Adult Events

Book Discussion with Judy Levin

FATES AND FURIES by Lauren Groff explores the marriage of Lancelot, fated for success, and his wife Mathilde, filled with pain and fury, told from their two perspectives. Widely divergent perspectives that seem to describe two different marriages. A Greek tragedy,complete with chorus; an absorbing and complex story.

Film showing and discussion with Bob Coscarelli

The Lady Eve (1941)
Charles Pike (Henry Fonda), heir to a brewery fortune, is on a ship back to New York after spending a year in the Amazon looking for rare snakes. Amongst those watching Charles are a trio of con men and card sharps -- Colonel Harrington (Charles Coburn), his partner Gerald (Melville Cooper), and the Colonel's daughter Jean (Barbara Stanwyck). Their plan to con Charles goes astray when Jean falls in love with their prey. Directed by Preston Sturges.

Presented with the Highland Park Senior Center.
Sponsored by Warren Barr North Shore

Film showing and discussion with Bob Coscarelli

My Man Godfrey (1936)
Carole Lombard stars as an eccentric heiress on a scavenger hunt to find a “lost man.” When she stumbles upon Godfrey (William Powell), a hobo in the city dump, she decides to bring him home to work as her family’s butler. He turns out not to be penniless at all and teaches the family that money isn’t everything. Directed by Gregory La Cava.

Presented with the Highland Park Senior Center.
Sponsored by Warren Barr North Shore

Film discussion with Dick Adler: The Gift (2015)

Simon (Jason Bateman) and Robyn (Rebecca Hall) are a young married couple whose life is almost perfect. While shopping for housewares, Simon meets an acquaintance from high school. At first Simon does not recognize Gordo (Joel Edgerton), but after a series of mysterious gifts and troubling visits, a horrifying secret from their past is revealed. When Robyn discovers the unsettling truth, she begins to wonder whether she really knows those closest to her. Directed by Joel Edgerton.

Digitize Your Media

Learn to digitize your printed photographs, 35mm slides, negatives, audio cassettes, and records. You will be introduced to the library’s digital media lab and learn the process of digitizing various forms of media.

Digitize Your Media

Learn to digitize your printed photographs, 35mm slides, negatives, audio cassettes, and records. You will be introduced to the library’s digital media lab and learn the process of digitizing various forms of media.

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