Torrington event to screen and discuss documentary

September 28, 2018 by  

Providing services for its residents who live with an intellectual disability can be a challenge for state government, and guests at a Torrington screening of ‘Building a Great Life’ will be invited to add their voice to the discussion.

The documentary, which explores the issue of favoring community living over state institutions, will be introduced by Walter Glomb, who is the Director of the Connecticut Council on Developmental Disabilities. Once the film is over, the attendees will be welcome to be a part of a conversation that will investigate the points raised.

The evening will begin with a half hour meet and greet, and during this time, beverages and light finger foods will be served. The picture itself is set to be screened at 6:05 pm, and after this, there will be a brief break which will be followed by the discussion. While attendance is free, the number of tickets that will be made available has been limited to 250.

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Torrington’s Warner Theatre will be hosting this event on Thursday, October 18. The meet and greet will begin at 5:30 pm.