Women’s Shed leadership workshops in February

To promote passion for professional and personal development, the Hill’s Shire Women’s Shed will run activities throughout 2020 focused around wellbeing.

Women’s Shed program manager Anita Fisher said there will be weekly drop in events (with different themes) and wellness workshops running once every month. Among the workshops, skills about goal setting and information about healthy habits will be shared to attendees.

Mrs Fisher began running workshops as a social worker and now also as life coach.

“I am conscious of the new year being a time of contemplation for many women. Often we dream about making changes and self-improvement but struggle to translate our initial thoughts into actionable plans or have a visual guide to focus on.” She has collaborated with personal trainer Raelene Barnett, who will co-run the workshops.

Monday, February 17, 6.30pm for 7pm start. Books and Beyond After-hours Book Club. Read A Well Behaved Woman by Anne Fowler. Meeting will be held Castle Hill RSL to discuss the book for those who have read it. Anyone interested in joining the book club needs to join the facebook page as it will have all details regarding the meeting at www.facebook.com/groups/633594310378688/

Tuesday, February 18, 1pm to 3pm. Drop in/Beware of Scams Police Presentation. Women are invited to drop in where we will be joined by our local Hills Police Area Senior Constable Alison Brown who will share ways we can avoid scams and stay safe. New women are always welcome and bookings are not required. Cost: Gold coin donation or bring something to share.

Tuesday, February 25. Drop in.The Women’s Shed is at Building 32, Balcombe Heights Estate, 92 Seven Hills Road Baulkham Hills. Parking is outside Thompson Hall. For more information call 0408 549 530 or email [email protected] The website is https://thewomensshedhillsshire.com.au

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