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    I am happy to report that its once again Restaurant Week in New Haven! This fall's New Haven Restaurant Week will run from Sunday, November 3rd through Friday, November 8th. Participating restaurants will offer a three course, prix fixe menu consisting of an appetizer, entrée and dessert. Prix fixe menus are priced at $18 for lunch and $32 for dinner.

    New Haven Restaurant Week has become a seasonal tradition for residents and visitors alike, providing an opportunity to sample New Haven’s wonderful and nationally-known restaurants at special pricing.

    Here are a few tips to ensure you have the best possible experience during Restaurant Week:

    • Make reservations as early as possible as restaurants are sure to book fast.

    • Try a new night—if you cannot secure a Friday reservation, try a Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday night. It’s a nice way to break up the work week!

    • Don’t forget about lunch! If you are set on dining at particular restaurant but cannot get a dinner reservation, don’t be discouraged—try lunch instead!

    For a list of restaurants that are participating in this spring’s Restaurant Week, go here

    Wine on9

    This month's First Friday in the 9th Square is "Wine on9" Join friends and raise a glass to toast the Historic 9th Square on Friday, November 1 from 6PM to 8PM.

    Wine On9 will offer attendees a sampling of wines from around the world while strolling through the 9th Square.

    Over a dozen 9th Square businesses are participating in Wine On9, each serving a wine especially selected by The Wine Thief. Area restaurants join in by offering tastings from their own wine lists. The tour ends at The Wine Thief, 181 Crown Street, for a final tasting and opportunity to purchase wines that you have enjoyed.

    For more information or to purchase tickets, go here here .

    There's Still Time to Register for this Saturday's Parent University

    An important part of School Change, Parent University offers free workshops and seminars for parents of New Haven Public School students on a variety of topics that are helpful for parents and beneficial in helping parents support their children.

    The next session of Parent University will be held from 8:30am-2:30pmon Saturday, November 2nd at Gateway Community college.

    All workshops are free and will provide breakfast and lunch and free childcare. To register for any of the workshops below, please visit www.punh.org or call (203) 497-7055 (English) OR (203) 497-7051 (Spanish).

    I encourage all parents to check out a session of Parent University—and bring a friend!

    Help Navigating the new Affordable Healthcare Law

    With the implementation of the federal healthcare law, many people have questions. The City of New Haven has been designated an official “Navigator” by the State of Connecticut and can assist residents in learning about what the new law will mean for individuals and families.

    Weekly “Healthy Chats” are held from 4-5 pm. At these informational sessions, the City’s Director of Health, Dr. Mario Garcia, will present basic information, answers to questions and helpful resources for assistance with enrollment.


    *Ives Main Library,133 Elm Street, Tuesdays(except Nov. 5)

    *Fair Haven Branch, 182 Grand Ave., 1st Thurs. of the month

    *Mitchell Branch, 37 Harrison St, 2nd Thurs. of the month

    *Wilson Branch, 303 Washington Ave, 3rd Thurs. of the month

    *Stetson Branch, 200 Dixwell Ave, 4th Wed. of the month

    Individual appointments are also available by contacting the Library’s or the City’s certified Assisters.To make an appointment at one of our library locations for free confidential in-person enrollment assistance, contact 203-946-8130 x103 or Assister@nhfpl.org or by contacting Quiana Lewis at the City’s Health Department at (203) 946-2227 or navigator@newhavenct.net


    Nov. 1. Stephan Crump's Rosetta Trio Firehouse 12. $12/$18 8:30/10pm. http://firehouse12.com

    Nov. 1. Exhibition Reception: Juried Art Exhibit.Arte Inc. On view thru Nov. 30. www.arte-inc.org

    Nov. 1. Neighborhood Music School Bach’s Lunch Concert-Jazz Standards. 12:10pm. www.neighborhoodmusicschool.org

    Nov. 1. Magical Scripts and Other Egyptian Marvels in Classical Arabic Sources: The Case of Ibn Wa?shiyya. Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History. 5:30pm. www.peabody.yale.edu

    Nov. 2. Day of the Dead Parade & Party. Bregamos Theatre. Live music by Sabor Tropical & Chavos De Fuego. 4pm. www.facebook.com/ulanewhaven

    Nov. 2. East German Film Screening and Discussion: The Kaisers Lackey. Ives Main Library. #NHV. 2-4:30pm.

    Nov. 2. John Pinette- All You Can Eat.Shubert Theater. 8pm. www.shubert.com

    Nov. 3. Neighborhood Music School. Bach’s Brunch Concert-The Music of Kurt Weill feat. Dr. Caterwaul’s Cadre of Clairvoyant Claptraps with the Cygnet Sisters. 12:10pm. www.neighborhoodmusicschool.org

    Nov 6-8. Theatre 4's Acting Out. Institute Library. $20. www.t4ct.org/

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