We are showing movies once again. If you wish to attend a movie, you will need to call the Senior Center and reserve a spot. We also encourage you to wear your mask.
Please see movies below for starting times!!!!
All films are purchased through VUDU.com. The synopses for films are provided by VUDU
Wednesday, May 26 12:30 PM
Nicholas Sparks, the best selling author of The Notebook and Safe Haven, comes this heart-lifting tale of how far we go to keep the hope of love alive.
Eight Men Out
Wednesday, June 2
A dramatization of the 1919 major league baseball scandal involving the Chicago White Sox. The Sox are conned into throwing the 1919 World Series. Eight players are indicted.
Wednesday, June 30 12:30 PM
Roman Coleman (Matthias Schoenaerts), a convict in prison who struggles to escape his past, rediscovers his own humanity in gentling an especially unbreakable mustang, Marcus.
New Great Courses: DVD Series! Mondays in May, 2 – 3:30 PM
The Philosophy of Humor
In 24 insightful, informative, illuminating, and (yes) humorous lectures, Professor Steven Gimbel of Gettysburg College will take you through the philosophical theories and explanations of humor, from blatantly obvious puns to complex narratives to sly twists of language. This series will run until June 7. You may sign up for the whole series or drop in if seats are available
Starting June 14!!! NEW Great Courses
Mondays 2 – 3:30 PM
Understanding Greek and Roman Technology: From Catapult to the Pantheon
Famed for great thinkers, poets, artists, and leaders, ancient Greece and Rome were also home to some of the most creative engineers who ever lived. Many of their feats have survived; others have disappeared into the mists of time. But modern research is shedding new light on these renowned wonders—impressive buildings, infrastructure systems, and machines that were profoundly important in their own day and have had a lasting impact on the development of