Minneapolis Central Library and Southdale Library are offering a revival of feature-length films for kids and grown-ups to enjoy together on the big screen, with many shows lined up for local schools’ Spring Break. All ages welcome at all films. Children under the age of 12 should be accompanied by an adult. Attendees can submit a drawing at each film to be included in the Childish Films Online Art Show.
Sat., Mar 19, 10:30 AM, Central Library: The Point (Ages 3+)
Sat., Mar 19, 2 PM, Central Library, Whale Rider (Ages 10+)
Tues., Mar 22, 11 AM, Central Library, My Neigbor Totoro (Ages 5+)
Tues., Mar 22, 2 PM, Central Library, The Secret of Roan Inish (Ages 5+)
Thurs., Mar 24, 11 AM, Central Library, The Gnome Mobile (Ages 5+)
Thurs., Mar 24, 2 PM, Central Library, 5000 Fingers of Dr. T (Ages 5+)
Sat., Mar 26, 11 AM, Southdale Library, The Iron Giant (Ages 6+)
Sat., Mar 26, 2 PM, Southdale Library, The Secret of Moonacre (Ages 8+)
Mon., Mar 28, 11 AM, Southdale Library, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (Ages 6+)
Mon., Mar 28, 2 PM, Southdale Library, Azur and Azmar (Ages 8+).
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