The Latin American Youth Center (LAYC) is proud to announce that it will host Nia Vardalos, Academy Award-nominated writer and star of My Big Fat Greek Wedding, on June 12th, 6:30 – 9:30 PM, at the LAYC Career Academy Public Charter School to discuss her book Instant Mom. The event will include a Q&A with Nia Vardalos, book signing, and a light reception.
Instant Mom is a, “poignant and hilarious true chronicle of trying to become a mother while fielding nosy ‘frenemies’ and Hollywood reporters asking, ‘Any baby news?’ With genuine and frank honesty, she describes how she and husband Ian Gomez eventually found their daughter . . . and what happened next. Vardalos explores innovative ways to conquer the challenges all new moms face, from sleep to personal grooming, and learns that whether via biology, relationship, or adoption—motherhood comes in many forms.” (Amazon.com)
Who: Nia Vardalos, Instant Mom author and Academy Award-nominated writer and star of My Big Fat Greek Wedding
What: Book event with book signing, Q&A, photo opportunities with Nia Vardalos, and light reception
When: June 12, 6:30 – 9:30 PM
Where: LAYC Career Academy Public Charter School
3047 15th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20009
Tickets are $45 and include one signed copy of Instant Mom. To purchase tickets, please visit http://instantmomdc.eventbrite.com. Seating is general admission, first-come first-served. Purchase limit of two tickets per person. Questions may be directed to Araceli Rosenberger, at (202) 319-2253, or [email protected]
A portion of the proceeds will benefit LAYC, which is a licensed foster care provider. To learn more about LAYC’s foster care program, please visit: http://tinyurl.com/laycfoster.
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