The Stratford Library’s “Monday Matinees” series continues with a screening of “Enough Said” on May 12, according to a release.
The series presents recent, popular films on monthly Monday afternoons at noon from September-June. The film showings are free and open to the public, the release said.
“Enough Said” is an adult romantic comedy about a divorced woman, played by actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who decides to pursue the man she's interested in and then learns he's her new friend's hated ex-husband, played byJames Gandolfini, in his final film role, co-stars in the comedy, the release said.
The film is rated PG-13 and runs 93 minutes.
Movies in the upcoming “Monday Matinees” series are shown uncut on widescreen in the Stratford Library’s Lovell Room beginning at noon on April 14. The winter/spring series will conclude on June 9 with a showing of "Man of Steel."
April 28, 2014 Doss
Venema, Executive Director
Volunteers. 4 Science Park, New Haven
APRIL 30 is SCRABBLE DAY in
of all ages love to play Scrabble. It’s good, literate fun, it’s social and
it’s surprisingly competitive. We know, because Literacy
Volunteers has hosted an annual Scrabble Challenge fundraiser in New Haven for
the past 15 years. Hundreds of players have competed for bragging rights while
raising money to support the efforts of Literacy Volunteer tutors in the
community. This year we are proud to announce that morning anchor Chris Velardi, of WTNH News 8 is hosting
Join the fun on Wednesday, April 30 at the Wilbur Cross
High School Cafeteria, 181 Mitchell Drive, New Haven from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. Go to www.lvagnh.org to register
your team. Four people play together as a team at each table. The cost is just
$50/person or $200/table. That includes dinner, a raffle and two rounds of Team
Scrabble, one with an opponent and one without. Everyone is a winner and the
Grand Prize goes to the Team that collects the most Pledge dollars.
Several Literacy Volunteers students will speak about
their experiences learning to read and speak English. Join us and take the
opportunity to become part of the solution to the adult literacy crisis. You’ll
of adults in New Haven read at the lowest level of literacy. They can’t read
to fill out job applications or help their children with homework. Literacy
is the non-profit agency that provides FREE tutoring for adults who need
learning to read and speak English. Together we can solve the adult literacy
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