n (origin 17th Century) A salon is a gathering of people under the roof of an inspiring host, partly to amuse one another and partly to refine their taste and increase their knowledge through conversation. These gatherings often consciously following Horace’s definition of the aims of poetry, “either to please or to educate”.

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Monthly Salons. Rising from the Ashes.

The Salons take place from 4:30-6:30 on the first Tuesday of every month. They are are invite-only, women-only events. Get yourself on the invite list here or by completing the form below and receive monthly updates and invitations where you will have the opportunity to RSVP! But do it quick because each Salon is limited to 25 women.

The Salons are free, 60-minute guided conversations with groovy women about groovy issues…like Restoring Power, Grace, Compassion, The Dark Side, Taboos, Responsibility, Commitment, Balance—Or the Myth of It, Community, Partnership and Power, Victimhood, On Being Nice, Competitive…and the list goes on. The Salons are crazy good fun, powerful and connected. They allow people to exchange ideas, thoughts and relationships freely.

You must be on the invite list to attend.
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At this time, the Salons are exclusively for women.

The actual conversation is from 5pm-6pm, the rest is about connecting and networking. Fly, drive, walk, bike. It’s rich fun. Be there.

Subscribe to the invite list here or above and you are assured to get your monthly invitation with topic, and location and RSVP link.

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The Salons are FREE! However, YOU MUST be be on the Invite List TO ATTEND. If you want to invite or bring a friend, feel free to do so, she must be registered, too. If you are not registered, I’m sorry to say, you won’t get in the door. So, please register, ‘cause it will be so terribly awkward if you show up and are not on the guest list and I have to say, “So sorry, Molly, please register next time.” (That’s going to be the pet name for people who show up but haven’t registered, kay? Don’t be a Molly-Missed-It.) Thanks.