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Family Movie Matinee at Morgan Hill Library

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Morgan Hill Library
Join us for a family friendly feature film on the big screen every month.
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Local Housing Crisis Update and Film Showing HOTEL 22 at Los Altos Library

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Los Altos Library
In conjunction with the exhibit* Women's Power to Stop War: Celebrating 101 Years of Peacemaking. By the Peninsula Branch of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF).

Local housing crisis update and film showing: Elizabeth Lo's HOTEL 22, with speakers Anthony King (San Jose Affordable Housing Network) and Chuck Jagoda (Stop the Ban, WILPF, and Homeless Advocate.)  Find out how we can enact housing reform, about immediate shelter resources, the issues around homelessness, how you can help, and more.

*The exhibit is at the Los Altos Library August 1 through August 31. 

Related events on August 15 (film showing and discussion of LISTEN TO WOMEN FOR A CHANGE: WOMEN'S ROLE IN THE PEACE MOVEMENT) and August 22 (film showing and discussion of Naomi Klein's THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING a film about climate change. See  each event's calendar entry for more information.


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Keep Watching the Skies: Science Fiction Film Series at Cupertino Library

1:15 PM - 4:00 PM
Keep Watching Skies graphic
Cupertino Library

Host: Mark Larson
Thursday Afternoons, September 8--October 27, 2016

We blast off to the outer limits of the cinematic universe in this special series of motion pictures brought to you by the
Cupertino Library Foundation and Blue Light Cinema! Please join us for a wild cinematic voyage through the endlessly fascinating worlds of the Science Fiction film. You are invited to watch the films as they were meant to be seen - blazing across the big screen - and later
explore and discuss the films in a lively post-show discussion led by filmmaker and historian Mark Larson.

All films shown at 1:15 pm at the Cupertino Bluelight Cinema5
21275 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014  Registration is free; seats are limited. Please register at www.cupertinolibraryfoundation.org 

 The Films:

A Trip to the Moon (1903) and more Georges Méliès Films
Thursday, September 8, 1:15pm.


The Invisible Man (1933)Director: James Whale Starring: Claude Rains,
Gloria Stuart & William Harrigan Thursday, September 15, 1:15pm

The Thing (1951) Directors: Christian Nyby & Howard Hawks Starring: Kenneth Tobey, Margaret Sheridan & James Arness Thursday, September 22, 1:15 pm

Five Million Years to Earth (1967) Director: Roy Ward Baker
Starring: James Donald, Andrew Keir & Barbara Shelley
Thursday, September 29, 1:15 pm

Soylent Green (1973) Director: Richard Fleischer Starring: Charlton
Heston, Edward G. Robinson & Leigh Taylor-Young Thursday, October 6, 1:15 pm

Them! (1954)Director: Gordon Douglas Starring: James Whitmore, Edmund Gwenn & Joan Weldon Thursday October 13, 1:15 pm

Two Star Trek Episodes
(1969 and 1989)  Thursday, October 20, 1:15 pm

Forbidden Planet (1956) Director: Fred M. Wilcox Starring: Walter
Pigeon, Ann Francis & Leslie Nielson Thursday, October 27, 1:15 pm

















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Sensory Friendly Movie Time @ Milpitas Library

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Milpitas Library

The Sensory Friendly Movie Screening is a movie showing for Guests & Families living with Autism or other special needs.

The Sensory Friendly Screening will have lights turned up, sound turned down, and attendees will be invited to get up, dance, walk, or shout! Children of all abilities are invited to attend!  The movie screening will be in the Auditorium and is free

The movie being screened is a feature-length animated movie. A deformed bell-ringer must assert his independence from a vicious government minister in order to help his friend, a gypsy dancer.

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Keep Watching the Skies: Science Fiction Film Series at Cupertino Library

1:15 PM - 4:00 PM
Keep Watching Skies graphic
Cupertino Library

Host: Mark Larson
Thursday Afternoons, September 8--October 27, 2016

We blast off to the outer limits of the cinematic universe in this special series of motion pictures brought to you by the
Cupertino Library Foundation and Blue Light Cinema! Please join us for a wild cinematic voyage through the endlessly fascinating worlds of the Science Fiction film. You are invited to watch the films as they were meant to be seen - blazing across the big screen - and later
explore and discuss the films in a lively post-show discussion led by filmmaker and historian Mark Larson.

All films shown at 1:15 pm at the Cupertino Bluelight Cinema5
21275 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014  Registration is free; seats are limited. Please register at www.cupertinolibraryfoundation.org 

 The Films:

A Trip to the Moon (1903) and more Georges Méliès Films
Thursday, September 8, 1:15pm.


The Invisible Man (1933)Director: James Whale Starring: Claude Rains,
Gloria Stuart & William Harrigan Thursday, September 15, 1:15pm

The Thing (1951) Directors: Christian Nyby & Howard Hawks Starring: Kenneth Tobey, Margaret Sheridan & James Arness Thursday, September 22, 1:15 pm

Five Million Years to Earth (1967) Director: Roy Ward Baker
Starring: James Donald, Andrew Keir & Barbara Shelley
Thursday, September 29, 1:15 pm

Soylent Green (1973) Director: Richard Fleischer Starring: Charlton
Heston, Edward G. Robinson & Leigh Taylor-Young Thursday, October 6, 1:15 pm

Them! (1954)Director: Gordon Douglas Starring: James Whitmore, Edmund Gwenn & Joan Weldon Thursday October 13, 1:15 pm

Two Star Trek Episodes
(1969 and 1989)  Thursday, October 20, 1:15 pm

Forbidden Planet (1956) Director: Fred M. Wilcox Starring: Walter
Pigeon, Ann Francis & Leslie Nielson Thursday, October 27, 1:15 pm

















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Saturday Teen Movies at Morgan Hill Library

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Morgan Hill Library
Come check out a new release movie at the library! These movies are geared for teens. Many are rated PG-13 and appropriate for teens ages 13 and up, parental guidance is suggested for ages under 13.
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Keep Watching the Skies: Science Fiction Film Series at Cupertino Library

1:15 PM - 4:00 PM
Keep Watching Skies graphic
Cupertino Library

Host: Mark Larson
Thursday Afternoons, September 8--October 27, 2016

We blast off to the outer limits of the cinematic universe in this special series of motion pictures brought to you by the
Cupertino Library Foundation and Blue Light Cinema! Please join us for a wild cinematic voyage through the endlessly fascinating worlds of the Science Fiction film. You are invited to watch the films as they were meant to be seen - blazing across the big screen - and later
explore and discuss the films in a lively post-show discussion led by filmmaker and historian Mark Larson.

All films shown at 1:15 pm at the Cupertino Bluelight Cinema5
21275 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014  Registration is free; seats are limited. Please register at www.cupertinolibraryfoundation.org 

 The Films:

A Trip to the Moon (1903) and more Georges Méliès Films
Thursday, September 8, 1:15pm.


The Invisible Man (1933)Director: James Whale Starring: Claude Rains,
Gloria Stuart & William Harrigan Thursday, September 15, 1:15pm

The Thing (1951) Directors: Christian Nyby & Howard Hawks Starring: Kenneth Tobey, Margaret Sheridan & James Arness Thursday, September 22, 1:15 pm

Five Million Years to Earth (1967) Director: Roy Ward Baker
Starring: James Donald, Andrew Keir & Barbara Shelley
Thursday, September 29, 1:15 pm

Soylent Green (1973) Director: Richard Fleischer Starring: Charlton
Heston, Edward G. Robinson & Leigh Taylor-Young Thursday, October 6, 1:15 pm

Them! (1954)Director: Gordon Douglas Starring: James Whitmore, Edmund Gwenn & Joan Weldon Thursday October 13, 1:15 pm

Two Star Trek Episodes
(1969 and 1989)  Thursday, October 20, 1:15 pm

Forbidden Planet (1956) Director: Fred M. Wilcox Starring: Walter
Pigeon, Ann Francis & Leslie Nielson Thursday, October 27, 1:15 pm

















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Family Movie Matinee at Morgan Hill Library

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Morgan Hill Library
Join us for a family friendly feature film on the big screen every month.
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