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Chatham Square Neighborhood Associations Soup Night

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Chatham Square Neighborhood Associations Soup Night

Time: March 26, 2017 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Bregamos Community Theatre
Street: 491 Blatchley
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.bregamostheater.or…
Phone: 203-904-2967
Event Type: social, gathering, -, meeting, your, neighbors
Organized By: David V. Hunter
Latest Activity: Mar 24, 2017

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Come visit with your neighbors, meet new people, and enjoy delicious food. We're having this month's Soup Night at Bregamos so more people can learn about this wonderful neighborhood resource. Event is free. Just bring a bowl and a spoon for all members in your party. And this being a theatre space, they are inviting any guest who'd like to tell a short story.

There will be two soups (one meat based, one vegetarian) and fresh bread, plus whatever additional food or beverages you bring (if you can't bring anything, come anyway!) Feel free to invite others, family, friends from outside the neighborhood. Kids are welcome!

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