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    Office Of The Mayor
    Dear Friends

    This evening at 7pm in the Aldermanic Chambers at City Hall, I will be delivering the annual State of the City to the Board of Alderman. I will be outlining New Havenís priorities for 2011. I will be discussing the focus on the urgency to follow through on School Change, the transformation of our neighborhoods and the need to redefine they way New Haven does business, delivers services and pays for those services. The State of the City can be watched live by visiting the New Haven Independent, NBC 30, and the New Haven Register online. Donít miss out on this important information that is vital to the prosperity of New Haven.

    Hereís what else is happening in New Haven this week:

    Cultural Events

    Feb. 7. Tax Workshop for Artists. Arts Council of Greater New Haven. Educational Ctr. for the Arts. 5-7pm. $5/free for members. Register at info@newhavenarts.org.

    Feb. 8. Tokyo String Quartet. Morse Recital Hall. $25-35/$15 students. http://music.yale.edu

    February 9. Artspace kicks off SCRAWL - a seven week drawing festival and exhibition. www.artspacenh.org

    Feb. 10-Mar. 31. Introduction to Chinese Language and Culture, presented by Zhao Fang. Main Library. 6-7:30 pm $10 series. www.librarychinese.eventbrite.com/.

    Feb. 11. Act 2 Theatre Open Auditions for Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living In Paris. Bring sheet music. Albertus Magnus College. 7:30pm. adefabio@albertus.edu.

    Feb. 11-13. Yale Opera performs Don Giovanni. Shubert Theater. Fri. 8pm/ Sat. 2pm & 8pm $19-41. www.shubert.com.

    Feb. 11. Neighborhood Music School Dance Concert. 7pm. www.neighborhoodmusicschool.org.

    Feb. 12. DOLLWARS: LAST CHANCE. Project Storefronts, 71 Orange St. 1-5pm. elmcityhandmade@gmail.com.www.elmcityhandmade.com

    Feb. 12. DOLLWARS: JUDGEMENT DAY! The culmination of a month long crafting competition showcasing stuffed characters and art dolls. Project Storefronts, 71 Orange St. 5-7pm Judging and Prizes at 6pm. Refreshments will be served. www.elmcityhandmade.com

    Feb. 12. Jazz Guitarist Kevin Eubanks. SCSU Lyman Center for Performing Arts. 8pm. www.southernct.edu/lymancenter/

    Feb 13. Edgewood Park Farmers Market. 10am-1pm. www.cityseed.org

    Feb. 13. Handmade Hearts II - make and take your handmade heart. Project Storefronts, 71 Orange St. 1-5pm.www.elmcityhandmade.com

    Green Tip:

    Check to make sure your dryer is operating as efficiently as possible by clearing the lint screen and checking that outside dryer vent is free from any obstructions

    Health Matters:

    The Health Matters! Visioning A Healthier New Haven Conference slated for January 27th was canceled due to inclement weather. Please stay tuned for the new date! We look forward to seeing you there! New Haven cares about health because Health Matters!

    Very truly yours,

    John DeStefano, Jr.

    Mayor

    Contact Name: Adam Joseph

    Contact Email: ajoseph@newhavenct.net

    Contact Phone: 203-946-7660

    [2/7/2011]


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