Womanade at The Pinehills

Upcoming Programs

Our programs are held bi-monthly. Since Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted we are now able to meet in person as we have in the past. Womanade's programs are held in the lower level of the Stonebridge Club. Please note that meeting times change throughout the year

Our bi-monthly programs are scheduled for the second Monday of the month (January, March, May, July, September, November). These programs are advertised in several places: Womanade’s website, www.womanadeph.org, Pinehills Land Owners Association (PHLOA) Newsletter, and email updates and reminders from Womanade. Should you wish to give us feedback or suggestions for future programs, feel free to contact us at womanadeph@gmail.com.

Healthy Eating: The Mediterranean Way

November 13, 2023

3pm to 5pm

Marcia Richards, MEd, RD MCHES, is a Registered Dietitian with Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth.  In addition to providing nutrition education, she has authored two cookbooks: “To Your Health” and “Simple and Delicious Vegetable Recipes.”  She also co-hosts the “Delicious and Nutritious” cooking and nutrition education show with Chef Jerry Levine.  Her goal is to make the healthy choice - the simple choice.

The Mediterranean Diet has been voted the best way to eat for several years in a row.  Not only is it healthy, but also delicious!

Learn more on November 13, 2023.  Marcia Richards from BID-Plymouth will guide you through a personal assessment to see how your current way of eating compares to the Mediterranean Way and discuss the many health benefits associated with it.  After attending this session, you’ll have a few simple strategies to help you adopt the Mediterranean way of eating!

Plymouth in the Gilded Age: Great Estates of the late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

January 8, 2024 2pm to 4pm

Bill Fornaciari, is an Architect and Owner of bf Architect.  Bill, a lifelong resident of Plymouth, graduated from Roger Williams University with a degree in Architecture and Historic Preservation.

He first presented this program at Pilgrim Hall Museum evening lecture series.  With permission from Dr. Donna Curtain, Executive Director, he will be using materials from that program. Womanade is excited to have Bill describe how his love for these great estates of Plymouth began in his early years as an architect.

While many Industrialists of the day were building their grand mansions in Newport and New York, some found places to establish their magnificent estates in Plymouth.  Bill will take us back in time through historical images and hidden remnants to learn about and appreciate the lost architectural masterpieces that are now the vanished estates of the Gilded Age.

Getting information about many of these old estates in Plymouth was difficult, even with the help of the Internet.  Bill encourages us all to do our part to preserve Plymouth’s rich history “because once its gone, its gone forever.”

Womanade’s Annual 2024 Spring Tea

Monday, March 11, 2024   2:00 to 4:00pm

Save the Date!  

The Spring Annual Tea is one of Womanade’s most popular events. Seating will be limited and RSVPs will be requested.

More details to follow

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