Fearless parents and friends, join Dr. Andrew Wakefield and Louise Kuo Habakus! Let’s gather in like-minded community for cocktails; organic, gluten-free food; a documentary film screening; and an open discussion about organizing to protect our medical and parental rights in New Jersey.
Saturday, January 13, 2018
6:00 – 7:00 pm — Cocktail reception and mingling with Andy, Louise, and special guests
7:00 – 8:30 pm — Screening of “The Pathological Optimist”
8:30 – 10:00 pm — Discussion and Q&A
JJ’s Organic Grill
128 Broad Street, Red Bank, NJ
4 minute cab/Uber or 11 minute walk from Red Bank train station (NJ Transit)
Click here for tickets — act quickly, seating is very limited
$ 85 // General Admission — SOLD OUT
$125 // VIP Admission — SOLD OUT
Come hungry and thirsty! Wine, gluten-free beer, and organic hors d’oeuvres will be served during the reception and film screening.
Proceeds support Fearless Parent, a project of the non-profit Center for Personal Rights.
Red Bank has great restaurants, spas, wine tasting, and many antique stores and specialty shops. Hop an early train and stroll along Broad Street. Drive in early to beat rush hour traffic and take a detour to check out the nearby beaches (Sandy Hook or Seabright), which are beautiful in the winter, too.
Waze or Google Maps won’t steer you wrong! Exit 109 off the Garden State Parkway. There’s metered street parking and several large municipal parking lots within walking distance. More info here.
The restaurant is just a few minutes’ drive from Red Bank train station and Uber / cabs abound. Here’s the NJ Transit schedule (from Penn Station, look for North Jersey Coast Line towards Long Branch).
Check out the Molly Pitcher Inn, a charming 19th century historic landmark with fine dining and water views, which is .7 mile away (3 minute Uber/cab) or the Courtyard Lincroft Red Bank hotel, which is 2.5 miles away.
We expect this event to sell out!
Start here to learn more about organizing to protect our medical and parental rights in New Jersey.