This Week in Westville:
The One Hundred Year Flood @Lyric Hall,  Let's Play! Story Time/Free Concert @KLG, Edgewood Park Farmers Market!  Theeb Movie Screening + Tiny Home Workshop + Winter Blues Clinic @Mitchell Library!

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November Programs
MITCHELL LIBRARY  
Mitchell Library
Calendar of events for November HERE

Spanish Club for Advanced Speakers
Thursdays at 4:30pm at Mitchell Library
Practice conversations with other intermediate to advanced speakers!

LIBRARY HOURS:
Mon 12-8 |Tue 12-6| Wed 10-6 | Thu 10-6 | Fri CLOSED | Sat 10-5 | Sun CLOSED

Mitchell Library, 37 Harrison Street, 203-946-8117
Strange Ways

STOREFRONT HOURS
Monday-Thursday 10:00am-6:00pm
Friday +Saturday 10:00am-7:00pm
Sunday 10:00am-5:oopm

FRIDAYS OPEN LATE 10:00AM-7:00PM

Strange Ways, 910 Whalley Avenue, 
Vintanthromodern

Vintanthro's expertly curated vintage, modern and small batch handmade goods can be found at 895 Whalley Avenue in Westville.

CLOSED Monday - Tuesday-Thursday 12-5 - Friday 12-7- Saturday/Sunday 10-5 


Vintanthromodern, 895 Whalley Avenue 
Whimsies and Wishes

 Whimsies and Wishes, 865 Whalley Avenue
Odeon Boutique


Tuesday- Wednesday 10 - 5  
Thursday 12 - 6 
Friday- Saturday 10 - 5
Closed Sunday & Monday 

Odeon, 918 Whalley Avenue, (203) 389 - 8704
Elm City Sounds
 Elm City Sounds, 24 Fountain Street
Rentals
2BDR 2ND FL. APARTMENT
November Programs
BARNARD NATURE CENTER

Click HERE for a complete November calendar.
STARTS TONIGHT!  Thursday, Nov. 14 - Sunday, Nov. 16, 8:00pm

THE ONE HUNDRED YEAR FLOOD @LYRIC 

The One Hundred Year Flood, a comedy about Life, Love and Real Estate written, produced and directed by Peter B. Hodges. Miranda, a director with a dream, and her life partner Iris who teaches piano, manage a theater together and hope to buy it while another couple, millionaire Tamora and her partner Portia, are determined to ruin them and buy the theater for themselves. The two couples battle for control of a little theatre in Westville, New Haven while between them stands Rose, a successful business woman, who hopes to make peace and turn a profit. Will Miranda's dream come to life or will Tamora's jealousy triumph? Will Rose save the day or will her best intentions fall short? Find out when reality meets fantasy in The One Hundred Year Flood. TICKETS HERE

Lyric Hall, 827 Whalley Avenue, (203) 389-8885
Saturday, November 16, 2:00pm

THEEB SCREENING @MITCHELL LIBRARY

In the Ottoman province of Hijaz during World War 1, a young Bedoui boy experiences a greatly hastened coming-of-age as he embarks on a perilous desert journey to guide a british officer to his secret destination. 

First film from Jordan to be nominated for an Academt Award as best foreign film. (In Arabic with English subtitles).

Mitchell Library, 37 Harrison Street, (203) 946-8117
Sunday, November 17, 10:00am to 2:00pm

BOOK FAIR AT BEKI  

A Jewish Book Fair, featuring books for both children and adults, will include cookbooks, baby books, activity books, fiction and non-fiction, as well as religious texts. Titles will be available from Kar-Ben Publishing, an award-winning publisher providing a growing Jewish library for children; the Jewish Publication Society; Harcourt; and Workman Publishing. The event, which is co-sponsored by PJ Library and Ezra Academy, will feature story time for small children and food. After the event, the BEKI Sisterhood Giftshop, which is the only Judaica shop in the city of New Haven, will continue to stock Jewish books. 

For more information about store hours, email giftshop@beki.org.

 Beth El - Keser Israel 85 Harrison St at Whalley Ave
Sunday, November 17, 10:00am-11:00am

LETS PLAY! FREE MONTHLY STORY TIME FOR ALL @KEHLER LIDDELL GALLERY

Join us for ArtEcon's monthly story time for children of all ages! This month's event is inspired by Kate Henderson's multimedia exhibition, and Roy Money's photography on view at the gallery. Stories, songs and hands-on-art activities are designed and lead by teaching artists with backgrounds in Early Childhood Education. Free and open to all. Light refreshments provided. More info HERE.

Kehler Liddell Gallery, 873 Whalley Avenue
Sunday, November 17, 10:00am-1:00pm

CITYSEED EDGEWOOD FARMERS MARKET

Edgewood Park Farmers Market, Sundays, 10am-1pm at the corner of Whalley & West Rock Aves. Check out who & what you can find at the market  HERE.

Edgewood Park, Corner of Whalley Avenue and West Rock Avenue
Monday, November 18, 4:30pm

LEARN ABOUT THE CITY OF NEW HAVEN'S TINY HOUSE ZONING INITIATIVE

Click  HERE for more info. 

Mitchell Library, 37 Harrison Street, (203) 946-8117
Monday, November 18, 6:30pm

STAY SANE IN A CRAZY WORLD TREAT YOURSELF TO AN OASIS @MITCHELL

Do "bad emotions" attack you during the holiday season? Are you 
feeling lonely? Anxious? Guilty? Angry? Frustrated? Financially stressed? You're not alone. Statistics show that depression, suicide rates, and overall anxiety peak in holiday times. Bring your real self to this 
gathering and Life Coach Millie Grenough will help you find practical ways to really enjoy these days. 

Coach, author of ten books, motivational speaker, and Clinical Instructor in Psychiatry at Yale School of Medicine, Millie is certified in EMDR-Level II with a specialty in Performance Enhancement, and is one of ten people world-wide named Master Rubenfeld Synergist. Her six years living and working in Latin America and Europe help her speak and sing in Spanish, and be at home with people from diverse cul-tures, economic and educational backgrounds. 

Monday, November 18, 6:30pm
What are you really thankful for? How to fin and feel genuine thanks.

Monday December 9, 6:30pm
Is All the Commercialism Around the Holidays Driving You Nuts? How to enjoy the beauty and lower the stress.  

Monday, January 6, 6:30pm
2020-How to make it meaningful. Forget the resolutions and feed the soul. 

Mitchell Library, 37 Harrison Street, (203) 946-8177
Through December 7

BRIAN KEITH STEPHENS AND POLA ESTHER @DASILVA GALLERY


Dasilva Gallery, 897 Whalley Avenue
UPCOMING EVENTS

Saturday, November 30, 9:00am-9:00pm
SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAYS- Click HERE for more info. Westville Village

Sunday, December 1, 3:00pm
FRIENDS OF CLASSICAL CT @JCC- Click HERE for more info. The JCC, 360 Amity Road

Thursday, December 5, 6:00pm
PAINTINGS ABOUT THE BINDING OF ISAAC BY RICHARD MCBEE-Click HERE for more information. BEKI, 85 Harrison Street

Saturday, December 14, 3:00-6:00pm
DECK THE WALLS- More info HERE. Kehler Liddell Gallery, 873 Whalley Avenue

Saturday, December 14, 12:00-8:00pm
ANTI-MALL HOLIDAY SHOPPING EVENT- More info HERE. Lotta Studio,911 Whaley Avenue

Saturday, December 14, 6:00pm
WESTVILLE HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING- Details TBA. Blake and Whalley Parking Lot

FOR A FULL CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS, VISIT