Take part in programs celebrating Black History Month throughout February.
Black History Month Film series:
- Feb. 2, 2:00pm: Remember the Titans (PG, 114min)
- Feb. 4, 6:30pm: To Kill a Mockingbird (NR, 129 min)
- Feb. 5, 6:30pm: Dreamgirls (PG13, 129min)
- Feb. 6, 6:30pm: 42 (PG13, 128min)
- Feb. 8, 2:30pm: Queen of Katwe (PG, 124min)
- Feb. 9, 2:00pm: The Wiz (G, 133 min)
- Feb. 11, 6:30pm: Hidden Figures (PG, 127min)
- Feb. 13, 6:30pm: Selma (PG13, 128min)
- Feb. 16, 2:00pm: Ruby Bridges (NR, 120min)
- Feb. 18, 6:30pm: Red Tails (PG13, 124min)
- Feb. 19, 6:30pm: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse (PG, 117min)
- Feb. 20, 2:00pm: A Wrinkle in Time (PG, 109min)
- Feb. 20, 6:30pm: Race (PG13, 134min)
- Feb. 22, 2:00pm: Selma, Lord, Selma (NR, 120min)
- Feb. 23, 2:00pm: The Princess and the Frog (G, 97min)
- Feb. 25, 6:30pm: The Hate U Give (PG13, 132min)
- Feb. 26, 6:30pm: Akeelah and the Bee (PG, 112min)
- Feb. 27, 6:30pm: Black Panther (PG13, 135min)
Feb. 5, 7:00pm. Ages 3-5, families.
Listen to stories and take part in a craft project.
Feb. 19, 7:00pm. Ages 3-5, families.
Listen to a Liberian folktale about a resourceful mother hen, “Mrs Chicken and the Hungry Crocodile,” followed by a craft and snack.
Storytime: Catching the Moon – The Story of a Young Girl's Baseball Dream.
Feb. 22, 3:00pm. Grades 1-6.
Catching the Moon: The Story of a Young Girl's Baseball Dream. Hear the story of Toni Stone, one of the first women to play professional baseball, as well as books with similar themes. Afterwards families can create a collage celebrating Black History Month and their dreams for the future.
Storytime: Looking at the Stars
Feb. 29, 3:00pm. Grades K-2. families
A story of Mae Jemison, the first African American woman in space followed by a craft.