When the weekend weather forcast is like this weekend's — cold, rainy, and dreary — Families start looking for something to do inside. Have a movie marathon! Pop some popcorn, blend up some milkshakes, and pick up some movies from Canton Public Library. Here are a few themes to get you started:
That movie that you loved as a kid that you can't find anywhere? We may have it here.
The parent trap [videodisc] by Walt Disney Productions
The great race [videodisc] by Warner Bros. and Patricia- Jalem-Reynard Co.
Uh, the Tigers are the AL Central Division Champs! Celebrate with some baseball themed movies:
The Sandlot [videodisc] by Twentieth Century Fox in association with Island World
Rookie of the year [videodisc] by Twentieth Century Fox
Angels in the outfield [videodisc] by Walt Disney Pictures
The Muppets return to the big screen in November. Get reacquainted with Kermit and friends by watching some of their many films.
The Muppet movie [videodisc] by Henson Associates; Incorporated Television Company
The Muppet Christmas carol [videodisc] by Walt Disney Pictures presents, from Jim Henson Productions a Brian Henson film
The great Muppet caper [videodisc] by Henson Associates; Incorporated Television Company; Universal Pictures
October 4, 4:00-5:30 PM
A talk with author Merrie Haskell Fuller
The princess curse by Merrie Haskell — Twelve princesses suffer from a puzzling—and downright silly—curse. Ridiculous though the curse may be, whoever breaks it will win a handsome reward. Sharp-witted Reveka, an herbalist’s apprentice, has little use for princesses, with their snooty attitudes and impractical clothing. She does, however, have use for the reward money that could buy her a position as a master herbalist.
Register for our Pretzel People Party!
Create a pretzel person with a variety of pretzel shapes. Play a pretzel game, learn some fun facts about pretzels in other countries and party down with pretzel people!
Monday, October 3 at 7:00 PM
For third-sixth graders.
Saturdays, October 1 and October 8, 9:30 AM-12:30 PM
The 2012 program will run from Memorial Day until Labor Day.