Frozen Movie Event

frozenposterThe Georgetown Library will be showing Frozen (PG) twice in April! The first screening is on April 16 at 2:30pm and is for teens only in grades 6 -12. The second screening is on April 25 at 2pm and all ages are welcome! Below is a summary of the movie:

Fearless optimist Anna sets off on an epic journey-teaming up with rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven-to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in eternal winter. Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom.

Comic Book Workshop

                  Avengers Assemble: Super Heroes as Modern Mythology

Presented by Dana Perkins, writer of The Mighty Thor saga (published by Marvel Comics)

Friday, March 7, 2:30 pm

ComicsJoin us at the library as we discuss the pop culture phenomenon known as Super Heroes, from their not-so humble beginnings in the Golden Age of comics, to the rise of Marvel in the Sixties, to their current incarnations today with a special emphasis on The Mighty Thor and The Avengers. Then, have fun creating your own characters and comic strip!

This program is for those in grades 5 and up. Registration is required.

Please call the library (978-352-5728) to sign up!

Thank you to the Friends for funding this program!

Family Movie Night @ the Library

Family Movie Night on Monday Oct 15th, Starts at 6pm

Come see “The Lorax” on the library’s big screen. Dr. Suess': The Lorax.

Monday October 15th starting at 6pm. No need to register just drop in for a great time. Children can bring pillows to lay down on the floor during the movie. Bring your own Popcorn if you would like a snack! This movie is rated G and is 77 minutes long. Parents or guardians should stay in the library in case of an emergency.

Family Movie Night @ the Library 6pm

Family Movie Nights @Wednesday August 8th, Starts at 6pm

Come see “Muppets from Space” on the library’s big screen. Muppets from Space

Wednesday August 8th starting at 6pm. No need to register just drop in for a great time. Children can bring pillows to lay down on the floor during the movie. Bring your own Popcorn if you would like a snack! This movie is rated G and is 88 minutes long. Parents or guardians should stay in the library in case of an emergency.

**The film that answers the immortal question: what species is Gonzo? Kermit the Frog’s curly-nosed friend feels alone in the world. When his breakfast cereal starts spelling out questions and he hears voices, Gonzo is convinced he must be from outer space, and his alien brothers are coming to earth.


**As described on amazon.com

Summer Reading Deadline

Kids, don’t forget to report all your summer reading hours by Tuesday, August 7 in order to receive a Topsfield Fair package.  You can report your hours online on your reading account, by phone, or in the library.

10 hours of reading earns a free book
20 hours of reading earns a free book and a Topsfield Fair Prize
30 hours of reading earns 2 free books and a Topsfield Fair Prize

Prizes will be available in the library August 14th through August 31st.

Family Movie Night @ the Library

Family Movie Nights @Wednesday August 1st, Starts at 6pm

Come see “Aladdin ” on the library’s big screen. Aladdin

Wednesday August 1st starting at 6pm. No need to register just drop in for a great time. Children can bring pillows to lay down on the floor during the movie. Bring your own Popcorn if you would like a snack! This movie is rated G and is 90 minutes long. Parents or guardians should stay in the library in case of an emergency.



Family Moive Night @ the Library

Wednesday July 18th, Starts at 6pm

Come see “Wall-E” on the library’s big screen. Wall-E

Wednesday July 18th starting at 6pm. No need to register just drop in for a great time. Children can bring pillows to lay down on the floor during the movie. Bring your own Popcorn if you would like a snack! This movie is rated G and is 98 minutes long. Parents or guardians should stay in the library in case of an emergency.