Womanade at The Pinehills

Upcoming Programs

Womanade bi-monthly programs are scheduled for the second Monday of the month (January, March, May, July, September, November).  Programs are held in the lower level of the Stonebridge Club.  Please note that meeting times change throughout the year.

These programs are advertised on the Womanade’s website, www.womanadeph.org, and in the Pinehills Land Owners Association (PHLOA) Newsletter.  Womanade membership receives an email invitation three weeks prior to upcoming programs as well as a follow-up reminder.  If you have any questions or wish to provide feedback or suggestions for future programs,  please contact us at womanadeph@gmail.com.


Summer Social!

The Book: The Story of Red Tail Hawk

September 9, 2024

4pm to 6pm

Katie Morini, author, nurse, long time Plymouth resident, and co-founder of Plymouth’s first and only Recovery Center, will share the true story of the life she shared with her family as they managed the maze of addiction.  Katie’s sister Amanda “Beth” suffered and died of substance use disorder (SUD) at 29 years old, after a 10 year struggle. The book tells their story through the author’s childhood memories and the beautiful poems that Beth left behind.  It is a hauntingly heartbreaking collaboration, yet inspiring account, of a family that turned their grief and love into hope for those that struggle.

The Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe and its History

November 11, 2024

3pm to 5pm

Melissa Ferretti, “Golden Dragonfly” is the Chairwoman / President of the Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe in Plymouth.  Proudly serving her third term as the elected chairwoman, Melissa has worked tirelessly on the many initiatives and challenges that indigenous communities face daily.  Some works include protecting sacred sites and ancestral burial grounds, tribal archival research, advocacy for tribal rights and self-determination, mental health and substance abuse prevention and addiction.  In addition, Melissa is the Board President of the Wopanaak Language Reclamation Project in Mashpee.

Melissa is passionate about educating the non-native public about the Herring Pond Tribe and its rich well-documented history.  She has worked with Anne Mason, former Executive Director of the Plymouth Antiquarian Society, and Donna Curtis, Executive Director of the Pilgrim Hall Museum, on many projects.

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