NORWALK, Conn. -- Young Jewish Professionals, Connecticut will host an event Sunday in a private home in Norwalk featuring comic Richard Morris.
Morris is an author and comedian who started his career as a regular headliner at The Improv, Catch a Rising Star and was one of the eight original writers and frequent guest comedians on NBC’s" Late Night with David Letterman." His book, "Funny You Should Think About a Return to Judaism," is endorsed by both Larry David and Bob Saget.
Young Jewish Professionals, Connecticut serves as a hub for business networking and social activities for Jewish professionals in their 20s and 30s, serving the many young Jews living and working in the area.
YJP, CT focuses on improving and expanding the social life of Fairfield County’s young Jewish professionals, singles and couples.
The event is $20 per couple and includes a light dinner, sushi and wine. For more information, call (203) 635-4118, visit www.yjpct.org or e-mail Youngjewishp@gmail.com.
The event starts at 5 p.m.
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