Escape the heat and join us at the library for summer movies! We have movies for families (or individuals) and movies for teens. Movies are classified according to their rating and content. Listed below are the scheduled movie titles, dates and times. You can also visit our library’s Calendar of Events webpage for more information. Click movie titles for more information.
Join us on Tuesday, August 16th at 2:00 for our final summer movie. We are showing the Disney film Mars Needs Moms. All ages are welcome to attend. Complimentary popcorn for all attendees. See you at the Tuesday Movie!
Looking for fun, educational, and interactive activities for children this summer? Each year, our library offers a variety of free summer vacation programs for school aged children. This summer’s reading theme “One World, Many Stories” is designed to enhance creativity and educate children about diverse cultures. The summer program schedule begins on Monday, June 6th and concludes on Monday, August 1st. Below is a listing of scheduled dates and program descriptions.
Mondays from 2:00 – 4:00: One World, Many Stories – Children, and parents alike, will enjoy multicultural stories, short films, and creative activities. The programs will focus on a different Country or Region each week.
Tuesdays from 2:00 – till: Tuesday Movie Day – Join us for newly released movies shown in our new “movie theater” which features state-of-the-art equipment such as a high-definition projector, wide projection screen, and surround sound audio system. Children, tweens, individuals and families are welcome to attend.
6/29 Alice in Wonderland (2010)
7/6 Percy Jackson and
the Lightning Thief
7/13 Jack & the Beanstalk (2010)
7/20 Flicka 2
7/27 Air Bud: World Pup
8/3 Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Looking for free summer time activities for children? The library is a great place to visit this summer. Beginning June 8 through August 21 our library has planned programs to keep children, and adults alike, actively reading and creating various crafts. Please read below for a list of scheduled days and time.
- Monday: “Be Creative @ Your Library” from 1:00 – 3:00
- Tuesday:”Story time” (9:30 – 10:45) and “Afternoon Movies” (4:00)
- Thursday: “Express Yourself @ the Library” from 1:00 – 3:00
For additional information please call the library at (850)729-5406 or click here
I’m not sure that I bought into the idea behind Mad Money. Sure the movie is purely fictional and made for entertainment purposes only but this was a bit of a stretch. C’mon, even if this were possible, in this day and age, someone would have thought of this scheme by now. It’s too simple. Not to mention the heightened security measures taken by federal agencies. I just can’t get past the actual reality of how this would NEVER work. We’re talking about the National Treasury here – not your local bank. Don’t get me wrong. The movie has a great cast and some comedic highlights. If you’re looking for a comedy about three women who find a way to “beat the system”, albeit unrealistically, then you might enjoy this film. Check it out for yourself.
I Am Legend is a remake from the book, of the same title, originally penned in 1954 by Richard Matheson. This version of the story occurs in modern times with a look into the future. The special effects are nothing short of spectacular; think “Day After Tomorrow” in terms of sweeping, vast, cavernous CGI shots of Manhattan following a catastrophic event.
While the movie was impressive in terms of special effects, equally impressive was the “human” element. I couldn’t help but to observe the similarities between Will Smith’s character and Tom Hanks in Cast Away. Both men were forced to live a life of isolation and must learn to deal with all the emotions that “accompany” their loss. Initially there is only one main character and therefore there is not a lot of dialogue. Another character/sidekick does exist however neither has speaking roles but charismatic nonetheless.
Consider yourself warned, this movie is not about surviving a natural disaster, as in the previously mentioned movies, rather it is something more sinister.