Films

May Films: The Silver Screen

Four films about aging in honor of Older Americans Month.

Pop Movies, Every Tuesday

                                                                                             Pop Movies, Every Tuesday

The Washington Coliseum, The Forgotten Landmark

A screening of the documentary about Washington Coliseum, or Uline Arena, by filmmaker Jason Hornick, followed by a panel discussion.

Read the Book First! Book Club + Film Series

They always say the book is better than the movie. But, is it? Check out the Read the Book First! Book Club + Film Series to decide once and for all if “they” are always right or not!For the Film Series portion of this program, we’ll be viewing and discussing the film adaptations of the following books:

Read the Book First! Book Club & Film Series

They always say the book is better than the movie. Check out the Read the Book First! Book Club & Film Series to decide once and for all if "they" are always right or not!For the Book Club portion of this program, we'll be reading and discussing the following books:

In Honor of Harry Belafonte: A Celebration of His Life and Work

 Join us for "In Honor of Harry Belafonte: A Cele

TED Talks

TED is a nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out in 1984 as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design.  TED Conferences feature today’s most fascinating thinkers and doers giving the talks of their lives… in 18 minutes or less!  

Movie Matinee

You don't need to have read the Suzanne Collins novels to enjoy our next film

Classic Cinema Night

This time at our monthly classic cinema showing we will be watching a prison drama film starring Paul Newman.For more details, including the title of the film, contact Faith.

The Language of Life: Bill Moyers Talks With Modern Poets

In celebration of National Poetry Month, you are cordially invited to attend a screening of The Language of Life, a video series about modern verse featuring contemporary poets in conversation with journalist Bill Moyers. 

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