Get in the holiday spirit at PPL by spending quality family time watching a free Christmas movie!
A family film is shown every Saturday at 1:00 p.m. in the Laramore Meeting Room. Please bring your own drinks and snacks. Children age 11 and under must have a caregiver age 18 or older remain with them throughout the film.
On Saturday, December 7th, PPL will show the 1989 Christmas classic “Prancer.” Young Jessica, who still believes in Santa, nurses an injured reindeer back to health believing that he is part of Santa’s flock. Her enthusiastic holiday spirit then inspires those around her, most importantly her disheartened father. “Prancer” is rated G and has a run time of one hour and forty-three minutes.
On Saturday, December 14th, PPL will show 2011’s animated hit “Arthur Christmas.” Santa’s clumsy son – Arthur – is on an urgent mission to deliver a very important package to a misplaced young girl before it’s too late! “Arthur Christmas” is rated PG for mild rude humor and has a run time of one hour and thirty-seven minutes.
Travel to the North Pole on Saturday, December 21st with our annual “Polar Express” party! Watch the 2004 mega-hit from the comfort of your very own train car and enjoy cookies and hot cocoa! Come dressed in your comfiest pajamas and take family photos with the PPL green screen featuring a special “Polar Express” background. A young boy boards a magical train headed to the North Pole on Christmas Eve and learns valuable life lessons about friendship, bravery, and the spirit of Christmas in the process! “Polar Express” is rated G and has a run time of one hour and forty minutes.
On Saturday, December 28th, PPL will be showing the classic holiday musical “Holiday Inn.” The 1952 Oscar winner for Best Song (Bing Crosby’s “White Christmas”) tells the story of a singer and a dancer who vie for the attention of an up-and-coming new performer, while staying at a hotel that is only open during the holidays. “Holiday Inn” is rated G and has a run time of one hour and forty minutes.
See you at the library!