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Thursday, August 12th at 10:00 a.m. at the Wallingford Senior Center
The Wallingford Senior Center is demanding a rematch! The Wallingford Teens will once again head over to the Senior Center and compete in a Wii Bowling tournament. All teens in grades 6-12 are welcome to be on our team.
There are a limited number of spots left on the team. Please register at the Library Information Desk, online, or by phone at (203)265-6754.
Thursday, August 12th at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room
Professional genealogist Beth Mariotti will share her techniques for tracking down elusive family information and show you how to get started trackig down your ancestors. Her workbook, designed for you to use in your own research will be available for purchase at the conclusion of the program.
Please register in person, online, or by phone at (203)265-6754.
We are accepting donations of books and DVDs in good condition for the Book Seller, our used book store. You may drop them off at the Information Desk during regular business hours.
Friday, August 6th at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room
The film follows two friends, Joan Jett and Cherie Currie, as they rise from rebellious Southern California kids to rock stars of the now legendary group that paved the way for future generations of girl bands. Joan and Cherie fall under the Svengali-like influence of rock impresario Kim Fowley, who turns the group into an outrageous success and a family of misfits. With its tough-chick image and raw talent, the band quickly earns a name for itself—and so do its two leads. The film chronicles Joan and Cherie's tumultuous relationship on and off stage, as the band starts to break out. Rated R.
Tuesday, August 3rd at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room
Widely hailed by critics as 2009’s best film, Summer Hours is the great contemporary French filmmaker Olivier Assayas’s most personal film to date. Three siblings, played by Juliette Binoche, Charles Berling, and Jérémie Renier, must decide what to do with the country estate and objects they’ve inherited from their mother. From this simple story, Assayas creates a nuanced, exquisitely made drama about the material of globalized modern living. Naturalistic and unsentimental yet suffused with genuine warmth, this is that rare film that pays respect to family by treating it with honesty. Not Rated.
Discussion to follow movie. Refreshments will be served.