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A young girl named Ida has never met her father but she knows he is a rodeo rider. She is at a rebellious age and soon goes searching for him. She finds more about herself along the way.

This Thursday, November 2 at 6 p.m. the Murphy Library is showing Cowgirls ‘N Angels, a movie for anyone who loves horseback riding, especially fathers and daughters. The film is rated PG and running time is 92 minutes. Bailee Madison and James Cromwell star.

Ida encounters the Sweethearts of the Rodeo, a group of all girl rodeo riders and after getting to know her skills, they eagerly invite her to join them.  Now she has a whole new family and who knows what the future will bring.

 

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Restaurant chef Davis Green discovers a cousin he did not know he had when she shows up at his home one day. He has trouble believing her until his grandfather tells Davis about Joshua, his other son, and then lapses into a coma. Ultimately Davis discovers more relatives and ends up learning a family secret no one ever mentioned.

The Murphy Library is screening the Film Movement drama that also has comedy, The Automatic Hate, at 6 p.m. Thursday.   Running time is 97 minutes and this film would not be appropriate for young people.

The Murphy Public Library is showing an emotional war film by award-winning director Ang Lee about a young soldier surviving an Iraq war battle and called a hero. But his flashbacks tell how difficult being a hero is.

The library is showing Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk this Thursday at 6 p.m.  The film is rated R and running time is 113 minutes.

 

Thursday at 6 p.m., the Murphy Public Library is showing Loving, the true story of Richard and Mildred Loving, a Virginia couple married in the late 1950’s, and later arrested for having an interracial marriage. They fight for their right to marry all the way to the Supreme Court. Running time 123 minutes. Rated PG-13.

Don’t miss Friends of Murphy Library’s Chili Lunch and Bake Sale coming Thursday, October 12 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. And bring your friends!

Retired librarian Jeff Murphy has NOT retired from cooking!  He is cooking his award-winning chili for this fundraiser, and the Friends are baking fresh artisan bread to go with it. Tickets are $7 at the door. Chili, bread, water and coffee are included. You can sit and eat or take your chili back to your desk!

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The Bake Sale will offer homemade cookies, cakes, bread and other delicacies. Donations of your favorite kitchen delights are appreciated. Bring them by the library Wednesday Oct 11 or Thursday morning, Oct 12.  Thank you!!!

 

Call 837-2417 for details and bring your bake sale items by Wednesday afternoon or early Thursday.

When fishermen on a Polynesian island can no longer catch fish and crops are not growing in the fields, the only daughter of the chief investigates. She realizes a demigod has stolen the heart of a goddess and that has affected the whole island. She sails over the ocean to convince him to give the heart back.

The Murphy Library is showing Moana, an animated adventure comedy with award-winning music this Thursday at 6 p.m. The film is rated PG and running time is 107 minutes. It received 16 awards and was nominated 81 times in festivals around the country.

One winner was Dwayne Johnson who voices the demigod, Maui. Another winner was Auli’i Cravalho, a 15-year-old actress from Hawaii who was the last one among hundreds who auditioned for the part.

The music and songs will make your day better, especially since Lin-Manuel Miranda composed and sings them. He is the leading actor and creative force behind “Hamilton” on Broadway and has a way with words and a beat that won’t let you down.


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