Local songwriters meet to discuss their craft and share their music. Acoustic instruments are welcome. This meeting also includes viewing a 30-minute episode from "Songwriter: Season One" featuring solo artist, songwriters and bands exploring the creative process.
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Delivery Man, Rated PG-13, 105 min. - The story of underachiever David, whose ordinary life gets twisted in a knot when he finds out that he has fathered 533 children via sperm donations he made twenty years earlier.
Librarian Neil OShea introduces an essential resourceAncestry.com (library edition) available in the Library and Heritage Quest available at home to Niles library cardholders.
In observance of the 70th anniversary of the heroic 63-day Warsaw Uprising during World War II, the library screens the 1957 award-winning Polish film, directed by Andrzej Wajda and shown with English subtitles. Niles high school teacher Tom Rajewski Herman introduces the film and leads the post-film discussion.
This 4 week training session meets Tuesday mornings in July. Learn to use the mouse, keyboard, search the internet, and begin using email. Registering for the July 8th session reserves your seat for all 4 Tuesdays. There is no individual session registration.
Learn how to use the camera's settings and controls. You'll learn about apps for editing, stylizing, and posting your photos. Please bring your fully charged smartphone. George LeClaire, Daily Herald photographer, is the instructor.
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.
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.
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.