Change your mind-set, change your life: That is the message on Wednesday at the Spur in Southampton, where Theresa Roden, the founder and executive director of the I-Tri empowerment program for girls, and Natalia Mehlman Petrzela, an author, New School professor, and IntenSati fitness program leader, will lead an interactive workshop using mind, body, and spirit to achieve goals. Participants will be shown practices like visualization and affirmations to make life changes.
The workshop is meant for those ages 13 and up. Comfortable clothes have been suggested. The free workshop will be held at the Spur’s temporary space at 280 Elm Street from 6 to 8 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
With temperatures having plummeted on Long Island, the Suffolk Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is reminding pet owners that cold weather can be dangerous for animals, too.
On the East End, temperatures are in the single digits and low teens Monday and winds are blustery with dangerously cold wind chills. The National Weather Service reported wind chill readings as low as -14 degrees.
There is even concern for horses in such frigid temperatures. At Stony Hill Stables in Amagansett, lessons were canceled on Monday. "The horses, cats and humans are going to stay in the barn," the stable posted on its social media accounts.