Popcorn for Life

. December 1, 2014.
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As the weather gets cold, Way Library invites visitors for film screenings that are a different kind of cool. Have some Reel Talk on Thursday, December 11, at 10am, after the screening of Champagne for Ceasar. The 1950 comedy centers around an unsuccessful genius using a game show to seek revenge on a business owner who previously rejected him. As a part of Reel Art@Way, Quartet will be screened at 7pm Friday, December 12. A comedy-drama from 2012, Quartet is based on a play about retired opera singers. Audiences may remember The Village Players performing the same play this past September.

Way Library, 101 E. Indiana Ave., Perrysburg. 419-874-3135. waylibrary.info Free

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