Monday, May 6, 2013

Win Two Tickets to Listen to Your Mother in New York City! {Giveaway Now Closed}

Giveaway is now closed.
Congrats to the winner, Quiana!
This Sunday is Mother's Day.

This Sunday is also the Listen to Your Mother Show at Symphony Space in New York City.

The show, which also takes place in 23 other locations across the country, is a collection of stories about motherhood, read by the women who wrote them. What better way could there be to celebrate Mother's Day?

There's an amazing line-up of women reading including some of my favorite Jersey girls:
- The hilarious and inspiring Kim Forde of The Fordeville Diaires
-  Playwright Sandy Rustin of the musical Rated P for Parenthood
-  Writer Tracy Beckerman, who just released her new book, Lost in Suburbia

And.... I have two tickets to Listen to Your Mother to giveaway to one lucky winner!

To enter just leave a comment with what you think moms should get on Mother's Day.

For me, sleeping late and not cleaning-up anything that came out of my offspring top my list!

For additional entries:
- like Random Handprints on Facebook
- follow Anna_Sandler on Twitter
- follow Anna Sandler on Pinterest

Good luck! Enter now - giveaway ends at 11:59EST on Wednesday, May 8.

The Listen To Your Mother Reading Series NYC Show will take place on Mother’s Day, Sunday, 5/12 at 5pm at Peter Norton Symphony Space (2537 Broadway at 95th Street).Tickets are $25 (advance), $30 (at the door) and can be purchased in advance online at

For more information on the Listen To Your Mother Reading Series please visit

Disclosure: I received two tickets to giveaway to the show as well as two tickets to attend the show myself.

Contest small print:
Contest open to U.S. residents age 18 and over. Contest ends at 11:00pm EST, Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Winners will be randomly selected and announced here as well as emailed with the good news. Entrants must provide contact information in their comment. If winner does not respond within twenty-four hours, a new winner will be selected.



Quiana said...

I think moms deserve a "do nothing" day for Mother's Day preferably in a luxury hotel lounging in a comfy robe, stretchy pants, lots of trashy TV and ice cream. I think this should also include not being accessible by phone or email ;-)

Quiana said...

Forgot to add I follow on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest!

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