Midwest Mujeres: Meditation, Mindfulness, and Creating a Money mindset




We are hosting our last in-person event for the year! We are meeting at the new city of Madison fleet building. The city has generously given us access to this building. There will be childcare available. We will have food! The workshop is making a craft that will attract Money! Crafting is great stress relief! Join us for community and fellowship!

Date: Saturday, November 12th

Time: 12-2:30 PM

Location: 4151 Nakoosa Trail (across from Wal-Mart East)

Childcare: Will be provided!

Link to sign up: https://bit.ly/moneycrafts


We are so happy to have Marcela Kyngesburye, a local advocate of the Rape Crisis and curandera. Her titles include but are not limited to, Transformational Coach/Healer/Chemical Engineer/Fiber Artist/Author/Waldorf Teacher/Mindfulness Facilitator/Zen Leader, and Conscious Creator.


Agenda:

12:05 PM Welcome and break to visit vendors. 10 minutes


12:20 PM Rejoin and do the Ice Breaker for 10 minutes


12:35 Welcome Back! What did you say or learn that inspired you?


12:45 PM Budgeting and challenges with

Maria Lopez Marquez (Summit Credit Union)


1:05 PM Is the Salad bar and subs for kids. Water and other things will be provided.


1:35 PM Call back people to the room. Kids go back to the childcare area. Heidi will talk about Vagina monologues recruitment.


1:40 PM Movement+Meditation+Manifestation discussion with Marcela Kyngesburye!


2:10 PM we will have kids come in, and we co-share what they made and what we made.


Non-binary Latine Femmes are welcome. LGBTQ+, Black, Asian, indigenous, and White Ally women are welcome. Accommodations can be offered, but please email us to check if we have them for you: info@midwestmujeres.com


We are so grateful for the generous support of Summit Credit Union! Check out their upcoming financial educational events!




Summit Credit Union is a member-owned financial cooperative that is making entire communities better with our focus on empowering women to build financial security and avoid poverty in retirement. This includes a deep-rooted commitment to financial education for greater overall wellness and our efforts as the #1 Small Business Administration (SBA) Lender among credit unions and #1 Mortgage Lender in Wisconsin to help our members and women, specifically, build wealth through owning homes and businesses.