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Halloween

Rosedale FrightFlix Fest

Join us at Rosedale Library  for our First Annual Halloween FrightFlix Fest! We will be screening classic and contemporary horror films to thrill and get your adrenaline pumping!  Tuesday, Oct. 2 - A Quiet Place (2018) Rated R Runtime 1h 31m Tuesday, Oct. 9-  The Fly (1986) Rated R Runtime 1h 36m

FrightFlix Children's Fest

Join us at Rosedale Library for our first annual Halloween FrightFlix Fest. We will be screening classic and contemporary spooky Halloween films for the whole family. Join us for thrills and chills! Thursday, Oct. 4 - Coco Rated PG. Run time 1 hour 45 minutes. Thursday, Oct. 11 - The Nightmare Before Christmas Rated PG. Run time 1 hour and 16 minutes.

Pajama Movie Night

2018 Summer Pajama Movie Night Lineup Announced

Join us each week for fun movies

This summer, put on your PJs and join us Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at Tenley-Friendship Library for fun children’s movies. Food, blankets and pillows are welcome. Check out our lineup: June 28 - Coco July 5 - The Incredibles July 12 - The Aristocats

Fifty Shades of Grey

Guilt and Pleasure

Twists on Familiar Classics

Whether it’s a guilty pleasure or a great work, a well-told story of romance sought, found or lost is a joy to read repeatedly and, for some exceptional fans, to be imitated. For the month of love, revisit some enduring page-turners and tales they inspired (check out the movies as well). Tess of the d’Urbervilles by Thomas Hardy (1892)

Presidents

The Great Oscar Nominee Book Swap

Like this movie? Try reading this...

Who doesn’t love a great story? Whether it’s told on the page or on the screen, there’s nothing quite like curling up under a fuzzy blanket, popping some popcorn and falling into a well-told tale. Or sharing an epic cinematic experience in a dark movie theater. The best movies can inspire a fervent passion for similar storytelling and luckily, this year’s most buzzworthy films have plenty of read-alikes out there, whether you’re craving more guerrilla journalism, World War II heroism, or the awkward bumblings of life and love as a teenager.

Black Films Matter

Black Films Matter

Six Provocative, Rarely-Seen Films

Youth continue to be at the heart of every social movement. What are today's teens thinking about current and past African American social movements?  From 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. every Thursday from January 18 to February 22, 2018, teens at the Parklands-Turner Library will watch and discuss films that show little-known occurrences of the past that are relevant to what they see happening in society today. 

Man Who Invented Christmas cover

The Man Who Invented Christmas

Book to Screen

In late 1843, Charles Dickens was desperate. Sales of his published works were dwindling and his creditors were demanding payment. He had to do something--fast!  What happened after a public speaking event would revive Dickens's career and a holiday season.

The Last Jedi

Jedi Jamboree: A Star Wars Party!

Excited about the new Star Wars movie? We are too! Come join us on Tuesday, December 12 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm for an afternoon of games, trivia, crafts, and snacks!   Test your skills at the Jedi Academy and enter to win awesome prizes!   Dressing up as your favorite Star Wars character is highly encouraged!    All ages welcome; activities most suited for ages 6 to 12; no RSVP necessary  

Androids

Soon to be Seen on the Silver Screen

Upcoming Book-to-Film Adaptations

'Tis the season for Oscar bait and awards chatter and what’s a tried and true strategy for catching the eye of the Academy? Literary adaptations, of course! And we all know it’s better to read the book first, so here are a few big name adaptations coming soon to a theater near you - and one soon-to-be-dropped on Netflix.   Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick

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