movies

MONTHLY MOVIE NIGHT @ GRAVES LIBRARY – CANCELLED

Please join us on March 19 @ 6:45 pm for a special showing of Green Book.  Dr. Don Shirley is a world-class African-American pianist, who is about to embark on a concert tour in the Deep South in 1962.  In need of a driver and protection, Shirley recruits Tony Lip, a tough-talking bouncer from an Italian-American neighborhood in the Bronx.

 

For more information about this program  (207-967-2778).  Light refreshments will be provided!

AN AFTERNOON @ THE MOVIES! – CANCELLED

Join us on Tuesday, March 17 @ 1:00 pm for an  Afternoon At The Movies!  In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, The Secret of Roan Inish will be shown in the Community Room.

Hot popcorn will be served.  All Ages are Welcome!  FMI please call (207) 967-2778.

 

MONTHLY MOVIE NIGHT @ GRAVES LIBRARY

Please join us on Thursday, February 20 @ 6:45 pm for a special showing of The Woman in Gold.  Sixty years after fleeing Vienna, Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren), an elderly Jewish woman, attempts to reclaim family possessions that were seized by the Nazis. Among them is a famous portrait of Maria’s beloved Aunt Adele: Gustave Klimt’s “Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I.” With the help of young lawyer Randy Schoeberg (Ryan Reynolds), Maria embarks upon a lengthy legal battle to recover this painting and several others, but it will not be easy, for Austria considers them national treasures.  (IMBd, 2015).

*This film was supposed to be shown in January–but due to the snow storm, we are moving the film forward!

For more information about this program  (207-967-2778).  Light refreshments will be provided!

AN AFTERNOON @ THE MOVIES!

Join us on Tuesday, February 18 @ 1:00 pm for an  Afternoon At The Movies!  Downton Abbey (2019) will be shown in the Community Room.  Join us and get reacquaintedwith your old friends from the Masterful Masterpiece PBS series.

Hot popcorn will be served.  All Ages are Welcome!  FMI please call (207) 967-2778.

 

AN AFTERNOON @ THE MOVIES!

Join us on Tuesday, January 21 @ 1:00 pm for an  Afternoon At The Movies!  Saving Mr. Banks will be featured on the big screen.  Spurred on by a promise he made to his daughters, Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) embarks on what would become a 20-year quest to obtain the movie rights to “Mary Poppins.” The author, P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson), proves to be an uncompromising curmudgeon who has no intention of letting her beloved characters become mangled in the Hollywood machine. However, when the books stop selling and she finds herself in need of money, Travers reluctantly agrees to consider Disney’s proposition.  (IMBd, 2013)

Hot popcorn will be served.  All Ages are Welcome!  FMI please call (207) 967-2778.

 

AN AFTERNOON @ THE MOVIES

Join us on Tuesday, December 31 @ 1:00 pm for a  Prelude Afternoon At The Movies!  Join us to watch this jingle of a movie.  “Buttons : A Christmas Tale” will be shown in the Community Room.  Buttons: is the magical, musical story that shows believing can be the greatest gift of all. Follow the heartwarming journey of two orphan girls whose only wish is to find a home for Christmas. With a little help from their guardian angels (screen legends Dick Van Dyke and Angela Lansbury), they discover that miracles really can happen when you find the power to believe. From director Tim Janis, this inspiring holiday film for the whole family features an all-star cast including Jane Seymour, Roma Downey and Abigail Spencer, and is narrated by Kate Winslet and Robert Redford, with a special song by Sir Paul McCartney.  (Amazon.com)

Bells will be ringing.   Hot chocolate and popcorn will be served.  All Ages are Welcome!  FMI please call (207) 967-2778.

MONTHLY MOVIE NIGHT @ GRAVES LIBRARY

There’s a new Movie Theater in town and the price is right–Free!  Graves Library offers  – Movie Night – once per month.

Please join us on Thursday, December 19 @ 6:45 pm for a special showing of Meet Me In St. Louis.  “Meet Me in St. Louis” is a classic MGM romantic musical comedy that focuses on four sisters (one of whom is the nonpareil Judy Garland) on the cusp of the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair. The film spotlights the sisters’ education in the ways of the world, which includes, but isn’t limited to, learning about life and love, courtesy of the prototypical boy next door. In the end, love — accompanied by song, dance and period costumes, all in glorious Technicolor — conquers all.

 

 

For more information about this program  (207-967-2778).  Light refreshments will be provided!

MONTHLY MOVIE NIGHT @ GRAVES LIBRARY

There’s a new Movie Theater in town and the price is right–Free!  Graves Library offers  – Movie Night – once per month.

Please join us on Thursday, November 21 @ 6:45 pm for a special showing of The World’s Fastest Indian.  New Zealander Burt Munro (Sir Anthony Hopkins) spent years perfecting his classic Indian motorcycle. The year is 1967, and Burt takes his machine to Utah’s salt flats, where he attempts the impossible, using his dream bike to set a new world’s record for speed. Based on a true story, the record Munro set more than three decades ago still has not been broken to this day.

 

 

For more information about this program  (207-967-2778).  Light refreshments will be provided!

MONTHLY MOVIE NIGHT @ GRAVES LIBRARY

There’s a new Movie Theater in town and the price is right–Free!  Graves Library offers  – Movie Night – once per month.

Please join us on Thursday, October 17th @ 6:45 pm for a special showing of the classic Young Frankenstein. Young Frankenstein is a 1974 American comedy horror film directed by Mel Brooks and starring Gene Wilder as the title character, a descendant of the infamous Dr. Victor Frankenstein, and Peter Boyle as the monster. .

 

 

For more information about this program  (207-967-2778).  Light refreshments will be provided!

MONTHLY MOVIE NIGHT @ GRAVES LIBRARY

There’s a new Movie Theater in town and the price is right–Free!  Graves Library offers  – Movie Night – once per month.

Please join us on Thursday, September 19th @ 6:45 pm for a special showing of Little Boy.  In a heartwarming tale of faith, hope and love, a little boy tries with all his might to achieve the impossible – to end WWII in order to bring his father home.

 

 

For more information about this program  (207-967-2778).  Light refreshments will be provided!

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