April 21

NCJW Salon: Chocolate, Creativity and Connections

April 21, 7:30 pm

You deserve some me time. Join us for Chocolate Creativity and Connections, a deliciously fun and  enjoyable self-discovery journey through simple art and writing activities. Chocolate is a metaphor for passion. In the “meet in person version,” we would have a chocolatier. For today, chocolate is optional.  Discover three easy ways to boost your creativity and reduce stress in as little as ten minutes. Come away feeling renewed and refreshed while creating a stronger bond with your NCJW family. No artistic experience needed.  Please bring plenty of papers, glitter, stickers, markers, colored pencils or anything that delights you. If you can hold a crayon, you will be successful.

About the Speaker

Rae Luskin is an artist, author and creative mindfulness mentor. She is a true leader in using creative expression to nurture self-worth, resilience, healing, and social change. Rae has helped individuals and teams uncover their unique talents and passions to become confident and effective leaders. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Roosevelt University and a Master’s in Urban Planning from Loyola University. She has been a community activist for over 40 years working to improve the lives of women and children, and past president of our chapter. She is the author of the Benjamin Franklin award winning inspirational book, The Creative Activist: Make the World Better, One Person, One Action at a Time.