Mom, You're Incredible!
featuring Patricia Dupuis
Finding Joy: A How To Guide
When: Saturday, May 11th, 2019
Where:Valrideau University Residence for Women
Time: 1:30pm – 4:00pm
Tickets: $25 per person
Enjoy an afternoon social and tea. Great door prizes!
Kingston Dinner and Dance
Catered by Karawana Fine Dining
When: Saturday, April 27, 2019
Where: Rideau Acres Banquet Hall
Time: Doors open at 5:00pm; Seating at 5:30pm
Tickets: $55 per person
Spring Dinner (Kingston)
Since April 2000, Neeje hosts a fundraising dinner in Kingston.
Each year this elegant catered event with high calibre speakers and excellent entertainment is a must attend affair.
Mom You’re Incredible (Ottawa)
Since May 2002, Neeje has been hosting Mom You’re Incredible to celebrate the triumphs, changes, and defining moments of motherhood. Currently held at Valrideau University Residence, this annual event offers prizes, delicious local fare from our sponsors, and a guest speaker who shares her story of motherhood.
The seminar-style event has featured themes such as “Moms and Fashion, Order in the Home, Affection in the Home, Loving Discipline and Balancing Womanhood”. The event provides an opportunity for mothers to connect to share their parenting and marriage goals, and who can stay in touch on a long term basis.
Each year Neeje sponsors a parenting conference, bringing in speakers from Canada, the United States, Australia and Europe to speak on different topics of interest to parents. Our focus is on practical, actionable talks that can make an immediate impact on the issues facing parents today.
Past speakers have included Shaunti Feldhahn, author of such bestsellers as “For Women Only” and “For Men Only” and her most recent book, “The Kindness Challenge”. Her focus was on improving relationships with our spouse and our children.
In 2018 Ronald Morrish, international speaker and the author of two books, “Secrets of Discipline” and “With All Due Respect” spoke on raising responsible children. From the foundation-setting of early childhood to the complexity of adolescence, he provided a host of practical, common-sense strategies for raising responsible children.