If you or someone you know, inquires about this job, please mention you heard about it through robbinslist.com — Thanks!



All donations are welcome and will help us care for our foster cats!

We are most in need of:

*Dry Cat Food * Wet Cat Food *

We will also accept:

* Treats * Beds * Cleaning Supplies * Gift Cards

Thank you for your generous support



Get your raffle tickets today!

The Greater New Haven
Cat Project’s



Try your luck at some of our best –
and most versatile – prizes ever! 

> 1st Prize: $275 Visa Gift Card

> 2nd Prize: $200 Amazon.com

> 3rd Prize: $100 Subway Gift Card

> 4th Prize: $50 Stop & Shop


   —  Tickets just $1.00 each!  —

Email ticket requests to gnhcp1@gnhcp.org
or call  203-782-CATS (2287) 

The raffle will be drawn on
Saturday, July 29, 2017 at 6:00 PM
at the GNHCP Center in New Haven
                        *Winner NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN.


New Haven, CT: Looking for a loving home for abandoned kitty Bradley. Sweet boy wants so badly to have a home. We do our best to care for Bradley, but he desperately cries to come inside and none of us can take in another stray. He is being well fed and socialized. He knows his name “Bradley” given to him by my dear friend Jack Sellati. Call me if would love to love this boy!  Kim at 203-772-4643.

Goodspeed Musicals Presents an Exclusive Preview: “Darling Grenadine”

Goodspeed Musicals Presents an Exclusive Preview of “Darling Grenadine,” a new musical from Daniel Zaitchik.

Meet fun-loving jingle composer Harry. In modern Manhattan, his charmed life with girlfriend Louise, brother Paul and beloved Labrador Retriever (also Paul!) sparkles with the fizz of romantic comedies and the whimsy of MGM musicals. But will it all go flat when reality interrupts Harry’s tenderly orchestrated fantasia?

A rich contemporary score explores the friction between romance and reality, bitter and sweet, high and low. Raise a glass to a musical serving something magical, moving and boldly new.

Book, Music and Lyrics by Daniel Zaitchik

For over 30 years, The Norma Terris Theatre has been Goodspeed’s home for developing fresh, innovative, and original new musicals that have then moved on to New York and other theatres. Because it is a developmental theatre, audience reaction and feedback can cause the show to change on a day-to-day basis. New scenes are added, songs are moved, costumes are changed, dialogue is tweaked.

Please register for this FREE event here. 

Event Date:
Tuesday, August 8, 2017 – 7:00pm
Event address:
R.J. Julia Booksellers
768 Boston Post Road
Madison, CT 06443
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Library Closings
All branches of the New Haven Free Public Library will close for Memorial Day weekend:
Saturday, May 27
Monday, May 29

For all our 2017 holiday hours, please see our Holiday Closings.

Unveiling and Reception
Celebrate New Haven: A Collaborative City-Wide Photo Collage
Wednesday, June 28, 5:30 pm | Ives
NHFPL and local artist Rashmi teamed up for Celebrate New Haven, a community art project open to the public at all five library locations. Participants submitted photographs of the City of New Haven and all its neighborhoods that were used as elements in ten large, co-created murals. Each library created two collage panels; one will remain on view at the local library and the other will be part of a five-panel installation at the Ives Main Library representing the whole New Haven Free Public Library and its neighborhoods.
Join us on June 28 for a chance to see all 10 collage panels together!
You Shared Your Stories!
For three weeks in March, we conducted an online survey, asking library patrons to tell us how the library has made a positive impact on their lives. 227 people told us what NHFPL means to them and we are so grateful for the 173 stories they shared with us. Read them HERE!
Featured June EventsFeatured
Big Read Comes to New Haven!
An initiative of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest, the Big Read broadens our understanding of our world, our communities, and ourselves through the joy of sharing a good book.
The New Haven Free Public Library is partnering with the International Festival of Arts & Ideas and others for the 2017 Big Read selection Luis Alberto Urrea’s book Into the Beautiful North, with related free events offered throughout Greater New Haven.
Upcoming events
The Magnificent Seven (1960)
Thursday, June 1, 5:30 pm | Ives
Join us for this 1960 American Western film modeled on Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 Japanese film Seven Samurai. This very film is the one that inspired 19-year-old Nayeli, the main character of Into The Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea.
Book Discussion and Luncheon
Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea
Saturday, June 3, 1 pm | Wilson
Parents, teens and adults are invited to join the conversation!
See the full community-wide calendar HERE.
Elmseed Enterprise Fund @ New Haven Free Public Library!
Summer 2017 Entrepreneurship Development Course:
Saturday, June 3, 11 am-3 pm | Ives
Saturday, June 10, 11 am-3 pm | Ives
Sunday, June 11, 11 am – 1:30 pm | Yale Entrepreneurship Institute,
254 Elm St., 2nd floor

Open Office Hours @ NHFPL:

Mondays, 6:30-8 pm | Ives
Saturdays, 10 am-12 pm | Ives
The Entrepreneurship Development Course (EDC) program, which has successfully graduated more than 20 New Haven Entrepreneurs in the past year, will cover topics such as value proposition, marketing and business financing. Learn more at www.elmseed.org. For questions, email info@elmseed.org or call (203) 903-1737.
Urban Life Experience Book Discussion Series
Freedom is a Constant Struggle: Ferguson, Palestine and the Foundation of a Movement
By Angela Y. Davis
Saturday, June 3, 12 pm | Wilson
Join the Urban Life Experience Book Discussion Series at Wilson Library for their next read.
Celebrate African American History

Saturday, June 3, 2 pm | Stetson

Celebrate an evening of African American history with two plays by Karima A. Robinson. Farewell to America explores the life of Phyllis Wheatley, the first African American writer. Outraged! examines the life of Ida B. Wells and her famous anti-lynching campaign. For more information, contact legacyeducation@yahoo.com.
Community Garden @ Fair Haven Library
Thursdays in June, 4 pm | Fair Haven
Come help us care for our community garden! Watering, planting, building, and weeding. What you do depends on what the garden needs!
International Festival of Arts & Ideas Pop-Up Festivals in June!
Lively one-day neighborhood Festivals take place each year just prior to the International Festival of Arts & Ideas in downtown New Haven. Community Steering Committees, local arts and business partners, and Festival staff and volunteers host local talent, family activities, and vendors in New Haven’s historic and culturally rich neighborhoods.
Fair Haven Pop-Up Festival: Diversity & Unity
Saturday, June 3, 2 pm | Christopher Columbus Family Academy
Enjoy the rich multicultural cuisine, music, dance, and activities from our neighborhood!
Dixwell Pop-Up Festival: It Takes a Village
Sunday, June 4, 2 pm | Scantlebury Park
We are going back to our roots with an old-school block party with music and activities showcasing our African American culture.
Hill Pop-Up Festival: Discover Our Hill
Saturday, June 10, 1 pm | Trowbridge Square Park
Come and discover all that the Hill has to offer, from parks and schools to health centers and art museums.
Learn more at HERE.
Congress, the President & the Supreme Court: The Balance Of Power
Monday, June 5, 6 pm | Ives
Professor Howard Blau discusses the history of checks and balances; the three branches of government; separation of powers; the U.S. Constitution and federalist papers; and the U.S. government in 2017.
Ladybug Release Party!
Monday, June 5, 6 pm | Mitchell
Join us and our volunteer garden crew from Blockwatch 303 for a live ladybug release, garden tours, plant identification and children’s activities. Visit our giant hands on Conservation Quest Exhibit from the Stepping Stones Children’s Museum. All ages welcome!
Keep Calm and Coupon!
Saturday, June 10, 10 am | Mitchell
Learn to save lots of money at this couponing workshop led by Daisha Howard. Great freebies & giveaways!

Author Talk and Book Signing!

Processing Pain by Stacy Graham-Hunt
Saturday, June 10, 2 pm | Mitchell
Local author, Stacy Graham-Hunt, will read from her new book, Processing Pain. Teenagers and young adults like to believe they are invincible, but often find themselves in trouble…big trouble. Graham-Hunt was one of those people. In her book, she reveals her darkest secrets, fears and painful experiences.
Afternoon Book Club
Monday, June 12, 1 pm | Mitchell
Join fellow readers for a discussion of the book, My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante. Afternoon Book Club meets monthly – join anytime!
Community and Legal Interpreting Workshop
Tuesday, June 13, 4-7 pm | Wilson
Looking to put your bilingual skills to work? My Language Link Corp. Interpreting and Translating Services located in New Haven, is seeking to contract individuals with excellent bilingual skills and professional demeanor to perform in person Legal, Medical and Community Interpretations throughout the State of Connecticut.
Author Talk and Book Signing!
Embracing My Difference: Erasing Fear While Finding My Purpose by Venice Garner
Saturday, June 17, 2-5 pm | Stetson
Join Venice Garner for a discussion and signing of her new book, Embracing My Difference. From identity issues, to the power of prayer, importance of mentorship, friendship and the struggles of being a “mompreneur”, Venice talks about how embracing your difference is embracing all challenges and triumphs.

Author Talk and Book Signing!

Queer, There, and Everywhere by Sarah Prager
Monday, June 19, 6:30 pm | Mitchell
World history has been made by countless lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer individuals-and you’ve never heard of many of them. Sarah Prager delves deep into the lives of 23 people who fought, created, and loved on their own terms. Great event for teens and adults!
Film Screenings & DiscussionsFilm
Friday Movie Matinees
Fridays in June, 2-4 pm | Ives
June 2 | The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
June 9 | Rango
June 16 | 3:10 to Yuma
June 23 | Cat Ballou
June 30 | Blazing Saddles
We have a fistful of Westerns for you in June!
New Haven Documentary Film Festival @ NHFPL!
New Haven Health & Digital Media
and Film Shorts
Saturday, June 3, 12:30-5 pm | Ives
NHdocs Videotheque
June 2, 5 and 6, 12 & 2:30 pm | Ives
Join NHdocs as they celebrate their fourth year of bringing compelling documentaries to New Haven. See the full schedule of films at www.NHdocs.com.
Hidden Figures
Thursday, June 8, 5 pm | Fair Haven
Rated PG.Based on a true story, this film follows a team of female African-American mathematicians who served a vital role in NASA during the early years of the U.S. space program.
Can’t make it to one of our films?  You have options!
  • Hoopla is up and running with a huge collection of films, TV shows, educational videos, documentaries, music, audiobooks, e-books and comic books to enjoy straight from your browser, tablet, or smartphone!  Easy to use with your library card – and no waiting!
  • You can always browse and borrow from our audiovisual (AV) collection of DVDs and CDs!  Information about our AV collection is available via our online catalog.
Collection ConnectionCollection
Our Most Popular Books this Month
What is the New Haven community reading? Check out our list of the most popular books borrowed last month! Visit our catalog and add one of these to your reading list!
Into the Beautiful North by Luis Alberto Urrea (New Haven’s NEA Big Read title for 2017!)
The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
The Fix by David Baldacci
The Whistler by John Grisham
All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante
Anything is Possible by Elizabeth Strout
Ms. Marvel by Wilson Willard
All By Myself Alone by Mary Higgins Clark
Burial Hour by Jeffery Deaver
NHFPL GalleriesGalleries
Nightfall by Laura Levine.
Nature Calls for CALM
June 26-August 12 | Ives
Opening reception:
Monday, June 26, 6-7:30 pm
An art exhibition of 4 local artists who painted together in college in the 1970s, went their own way, and now at 60, have been painting together again for the last 4 years. Clay Fried, Abbie Rabinowitz, Laura Levine, and Mark Patnode are CALM.
Artwork by Daniela Tirziu
Adae Fine Art Academy
2017 Student Exhibition
April 29-June 17 | Ives
Adae Fine Art Academy is a visual arts institution located on the second floor of 817 Chapel Street, near the corner of Orange and Chapel Streets in the historic Ninth Square district of downtown New Haven, Connecticut. Established in 2005, Adae Fine Art Academy was founded on the principle that any given artist is driven farther by their own creativity when they work on something they are fully interested in creating. All artists are different and need the freedom to create whatever they wish. For this reason Adae Fine Art Academy offers individual art instruction to each student at the school. Students receive an art class that is specifically catered to their own interests, skill level, and creative needs. Instruction is offered in all levels and media of drawing and painting.
The Zen of Nimbus Comics and Artwork by Michael Sloan
May 8-June 30 | Mitchell
Michael Sloan is an illustrator, painter, musician, and the author of  The Zen of Nimbus Comics  and graphic novels. His illustrations have appeared in the pages of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, and The Washington Post. His artwork has been awarded three silver medals from The Society of Illustrators in NYC. Michael is currently working with the author Jake Halpern on Welcome to the New World, a graphic narrative that documents the lives of a Syrian refugee family who have recently arrived in the U.S. This comic appears frequently here: nytimes.com/newworld.
NHFPL Staff SpotlightInside

Meet NHFPL Staff Member: Maria Tonelli

Maria Tonelli’s New Haven Free Public Library career spans several non-consecutive decades.  Maria worked here at the Library in the 1960s and 1970s, and then left in 1976 when she was became pregnant with her daughter Liza. Twenty-one years later, in 1997, after doing several things to occupy her time, Maria happily returned to the Library.  That was the plan, and she’s been here ever since!
What is your role at the New Haven Free Public Library?
I am currently based at Ives Main Library where I manage circulation for all five locations of the New Haven Free Public Library system.
What do you enjoy most about working at NHFPL?
My happiest times are interacting with the people – from Library staff to patrons of all ages and backgrounds.  A sense of fulfillment keeps me here.
What book are you currently reading or is on your nightstand waiting to be explored?
Currently I am reading Talking to Animals: How You Can Understand Animals and They Can Understand You by Jon Katz. Jon was a presenter at the Connecticut Library Association Annual Conference earlier this month.  A remarkable man, he left Manhattan to live on a 90 acre farm in upstate New York. He and his border collie, Red, were very popular with all the librarians – his book is a must read!
Ongoing ClassesOngoing
One-on-One Computer Help
Tuesdays, 4-5 pm & 5:10-6:10 pm | Ives
50+ years of age and just starting or have a computer dilemma?  Sign up for one-on-one free computer help at your own pace. To register call 203.946.7001.
Ask a Lawyer
Wednesday, June 7, 5:30-7 pm | Ives
Place article copy here. Be sure to make the articles short and concise as people tend not to read much more than a couple of paragraphs.
Adult Reading Classes | Stetson
To register and schedule call (203) 776-5899.
Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven presents free classes to help adults learn to read, write and understand more words in a small class setting.
ESOL Classes & Conversation
(English for Speakers of Other Languages)
Mondays, 6 pm | Mitchell
Tuesdays, 6-8 pm | Ives
Thursdays, 6-8 pm | Ives
Weekly conversational English Class for new Americans, co-sponsored by Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven. Learn to improve your pronunciation, listening and speaking skills in an informal English conversation group. Please call (203) 776-5899 or email MeghenFitzgibbons@lvagnh.org to register for classes.
Writers’ Group
Mondays, 5-6 pm | Wilson
Have you always wanted to write but felt like you didn’t know where to start? Is writing what you do best? Have a story you’ve been trying to finish but need a little moral support? Just need an idea to get started? Join us!
Knitting Club
Mondays, 6 pm | Mitchell
Come armed with your own needles and yarn – join anytime, newcomers and beginners welcome!
Immigrant Job Club
Thursdays, 4-5 pm | Ives
For those who are new to the United States and would like to learn to search for jobs, build a resume, prepare for a job interview and understand the workplace.
Weekly Computer Classes
Mondays, 5-6:30 pm | Ives
Tuesdays, 5-6 pm | Wilson (Classes in Spanish!)
Wednesdays, 10:30 am-12 pm | Ives
Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 pm | Stetson
Thursdays, 10-11 am | Wilson
Fridays, 10:30 am-12 pm | Ives
Classes all require some familiarity with using a keyboard and mouse. Classes include different levels for Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, PowerPoint and Keyboard/Mouse/Email.  For detailed class schedule please see our calendar.
One-on-One Technology Assistance and Job Search Coaching On Demand!
Mondays-Fridays, 12-5 pm | Ives
Stop by the lower level Information Desk for on demand one-on-one sessions on technology and employment assistance. Our knowledgeable staff is ready to help you find the answers to many of your questions!
One-on-One Computer Assistance
By Appointment | Fair Haven
Wednesdays by Appointment | Mitchell
Mondays and Tuesdays by Appointment | Stetson
By Appointment | Wilson
Meet one-on-one to discuss your individual technology needs. To schedule an appointment at Fair Haven call 203.946.8115; for Mitchell, call 203.946.8117; for Stetson contact Rory at 203.946.8119 or rmartorana@nhfpl.org; and at Wilson call 203.946.2228.
Build Your Creative and Technical Skills on Your Own Time with Lynda.com!
All level of training in software, creative and business skills are available through Lynda.com, free with your NHFPL library card. Learn software, creative techniques and business strategies for all levels with thousands of video tutorials. Go at your own pace, follow a curriculum and absorb new skills!
Health and Wellness:
Tuesdays, 6-7 pm | Ives
Beginners and experienced practitioners are invited to join this guided mediation brought to you in cooperation with the New Haven Zen Center. Instruction for beginners at 5:45 pm.
Events from Our CommunityCommunity
New Haven Free Friday Flicks
Fridays, June 2-August 18, 8:30 pm
12 Weeks of Movies in 12 New Haven Parks and Fields! Bring a picnic! Movies begin with sundown at 8:30 pm. See the full schedule HERE.
Public Service Video Contest!
Submission Deadline: Tuesday, October 31, 5 pm
The Cable Television Advisory Council of Hamden, New Haven and West Haven (CTAC) has decided to sponsor a video production contest: The CTAC Contest for Excellence in Public Service Video Production. The contest is open to members ages 19 and younger from the three communities it serves to produce public service videos. Learn more at www.cableadvisory.org.
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Strangers Tend to Tell Me Things: Amy Dickinson in conversation with Gina Barreca about Love, Loss, and Coming Home


New York Times bestselling author and America’s most popular advice columnist “Ask Amy” AMY DICKINSON shares her journey of family, second chances and finding love.  In Strangers Tend to Tell Me Things, Amy Dickinson peels back the curtain of her syndicated advice column and reveals much of the inspiration and motivation that has fueled her calling.  

This special evening event features Amy Dickinson in a lively conversation with fellow author Gina Barreca.

In her follow-up memoir to The New York Times bestselling The Mighty Queens of Freeville–America’s most popular advice columnist, “Ask Amy,” shares her journey of family, second chances, and finding love.

Exploring central themes of romance, death, parenting, self-care, and spiritual awakening, this touching and heartfelt homage speaks to all who have faced challenges in the wake of life’s twists and turns. From finding love in middle-age to her storied experience with step-parenting to overcoming disordered eating to her final moments spent with her late mother, Dickinson’s trademark humorous tone delivers punch and wit that will empower, entertain, and heal.

Amy Dickinson writes the syndicated “Ask Amy” advice column, which replaced the Ann Landers column in 2003. “Ask Amy” appears in more than 150 newspapers in North America, including the LA Times, The Chicago Tribune,Newsday, The Boston Globe, The Denver Post, The St. Louis Post Dispatch and The Washington Post. She currently lives in Freeville, NY.

Gina Barreca is fed up with women who lean in, but don’t open their mouths. In her latest collection of essays, she turns her attention to subjects like bondage which she notes now seems to come in fifty shades of grey and has been renamed Spanx. She muses on those lessons learned in Kindergarten that every woman must unlearn like not having to hold the hand of the person you’re waking next to (especially if he’s a bad boyfriend) or needing to have milk, cookies and a nap every day at 3:00 PM (which tends to sap one’s energy not to mention what it does to one’s waistline). She sounds off about all those things a woman hates to hear from a man like “Calm down” or “Next time, try buying shoes that fit”.

If You Lean In, Will Men Just Look Down Your Blouse? is about getting loud, getting love, getting ahead and getting the first draw (or the last shot). Here are tips, lessons and bold confessions about bad boyfriends at any age, about friends we love and ones we can’t stand anymore, about waist size and wasted time, about panic, placebos, placentas and certain kinds of not-so adorable paternalism attached to certain kinds of politicians. The world is kept lively by loud women talking and If You Lean In, Will Men Just Look Down Your Blouse? cheers and challenges those voices to come together and speak up. You think she’s kidding? Oh, boy, do you have another thing coming.

GINA BARRECA is nationally syndicated columnist with Tribune News Service. She’s the author of It’s Not That I’m BitterBabes in BoylandThey Used to Call Me Snow White but I Drifted and co-author of  I’m With Stupid: One Man, One Woman, and 10,000 Years of Misunderstandings Between The Sexes Cleared Right Up with Pulitzer Prize winner Gene Weingarten. She’s a professor of English at UConn, and a member of the Friars’ Club. She grew up in Brooklyn, NY but now lives in Storrs, CT. Go figure.



If you’re unable to attend the event and would like a signed copy of Strangers Tend To Tell Me Things or If You Lean In, Will Men Just Look Down Your Blouse?, please purchase the “Signed” version below.


Event Date:
Thursday, June 1, 2017 – 7:00pm
Event address:
R.J. Julia Booksellers
768 Boston Post Road
Madison, CT 06443
Strangers Tend to Tell Me Things: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Coming Home Cover Image
ISBN: 9780316352642
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Published: Hachette Books – March 14th, 2017
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ISBN: 9781250060747
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R.J. Julia Booksellers and New Haven Legal Assistance Assoc. Present Scott Turow, “Testimony”

R.J. Julia Booksellers and New Haven Legal Assistance Association Present SCOTT TUROW!

Please note, the venue location for this event is R.J. Julia Booksellers, 768 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT. 

In the bestselling tradition of Presumed Innocent—the 1987 debut novel that made him “one of the major writers in America” (NPR)—comes what may be Scott Turow’s best thriller yet.

Bill ten Boom has walked out on everything he thought was important to him: his career, his wife, Kindle County, even his country. Still, when he is tapped to examine the disappearance of an entire Gypsy refugee camp—unsolved for ten years—he feels drawn to what will become the most elusive case of his career.

In order to uncover what happened during the apocalyptic chaos after the Bosnian War, Boom must navigate a host of suspects ranging from Serb paramilitaries to organized crime gangs to the U.S. government, while also maneuvering among the alliances and treacheries of those connected to the case: Morgan Merriwell, a disgraced U.S. Major General; Ferko Rincic, the massacre’s sole survivor; and Esma Czarni, an alluring barrister with secrets to protect.

A master of the legal thriller, Scott Turow has returned with his most irresistibly confounding and satisfying novel yet.

Scott Turow is the author of ten bestselling works of fiction, including IdenticalInnocentPresumed Innocent, and The Burden of Proof, and two nonfiction books, including One L, about his experience as a law student. His books have been translated into more than forty languages, sold more than thirty million copies worldwide, and have been adapted into movies and television projects. He has frequently contributed essays and op-ed pieces to publications such as the New York TimesWashington PostVanity FairThe New Yorker, and The Atlantic.

New Haven Legal Assistance Association, Inc. (LAA) is a nonprofit organization that was incorporated on April 7, 1964 to “secure justice for and to protect the rights of those residents of New Haven County unable to engage legal counsel.” LAA was one of the first legal services programs established and the federal government used it as a model for similar programs throughout the country.

A ticket is $35 and will admit (1) person to the event. Ticket includes (1) copy of Testimony.

If you’re unable to attend the event and would like a signed copy of Testimony, please purchase the “Signed” version below.

This event will be moderated by Alexis Smith.

Alexis Smith, Executive Director, New Haven Legal Assistance Assoc.
Alexis joined LAA in September, 2012 as Deputy Director and will be dedicating her talents to the education and employment units. She obtained her J.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School and B.A. from Duke University. Alexis is admitted to practice law in Connecticut, the Federal Court for Connecticut, and the United States Supreme Court.

Alexis is a past president of the George Crawford Black Bar Association, and currently serves as secretary of the Connecticut Center for Arts and Technology (CONNCAT), secretary of Community Partners in Action, and a member of the Highville Charter School Board of Directors. In her spare time, Alexis referees youth and high school soccer and basketball and enjoys spending time with her family.

Event Date:
Tuesday, May 30, 2017 – 7:00pm
Event address:
R.J. Julia Booksellers
768 Boston Post Road
Madison, CT 06443
SKU: tTurow
SKU: s9781455553549


It starts on June 1st: 80 films, workshops, student competition, works-in-progress, plus the amazing DA Pennebaker & Chris Hegedus – 11 days of Documentary bliss at NHdocs: The New Haven Documentary Film Festival!

And admission is free

Full schedule: www.NHdocs.com