Mamas Make It Happen 


Saturday April 30, 2011 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM EDT

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Twin Ponds Integrative Health Center 
628 Twin Ponds Road
Breinigsville, PA 18031

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Registration Cost*

$65 before March 15

$80 after March 15 

 Mamas Make it Happen

Day of Inspiration

Your day to tend to these six branches of the

Tree of Motherhood:

  • Parenting & Relationships
  • Physical Health & Wellness
  • Intellectual Stimulation
  • Creative Expression
  • Spirituality
  • Professional Pursuits

You'll choose workshops throughout the day that will nurture the YOU at the core of your Happenin' self!  Some of these offerings include Creating the Life You Want, Mompreneurship, Clutter (and Clearing!), Redirecting Children's Behavior, Knitting, Herbs for Women and Crafting Natural Toys .

Enjoy the tastiest healthy lunch and snacks you can imagine, while grabbing some great swag and meeting other inspiring Happenin' Mamas!

There will be 30-minute breaks in the day for meditation, massage, personal styling tips, fabulous raffle prizes, and more!

You can find  the day's schedule at our website:  www.MamasMakeItHappen.com

But Wait, Mama! There's More!

Keynote Speaker - Robin Black

We are thrilled (thrilled!!!) to have Robin Black at the Day of Inspiration!  Robin, mother of three and author of If I Loved You, I Would Tell You This is kicking off the day with a keynote conversation.  We were introduced to Robin when her book was listed in O. Magazine's Summer Reading List (June, 2010).  And you can check out her piece, "Why it's Never Too Late", also in O. Magazine (October, 2010).  We can't wait for you to meet her!

Robin Black photoRobin Black's story collection If I loved you, I would tell you this (Random House, 2010) was a finalist in the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Prize, a summer reading pick of O. Magazine and the recipient of worldwide praise. Published in seven countries and four languages, it will be available in paperback in April 2011.  Robin is the mother of three children, grown and almost grown, and has taught at Arcadia University, Bryn Mawr College and privately.  She is currently working on her first novel and lives with her husband, children and Tibetan Terrier in the Philadelphia area.