Each year it gets better and better, just like you.
Yup—hotter and hotter, just like you.
More filled with exploding possibility—just like you.
What is it?
It’s the Graduation Celebration of The School of Womanly Arts Mastery Program, Spring 2012, and you are cordially invited!
This is your ticket to one of the most glorious, outrageous, over-the-top celebrations of womanhood you will ever witness in your lifetime!
What does that mean? It means you will experience a sense of profound sisterhood, unlike anything you have known before. It means you will be honored, in a way you have never felt honored, for every aspect of what makes you woman. It means that you will have a deeper connection to your most closely held desires, and a glimpse of the power those desires have in store for you.
Sisters, girlfriends, mothers, daughters, school chums, and co-workers will all gather at the Penn Top Ballroom and blow the roof off while celebrating, in community with one another, the privilege that it is to be a woman living in this world in 2012.
Dr. Christiane Northrup will be the commencement speaker. You will be dazzled by live, live, LIVE entertainment, meet guests from around the world, and so much more. Here’s what happened last year: a mile-long catwalk of tiara-donning goddesses, tearful reunions, hot pink large-scale Goddess-inspired paper sculpture, and a gospel choir procession featuring a songstress from the chart-topping disco/R&B band Chic. And that was just the first 15 minutes.
This event is free to attend and open to all women age 18 and over. Seating is limited, so please RSVP “Yes!” here by Monday, June 18th. And be sure to share this post with any woman in your life who you think is worth celebrating, extravagantly, so we can get her signed up for this special event!
Looking forward to celebrating with you!
With so much love and pleasure,
P.S. Graduation is for women only… An after-party for our grads will follow at a nearby venue and men are welcome to join us then!
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