Calling All Dreamers to the Dream Factory Community
The newest chapter of the Dream Factory Community will be launched at a luncheon on November 16, 2012, at Bertucci's in Reading, MA, offering women living north of Boston a place to network, connect, learn, and achieve their dreams.
Reading, MA (PRWEB) October 30, 2012
Women living north of Boston will soon have a new community to help them live their dreams. Reading resident and Chief Dream Officer Sandra Larkin is launching a new chapter of the Framingham-based organization the Dream Factory Community.
The Dream Factory Community was designed for women who want to take their dreams from imagination to reality. Through a combination of support, networking, training workshops, accountability groups and other events, the community provides a structure that enables members to fulfill their lives, succeed in their work, and make a contribution to the world. The newest chapter will make these benefits easily available to women in Reading and towns north of Boston.
It was less than a year ago that local chapter head Sandra Larkin discovered the Framingham-based Dream Factory Community. "I went to a luncheon event and immediately saw the value in it," she says. Despite the long drive, she joined the community, and asked founder Nancy Cantor if there were plans to launch a chapter on the North Shore. "Next thing I knew, I had decided to start the chapter myself!"
The Reading-Metro North chapter's first event will be a luncheon on Friday, November 16, from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm, at Bertucci's in Reading. Attendees will get a chance to network and make connections, as well as enjoy a great meal. Sandra Larkin, a personal coach as well as chapter founder, will speak about the meaning and value of communities in our lives. In addition, there will be vendor tables, where entrepreneurs can display and sell their products.
For more information about the Reading-Metro North chapter of the Dream Factory Community, contact Sandra Larkin at 781-942-5761 or Sandra.Larkin (at) verizon (dot) net, or visit the Dream Factory Community online.
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