Gather in the Lenhardt Library, located in the Regenstein Center for a Library tour, hear a Gallery talk on the library exhibition,"Ex Libris: Bookplates Through the Ages." Then explore all that the Chicago Botanic Garden has to offer. This program is only available for Niles Public Library card holders.
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Senior Coffee Hour: John and Kathryn Atwood, the History Singers, will regale us with their lively performance of holiday songs of Old England.
Unwind in the relaxed, welcoming atmosphere of The Glenview House with a bite to eat and drink, good company, and a lively book discussion.
Henry V-1944, Not Rated, 137min.-Laurence Olivier produced, directed and starred in this adaption of one of Shakespeares most famous history plays, which received four Oscar nominations including Best Picture.
Charade-Directed by Stanley Donen, 1963, Not Rated, 113 min.- This campy and romantic Paris-set thriller, starring Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn, would make Hitchcock proud.
Witness for the Prosecution-Directed by Billy Wilder, 1957, Not Rated, 116 min.-Versatile director Wilder was harnessing Hitchcock as he made this legal stunner.
Gaslight-Directed by George Cukor, 1944, Not Rated, 114 min.
A taut thriller that has Hitchcocks influence all over it.
Psycho-1960, Rated R, 109 min.-This film's gritty look, shower scene and hair-raising surprises make this one movie many cannot watch on dark, lonely nights.
Dial M For Murder-1954, Rated PG, 105 min.-Mostly set in one room, this tightly-wound Hitchcock classic is known for introducing audiences to Hitchcocks icy blonde female.
Notorious-1946, Not Rated, 101 min.-Known for being both a classic romance and a classic spy thriller, this Cary Grant/Ingrid Bergman thriller is one of Hitchcocks most underrated gems!