Mormon Women Project: Salon 2011 this Weekend

October 30, 2011

Come to the incredible salon/fundraiser sponsored by the Mormon Women Project this Saturday, November 5th at 6:00pm, at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in SLC, with the theme: “Crafting A Deliberate Life: Making Choices That Are Purposeful, Personal and Powerful”.
It promises to be a tremendous evening — here is the schedule and speakers (further info here):
Keynote Address: Emma Lou Thayne, Author and Poet
Breakout Sessions:
“Finding Power in Your Spiritual Heritage” by Kate Holbrook, Jill Mulvay Derr and Cherry Silver
“Finding Power in Service” by Amy Antonelli (former director of Rising Star Outreach)
“Finding Power in Your Personal Story” by Shelah Miner (of fMh and Segullah)
Light dinner, small discussion groups, and silent auction with items including signed drumsticks from Elaine Bradley of the Neon Trees, Shabby Apple dress from CK Woolley, original painting by Leslie Graff, autographed Shannon Hale books, etc.
Panel Discussion:
Prof. Valerie Hudson (BYU Political Science)
Tiffany Gee Lewis (Deseret News columnist)
Chrysula Winegar (work/life balance advocate)
Neylan McBaine, moderator
The cost is $60, with $40 being tax-deductible. Pre-registration is advised at http://www.mormonwomen.com/register but there will also be registration from 5:30 – 6:00pm at the door.