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Date:
December 8, 2018
Time:
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Time Details:
This movie and speaker series is planned for the second Saturday of each month at 1:00 p.m. Common Sense Media's expert review suggests that Twister is appropriate for ages 14 and up. There's some adult language and plot elements around divorce and remarriage, lots of cursing, and lots of nature's violence. The film is nearly two hours long and was made in 1996.
Location:
Eureka Main Library, Large Meeting Room (to your left as you enter the lobby)
Address:
1313 3rd Street
Eureka, CA 95501
Contact:
707-269-1905
Cost:
Free! Sponsored by the Friends of the Redwood Libraries.
ADA:
Yes
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1:00 p.m. Eureka Library, Dumb Movies with Smart People, Twister! with Ryan Alward.

Saturday, December 8, 2018

The first film in this monthly series is Twister, a disaster adventure film about scientists chasing tornadoes to create a better storm warning system. After the film, stay for a Q&A with local Warning Coordinating Meteorologist, Ryan Alward. Ryan will answer all of your tornado-related questions, tell us more about extreme weather situations, and let us know what the movie got right -- and what it got so, so wrong.

NOW PLAYING:
TWISTER
A huge tornado slices through a distant house as a couple runs in panic.
Dumb Movies
with Smart People
Film Series: 

Have you ever been watching a disaster movie and thought, 
'Wait, could that REALLY happen?'

Have you ever watched an actor playing a scientist and wondered,
'Is everything they are saying completely made up, or is that really a thing?'

If so, this is the film series for you! All films are on Saturdays at 1:00 p.m.

COMING EVENTS:

January 12    The Core Speaker:  Lori Dengler, Seismologist

February 9     Outbreak Speaker:  Ron Largusa, Epidemiologist

March 9 Dante’s Peak   Speaker:  Brandon Browne, Volcanologist

April 13 San Andreas   Speakers:  Redwood Tsunami Work Group

May 11 Anaconda        Speaker:  Sharyn Marks, Herpetologist

June 8 The Meg Speaker:  Brian Tissot, Marine Biologist



note:  the image above is copyright Warner Brothers / Universal Pictures and is used here legally in accordance with a contract allowing the library to hold a public showing of the film.