Sunday, November 16, 2014

This week at the library...

TUESDAY
Buena Vista branch (storytime room), 7:00 p.m.

6+7 BOOK CLUB
(This club is for enrolled teens only.)

We will discuss Uglies, by Scott Westerfeld, and receive House of Secrets, by Chris Columbus and Ned Vizzini.







WEDNESDAY
Buena Vista branch (storytime room), 7:00 p.m.

8+9 BOOK CLUB
(This club is for enrolled teens only.)

We will discuss The Naturals, by Jennifer Lynn Barnes, and receive Unspoken, by Sarah Rees Brennan.






And also that same night...

Buena Vista branch (auditorium), 7:00 p.m.

Burbank Public Library and Shakespeare at Play present...

A Staged Reading of
OUR TOWN
by Thornton Wilder














THURSDAY
Buena Vista branch, 7:00 p.m.

A special screening of the documentary...
THROWN FOR A LOSS

In November of 1963, a youth football team from Northern California has a once in a lifetime opportunity to meet the President of the United States, but due to the tragic assassination on November 22nd, the entire team instead attends President Kennedy’s funeral instead. The film is based on the true story of the 1963 Pop Warner Champions, the Pittsburgh Mallards.

Producer/director John Chavez will discuss the making of the film.



That same evening, over at the Central Library, 7:00 p.m....

Burbank Public Library presents a free seminar...


BUILDING YOUR INVESTMENT INCOME FOUNDATION
with financial advisor Janelle Samples of Edward Jones.

Learn about:
  • the three types of income: variable, reliable, and rising
  • why an income stream is important
  • how to use the different types of income to build a sustainable and predictable income stream

FRIDAY
Buena Vista branch, in the park!

THE PRINCESS BRIDE
98 minutes / PG
Don't miss an all-ages after-hours screening of the '80s classic!
See THE PRINCESS BRIDE in the PARK at Buena Vista Library on FRIDAY, NOV. 21. Enjoy the movie under the stars, starting at 6:30 p.m.! Bring a sweater, a picnic, and a blanket!

In the event of inclement weather (inconceivable!), the movie will be shown indoors.

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