Temporary work can bulk up your résumé and your wallet
by: .aarp.org/work/experts/kerry-hannon/”>Kerry Hannon | from: AARP | August 31, 2012
Here are some ideas for contract work which could be interesting, bring in some extra income and possibly lead to full-time employment.
There will be a Holiday Gift Show on Saturday, November 17th from 10 am to 4 pm at the New Vision Center.
And the first annual holiday celebration will be on the Real London Bus on Sunday, December 9th from 6 – 9 pm.
For details of these events and membership information see the website:
Hollywood’s “guru of hue” Jill Kirsh takes a closer look at this season’s 10 coolest colors and matches them with the FOF celebs they flatter most. Jill, has a color theory system based on hair color, and believes that any FOF can look younger, thinner and more radiant when they are wearing their best shades. Read more about Jill’s color system, here.
From 9/27/2010 FabOverFifty Style: http://www.faboverfifty.com/wstyleblog.php/?p=22391
Festival of Fun for Pets and People
On Sunday Adopt-A-Dog held it’s annual dog adoption at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park in Greenwich, CT.
Sponsored by Cornell University Veterinary Specialists, Pet Pantry and Reckson, the day included judged classes such as “Aged To Perfection,” “Who Saved Who” and the Costume Contest. There were vendors, many tasty dog & people treats and, of course, the pet adoptions. The Laughing Pizza provided entertainment.
My Westie, MacDuff, enjoyed seeing his friend, Lizzie, the Toy Poodle. I had fun playing with the costumed Bulldog and meeting Cleo, the police search and rescue Bloodhound.
Interesting ideas from TopRetirements.com:
“The overwhelming majority of baby boomers are going to face a painful budget squeeze as their retirements start to become a reality. Used to the high life as many of us are, it will be a very big challenge to support that lifestyle without the income stream we are accustomed to.”
Some of the ideas for ways to earn extra money in retirement came from AARP members who turned hobbies into cash, such as Betty Fitterman, who makes jewelry and sells it on Etsy at http://www.etsy.com/shop/BettysKillerBeeds. Other ideas include working in the tourist industry and making loans to other people using sites like Prosper.com.
Read the complete article at:
Greenwich Premiere of
The Black Tulip
Tonight (September 26)
One Museum Drive | Greenwich CT
$35 in advance | $40 at the door
includes complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres
VIP Reception with Sonia Nassery Cole
the Film’s Writer, Director and Lead Actress
with complimentary drinks and hors d’oeuvres
Screening and Discussion
The Black Tulip is a modern portrait of Afghanistan that captures the current plight and resilience of its people.
This award-winning film gives voice to the voiceless people of Afghanistan by telling a story through the eyes of an ordinary family from Kabul that remains hopeful despite constant struggle and tragedy.
Net proceeds from the Fall Film Series will help support exhibitions and educational programs at the Bruce Museum.
For information about the films, email Festival Director Tom Carruthers.