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Join us on Friday and Saturday evenings for special events with several of Omega's favorite teachers.

Friday, April 20 8:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m. Omega NYC participants come together for an exciting evening of inspired words and music. Elizabeth Lesser and David Wilcox With an Open Heart

Need a dose of springtime? Longing for renewal? Start on the inside! This evening program is spring cleaning for the heart and spirit. Omega cofounder Elizabeth Lesser, author of the New York Times best seller Broken Open: How Difficult Times Can Help Us Grow, kicks off the conference with a keynote talk on finding peace and vitality in stressful times. She is then joined by the celebrated singer-songwriter David Wilcox, whose improvisational performance style has thrilled audiences around the world. They weave together songs and stories into a unique and heart-lifting performance.

Saturday April 21 8:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m. All Omega NYC participants are welcome. Geneen Roth Food, Money & What's Enough An Unexpected Path to Almost Everything. Continuing education credits are available.

New York Times best-selling author Geneen Roth galvanized millions of readers with Women Food and God, a book that draws on her 30 years of teaching about the charged relationship between food and our inner lives. Now she turns her attention to another great secret in American culture: the conflicted relationship that many people have with money.

In this inspiring keynote talk, Roth shares the lessons she learned through the loss of her entire life-savings in the Bernie Madoff scandal. During that crisis, she took a hard look at her own financial habits and discovered direct parallels between her relationships with food and money. With humor and wisdom, she helps us examine belief systems and behaviors around food and money, and guides us to explore the deeper side of the question, "What is enough?"