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Because everyone loves a juicy conversation.
 
Hartford boasts a small, nimble, personal, participatory forum. “Freshly Squeezed with Colin McEnroe,” hosted at Watkinson School, offers great debates and discussions you can dive into. Parents, community leaders, educators—everyone who cares about the challenges we’re facing these days—will love the opportunity to think and talk together.  And all of the profits benefit the education programs of three shining Hartford institutions: Billings Forge, Hartford Stage and the Mark Twain House.
 
For those who enjoy wisdom with wit, substance with style, and the opportunity to be part of the conversation, “Freshly Squeezed with Colin McEnroe” will become a must-go series. 
Pucks and Balls and the Public Good.
April 6, 2016 
It’s spring and the Hartford Yard Goats are to start their maiden voyage. It’s also been 25 years since an $18 million public investment opened the Connecticut Tennis Center  in New Haven that  quickly grew up to be a white elephant whose wheezy signature event, the New Haven Open, was recently bought by the state. And 20 years ago, the Hartford Whalers began their fateful final season, although their logo lives on in America’s most coveted defunct sports franchise merchandise. Does spending taxpayer money on pro sports really help the people who foot the bill? Are there better uses for our money? McEnroe and his panelists—which include MetroHartford Alliance President and CEO Oz Griebel, owner of the Hartford Yard Goats Josh Solomon, professor of economics at the College of the Holy Cross Victor Mathesonwill talk about that.

Based on the premise that everyone loves a juicy conversation and in the best tradition of Connecticut conversation, Freshly Squeezed with Colin McEnroe is a series of nimble, participatory and personal events hosted by Colin McEnroe. All of the profit from ticket sales benefits the education programs of three shining Hartford institutions: Billings Forge, Hartford Stage and the Mark Twain House. The series is generously sponsored by Fiduciary Investment Advisors.

Tickets are $20 each. Ticket holders enjoy a complimentary pre-show light meal on Watkinson’s campus prepared by Chef Jon Birney. Dinner is at 5:30pm and the forum is at 7pm. All events are held in the Foisie Family Amphitheater at Watkinson School. Seating is very limited and general admission, so order today. 


Purchase tickets at brownpapertickets.com or by calling 800-838-3006.