Movies

Please RSVP  for our movies by signing up online or call 608-845-7471.

THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES (L)
Wednesday, October 5: 12  PM

 

A drama, set in Southern U.S. in 1960’s, revolving around teenager Lily Owens and her nanny, Rosaleen, who flee their hometown to escape their harsh upbringing and uncover the mysteries of Lily’s late mother.  Along the way they encounter the Boatwrights, a trio of beekeeping sisters, who fold the girl to their South Carolina home.

 

Missed the movie?  Join us for Friday Replay – Secret Life of Bees will be shown again on Friday, October 7 at 10:00 am.

SAHARA (L)
Wednesday, October 19: 12 PM

 

Marine life planetwide is dying of in staggering proportions, and if adventurer Dirk Pitt can’t find the solution – ALL life is in danger. So what’s he doing looking for the answer in the middle of the Sahara desert? Just trust him.

 

**This movie will be sponsored by Gunderson Funeral & Cremation Care.

 

Missed the movie?  Join us for Friday Replay – Sahara will be shown again on Friday, October 21 at 10:00 am.

“Vet Themed Movie”

GLORY (L)
Thursday, October 20: 1:30 PM

 

The heart-stopping story of the first black regiment to fight for the North in the Civil War.  Idealistic young Bostonians lead the regiment; an inspirational sergeant unites the troops; and a runaway slave embodies the indomitable spirit of the 54th Regiment of Massachusetts.

Great Courses: DVD Series

Mondays 2 – 3:30 PM (L)

The last two sessions of The World’s Greatest Geological Wonders:
Spectacular Sites will be October 3 and 10.   (L)

 

NEW SERIES!!!!!  Wonders of the National Parks: A Geology of North America’s 36 Sites (L)

Begins Monday, October 17

 

There’s no better education in the remarkable forces that formed our world than a tour of the national parks of North America. These 36 lectures provide in-depth insights, intriguing perspectives, and riveting little-known facts about these treasured places that you won’t fnd simply by driving through them. Ford Cochran – geologist, journalist, and National Geographic programming director – has crafted a fascinating introduction to the geology that forged North America’s national parks. He covers every national park in the United States, together with exceptional state parks, national monuments, historical parks, marine sanctuaries, and other preserves, plus a number of outstanding parks in Canada, Mexico, and beyond.

 

If you are interested in participating, please sign up online or call 608-845-7471