Saturday, May 28, 2016


With a list like this there just has to be something to peak your interest in November at the Astoria Public Library.  Programs for the month launch tonight with the showing of the film "Reel Injun", an insightful and entertaining documentry that chronicles the Hollywood Indian in cinema.  Created by Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond "Reel Injun" explores the portrayal of North American Natives through the history of cinema.  Admission is free and the show starts Friday night at 6pm.  There's more.

 

 

The library programs special events throughout the month like book discussion groups, writers groups and special reading time for toddlers and pre-schoolers.  There is a trivia night that will challenge participants knowledge to not just win a prize, but the glory that comes with a trivia victory.  The Astoria Library is also featuring a Family Film Saturday on November 23 at 2pm.  This month the Library will be screening the animated family favorite 'Ice Age".  For complete list of events, days and times follow this link

 

 KAST Morning Blast

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