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Fairy Tale Interrupted Author RoseMarie Terenzio Speaks at the DCA

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The DCA welcomes author RoseMarie Terenzio to the DCA on Tuesday, June 4th at 10:30am, as part of our ‘Meet The Author’ series.  


John F. Kennedy Jr. was not royalty to RoseMarie Terenzio, he was her boss, and she, his personal assistant, publicist, and close confidant.  Fairy Tale Interrupted: A Memoir of Life, Love and Loss is a unique account by the woman who was with him through dating, politics, the paparazzi, and his marriage to Carolyn Bessette.


“Fairy Tale Interrupted joins a long list of books about one of America’s most tragic families. It’s probably one of the most personal and heartfelt narratives. . . . It makes Kennedy more human and shows a lovable side that should be regarded as sweet tribute to his memory.” —Austin American-Statesman


This event was previously scheduled for October 2012, but cancelled due to Hurricane Sandy.


Join us for lunch and the event on Tuesday, June 4th at 10:30am. $5 for DCA members; $10 public price. Lunch will be provided by Carolyn’s Absolutely Fabulous Events; reservations are required.  The DCA is located at 274 Middlesex Road, Darien, CT.  Reserve your seat online through the DCA's website. Alternatively, contact us at (203) 655-9050 during our office hours, 9am-3pm Mon-Th or Fr 9am-12pm, or email to info@dariendca.org


The Darien Community Association provides a unique community home in a welcoming setting, with stimulating learning and outreach experiences for the enrichment of the community.  To receive news of upcoming DCA events, please email info@dariendca.org or like us on Facebook. View details of all DCA programs at dariendca.org/

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