This Saturday 3-24, TFOL Screening at Rubia’s 10th Anniversary Celebration

March 8, 2012

Event: 1-4:00pm, Film Screening: 1-2:30pm
Red River Theatre, 11 S. Main St, Concord, NH
Community Supported Film is thrilled to be celebrating Rubia’s 10th Aniversary with the inclusion of a screening of The Fruit of Our Labor. Rubia’s mission is to develop economic opportunities in Afghanistan through craft heritage, to support education and to promote health and well being for Afghan women and their families.
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