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EVENT:: Quinceanera FREE Screening

Metro would like to invite all Viva la Feminista readers to a free screening of the highly acclaimed movie Quinceanera this Monday. Click on the images for the full invite.

WHERE: Metro (3730 N. Clark Street)
WHEN: Monday, October 13, 2008
TIME: 8 PM - 12 AM
WHO: You must be 21+ to enter...sorry
RSVP: You must RSVP to enter. Click on second image for RSVP information.

Metro is thrilled to be offering a free special screening of the critically acclaimed independent movie Quinceanera. This is an wonderful movie about underage pregnancy, gay identity, gentrification, Echo Park and Latinas. VLF is currently negotiating child care, so we can't say if we'll be there or not yet. But if you do go, get there early as there is limited space. Click on the invites to learn more about the sponsors who will also be there.

Don't forget that VLF is participating in the DonorsChoose Blogger Challenge. We already have one class funded, let's get that second one funded!


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