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February Dinners in the Carriage House
Well, it turns out we couldn't stay away for so long! Weekly dinners will be resuming this February! The dinner is 5 courses and listed below. Please feel free to bring your own beer and wine to enjoy throughout dinner, glassware will be provided. Aside from water, we do not serve any beverages at the Herb Lyceum. All seating is communal. The ticket includes gratuity and Eventbrite fees. Tax will be added at the time of purchase. If you have any allergies or dietary restrictions, please email Rebecca@herblyceum.com - we will do our best to accommodate, but this is a fixed menu for the month of February. If you are coming in a group and will not be able to purchase tickets together, please send along their names so we can seat you together. In the event of bad weather, we will make the call to cancel 24 hours before the event starts. You will then have the option to rebook within one month or cancel.  We look forward to you joining us! To Start just-baked parker house rollscultured buttercured meatspreserved vegetableslocal cheeses First Course yellowfin tuna tartaremint, dill, radish, moroccan spices Second Course winter citrus saladfennel, watercress, chicories, goats milk feta, pistachios Third Course truffled celery root bisquemarinated mushrooms, parsnip chips, bay scallops Main Course confit salt meadow lambsweet potatoes, braised cabbage, salsa verde, rosemary jus Dessert sticky toffee puddingpear, thyme, almond, vanilla ice cream

When: Feb 23, 2019 6pm in Groton, MA

STRETCH Principles: Seven Nuggets for Taking the Reins and Taking Charge of Your Career and Life: Confident Women Consortium

Speaker Julie Barrett O'Brien Speech Summary STRETCH Principles: Seven Nuggets for Taking the Reins and Taking Charge of your Career and Life.    Do you jump out of bed every morning feeling jazzed about your professional journey?  You are not alone – but YOU are (mostly) in charge of the decisions you make. Julie Barrett O'Brien started her career in finance and journeyed into PR and then found herself in marketing, which led to global health (Wait. Stop. What?) and then found herself in life sciences saying "what the heck did I just do". From Coffee to Kabul – Julie has led a social impact driven life, taken risks, made mistakes – and learned even more. Did she love every minute? No way. Has it been rewarding?  You bet. Come learn how Julie applied STRETCH principles to power through and lead an impact-driven life.  About Julie Barrett O'Brien A strategic leader in global affairs, Julie has a proven record building market linkages that connect sustainable development to business strategies. She has led corporate social responsibility, communications, and development efforts in more than 20 countries on five continents and develops high impact private public partnerships in international development. Julie is a lecturer in global affairs at Yale University, and a frequent speaker on development and public policy. She is also the president of the board for The Coffee Trust, board member and governance committee chair of Concord Carlisle Community Chest - and a long-time advocate for women both globally and locally, where she founded a scholarship program for single moms.    

When: Mar 28, 2019 6:30PM in Groton, MA

The Life-Changing Power of Your Why: Confident Women Consortium

A full dinner is included with the price of your ticket, a full salad bar, grilled chicken, coffee and tea. Speaker:  Scherrie Keating, RN, CDE Talk Title: The Life-Changing Power of Your Why Description: We all have a story and a why that we can use to positively impact our lives and the lives of many. Using my personal story and experience I will take you on a journey through the importance of discovering your why and the power contained within to create and live a healthy and happy life as well as make a difference in the lives of others. About Scherrie Keating: Scherrie Keating – featured in Boston Voyager Magazine as one of their inspiring stories, Founded Diabetes Kare Consulting, LLC and Talk Me Healthy Show on Sterling Lancaster Community TV. Her mission is to make a difference in the life of one person every day, increase awareness of the prediabetes epidemic and help people prevent and manage Diabetes through education. She understands what it’s like to struggle with health issues. She is a cancer survivor and lives with a chronic disease. She believes everyone has a story, everyone has a why and that their why can change their story, life and significantly impact the lives of many! She hopes her passion, personal journey and expertise as a Registered nurse for over 35 years, Certified Diabetes Educator, Certified Dementia Practitioner, CDC, National Diabetes Prevention Program Lifestyle Coach will help motivate others to make simple lifestyle changes, so they can live their best life every day, starting today. To hear more about Scherrie’s journey and passion…. www.diabeteskareconsulting.com  http://bostonvoyager.com/interview/meet-diabetes-kare-consulting-llc-not-located-boston/

When: Apr 18, 2019 6:30PM in Groton, MA

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About Groton, MA
The Town of Groton was founded in 1655 and is located in Middlesex County. Groton is home to two well known private schools the Groton School and Lawrence Academy.

Also home of the National Sheply Hill Horse Trails since 1987 and hosts the New England Horse Training championship which brings visitors from all over New England.

Points of interest include the Governor Boutwells House which is now called the Groton Historical Society Museum along with an Old Burying Ground whose tomb stones date back as early as 1704 and all through the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.

For those in town during the month of September stop at the Groton Fest to enjoy music, food and much more.