Here is a new idea for a French love story: tell it documentary style. The ones falling in love become the narrators in 2 Autums, 3 Winters, the next Murphy Library movie from Film Movement. The screening is Thursday at 6 p.m. Running time is 93 minutes and it has adult themes. In French with English subtitles.
Arman meets Amelie in the park – they run into each, literally, then smile, apologize and get back to running. But eye contact has been made and Arman keeps looking for her again. Separately, Arman’s best friend, Benjamin, has a terrible calamity and ends up in the hospital. And while he is there, he meets someone very special.
There are ups and downs including a tough climb up a mountain. But then, that is what love’s all about.
Posted October 20, 2014on:
The Murphy Library is showing a Film Movement selection, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow ? about a quiet optometrist who begins to question his marriage and his choice to live a straight lifestyle. Screening Thursday at 6 p.m. In Mandarin with English subtitles. Running time 106 minutes.
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Chili Lunch and Bake Sale Thursday from 11 to 1 at library along with Scholastic Book Sale and Cooking Supplies Sale
Posted October 12, 2014on:
Book lovers know that turning over the last page of a good novel means another mystery, history or blistery tome is waiting in the wings. It’s the same with chili. This Thursday the Murphy Library has a treat for the chili lovers who left the Cherokee County Chamber’s Chili Cook Off last Saturday with smiles on their faces.
Friends of Murphy Library are holding a Chili Lunch and Bake Sale this Thursday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Librarian Jeff Murphy is cooking his special chili, and the Friends are baking up fresh artisan bread to go with it. Tickets are $7 and may be purchased in advance. Water and coffee are included.
The Bake Sale will offer homemade cookies, cakes, bread and maybe a pie or two. The Scholastic Book Sale shelves are holding treasures throughout the library. The Cooking Supplies Sale can be found in the breezeway. Call 837-2417 for details and to donate to the bake sale.
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Want to learn a little Spanish? The next time it rains for days in Cherokee County, look out the window, sigh, and say “Tanta agua.” It translates as “so much water.” Tanta Agua is also the name of the next movie from Film Movement at the Murphy Library this Thursday at 6 p.m. The film is in Spanish with subtitles in English.
Even though this story takes place in Uruguay, there are lots to relate to, especially the teenage daughter when she rolls her eyes.
Alberto is a divorced father who doesn’t often see his children. He takes his 14-year-old daughter and ten-year-old son to a warm springs spa in northwest Uruguay for a few days and family time with them. Unfortunately, it begins to rain and doesn’t stop…for days. In other words, you guessed it, “tanta agua.” Ever been on a trip like that? What is a teenager to do but create a few diversions for herself.
Do not come to the next Murphy Library movie if you don’t like sweets! Jenna, the main character works in a diner, and besides waiting on tables, she is the official pie baker. The Murphy Library is showing Waitress, a film filled with laughter and tears this Thursday at 6 p.m. It is rated PG-13 and running time is 108 minutes. Read the rest of this entry »
Challenge Words for Cherokee County, NC Schools Spelling Bee 2014-2015 (After you master the Spelling Bee Study Words!)
Posted September 29, 2014on:
Spelling Bee Challenge Words
Here are the Spelling Bee Challenge Words for the 2014-2015 Spelling Bee taking place on November 20, 2014 at Martins Creek School.
Study these after you have mastered the Spelling Bee Study Words (See separate list of Spelling Bee Study Words 2014-2015).
The Spelling Bee will focus on the Spelling Bee Study Words but also may include words from the Challenge Words and from the Merrriam Webster Dictionary Read the rest of this entry »
Remember when you were a kid and wanted something desperately? The next movie at the Murphy Library reminds you of that feeling. It also reminds you how good chocolate tastes and how much fun singing and dancing can be, especially to the music of “Candy Man.”
The library is showing Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, a 43-year old film that never gets old, this Thursday at 6 p.m. Gene Wilder stars in this story by Roald Dahl. It is rated G and running time is 100 minutes.
After you take your kids to see this film, don’t miss coming to the library on Saturday at 10 a.m. for Youth Services Librarian Bridget Wilson’s celebration of the Candy Land game. Only this time everyone plays a life size version.
Call the library at 837-2417.