“March” your way to the library, and enjoy a free movie each Saturday at PPL!
All movies begin at 1:00 p.m. in Laramore A. Attendees are welcome to bring their 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, March 7th, PPL will show “Duck Tales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp.” Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie take an adventure to Egypt in search of the lost treasure of Collie Baba. When the boys discover a magic lamp and unleash a wish granting genie, the group soon finds themselves being hunted by a sinister sorcerer named Murdock who wants the treasure and magic lamp for himself! “Duck Tales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp” is rated G and has a runtime of one hour and fourteen minutes.
On Saturday, March 14th, PPL will show “The Secret of N.I.M.H.” A timid field mouse named Mrs. Brisby needs to move her family to a safe location before the farmer plows the field where they currently live. Unfortunately, her son Timmy is ill, and cannot go outside. For help, she enlists the aid of highly intelligent escaped lab rats that live in a nearby rose bush. The rats are led by Nicodemus, and decide to help her move in an effort to repay her late husband, who helped the rats escape from the N.I.M.H. laboratory that made them as smart as they are. “The Secret of N.I.M.H.” is rated G and has a runtime of one hour and twenty two minutes.
On Saturday, March 21st, PPL will show the 1982 beloved musical classic “Annie.” The evil Miss Hannigan (Carol Burnett) runs a decrepit orphanage where young orphan Annie lives. When Annie is specially selected to spend time living with a wealthy industrialist named Daddy Warbucks (Albert Finney), she quickly wins over the household staff and even Daddy Warbucks himself. When Warbucks offers to find her long-lost parents by providing a cash reward, Miss Hannigan and her equally evil brother Rooster (Tim Curry) decide to impersonate Annie’s parents in an attempt to get the money for themselves. “Annie” is rated PG and has a runtime of two hours and seven minutes.
On Saturday, March 28th, PPL will show “An American Tail.” Fievel is a mouse who immigrated to America from Russia, and becomes separated from his parents in the process. Alone in an unfamiliar new world, he searches for his lost parents and makes new friends while dodging cats and just trying to survive! “An American Tail” is rated G and has a runtime of one hour and twenty minutes.
See you at the library!