The Peter White Public Library Keeps The Good Times Rolling

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Genealogy Workshops at the Peter White Public Library in Marquette

Genealogy Workshops Schedule at the Peter White Public Library in Marquette

Marquette, MI  –  September 12, 2015  –  Though we have reached the midpoint of the week, the Peter White Public Library is still pumping out plenty of entertainment through Friday. The 8th Day host Todd Paz talked to returning visitor, Margret Boyle about the weekly schedule.

Ms. Boyle told us this week is packed with movies and music starting with the 1955 classic, “Oklahoma’ on Monday, September 14th. Earlier in the week the library also held showings of “Woman in Gold”, “You’re Not You”, and The Central Park Five.

If you are looking for something to do during the weekday, Peter White still has some good options to come. Thursday, September 17, 2015 the library is hosting a Genealogy Beginner Workshop. As the first session of a three part fall genealogy series, you can learn how to make a family tree, find the best sources for genealogical information, and collect and organize family facts. If you are interested piecing together history on your own family, register at     the reference desk: (906) 226-4312. The workshop will be at 3:00 PM in the Shiras Room on the upper level.

A Few Good Men hits the screens at the Peter White Public Library

A Few Good Men hits the screens at the Peter White Public Library

Following the workshop, you can catch a 6:30 PM showing of “A Few Good Men”. This 1992 drama/thriller was directed by Rob Reiner and includes many well known actors such as, Tom Cruise, Jack Nicholson and Kevin Bacon. Catch this legal drama about the court-marital of  two Marines charged with the murder of a fellow Marine. The movie will be played in the Community Room on the  lower level.

Wrapping up the week, Peter White Public Library will be bringing you a very dynamic CineArts Film based on a true story. “Pride” is a comedy drama where UK gay activists work to help miners during their lengthy strike of the National Union of Mineworkers in the summer of 1984. As the strike drags on in the film, the two groups discover they can stand together to create the strongest union of them all. “Pride” will be showing at 7:00 PM in the Community Room.CineArts Film- Pride - comes to the Peter White Public Library





Check out the full interview with Todd Paz and Margret Boyle from this weeks 8th Day show.

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