National Library Week promises to be a fun filled occasion at the Park Falls Public Library. There will be book drawings for children and adults all week long. The week will also give patrons, young and old a chance to watch a movie chosen by a library staff member. Because of licensing rules, we are not allowed to give specific titles in our online advertising, so please read on for hints both in words and pictures, on what movies will be shown.
Monday, April 14 7 pm
Based on the classic book by Harper Lee, this 1962 movie included characters named Scout, Jem and their father Atticus. The movie stars Gregory Peck.
Tuesday, April 15 5:30 pm
Adapted from a book of the same name, this movie follows Julia Roberts as she travels to India, Indonesia and Italy.
Wednesday, April 16 7 pm
Directed by Robert Redford, this movie captures beautiful scenic views as well as the graceful art of fly fishing. It stars Tom Skerritt and Brad Pitt.
Thursday, April 17 7 pm
Comedy starring George Clooney, John Turturro, and Tim Blake Nelson as three convicts in rural Mississippi during the Great Depression.
Friday, April 18 2 pm
A popular family movie for our last show of the week. Newly released on dvd, this movie features a reindeer, a snowman, and two sisters. You probably are humming its very popular song “Let It Go” right now.
All of the programs are free and open to the public. For more information, please stop by or call the Park Falls Public Library at 715-762-3121.