An enormous great white shark terrorizes a summer resort town, where a police chief, a fisherman and a marine biologist realize they're "gonna need a bigger boat" to battle the bloodthirsty beast. Rated PG. Runtime 124 minutes. Enjoy light refreshments courtesy of the Library.
People with Parkinson’s Disease, Caregivers, and family members are all invited to attend. This is a forum to share experiences and learn from one another. Facilitated by James Demicco, retired primary care M.D. with a special interest in Parkinson’s Disease and related disorders.
Setting his sights on the magical kingdom of Holly-wood, a young man mi-grates to Los Angeles in the 1930s and is swiftly drawn into the so-cial whirlpool of the young and beautiful -- all pursuing their own visions of suc-cess. Starring Jesse Eisenberg and Steve Carell. 2016. PG-13. 126 mins.
The Presti Group, an independent real estate agency in Newtonville, will be providing free popcorn to movie-goers. The company’s motto is, “We go the Extra Block.”
Want to learn how to save a life? Come learn the lifesaving skills of adult/child/infant hands-only CPR and AED and how to help a choking adult/child/infant. Please note that this program is non-credentialed - no course card will be awarded upon completion. Taught by the City’s Public Health Nurse. Class is limited to 10 people; first-come, first-served. Register with the Front Desk at 617-796-1660. Free.
Join Gene Fax for a talk on the effects of World War I on the American Jewish community as described in his book "With Their Bare Hands: General Pershing the 79th Division, and the Battle for Montfaucon". Beginning with the mass influx of Jews in the late 1800s through their service as soldiers in France and their experiences after the war, he will describe the Jews’ transformation from “immigrants” to “Americans” in their own eyes and those of their non-Jewish neighbors. [...]