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Author: Meg Akabas, 52 Weeks of Parenting Wisdom

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Author: Meg Akabas, 52 Weeks of Parenting Wisdom

Time: October 27, 2013 from 10:30am to 11pm
Location: JCC: Vine Auditorium
Street: 360 Amity Rd.
City/Town: Woodbridge
Phone: 2033872522
Event Type: author, book, writ, talk, guest, 52, parent, jewish, akabas
Organized By: Kari McInerney
Latest Activity: Oct 24, 2013

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How we parent matters, and we can all be better parents by working at it step by step.  Informed by Jewish values, Meg Akabas shares her easy-to-implement 52 Weeks of Parenting Wisdom to raising committed and responsible children.  Sponsored by JCC Afterschool and Yeladim Early Learning Center.

 

Free and open to the public.

Sunday, October 27, 10:30 am

 

Location: JCC of Greater New Haven – Auditorium

360 Amity Rd., Woodbridge, CT 06525

Contact: Kari McInerney, 2032-387-2522, karim@jccnh.org

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