The Larchmont Mamaroneck Center for Continuing Education has three new programs for its WIT (Women, Ideas, and Transitions) series this winter and spring. According to Executive Director Diane Cashman, “These classes are designed to help women put their ‘houses in order’ literally and figuratively whether they are entering a new life phase or simply thinking about the future.”
“Financial Fitness 101–What Every Woman Needs to Know,” will be held Tuesday, February 26 from 4-6 PM in the Community Room behind the Larchmont Library.
Local financial advisors Laurie Girsky and Cindy Golub will provide insight into the items women need to know in order to protect themselves financially as well as how to set and achieve financial goals. Laurie and Cindy are the founding principles of G-Squared Advisory, LLC. Both women have MBAs, worked for Wall Street firms and are certified Financial Planners.
“Reinventing Where You Live: Should I Stay or Should I Go?” Local realtors Joan Capaldi and Cate Jarret, stager Marlene Gold and downsizing expert Fran Lamster will focus on real estate options, strategies for selling and downsizing and changes you can make to your home for how you live now on Tuesday March 19, from 4-6 PM.
“Can the Nest Be Empty If We’re Still in It? Reinventing Your Inner House with Positivity” with life coach and writer Caren Osten Gerzberg. Caren will discuss how positive psychology is changing the way we experience happiness. She will provide tools to reduce stress, improve relationships and approach life’s challenges on Tuesday, April 30 from 4-6 PM.
Classes are $30 and include a glass of wine and light refreshments. To register, visit LMCCE.org or call 914-689-9126.