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March  - The legacy of the ladies.

In honor of women’s history month, we will be discussing how to nurture the next generation of strong, smart, and secure girls and women.  Whether you are the parent of a daughter or son, join us for tips and tools to promote emotional intelligence, media savvy, and respect related to gender.


Girls on film.

Wednesday March 11th

9:30 am – HES PTO Meeting

HES South House Cafeteria

Even young children are bombarded by media messages and images about gender.   Come learn how young children process the images they see in media and strategies to foster children’s critical viewing skills.


IQ and EQ – Smarts and sensibility

Thursday March 12th

9:30 am – WIS PTO Meeting

WIS Cafetorium

In the classroom, on the playground, or at the office, EQ is considered just as valuable – if not more! - as IQ.  Join us as we discuss what emotional intelligence is, why it’s so important, and how you can boost both yours and your child’s. 


Movie screening - Miss Representation

Sunday March 15th

2 pm

Weston Public Library Community Room

The League of Women Voters of Weston, the Weston Library, Friends of the Weston Library and Weston Youth Services invite you to a special presentation of the 2011 documentary, Miss Representation.  Miss Representation achieved critical acclaim for its artful challenge of the media’s limited and often disparaging portrayals of women and girls. There will a panel discussion and Q&A following the film, and light refreshments will be served.  This film is suitable for students in middle school and older.


Movie screening – Haze

Wednesday March 18th

7 pm

Weston Public Library Community Room

Weston Youth Services and ADAP (Alcohol and Drug Awareness Program of Weston) invite you to a special screening of Haze, a documentary about alcohol abuse on college campuses.  Haze tells the tragic story of Greenwich Connecticut native Gordon Bailey Jr. ("Gordie"), who was found dead at the Chi Psi Fraternity house at the University of Colorado at Boulder at the age of 18, just three weeks after arriving on campus.  His death occurred after “bid night” when he and other pledges were encouraged to drink and then left to sleep it off.  Haze aims to spark conversations about the role of alcohol on campus, and motivate youth to intervene in an emergency.  Following the film there will be a moderated panel discussion and Q&A session.  This film is suitable for older middle and high school students.