SINGO with Jim the DJ Guy on Monday, October 3 from 1:00 pm—2:30 pm. Singo is rock and roll bingo with the numbers replaced with your favorite songs. Test your musical knowledge and luck. Win some prizes! The Singo Categories are: Early Rock, Disco, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, Motown/Soul, TV Themes, Top 40, One Hit Wonders and more! Sign up in advance at the front desk or by calling 781-834-5581. Suggested donation at the door $2.00
ART OF FILM CLASS presents "Grease" on Thursday, October 13 at 12:30 pm. Because of what recently befell Olivia Newton-John, revisiting “Grease” is a tribute to her wonderful performances. “Grease” 1978 won the People’s Choice Awards in 1979 for BEST PICTURE. It is the film version of what was originally a Broadway musical, and although it developed movie stuff (like car races), one can experience something of a live show. A thankfully PG film, made in 1978 by Robert Stigwood, “Grease” is “one of the last of the big movie musicals. It succeeds in spite of itself, with singers who can’t act, actors who can’t sing, and a plot so corny it should have a husk! But this tale of true love and teen angst circa 1955 is sure to leave one’s toes a –tapping, thanks to a dynamite soundtrack of golden oldies.” (David Abolafia) The cast stars the very young John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John, Stockard Channing…and also appearances by a variety of old pros including Eve Arden, Frankie Avalon, and—would you believe it—Sid Caesar! You are invited to watch, sing-a-long, and/or tap your way through this picture.
STORIES FROM BILL SELVITELLE on Friday, October 14 at 1:00 pm. Come hear stories from Bill Selvitelle. Spend an hour and hear him share humorous stories of coming of age into the age of the ”Grey Gang"! Bill will talk about the highs and lows of becoming older and the struggles we all face. A fun time with lots of laughs. Register by calling 781-834-5581.
MUSICAL MONDAY WITH JACK CRAIG PRESENTS “Great Songwritter - Jule Styne” on Monday, October 17 at 1:00 pm. Jule Styne’s musical career is quite amazing in scope and includes the following pieces: classical piano, swing band work, vocal coaching for stars like Alice Faye and Shirley Temple, songs for Frank Sinatra, work for Broadway with Comden and Green, and Academy Award song writing. His song list reads like the history of American popular music. ‘People’ who come ‘Just in Time’ for this program will think ‘I’ve Heard That Song Before’ even though ‘It’s Been a Long, Long, Time’. ‘Let Jule Styne Entertain You’! $2 suggested donation at the door.
DISCOVER THE FORBIDDEN CITY OF CHINA on Thursday, October 27 at 10:00 am. Join Beeyonder as Zoom together for a live visit to China. The Forbidden City is recognized as a symbol of the traditional culture of the Chinese nation, it is also known as the Palace Museum, which was established in 1925. Today, with annual visitors numbering 17 million, the Forbidden City ranks first among all museums and world cultural heritages in the world. The palace was "forbidden" in the sense that, aside from members of the imperial household, no one could enter it without the Emperor's permission. Register in advance at the front desk. Limit of 20
LET’S GO TO THE MOVIES!
NEW 2 showings 10 am & 12:30 pm
“Roadrunner: A film about Anthony Bourdain” (2021 1h 58m)on Thursday, October 6. Anthony Bourdain was a culinary and cultural force to be reckoned with, as chronicled in this insightful documentary….
“Words on Bathroom Walls” (2020 1h 50m)on Wednesday, October 19. Adam is a witty, introspective teen pursuing his dream of becoming a chef when he is diagnosed with a mental illness...
“The War with Grandpa” (2020 1h 34m) on Friday, October 28. When 6th grader Peter is forced to give up his bedroom to his grandfather, he devises a series of pranks to drive out the interloper, but Grandpa Ed won't go without a fight…
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