On Wednesday, November 19, come attend a free program that will provide basic information about memory loss, dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease issues. The program starts at 7:00 pm in the Community Room, and registration is requested. Learn more about this program here.
Our Children’s department always has great craft and reading programs. Check out the Children’s Calendar to see which ones you and your little one(s) want to attend!
Thursday evening at 7 pm we are holding our monthly Writer’s Group meeting in the Historical room! New Members are always welcome and no registration is required.
Friday’s free movie starting at 2 pm is Jersey Boys! Come see the movie version of the Tony Award winning musical about four young men in New Jersey who came together to form the cionic ’60s rock group, The Four Seasons. Rated R for language; 134 minutes. Registration is requested.
Sunday we are hosting a Family Film Cafe where you bring your own picnic lunch or snack and watch a great movie! Come watch Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, a film about food – lots and lots of food – just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday! Please register so that we can prepare a table for your group. Get more details at the registration link.
Whatever you come in for, we can’t wait to see you!
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Come join us for the Family Film Cafe showing of The LEGO Movie on Tuesday, July 22 at 7-8:45 PM.
Bring your own picnic supper or just a dessert to snack on as you enjoy this film on our large screen.
so that we can set up a table for your group. A parent must be with child at all times during the film.
If you print your tickets, you may bring them directly to the program, which will be held in the Community Room.
Come join us as we watch The Wind in the Willows on Tuesday, May 27. The movie is 7 – 8:15 PM in our Community room. Bring your own picnic supper or just a dessert or snack to munch on while you enjoy this classic children’s novel brought to life on our large screen.
This Martin Gates film (1996) is closely based on the book The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame and takes place in the woods near a riverbank, where we meet Ratty, Mole, Badger – and Mr. Toad, whose love of fast cars lands him in jail. Can his friends help save Toad Hall from the stoats and weasels? Will Mr. Toad break out of jail?
Please register so that we can set up a table for your group.
Parent must accompany children at all times during the film.
Suitable for families, this film runs approx. 71 minutes.