F.L.O.W programs are driven by the ever-changing needs and interests of today's African American girls. By providing access to fun, engaging programs and activities, F.L.O.W. girls discover their hidden talents, abilities, confidence and power.
The Etiquette Imperative's 2011 Winter - Spring Workshop Series
The Etiquette Imperative, selected as the official etiquette coach of the 2009 & 2010 Bud Billiken Royal Court and as featured on Chicago's NBC 5 and in other media outlets, provides an organized opportunity for discussion of the rules of etiquette in an age appropriate fun and engaging manner. Access to these esteem building, critical life skills help girls to successfully navigate social situations, enhance their communication skills and serve them well as they transition in to adulthood.
Please join us at the beautiful
Harold Washington Library Center - Downtown Chicago
Saturday, March 12, 19, 26
Saturday, April 2 & 9
11:00am to 1:30pm
These sessions, customized especially for girls ages 7-14 will focus upon
the following topics:
March 12, 2011
Know Your Destination/Etiquette Foundations
March 19, 2011
Social Etiquette/Resolving Conflict with Grace
March 26, 2011
Personal Style and Grace/Grooming
April 2, 2011
Mastering My Emotions/Dealing with Difficult People
April 9, 2011
Dining Etiquette Parts 1 & 2
This etiquette curriculum is meant to assist tweens and teens as they navigate every day life situations and challenges with the understanding - as one of our tween participants put it, that "...being a lady is about what we do AND what we won't allow ourselves to do."
Register today or sponsor a young lady to attend!
Note: Space is limited to provide specialized attention to each participant.
Registration fees identified below reflect a 50% reduction in the member and non-member fees and are valid January 26 - February 28, 2011 unless scholarship funding is depleted prior to February 28, 2011.
This workshop series has ended.