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BRUHS: Book Reading Uplifts His Spirit

BRUHS Book Reading Uplifts His Spirit A Monthly LGBT Community Outreach December's special guest is Chase Meacham!  
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Family Feature Movie: Nanny McPhee Returns

Nanny McPhee is back is back again on another magical adventure where she is needed most. The story begins with an overwhelmed mother and her two children struggling to keep their farm and family together. Will they be able to keep their far? Is Nanny McPhee tough enough to keep these children in order? Will that be enough to keep this family together? If you want to find out, join us for our monthly family movie program.
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Woodridge Anime Club: Late Fall/Early Winter '15

Join Woodridge Anime on the above date for manga chat and episode viewings throughout late fall / early winter. Come for the snacks, then hangout with like-minded Otaku for these popular series! 
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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Parts 1 & 2

Join us for an encore screening of this animated fan favorite:  
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Friday Flicks-- To Kill a Mockingbird

Come to the Center for Accessibility for a Friday Flick! Every third Friday, we'll be showing a film with audio description and closed captioning enabled. 
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It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown Film and Halloween Party!

It's the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown Halloween Party! Come in your costume and bring some of your candy to watch this Halloween classic and decorate a candy bag! We'll start the movie at 1:00 and play it on a loop until we close at 5:30, so stop by before you head out to trick or treat!
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'Baseball': the fifth Inning, by Ken Burns: the 1930's

Baseball is in our minds and hearts this fall. To reflect on its history in light of the changing season, baseball can be said to have grown to form a unique connection with American culture. When the Depression came on Americans had difficulty meeting daily needs. Many could not even afford the 50 cents it cost to attend a game. But they nonetheless cherished the baseball stars, who took on a warm glow in the admiration of the public. The mythology of baseball grew in the American mind despite their difficulties - or maybe because of the hardships that afflicted them.
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Tuesday Night Movies

October 6 Avengers: Age of Ultron  Our superheroes return to fight Ultron (James Spader) in this rousing sequel. Starring Robert Downey, Jr., Samuel L. Jackson, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johannson and Don Cheadle. Directed by Joss Whedon. 141 minutes. 2015, PG-13
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Home Movie Day DC 2015

Have your family’s home movies personally inspected by Film and Video Archivist professionals! View and share your family’s home movies together with an audience! Learn about how to digitize and preserve your family’s home films and videos. See exciting home movies from the growing collection of at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture and DC Public Library Special Collections. Use the hashtag #homemoviedaydc to follow and share.
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Reel Writers: A NaNoWriMo Film Series

Whether you’re a National Novel Writing Month participant looking to recharge or or a viewer who favors literary films, join us as we present a series of films that depict the glories and struggles of the writing life. The series begins with Stranger Than Fiction (PG-13, 113 min., 2006)