Upcoming and Past Events
If you don’t find an event below that fits your schedule, why not plan one of your own? Contact me with your ideas. If you live in or around these cities, I am available for blog interviews, media or piggy back events.
December 13th, 2014 Easton, MA Author Book Signing, Meet-and-Greet 10 am – 11:30 am. at the historic family-friendly Simpson Spring Marketplace.
October 25th, 2014 New Bedford, MA Absolutely honored to be presenting at Connecting for Change alongside Martin Dagoberto of MA Right To Know on KNOW GMOS. Join us 2:00 – 3:30 for some honest, straight-forward discussion on what we need to know about our food system. This conference is spectacular, educational and family friendly. I highly recommend checking out all the activities!
March 21st, 2014: Glastonbury, CT Glastonbury’s Chamber of Commerce’s annual Professional Women’s Forum – Luncheon keynote. Open to members and non-members.
January 27th – 30th, 2014 en*theos Global GMO webinar! Join author and activist Stacy Malkan and 18 leading scientists, farmers, medical doctors, business leaders, advocates, and wellness experts about the genetic engineering of our food system, how to avoid GMOs, and why this matters for the health of your family and future generations. GMOs: What You Need to Know starts January 27, 2014
January 6th, 2014: Newton, MA Kicking off the new year as Green Decade’s Environmental Speaker Series first keynote! Elizabeth Saunders will join the Q&A after my talk. Saunders is Director of Clean Water Action/Massachusetts, (www.cleanwateraction.org/ma) and Coordinator of the Alliance for a Healthy Tomorrow (AHT), a coalition of citizens and scientists working to correct fundamental flaws in government policies that allow harm to our health and environment. (www.healthytomorrow.org) Open to the public at the Newton Free Library.
November 13th, 2013: Dracut, MA Dracut Garden Club celebrates with their annual speaker event. Open to the public .
Whole Foods Summer Book Tour Across New England! July and August So many dates and events this tour requires its own page! Learn more here.
Don’t miss my special presentation at the World Wise Beauty Social B+ Pow Wow to be held at the stunning Paul Robeson Center for the Arts in Princeton, NJ. All pre-registrants will receive a curated filled with “ideal finds” in cosmetics and personal care!
Sustainable Cosmetics Summit in New York City has invited me to be a featured keynote speaker. This international summit brings together key CEO’s, VPs, Founders and stake-holders in the beauty industry. Organized by Organic Monitor, this years event focuses on issues concerning sustainablity and ecological products in a high level forum.
April 25th, 2013 : Hanson, MA
The Hanson Public Library Foundation is bringing me back for an encore event which is open to the public. Join us from 6:30 – 7:30 pm for this free Deliciously Green and Clean evening: This was my most requested Choose Wiser workshop of 2012. Not because we like to clean, but because we like to play. In this presentation, I mix-and-make cleaning products cooking show style, engage with my story, identify starting point ingredients to replace and have chat about alternative cleaning products.
Natural Products Expo West: Marketing to Moms, Anahiem, CA. I am crazy-excited to present to 100+ organic and natural product companies who want to connect with the EveryDay-Me’s! Followed with a book signing on March 8th at the worlds largest and prestigious Natural Products Expo. Not open to the public, but you can cheer me on from wherever you are!
February 5th, 2013
Mansfield Mothers Club is hosting a Deliciously Green and Clean Event in Mansfield MA. Not only do we talk about kinder, healthy cleaning options, but create some to take home and tryout! Do not fear the topic of environmental health…this is all about fun! Save the date, more information coming soon.
January 17th, 2013
South Shore Locavore’s Speaker Series: “How to Go Organic with a Budget Friendly Attitude” OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – FREE 7:00 – 8:30 pm. “The gatherings are free. However, if you are able, a donation of $5 will be gratefully accepted to help cover expenses. Any surplus will be used towards library book purchases.” South Shore Locavores is a collaboration between the Kingston Public Library and edible South Shore magazine. Munchies, mingling, coffee and door prizes…
November 29th: Festival of (Giving) Trees, Southbridge, MA , Luncheon Keynote. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC $25 includes buffet luncheon AND free admission to the Festival of (Giving) Trees. For tickets contact Janet Garon at 774-230-7382. ( I would go just to the see the trees! Amazing!) What do you think of the poster? Festival of Giving Trees
November 3rd: Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital Community Day, OPEN TO PUBLIC – FREE 10 am – 2 pm. My Meet & Greet is at 12:00. There will also be free health screenings, free flu shots, give aways, kids activities….all next to the beautiful Arnold Arboretum. Boston, MA. For more information, email: email@example.com
October 24th: Boston University Medical Center Toastmasters, host the Boston premiere of SPEAK followed by a Q&A for Panel members (I will be on the panel!) OPEN TO PUBLIC. Free. 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm. RSVP : Yolanta@bu.edu
October 4th: Speaking to students at Suffolk University in Boston, MA. Closed event to public..but still very excited to off the topic of environmental health and more on finding your voice!
September 28th: Celebration of Women & Health, Easton, MA 7:00 pm @ Knights of Columbus. OPEN TO PUBLIC. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door. Includes light refreshment, door prizes and several DIY goodies! Cash bar. Proceeds to go to Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition. Hosted by Easton Women of Today & Easton MOMS Club & Easton Eco-Mom Alliance. For more information or tickets, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 240-483-2279
September 27th: South Shore Women’s Business Network, 7:30 – 9:30 am. Hingham, MA OPEN TO PUBLIC
“South Shore’s own Kristi Marsh was catapulted from stay-at-home mom of three, to chemotherapy fighter, to national speaker and unofficial representative of the health of EveryDay-Me’s – in just five short years. Now, with just-launched Little Changes, Kristi shares how we can infuse the ever elusive qualities of joy, passion and balance into our own journeys.”
August: Open for Meet and Greet events in Portland, Oregon to Seattle, Washington area. Make Little Changes a Summer book read and then gather to discuss with Kristi with your organization, library or bookstore. Let’s talk!
July 6th: Smart Health with Dr. Glenn – OPEN TO PUBLIC Gather around the computer and live stream! Smart Health is a one hour program dedicated to discussions, interviews, and news in the ever-changing world of medicine. Glenn Miya, MD is a board certified physician in pediatrics and internal medicine, as well as a TV host, producer, writer, and speaker on current topics in the changing world of medicine. He was a TV host for “It’s Your Call,” a weekly live medical show on PBS as well as a reporter and producer for KVCR, a National Public Radio affiliate in Southern California. He launched KIDFIT, a nutrition and fitness program for overweight children in Claremont, California where he currently is in private practice.
June 23rd: Against the Tide in Hopkinton, MA sponsored by Massachusetts Breast Cancer Coalition. OPEN TO PUBLIC Check out this family friendly event and join TEAM LITTLE CHANGES! Books available for signing and proceeds are donated to MBCC.
June 21st: Rotary Club of Brockton Weekly Luncheon 12:30 Brockton, MA.
June 11th: National Active and Retired Federal Employees Luncheon, Halifax MA
May 30th: Collaborative on Health and Environment- Alaska Teleconference Call – OPEN TO PUBLIC 9 am Alaskan/ 1 pm Eastern RSVP: To join this free call and receive the dial-up instructions, please RSVP to Alaska Community Action on Toxics at email@example.com or (907) 222-7714.
May 23rd: Franklin Newcomers Club OPEN TO PUBLIC, @ Franklin YMCA, Franklin MA 7:30 – 9:30 pm. Please register at link.
April 28: Purdue North Central Woman’s Association, Annual Spring Luncheon. OPEN TO PUBLIC.
March 8: Easton Eco-Mom Alliance Bookclub. I’ll be meeting with this amazing group of women to discuss their thoughts about Little Changes. This is a private event, but I’m available to visit your bookclub’s discussion..simply Skype me to your event. Visit the Presentations section for more details.
February 18: Bridgewater State University Library. 11:00 am-1:00 pm. Stop by and experience my workshop, “Going Organic with a Budget Friendly Attitude.” This event is free and open to the public. Books will be available for $15.99 plus tax.
February 16: Easton Ames Free Library Event. 6:30 p.m. Stop by for an Author Meet & Greet, hear a few excerpts from my book, and purchase your own copy to bring home. Free and open to the public. Books will be available for $15.99 plus tax.