamics. Her works have been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal.
Isay is an experienced speaker and has presented her work to audiences around the world. Her talk will provide an insightful look at how family dynamics have changed over time and how to best navigate intergenerational harmony.
Isay’s unique perspective and experience will help attendees understand the complexities of these relationships and provide a more compassionate view.
How to Engage
Attendees are invited to explore the complexities of relationships between mothers, adult children, and grandchildren with acclaimed author Jane Isay.
YMCA of Montclair hosts an evening of fellowship, conversation, and a book signing. Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Ys scholarship fund. All are welcome, regardless of ability to pay.
RSVP by September 1 and address questions to Anneke Demarest.
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Login to leave comments and engage in meaningful discussion. Connect with others attending the event and share thoughts and opinions.
Come explore intergenerational harmony with Jane Isay.
Event Contact Information
To RSVP for the event, contact Anneke Demarest at firstname.lastname@example.org or (973) 559-9285 with any questions.
Anneke is the local contact for the event featuring Jane Isay on the topic of navigating intergenerational harmony.
The YMCA of Montclair is inviting the community to come and join in the conversation, with proceeds going to the Ys scholarship fund.
Everyone is welcome, regardless of their ability to pay.
Please spread the word and help the YMCA create a more understanding and compassionate world.