Creating Sisterhood Art Workshop!
Open art day. Come for a little or stay the whole time. This is a day to create in sisterhood. Open to all Athena’s Sisters Members. The workshop will start at 10am and close at 3pm.
More details to come about what technique we’ll be learning this week. For questions post here, message us on FB or call the office at 502-618-4988 leave a message.
Our Membership gathers once every quarter and decides where we will meet every month. This month we’re visiting the Speed Museum at 12pm. This is for all members, though I encourage you to bring a veteran woman with you that might be interested in becoming a member.
If you refer a new member Athena’s Sisters will give you one of our new promotional t-shirts in May!
Networking, catching up, getting out and coming together in sisterhood! We’re excited for this change and hope to see you there!
For questions call 502-618-4988 and be sure to leave a message.
This month our book is “I’m Still Standing: From Captive U.S. Soldier to Free Citizen–My Journey Home,” by Shoshana Johnson
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Warrior Women Storytellers
You must read the book in order to attend.
Meets the 4th Monday of Every Month from 6:00-8:00
Children’s programming provided with an RSVP
Every month we choose a book to read about a warrior woman and meet to discuss the elements of the book that inspire us as storytellers, as warrior women. Each month there will be a group facilitator responsible for questions to help guide group discussions looking at different elements, and each woman is encouraged to write throughout month when certain techniques, thoughts, symbolism, etc. speak to them – which they can bring and share with the group. This is also a great time to work on our monthly writing prompts. Please bring your writings to the group to share. This is a beautiful for way us to 1) stay connected between Operation Legacy’s 2) reach more women in the organization, and 3) become better writers by becoming better readers.
A stained glass mosaic project for military women in the Evansville, Indiana area, starting Memorial Day weekend and on selected Saturdays throughout the summer. Design your own personal symbol of hope and peace, translate it into a stained glass mosaic with the assistance of teaching artist and art activist Julie Struck. Hosted by Athena’s Sisters. Mosaics to be exhibited at an Evansville Indiana venue during the fall of 2017.