“. . . if you don’t have a dream, How you gonna have a dream come true?”
Abby Bloom can help you not only to have a dream but to find the path to make it come true.
She offers encouragement and inspiration to help individuals create small, everyday dreams as well as large, seemingly unreachable dreams.
Abby teaches a systematic way to discover and pursue what you would like to do, and greater confidence to do it. Her writing exercises and activities can help you both to discover what your dreams are and to find ways to make your dreams become reality.
This presentation will introduce participants, in an interactive way, to ideas and skills for discovering what they would really like to do, and for getting started doing it.
About Our Presenter
Since publication of her book, she has addressed library and arts groups, Rotary and Women in Recovery groups and individuals in a coaching setting.
For 13 seasons, Abby and her husband Tom pursued their dream of spending part of every year living and traveling on their sailboat.They’ve traveled around the Mediterranean Sea and the Caribbean Islands. Since selling their boat they have continued their travels on land, still exploring the world.
Monday, May 2, 2016
Reception: 6:30 pm
Presentation: 7:00-8:30 pm
Event fee: $10 for members; $20 for non-members
Location: Minnesota State University Mankato at Edina
(use elevator to 1st Floor)
7700 France Ave S
Edina, MN 55435
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- From east or west I-494: Take France Ave. exit to the north.
- From south on France: Turn left on Minnesota Dr. Take first right into west parking lot.
- From Hwy. 62 east or west: Take France Ave. exit to the south.
- From north on France: Turn right on Minnesota Dr. Take first right into west parking lot.
Free parking on the west side of the building. Enter building from that side.
Note: Please do not use the east parking lot. Doors on the east side are locked at 5:30 pm, and guards are instructed not to open them for visitors.