A Celebration Day for Girls - Completed
at Hampton (address provided upon booking)
Sunday, 30 April 2017 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM + Add to calendar30/04/2017 10:0030/04/2017 16:00Australia/SydneyA Celebration Day for GirlsA Celebration Day for Girls Sunday, 30 April 2017 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (AUS Eastern Standard Time) Organiser Melissa Jeffcott firstname.lastname@example.org Address Hampton (address provided upon booking) Both the Mother's Session and the Celebration Day are held at my home in Hampton. The address is 32 Avondale Street, Hampton. Please email me at email@example.com with any questions. Event web page: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/50655/a_celebration_day_for_girls.aspxHampton (address provided upon booking)
|Mother & Daughter ticket||$150.00||--Ticket sales closed--|
|Mother & 2 Daughters||$200.00||--Ticket sales closed--|
|** Does not include Sticky Tickets booking fee.|
About the Celebration Day
A Celebration Day for Girls is a one-day workshop for 10-12 years old girls with their mother or female carer. This carefully crafted workshop was designed to support girls and mothers at this special threshold in both their lives, and to provide an affirming, grounded and connected celebration of the journey to womanhood.
At the Celebration Day girls enjoy lively discussion, fun activities, women’s stories and gentle celebration of the threshold of puberty and menarche.
During the Day the girls are warmly invited into the nurturing connection and support women have long shared with each other. Many participants report that their mother-daughter relationship is enriched and enlivened as mother's share stories of their younger years with their daughters
For the first part of the day the girls are dropped off on their own (10am – 1pm, morning tea will be provided) and then the mothers join us at 1.00pm for a lovely celebratory long table lunch (BYO), before staying for the remainder of the day finishing no later than 4.00pm.
Mothers Session on Thursday 27th April from 7.30pm to no later than 9.30pm (tea and nibbles provided)
Much of the role of provider of information, wisdom and guidance falls, naturally, to mothers. For this reason we meet on our own (mothers and myself) for a two-hour session before the Celebration Day. This is an important preparation for the Day and allows time for adult conversation and storytelling. During this session mothers also receive ideas and support for their unfolding mother-daughter relationship as they journey the adolescent years together. Tea and nibbles will be provided.
Please note that the cost of the Mother's only session is included in your Mother/Daughter ticket. Both the Mother's Session and the Celebration Day will be held at my home in Hampton (the address will be provided upon booking). Please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have about the day and I'll be happy to respond. More information about myself and the day can be found HERE
Here's what some mum's have said about my Celebration Day for Girls workshop:
- Thanks for an amazing day, it was so worthwhile and a wonderful start to the next chapter for these beautiful girls as they move into the teenage years. I will be highly recommending this day to other friends! Lizzie
- Thanks for a great day last Sunday (and mum’s session Thursday night!). Tessa and I both thought the session was fantastic. What a special time for a mother and daughter to spend together, exploring a topic that is not often discussed and certainly not celebrated in the way that it could be. Tessa loved the crafts and stories and how the information was discussed amongst the girls in such an open and non-embarrassing manner. It is amazing what can be explored with just a little structure and guidance to get the conversations going. We will always remember this meaningful day together. Thank you! Leslie
- I didn’t know what to expect but was pleasantly surprised at how confident the girls were after the day, and empowered with a bit more knowledge. It was a safe environment where they could talk abut girly issues and not be judged or ridiculed, and my daughter is not so scared or worried about getting her period. It was also lovely to share stories with other girls and mums. Nada
Event Link: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/50655
Melissa Jeffcott, Melissa Jeffcott Life Coach