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March Movies!

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With the weather in March so unpredictable, it is nice to have a few indoor activities ready to go for unexpectedly cold or windy days. While we always love to suggest a good book to read, sometimes it is more fun to watch a movie.

Henrico County Public Library offers a great selection of movies, television shows, and documentaries to check out on DVD or to stream through our Hoopla Digital collection. These are perfect for spending a night in with some fancy gourmet popcorn or homemade pizza.

For an extra special treat, come to one of our free film screenings! Our libraries show a variety of screenings throughout the year, and this month we are showing some classic and thought-provoking films.

League of Misbehaving Women: Pam Grier
North Park Library
March 9: Coffy (1973, R, 91 min.) at 1:00 pm; Friday Foster (1975, R, 90 min.) at 3:30 pm
March 23: Foxy Brown (1974, R, 92 min.) at 1:00 pm; Jackie Brown (1997, R, 154 min.) at 3:30 pm
Wham! Bam! Here comes Pam! Join us to celebrate the career of film icon Pam Grier, with movie screenings, trivia, prizes and more.

Technicolor Tuesdays
Libbie Mill Library
March 12 at 2:00 pm
Singin' in the Rain: A 1920's silent-film star falls for a spunky chorus girl, much to the dismay of his diva-ish leading lady, in this light-hearted musical spoof set during the early days of Hollywood. Directed by Stanley Donen and Gene Kelly. Starring Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds, and Jean Hagen. (1952, G, 103 minutes)

Family Movie
North Park Library
March 23 at 10:30 am
Peter Rabbit: Naughty Peter causes chaos for Farmer McGregor. James Corden is the voice of Peter. (2018, PG, 100 min.) Suggested for ages 7 and up.

Great Films & Discussions
Gayton Library
March 25 at 6:30
Join us as we view and discuss popular films and occasional DVD commentaries. This month we will be showing Oscar winner, Green Book (2018, PG-13, 130 min.)

Spare Parts
Twin Hickory Library
March 30 at 1:30 pm
Watch Spare Parts with us! Celebrate the start of Spring Break with an inspirational story about a group of Latino high school students from Arizona who compete in a NASA underwater robotics competition. This movie stars George Lopez, Jaime Lee Curtis, and Marisa Tomei, and is based on a true event. Check out some books about robotics after the movie! Snacks will be provided. (2015, PG-13, 115 min.)

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