Be it public or private, in-state or out, the costs of attending college are higher than ever before. For many, this price tag makes earning a college degree no more than a dream. Others get drowned in debt that can take years to pay off. In fact, student loans have now reached over $ 1 trillion dollars…more than all credit card debt in the United States. How prepared is your family to tackle these rising odds and pursue the goal of higher education?
Join us for a fresh look at the essentials of college planning. We will address some common myths, explain savings alternatives, and most importantly, provide you with the information you need to turn your child’s college dreams into reality. Bring your family, friends, and all others who are interested!
Registration appreciated. Sign up online, by phone at 203-775-6241, or at the Checkout Desk.
On Saturday, June 14th @ 1 p.m., Margot Saraceno will give a repeat presentation on embracing the art of making Mandalas. This program was so popular that additional dates are being offered to the public. The Mandala is known for its balancing and restorative potential. Designing and creating one helps participants to focus on areas of life that are causing stress and creating pain. After seeing and acknowledging the pain, one can move on to the possibility of healing.
Margot immigrated from war torn Germany to White Plains, New York in pursuit of the American Dream. After learning English, she entered the insurance industry where she became the first female insurance investigator in the United States. She has suffered from health ailments and was unable to use traditional medical remedies. Joining the Authentic Voice, which is a healing art group, she was amazed by the transformation in her health!
Participants who wish to make a Mandala should bring a compass and a sharp pencil. We do have some compasses available. Any age group is welcome. We are asking for a $4 donation for materials for this class, to reimburse Margot for supplies.