July Film Screenings: Jurassic July


Friday, July 3: Library Closed for Independence Day

Monday, July 6: The Land Before Time (G, 1988)
A young brontosaurus named Littlefoot teams up with other young dinosaurs in order to reunite with their families in the legendary Great Valley.

Friday, July 10: Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend (PG, 1985)
A paleontologist and her husband discover a mother and baby brontosaurus in Africa and soon find themselves under attack from a group of hunters intent on capturing the dinosaurs.

Monday, July 13: Walking with Dinosaurs (PG, 2013)
See and feel what it was like when dinosaurs ruled the Earth, in a story where an underdog dino triumphs to become a hero for the ages.

Special Film Screening: Friday, July 17: To Kill a Mockingbird (NR, 1962)
In commemoration of 55 years since the publication of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, join us for the classic award-winning adaptation. In a racially divided Alabama town in the 1930s, young Scout Finch, her brother Jem, and their friend Dill spy on their mysterious neighbor. Meanwhile, Atticus, their father and a respected lawyer, defends a black man accused of raping a white woman.

Monday, July 20: One Million Years B.C. (NR, 1966)
Cave people face the harsh prehistoric world, battling a host of natural disasters and monstrous creatures in this original dinosaur movie.

Friday, July 24: Library Closed for Pioneer Day

Monday, July 27: Dinosaur (2000, PG)
An orphaned dinosaur raised by lemurs joins an arduous trek to a sanctuary after a meteorite shower destroys his family home.

Friday, July 31: Jurassic Park (1993, PG-13)
A wealthy entrepreneur invites a top paleontologist, a paleobotanist, a mathematician/theorist, and his two eager grandchildren to visit his secret island theme park featuring living dinosaurs.


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