Afternoon at the Movies
Date and time
Burlington Public Library - Central
2331 New Street
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible, has gender-neutral washrooms, and offers closed captioning or subtitles.
All movies are shown in Centennial Hall. Bring a friend or come by yourself for an enjoyable afternoon watching a great film on the big screen. No need to register, but please plan to arrive 15 minutes before showtime.
About the Movie
During World War II, a reclusive writer Alice (Gemma Arterton), living in a seaside cottage in Kent, opens her heart to Frank (Lucas Bond), an adorable child evacuee, after initially resolving to be rid of him. A moving journey of womanhood, love and friendship. (2020, 1hr 39min)
If you need an accessibility accommodation during this program, please contact us a few days before your visit at [email protected] or 905.639.3611 extension 1211.
- Program info attend.bpl.on.ca
Burlington Public Library
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The Library belongs to everyone in the community and is free to join if you live, work, or go to school in Burlington.
There are seven library branches citywide: six full-service branches (Aldershot, Alton, Brant Hills, Central, New Appleby, Tansley Woods) and a small lending collection in the rural hamlet of Kilbride. Library service began in Burlington in January 1872.
Central Branch is the largest location and houses historical and special collections, a community makerspace, and a computer lab.
We look forward to welcoming you to Burlington Public Library during Culture Days.
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