We’re celebrating the dog days of Summer in July with some dog-themed film screenings on Monday and Friday evenings. Come enjoy the following:
July 1, Friday: Lady and the Tramp (G, 1955)
Disney’s animated classic romantic tale of a sheltered uptown cocker spaniel dog and a streetwise downtown mutt.
July 4, Monday: LIBRARY CLOSED for Independence Day
July 8, Friday: Eight Below (PG, 2006)
Brutal cold forces two Antarctic explorers to leave their team of sled dogs behind as they fend for their survival.
July 11, Monday: Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey (G, 1993)
Three pets are left behind when their family goes on vacation. Unsure of what happened, the animals set out on a quest to find their family across America’s vast wilderness.
July 15, Friday: Best in Show (PG-13, 2000)
The owners (and handlers) of five show dogs head for the Mayflower Kennel Club Dog Show. A (mock) documentary film crew interviews them as they prepare for the trip, arrive at Philly’s Taft Hotel, and compete.
July 18, Monday: The Adventures of Milo and Otis (G, 1986)
The adventures of a young cat and a dog as they find themselves accidentally separated and each swept into a hazardous trek.
July 22, Friday: White Fang (PG, 1991)
Jack London’s classic adventure story about the friendship developed between a Yukon gold hunter and the mixed dog-wolf he rescues from a man who mistreats him.
July 25, Monday: LIBRARY CLOSED for Pioneer Day
July 29, Friday: My Dog Skip (PG, 1999)
A shy boy is unable to make friends in Yazoo City, Mississippi in 1942, until his parents give him a terrier puppy for his ninth birthday. The dog, which he names Skip, becomes well known and loved throughout the community.