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Author: Judy L. Mandel, Replacement Child: A Memoir

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Author: Judy L. Mandel, Replacement Child: A Memoir

Time: November 12, 2013 from 11am to 12pm
Location: JCC: Vine Auditorium
Street: 360 Amity Rd.
City/Town: Woodbridge
Website or Map: http://newhaven.fedweb.org/lo…
Phone: 2033872522
Event Type: author, book, writ, talk, mandel, jcc, new, haven, woodbridge, replace, child, memoir
Organized By: Shelley Gans
Latest Activity: Nov 12, 2013

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Arts & Culture Festival at the JCC is a series of events in November and December at 360, Amity Rd., Woodbridge, CT 06525, unless otherwise stated:

Judy L. Mandel, Replacement Child: A Memoir

(Author Event)

Tuesday, Nov. 12 • 11 am

Mandel will read from her memoir of being the “replacement child” her parents brought into the world to provide “a salve for the burns.” A memoir of love and lies, family and hope. Book signing to follow. JCC Vine Auditorium. Suggested donation $6 payable at the door. Co-sponsored by Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven.

For more information about the Arts and Culture Festival at the JCC, contact shelleyg@jccnh.org or (203) 387-2522 x206

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