Movies


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NOTICE MOVIE TIMES CHANGE FOR SUMMER!!

 

During July and August, all movies will begin at 1:00.

We will be having ice cream socials at 12:30 in place of the movie popcorn.

 

 

 

Updated 3/28/2019
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We show movies on our large projection screen several times each month – usually on Friday afternoons.  Check the Chronicle or the monthly calendar for the current schedule.  We even serve popcorn!

 

All movies start at 12:30 unless specified!!!!

 

All films are purchased through VUDU.com. The synopses for films are provided by VUDU

Stand By Me

 

Friday, August 2
1:00 PM 89 min.

 

After learning that a stranger has been accidentally killed near their rural homes, four Oregon boys decide to go on an adventure to see the body.

The Amazing Panda Adventure

 

Friday, July 26
1:00 PM 84 min.

 

An American boy and a Chinese girl trek through mountainous jungles to find and rescue a stolen baby panda. In the process, they encounter danger, excitement, the unspoiled beauty of a remote wilderness.

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword

 

Friday, August 9
1:00 PM 126 min.

 

Robbed of his birthright, Arthur comes up the hard way in the back alleys of the city. Once he pulls the sword from the stone, he must acknowledge his true legacy…like it or not.

Holy Lands

 

Friday, August 23
1:00 PM 100 min.

 

A Jewish American doctor leaves everything behind to become a pig farmer in Israel, a move that deeply shocks his family and puts him at odds with the local community there.

Hampstead

 

Friday, August 30
1:00 PM 103 min.

 

Diane Keaton and Brendan Gleeson star in this sparkingly witty, London-set romance based on the inspiring true story of a man’s against-all-odds fight to save his home.

Great Courses: DVD Series
May 20– August 26 (No class May 27, June 3, August 19)

 

Wonders of the National Parks: A Geology of North America

 

May 20 – August 26    1:00 to 2:30 PM

 

Ford Cochran is Director of Programming for National Geographic Expeditions and is respected journalist and educator in the earth sciences. Over his 20-plus-year career with National Geographic magazine, Mr. Cochran has written for National Geographic.com and documented numerous Society-funded research expeditions in the field