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Author Marilyn Simon Rothstein, "Lift and Separate"

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Author Marilyn Simon Rothstein, "Lift and Separate"

Time: March 13, 2018 from 2pm to 3:30pm
Location: Coachman Square
Street: 21 Bradley Rd
City/Town: Woodbridge
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Phone: (203) 387-2424 ext. 228
Event Type: author, event
Organized By: Marketing Manager
Latest Activity: Mar 12

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Event Description

The JCC and Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven welcome author Marilyn Simon Rothstein to Coachman Square for a presentation of her novel, “Lift and Separate”. Main character, Marcy, must navigate through life’s rough waters and twisted relationships in this funny, yet heartwarming, story. Readers find humor, heartbreak, and recovery, as Marcy pulls herself up by her lacy straps to begin again.

Open to the Community: $5

Free for Coachman Square residents and JCC Members


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