Each month, we will be showing an Academy Award winning film from a different decade.
"The brainchild of Louis B. Mayer, head of the powerful MGM film studio, the Academy was organized in May 1927 as a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement and improvement of the film industry. Its first president and the host of the May 1929 ceremony was the actor Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. Unlike today, the winners of the first Oscars–as the coveted gold-plated statuettes later became known–were announced before the awards ceremony itself.
Dads and kiddos join us in the library after closing. We will be shutting off the lights and having a NERF battle. Bring your NERF gun if you have one. A few will be available at the event. Library will supply regular foam darts, safety glasses and refreshments. Please no mega or rival darts.
**Parent/Guardian signed waiver required to participate. Minors must be accompanied by father figure.**