The movie playing will be Transylvania 3.
Join The History Center for a very special holiday event, including a screening of the 1910 silent film A Christmas Carol! Enjoy traditional holiday music performed by Nancy Patrick, children from Coolidge Elementary School choir, and Prairie High School’s Cantabile select chorus. Families can make a holiday ornament to take home and have their family
Photographer George Henry and historian Mark Stoffer Hunter will be available for book signings. Enjoy hot cocoa and mulled wine during the event.
Admission for this event is $5 at the door. Beer, wine, soda, and water will be available for purchase during the event.
Join us for a special LitFlicks double feature.
March of the Wooden Soldiers & A Christmas Carol
Wednesday, December 19, 6:00 pm
In March of the Wooden Soldiers
Ollie Dee and Stanley Dum try to borrow money from their employer, the toymaker, to pay off the mortgage on Mother Peep’s
shoe and keep it and Little Bo Peep from the clutches of the evil Barnaby.
Starring Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, and Henry Brandon.
March of the Wooden Soldiers is based on the operetta Babes in Toyland by Victor Herbert.
A Christmas Carol
is a classic Dickens’ story about the old merchant Scrooge and how his own disappointments in life shape his view that both
life and men are not worthy of his notice or concern. The 1938 classic version.
Starring Reginald Owen, Kathleen Lockhart, Gene Lockhart.
A Christmas Carol is based on the short story by Charles Dickens.
Together these movies are approximately 2.5 hours long. Refreshments, including fresh popped popcorn, will be provided.
LitFlicks is a film series for adults showing movies adapted from books.
Tuesday, January 8, 6:00 pm
A detective pursues four fugitive androids who are plotting to prolong their lifespans in 2019 L.A. Along the way, the detective is aided by an android who’s unaware of her true nature.
Starring Harrison Ford, Rutger Hauer and Sean Young.
This movie is approximately 2 hours long. Refreshments, including fresh popped popcorn, will be provided.
Based on the book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick.